I’m not saying the fact that these two played for collegiate teams, that are cross-division rivals, made any difference in how this scenario played out, nor am I outright implying that the “late hit” by St. Louis Rams linebacker Alec…
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The St. Louis Rams pulled off a blocked field goal in incredible fashion on Sunday. St. Louis was already down 37-27 with two minutes left and very little chance of a comeback, but that didn’t stop Darren Bates from going all-out. Bates perfectly timed the snap, hurdled the hunter, and then he hopped in front...Read More
E.J. Gaines was knocked out and later carted off the field after being drilled by teammate T.J. McDonald on a hit during Sunday’s Giants-Rams game. Gaines dove to break up a second down pass from the Giants intended for Odell Beckham Jr. At the same time, McDonald launched himself to try making a hit on...Read More
Watch: Odell Beckham Pushed Out of Bounds Starts Huge Brawl A push out of bounds to New York Giants’ rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. started this major brawl between Beckham, other Giants’ teammate and a bunch of St. Louis Rams defenders. Shortly after all the chaos finally ended, Beckham …
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Odell Beckham Jr. was working to get out of bounds when Alec Ogletree absolutely crushed him when he was out of bounds. OBJ took major exception to the hit and tempers flared and a bit of a melee ensued. [Fansided]
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Three players were ejected from Sunday’s Giants-Rams game after a late hit on Odell Beckham Jr. led to a fight between the teams. The Rams’ William Hayes and Preston Parker and Damontre Moore of the Giants got thrown out for their roles in the fight. This was the second time in the game the Rams...Read More
St. Louis Rams defensive back Cody Davis apparently got too close to New York Giants kicker Josh Brown, who was trying to recover the football in the first half of Sunday’s Week 16 battle.
As you can see in the video below, Brown actually “mule kicked” Davis in the face.
It’s worth noting that the 35-year-old kicker actually spent four seasons in St. Louis (2008-11).
ST. LOUIS (AP) St. Louis Rams rookie cornerback E.J. Gaines was sidelined late in the first quarter by a left shoulder injury. The team said Gaines' return was questionable.
Gaines was hurt making the tackle on a 6-yard gain by Giants rookie Andre Williams. After meeting with medical personnel on the sideline, he left for testing.
The sixth-round pick is the only rookie cornerback...
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The St. Louis Rams in 2014 have had their challenges. The Rams had some bad luck with some injuries, play calling, and getting players ready to compete on a week to week basis. The Rams play calling on both sides of the ball has left a lot to be desired. This year should have been the St. Louis Rams year to make it to the playoffs but bad luck always seemed to...
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- Mailbag: What do the St. Louis Rams have to do to beat the Giants? (READ)
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ST. LOUIS -- The most improved unit on the Rams' defense might not be the first one that comes to mind.
Sure, a resurgent defensive line that contributed heavily to 29 sacks in the last seven games after just one in the first five provided the most obvious impact. But it's clear those talented pass rushers are considerably more effective when a young secondary can offer strong support...
The St. Louis Rams players at the forefront of their ‘hands up’ movement are taking platform a step further according to reports.
Cook and wide receivers Kenny Britt, Tavon Austin, Stedman Bailey and Chris Givens contributed $10,000 to an Urban League of St. Louis Christmas Party on Friday for residents of Ferguson and north St. Louis County.
Their donations helped purchase...
A couple weeks back, William Hayes and Eugene Sims both missed a stretch of practice due to deaths in the family. Neither defensive lineman missed any game time, which is pretty amazing considering what the two were going through.
Yesterday, ESPN’s Nick Wagoner shed some light on Sims’ and Hayes’ loss.
Within just a few days of each other, Hayes lost his grandmother, Bessie...
The Rams still have two games left to play, but since the only real meaning left in them is ending on a positive note heading into 2015, it’s time to begin the annual shift into the offseason. The Rams have a tricky one ahead of them, as they’ve still got a unique quarterback situation on their hands as well as the task of keeping around a few potential veteran free agents-to...
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams are following through on plans to aid residents in nearby Ferguson.
The five players who did the "Hands Up, Don't Shoot" gesture before a recent home game are scheduled to appear at an Urban League of St. Louis Christmas Party on Friday for residents of Ferguson and north St. Louis County.
Tight end Jared Cook and wide receivers Kenny Britt, Tavon...
ST. LOUIS -- Defensive back E.J. Gaines slipped into St. Louis Rams training camp as an afterthought. Turns out, the sixth-round pick has been a steal.
Gaines has started every game for a defense that hasn't allowed a touchdown the last three games. He is the only rookie cornerback in the NFL to start every game.
"A pleasant surprise? No, I wouldn't say that," coach Jeff Fisher said...
With the Rams mathematically eliminated from playoff contention for the season, they have to be disappointed with their season but also excited for the future. This is a team with a plethora of young talent with players who flirted with stardom during the 2014 year. There are definitely things to improve on for next year and the front office will have to make some critical decisions...
Jared Cook spoke eloquently about why he and four St. Louis Rams teammates did the ''Hands Up'' gesture, but comments about his coach get him in trouble last week.
It's ''not just a Ferguson thing,'' the Rams tight end said earlier this month. ''It's a worldwide thing. You don't need to burn down your community, you don't need to harm others to get your message across.''
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ST. LOUIS -- Jared Cook spoke eloquently about why he and four St. Louis Rams teammates did the "Hands Up" gesture, but comments about his coach get him in trouble last week.
It's "not just a Ferguson thing," the Rams tight end said earlier this month. "It's a worldwide thing. You don't need to burn down your community, you don't need to harm others to get your message across."
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago
We have read the reports. We have heard politicians talk about the likelihood. Heck, we have even started to hear key owners step up in support of the idea.
And considering that multiple owners meetings took place in November, some with the likely focus on relocation, the idea of a NFL team moving to Los Angeles has been put on the front burner, at least privately.
Now comes this...
The Arizona Cardinals are running out of quarterbacks while somehow having the best record in the NFL. They need a QB, and we have some options. Shane Falco maybe?
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The St. Louis Rams organization donated an unspecified amount of money to The Backstoppers, an organization which helps families of police officers, paramedics and firefighters who have been killed in the line of duty.
The gesture in and of itself is awesome. No one in their right mind would criticize the donation in a vacuum.
However, this gesture, as great as it might be,...
The St. Louis Rams enter Thursday night’s matchup against the Arizona Cardinals with two consecutive wins by a combined 76-0 score. They do so with Shaun Hill playing solid football under center.
But no one in their right mind views Hill as the long-term solution at quarterback. This has led some to openly wonder what the Rams have planned at this all-important position moving...
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher mixed things up a bit before Sunday’s game against the Washington Redskins.
He elected to send out a different group of captains during the coin toss. No harm, right?
Except the captains he chose were the six active players the team acquired using draft picks from the 2012 trade between the two teams. The Redskins traded the house for the...
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Five St. Louis Rams players did a “Hands up, don’t shoot” gesture before Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders. And the show of solidarity has caused quite a stir in the sports community.
ESPN analyst Mike Ditka was the latest person to weigh in. He empathized with Ferguson police officers and the city’s inhabitants over the events that have taken place there. On the...