Some of the credit for the Rams landing head coach Jeff Fisher might inevitably go to QB Sam Bradford.
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Fred Jackson was one of the top backs in fantasy football last season. But with the emergence of C.J. Spiller, it looks like a backfield-by-committee looms in Buffalo.
One day after he was fired as Rams coach, Steve Spagnuolo released a statement thanking the organization. Spagnuolo was dismissed after posting a 10-38 record in three seasons.
After nearly winning the NFC West in 2010, the Rams were a favorite among experts to break out in 2011. But when the schedule was released back in May, who really thought St. Louis could get off to a good start?
Steve Spagnuolo might have lost his job with the Rams on Monday, but he won’t be out of work long. Spagnuolo is believed to be at the top of the list for many teams looking for a defensive coordinator.
NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora reports that the Rams’ internal list of GM candidates includes several younger up-and-comer type. This could be an indication St. Louis will look to hire an established veteran coach with a pedigree to serve as the biggest voice in the room.
Fox Sports insider and NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer reported earlier Monday that the Rams fired coach Steve Spagnuolo. NFL.com analyst Michael Lombardi reported that general manager Billy Devaney also is out in St. Louis.
The names of Titans coach Jeff Fisher and former Steelers coach Bill Cowher are the first to come up on the hot list of candidates to replace coaches on the hot seat.
Posted: Saturday, December 24th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Michael Lombardi, Christian Ponder, Front Office View, Indianapolis Colts, Michael Lombardi, Minnesota Vikings, Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams
As strange as it seemed about a month ago, a team other than the Colts has a very real chance of ending up with the No. 1 pick in 2012′s draft. Just what do the Rams or Vikings do in regard to their quarterback situations if they stumble into the top pick? Michael Lombardi has an answer.
Andre Johnson, Sam Bradford and Fred Davis were either limited or missing from practice Wednesday, but all hold out hope of playing Sunday. Fantasy owners, however, might want to consider contingency plans.
When St. Louis beat New Orleans this weekend, we were surprised as all of you must have been – besides you hardcore Ram fans; we know you never wavered seeing those glorious throw-backs gracing the turf.
NFL fans embraced the Halloween spirit on Sunday by dressing up in crazy costumes to help cheer for their favorite teams.
Adrian Peterson could become a bigger part of Minnesota’s passing game while it looks like Sam Bradford and Peyton Hillis will be out another week.
Posted: Monday, October 24th, 2011 | NFL Playbook Staff Tags: Aaron Curry, Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions, Jason Brown, Jay Ratliff, Joe Berger, Matt Cassel, Minnesota Vikings, New York Jets, Oakland Raiders, Phillip Rivers, Playbook, San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams, Tennessee Titans
With six minutes to go in the fourth quarter, his Chargers down by three, Phillip Rivers released what must have looked to him like an easy completion to his go-to-receiver on a pivotal 3rd-and-6.
Sam Bradford is uncertain for Sunday’s game against Dallas and his uncertainty will have a ripple fantasy effect on the rest of the Rams offense.