There's not much to talk about of immediate importance this morning, the St. Louis Rams didn't have practice yesterday. I'm anxious for an update on Adam Carriker's ankle, but other than that...
Here's an interesting report on 6th round pick QB Keith Null's performance in Friday's scrimmage:
Friday night, in the first organized scrimmage, Null made a big statement. He was much more effective than Berlin, directing a pair of sustained drives, including a 40-yard pass to fellow rookie Brooks Foster, and did not commit a turnover. In goal-line drills, he connected with rookie tight end Jerome Johnson on a touchdown pass, throwing a perfect ball into tight coverage and hitting Johnson in stride. Berlin, on the other hand, had a couple of poorly thrown balls that were intercepted. First-year Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said Null caught his eye.
I"m still on the record as thinking Null will beat out Berlin for the coveted 3rd QB spot.
Ok, now for some Sunday morning coming down captioning. Anyone notice how similar head coach Steve Spagnuolo and defensive coordinator Ken Flajole resemble each other? Uncanny.