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EX-NFL player delivers his own child on a farm

Tweet Former St. Louis Rams center Jason Brown made news recently for his decision to quit football, bought a farm, and now grows crops to feed the hungry. On Wednesday, Brown got people’s attention once more, this time for delivering his newborn son. Brown’s wife, Tay, went into labor before assistance could arrive. So, Brown and his wife had no choice but to deliver on their...
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Ex-NFL player delivers own baby on North Carolina farm

  This embed is invalid   " /> Jason Brown’s life has taken an interesting twist.   Brown walked away from football in 2012 following a successful nine-year career to become a farmer and grow crops to feed the hungry. The former NFL center delivered his own baby Tuesday at his North Carolina home, according to The News Observer. Brown and...
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Former NFL center Jason Brown delivers own baby on farm

AP Image You have to give props to Jason Brown.  First he decided to quit football  and buy a farm to help feed the hungry.  If that’s not remarkable enough, Brown delivered his baby son while on the farm. Apparently, his wife went into labor before medical assistance could arrive.  With no medical assistance,Brown and his wife Tay were forced to do it themselves. “It was...
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Patient Hill set to make second straight start

ST. LOUIS -- Cobwebs surrounded Shaun Hill before he finally got a chance to show his stuff in the NFL. The St. Louis Rams quarterback knows all about patience. The 34-year-old Hill earned his first victory since 2010 last week with a turnover-free outing against the Broncos, and is set to make his second straight start Sunday at San Diego. The last time he did that was four years...
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Retired St. Louis Rams C Jason Brown learned how to farm from YouTube, donated 46,000 pounds of sweet potatoes to charity

Retired St. Louis Rams C Jason Brown learned how to farm from YouTube, donated 46,000 pounds of sweet potatoes to charity. Steve Hartman met Brown, who quit the NFL to tackle a new field, literally. First Fruits Farm. Awesome.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return to the Top Sports Blog
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St Louis Rams sitting at 4-6

With 6 games left in the NFL season, the St Louis Rams currently have a record of 4-6 and are still at the cellar of the NFC west. They are coming off their biggest win of the season and maybe their biggest in the last couple years when they defeated the Denver Broncos 22-7 at home last Sunday. They are now 3-2 in their last 5 and will look to ride the winning momentum they gained...
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Jared Cook is quietly having a strong season

Ask 100 Rams fans their opinion on tight end Jared Cook, and you might get 100 different answers. Some might say he’s overpaid, some have called him a letdown, some may be indifferent. However, overshadowed by quarterback changes, a late-emerging defensive line, and an impressive rookie class, Cook has had a very quietly productive 2014 campaign. The numbers don’t lie. On an...
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St. Louis Rams QB Shaun Hill’s newest, eye opening quarterback ranking

Every week, from now through the Wednesday before the Super Bowl, the editors at cover32 will gather to rank the NFL’s 32 starting quarterbacks. Depending on what’s happened the previous week, some will rise and some will fall, and even some of the names on the list will change. It’s a never-ending evolution, as the status of the league’s top signal callers is always in flux...
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Warner, Seau among NFL HOF semifinalists

Canton, OH ( - Quarterback Kurt Warner and his "Greatest Show on Turf" teammates Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt were among...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Nic Demski, WR, University of Manitoba (Canada)

Every year, NFL Draft Diamonds brings our readers the best in depth interviews on the internet. We specialize in giving players an opportunity to showcase their talents on our website. We conducted interviews last year with over 300 plus players. We want you to enjoy our interviews, because when these young men are in the […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Nic Demski...
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Emmanuel Sanders Wants You To Know He’s Not Dead

Over the weekend, Emmanuel Sanders was absolutely destroyed by a big-time hit from St. Louis Rams safety Rodney McLeod Jr. and was knocked out of the game with a concussion. The huge hit on Sanders was one of the more violent collisions we’ve seen this season, and it led someone to declare Sanders as dead Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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This angry ram should be the new St. Louis Rams mascot

Let’s admit it, we’re all a little lukewarm on Rampage, the official Rams mascot, right? Now we have a perfect replacement for him. I present to you, Angry Ram. Look at that form! Actually, maybe the Rams should sign that four-legged bowling ball of a creature to play defense rather than be the team’s mascot. Either way, Les Snead should start making calls to Angry Ram’s...
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Seau, Warner, Dungy HOF semifinalists

Junior Seau, Kurt Warner and Tony Dungy are among 26 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2015. Seau, who committed suicide in 2012, and Warner are among eight first-year candidates in the balloting. Dungy is in his second year on the ballot. Former general managers Bill Polian and Ron Wolf previously were selected as contributor finalists. Mick Tingelhoff...
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The Chargers sweep their northern rivals and focus on the up-start St. Louis Rams

Today’s Lightning Round Podcast features @GarrettSisti and @HoyleSports recapping the 13-6 victory over Oakland, and previewing the game against the St. Louis Rams. All of a sudden, the Rams are hot (having beaten the Broncos, Seahawks and 49ers). A win would speak volumes as the Bolts are now only one game back in the AFC West. The guys are also joined by fan-favorite, NBC 7′s...
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Recap: St. Louis Rams defense stuns lifeless Denver Broncos in major upset

The St. Louis Rams are not considered to be an elite NFL football team, but they sure are good at taking down the elite. With wins over the 49ers and the Seahawks already this season, the Rams completely outplayed the defending AFC champions yesterday, defeating the Denver Broncos 22-7. It was the first time in 30 regular season games the Broncos didn’t score 20 points. The Broncos...
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Smart decision-making, solid defense give Rams well-deserved win

ST. LOUIS -- What happened Sunday afternoon at the Edward Jones Dome might have come as a huge shock to those who merely looked at the records or the big names playing for St. Louis and Denver. The Rams beat the Broncos 22-7, confounding an offense that hadn't scored fewer than 20 points while winning seven of its first nine games. Peyton Manning made plenty of uncharacteristic mistakes...
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Emmanuel Sanders gets concussed by Rodney McLeod

This is not easy to watch – Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders got obliterated by Rams safety Rodney McLeod in the third quarter of Denver’s 22-7 loss in St. Louis. What a hit on Emmaunel Sanders McLeod was given an unnecessary roughness penalty, and I wouldn’t be shocked if he got a fine to go along with it. Sanders left the game, wouldn’t return, and was later diagnosed...
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WATCH: St. Louis Rams DL Robert Quinn Puts an End to Late Denver Drive With 4th Down Sack

Last year the St. Louis Rams were one of the best sack teams in the nation, but got off to a disappointing and incredibly slow start this season. However in the last three the team has been doing what it can to make up for lost time.On fourth and four and desperate to make a first down Peyton Manning dropped back, but didn't make it very far before he was surrounded by Rams defenders...
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Shaun Hill Catches Own Pass On Crazy Deflection In Win Over Broncos (Video)

Everything went right for the St. Louis Rams on Sunday. The Rams were the clear underdogs as they welcomed the Denver Broncos to town with quarterback Shaun Hill making his first NFL start since 2010. Yet Hill and the Rams found themselves up 10 points late in the second quarter and facing a third-and-3 in Denver territory. The 34-year-old threw a pass, and the ball landed back in...
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Emmanuel Sanders’ Wikipedia lists him as dead after big hit

Sometimes those Wikipedia editors have no chill. Emmanuel Sanders was drilled by Rodney McLeod while diving for a pass attempt in Sunday’s Rams-Broncos game. Sanders was down after the big hit and left the game with a possible concussion, which was later confirmed. Before understanding the severity of the hit and injury suffered by Sanders,...Read More
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Emmanuel Sanders destroyed on hit (Video)

Emmanuel Sanders was absolutely destroyed on a monstrous hit in the Broncos’ game against the Rams on Sunday and left the game. Sanders was streaking up the sidelines looking for a pass from Peyton Manning that was overthrown, leading him to dive for it. He was knocked out cold by Rodney McLeod on the sidelines...Read More
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Shaun Hill Is Still In The NFL And Tossing 63 Yard TD Bombs

The St. Louis Rams made the questionable decision to bench young and promising quarterback Austin Davis for immortal backup Shaun Hill but the move paid off early against the Denver Broncos. Already up 3-0 and nearing the end of the first quarter, Shaun Hill decided to unleash his inner dragon and the former Vikings, 49ers, Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Rams' McDonald playing as well as any safety in the league

ST. LOUIS -- Through all of the changes in the Rams' young secondary, one constant has been there to maintain stability. Strong safety T.J. McDonald may be only a year removed from his rookie season, but he's become something like the veteran leader of a group coach Jeff Fisher says continues to evolve through injuries, trades and shifting roles. As one of just two defensive backs...
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Rams Injury Update: Chris Long, Lamarcus Joyner

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher said there is a chance injured defensive end Chris Long may be able to return to practice this week, reports Nick Wagoner of Fisher added that cornerback Lamarcus Joyner's status for Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos is uncertain, via Turf Show Times: #452987477 / gettyimages.comLong injured his left ankle in the season...
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