Spent the day in a cave? Well, you might have missed the news that the St. Louis Rams hired Josh McDaniels as their offensive coordinator. And if that wasn't enough for you, 2011 NFL Draft prospects were on display, practicing for the East-West Shrine Game this Sunday.
Rams hire McDaniels to run offense
The PD has the breakdown on how it all went down. Here's Spagnuolo's take on McDaniels: "I've always recognized that he is one of the top offensive minds in the NFL. We think he is a great addition to our organization."
Rams take an exciting leap with McDaniels hire
Bernie Miklasz of the PD says the hire reflects well on Rams owner Stan Kroenke and head coach Steve Spagnuolo, a sign that they want the team to have an offense every bit as dangerous as the defense.
Quick thoughts as Rams land McDaniels
ESPN's Mike Sando takes a look at the Rams newest hire. It definitely makes this offense Sam Bradford's.
East-West Shrine notes: DT Marvin Austin looks the part
Once considered a top prospect by most, DT Marvin Austin is looking to redeem his stock price a little bit after missing the last season because of a suspension. He had a solid outing in practice for the Shrine game yesterday. Also notes on a couple of receivers and offensive linemen.
More East-West Shrine practice notes
Not great day for the cornerbacks, or at least these cornerbacks.
2011 NFL Draft: This year's Mike Williams?
This was easy to miss yesterday with all the McDaniels hoopla, but we took a look at Indiana WR Tandon Doss, who one scout called this year's Mike Williams.