Posts Tagged ‘Jim Haslett’

Rams look good in practice, but not on Sundays

If football teams were ranked by what they did Wednesday through Saturday, the Rams might be No. 1. But activities on Sunday matter too, and the Rams have managed just two wins this season.

Rams hold Jackson out of practice

The St. Louis Rams held RB Steven Jackson out of practice on Thursday to rest his ailing thigh injury, leaving coach Jim Haslett pessimistic that his star running back would be healthy enough to face the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

Rams facing injuries, questions in backfield

Rams coach Jim Haslett is preparing to go with contingency plans in an injury-riddled backfield where the top three players on the depth chart — Steven Jackson (thigh), Antonio Pittman (hamstring) and Travis Minor (concussion) — all missed practice on Wednesday.

Rams’ Jackson progresses from thigh injury

Rams RB Steven Jackson continued to get work in during the team’s second day of practice on Thursday, prompting coach Jim Haslett to say Jackson felt “a lot better” as he battles a thigh injury.

Rams, Haslett work on new contract

Rams president John Shaw and St. Louis’ Jim Haslett are reworking the head coach’s contract so it can be compliant with the Rooney Rule.

League voids Rams’ contract with Haslett

The NFL has notified the St. Louis Rams that the contract which would make Jim Haslett the team’s full-time coach at the end of the season if he reached six wins has been voided.

What if the Panthers never got Jake?

What would the Carolina Panthers organization be if they never aquired QB Jake Delhomme?

David Scott of the Charlotte Observer takes a look at that question and explains how a decision by Jim Haslett seven years ago changed the face of the Panthers.

Winning will really pay off for Haslett

New Rams coach Jim Haslett knows that if his team wins this season, he will keep his job for next season.

Haslett making changes in St. Louis

If nothing else, Rams coach Jim Haslett has tried to overhaul the previously existing culture in St. Louis. Over the past two weeks, Haslett has individually met with approximately 400 Rams employees, everyone from each of the players, to each of the assistant coaches, to the marketing department, the ticketing department and anyone working for the organization.

Rams have some work to do

So the Rams got on the board first, coming up with one more firing than victory. They fired Scott Linehan very early this morning — maybe even late Sunday night — and appointed Jim Haslett as the interim head coach.

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