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Friday Practice Notes: Sirens push practice indoors

Today's practice, which started outside once again, went extremely well, until sirens started blaring tornado warnings which pushed the Rams back inside as heavy wind and rain swept through the area.

"We were hoping to get it in before anything came. But that was the education I got, as soon as you hear the horns, don't take any chances," Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo said. "My nature would have been, 'oh well we can wait a little while. I don't see anything out there.' But they say they can come up quick.

"Then I figured, once they heard the horns, that's all they'd be thinking about were horns, so we immediately came in here."

The Rams are hoping a similar storm hits Seattle on Sunday night... figuratively. A storm of offensive points for themselves.

Josh Brown, no stranger to Qwest field is exited about heading back to his old stomping ground once again. "I love the atmosphere out there," Brown exalted. "It's one of those things where you got to go and be focused and the task at hand has to be on the forefront of your mind because it's going to be loud, loud, loud. It's a bit of a rowdy crowd."

Josh Brown isn't the only Rams player who is fired up. Animal Jr. hinted that the entire team is more than ready for the match up on Sunday Night as well.

"Guys are loose; they are confident in our game and excited to go out there and play," James Laurinaitis said. "We could have played this thing on Wednesday. It's going to be exciting to go out there and see what we can do."

Sounds like the Rams are ready for Prime Time.