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Rams News Recap: July 13

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    Rams RB Tre Mason And His New Range Rover
    Sign the big deal, get the big car. Former Auburn running back Tre Mason, who signed a four-year, $3 million dollar deal with the St. Louis Rams last month, is the proud new owner of a Range Rover Autobiography.

    NFL Comeback Player of 2014: Sam Bradford vs Robert Griffin III
    Given the tone of many reports in the media over the last few months, it seems Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is a virtual lock to win 2014’s comeback player of the year award even before the first snap of the season.

    Rams Offseason Position Preview: Quarterbacks
    Despite his numbers throughout the first five weeks of the 2013 season, Sam Bradford wasn’t having the best season. The team was 1-3 with him starting under center and 2-0 the next two weeks, thanks to special teams and the defense taking advantage of a weak Jacksonville offense.

    Time To Produce: WR Brian Quick –Wagoner
    As the St. Louis Rams prepare to enter their third training camp under coach Jeff Fisher, much will hinge on the ability of the team’s many young players to turn potential into production.

    Rams Roster Preview: Cody Davis –TST
    We’ve been previewing St. Louis Rams’ players and now it’s time to look at an undrafted free agent from 2013, Cody Davis. Davis didn’t contribute much at safety last season, but might play a larger role this year.

    Rams Roster Preview: CB Greg Reid –TST
    The former FSU star hasn’t seen game action since 2011… Can he make a difference in the secondary?

    Preseason Power Rankings No. 20: St. Louis Rams –PFT
    The St. Louis Rams were a trendy pick to possibly make a push for the playoffs last season. A 1-3 start to the season put the Rams in a hole and losing Sam Bradford for the year after seven games was the final nail in the coffin to their playoff aspirations.