The NFL remains on hold, waiting for the court to hand down a decision on stay of a previous court order to lift the lockout. Fans are back in limbo, as are teams and players. Meanwhile, the owners have had to caution each other about the dangers of swimming in giant vats of gold coins, Scrooge McDuck style. On to the St. Louis Rams...
Rams interested in CB Dockery
Wait, wait, wait...not Kevin Dockery, the former Giant who started in place of Bradley Fletcher for one game against the 49ers only to get burned for umpteen trillion yards. This is James Dockery, a cornerback from Oregon State and an undrafted rookie free agent. The Rams have called him to express their interest as soon as the lockout ends.
The St. Louis Rams Draft Recap Interview
The gang over at NFL Mocks talked with 3k who summed up Billy Devaney's fourth, and strangest, draft with the Rams.
Rams holding high school football camp
Is the lockout making teams look for talent via other sources? No, the Rams are hosting their annual football camp for area high schoolers. Nice to see that the lockout hasn't totally killed off team outreach. I doubt there are any player guests though.
Grading.... but in a different way
Another assessment of the St. Louis Rams draft class from RG31.
Super Bowl odds reboot
The Rams aren't heavily favored to win the Super Bowl next year. Surprise. Oddsmakers do give them a much better shot than division rivals in Arizona and Seattle, equal odds with San Francisco. The Packers, Saints and Patriots have the best odds.
2011 Draft: NFC West
Tyson Langland of Pro Football Focus looks at the situation each NFC West draftee is entering into. A couple notes: S Jonathan Nelson reminds him a little of Atogwe "based on his size and skill set." Austin Pettis is the red zone threat the Rams need.