The highest profile player still without a team is Brian Westbrook, although that’s expected to change soon.
Posts Tagged ‘Steve Spagnuolo’
Slowly, Rams coach Steve Spagnulo is unveiling his plan for first overall draft choice Sam Bradford.
Judging by the reports out of Rams camp, it might be difficult to keep first overall draft choice Sam Bradford out of the starting role for long.
Rodger Saffold continues to get work with the Rams first-team offense at left tackle while Jason Smith works his way back from a fractured toe.
The Rams and Redskins continue to be the teams linked to free agent Brian Westbrook. Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said the team is still looking into the possibility, and remains hopeful.
Some very good news out of St. Louis for Rams fans on Tuesday, as coach Steve Spagnuolo told reporters that RB Steven Jackson will be ready when training camp opens later this week.
NFL Network analysts agree that there’s no rush for the Rams to push first overall pick Sam Bradford into the starting role.
In time, Sam Bradford will become the starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams. How fast that happens depends on his development. So far, there are no signs that the organization is rushing the first overall pick in the 2010 draft.
Now that safety Oshiomogho Atogwe is officially an unrestricted free agent, we can begin to add and subtract to the list of interested teams.
Free-agent RB Brian Westbrook is being courted by a handful of teams and is expected to make a decision this week. But is there any way he can ignore the opportunity in St. Louis?
A.J. Feeley, currently the starting quarterback for the Rams, has a very favorable first impression of top overall draft pick Sam Bradford.
The St. Louis Rams will be the first on the clock at the 2010 NFL Draft for the second straight day Friday, and GM Billy Devaney said that all options are open.
The Rams took the limbo out of Marc Bulger’s future in St. Louis, releasing the veteran quarterback on Monday.
If a race does exist to land Eagles QB Donovan McNabb in a trade, it appears on the surface to be a two-team heat between the Bills and Raiders.
While Ndamukong Suh may have decided to stand on all of his drill numbers from the NFL Scouting Combine, the prospect of seeing him participate in positional drills was enough to attract Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo, Rams general manager Billy Devaney and Lions general manager Martin Mayhew to see him at Nebraska’s pro day. The Rams and Lions have the top two picks in the 2010 NFL Draft, and most draft analysts expect one of those two teams to choose Suh. NFL.com’s Pat Kirwan has him going to the Lions, while Bucky Brooks has him landing in St. Louis. As expected, Suh looked very good in the position drills and weighed in three pounds lighter (304) than he did at […]