The pads went on, and the competition is raging. Every player had their moments, some high and a few lows. Yet that's what training camp is supposed to be about, right?
The Twitter-verse is the hottest way to stay up with Rams goings-on, and today the team did nothing to still their fans' hopes for the coming season...
St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator looks happy, and why not? he may have the most talented player group in his NFL career to mold. Now, it's about dialing in the pieces-parts.
RamsHerd chimed in with what many may have at the back of their minds: O-Line worries.
TST's very own Tyler Bishop was out at Rams camp. Based on what he's seeing, runningback Benny Cunningham may be making a strong argument for a roster spot.
Ben Cunningjam delivers a hit if you try to tackle him. May replace Gannaway as the power bubble RB
Ben Cunningjam delivers a hit if you try to tackle him. May replace Gannaway as the power bubble RB— Tyler Bishop (@TylerBishop) July 29, 2013
Even when practice is over, Tavon Austin and Stedman Bailey work with Sam Bradford to improve. You have to love the desire of these rookies.
Jeff Fisher isn't putting too much stress on the players, and in light of the players falling to injuries around the NFL, that's a good thing...
The only player who seemed to have a bad day as a theme would be Terrence Ganaway. He struggled in pass protection drills, which will be a key resume item for any running back who makes the roster.
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