Random Ramsdom, 8/2: Get Faulk'ed

EARTH CITY, MO - JULY 31: A.J. Feeley #4 of the St. Louis Rams stretches during training camp at the Russell Training Center on July 31, 2011 in Earth City, Missouri. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

The St. Louis Rams sit in the thick of a wild free agency period and training camp. More free agent rumors popped up last night with word that free agent RB Jerious Norwood was in town for a visit. Remember, visits don't always translate to signings, even in this shortened free agency period. Just ask Jason Snelling, or Brady Poppinga, who was in St. Louis on Sunday. Players come in for physicals and tryouts, an essential precursor to contract talks, only a fool would assume rumors and/or visits equal deals. That said, I'd like to see Norwood pass muster for the Rams. Stay tuned. We'll be all over it today. 

Now, we turn to a heaping helping of hot steamy links. Mmmm mmm. Today should be a real treat for Marshall Faulk fans, with a dose of Hall of Fame memories. Check it out.

2011 NFL Free Agency - Watch every move
We've got the Rams free agent moves covered at TST, but to keep a handle on the rest of the league, be sure to head over here.

The helpful hands of Isaac Bruce
The young St. Louis Rams' receiving corps is getting some extra tutoring this week from the guy who holds all of the club's receiving records. Don't look for Bruce to venture down the path of a full-time coach just yet though.

Faulk once dissed by hometown news rag
A correction to 1990 All-Metro football team is warranted. Back in the halcyon days of 1990, with flattops poised to make their grand entrance on the scene, Marshall Faulk was playing high school football in his hometown of New Orleans.

Faulk understood trade from Colts, but didn’t like it
Hall of Fame running back, being inducted this weekend, Marshall Faulk recalls the news of his trade from the Colts to the Rams. He was "ticked off." Fortunately for the Rams, he was able to come to terms with the business side of it.

Spags’ Rams Camp Update: Aug. 1
More on training camp practice from yesterday at the Pigskin Arch.

Cornerback adds veteran presence to secondary
Not much has been written about the Rams acquisition of free agent CB Al Harris. The 36-year-old not only was attractive to the Rams as a veteran for the secondary; he didn't want to let an injury spell the end of his NFL career.

Randy Moss Retires; St. Louis Rams Rumors Not Over Yet
Just because Randy Moss retired doesn't mean you aren't going to hear more rumors of him going to the St. Louis Rams. More good stuff from SBNation St. Louis.

Manny Lawson lands in Cincy
Former 49ers linebacker Manny Lawson signed a one-year deal with the Bengals. It's not remarkable so in the sense that he signed with Cincy, but more remarkable for the fact that San Francisco has done nothing in free agency this year.

Rookie free agent profile: Tyler Donahue, T, Bowling Green
Rams Gab takes a look at UDFA OT Tyler Donahue. This is a bad year for UDFAs. The lockout has killed many of their hopes for making an NFL roster, and the Rams seemed to focus heavily on camp guy to get the roster to 90 men.

Rams' Bartell praised for his generosity during lockout
Ron Bartell not only took the lead in organizing the Rams player workouts over the summer, he paid for them. The veteran's classy move shows just what a leader he's become on this team, after almost getting away to New Orleans in 2009 as a free agent.

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