St. Louis Gets Unfair Rap for NFL Support | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Please pardon me as I climb atop the soapbox again, but I needed to vent on something. One of the things that continues to bother me is the perception of St. Louis failing to support the Rams. - Bernie Miklasz
Browns Pass on Rams Affiliated Coordinator Candidates | ESPN
Another offensive coordinator job went off the board Wednesday morning when the Cleveland Browns decided to go with former Raiders quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo to fill their vacancy.
Plays that Shaped the Rams’ Season: No. 8 | ESPN
By the time the Arizona Cardinals and St. Louis Rams met in Week 10, the Rams had already established themselves as a team capable of jumping out to a big first-half lead but failing to finish games when the opportunity arose.
Sporting News’ 2014 NFL All-Pro Team | Sporting News
Sporting News once again polled players — along with coaches and executives — around the league to see which of their peers were worthiest of being named the best at their position for the 2014 season.
Manage the Cap Free Agency Simulator | FanSpeak & Over the Cap
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On the Offensive Coordinator Front
The Bears?src=hash">#Bears are hiring Adam Gase as their offensive coordinator, source said. It’s a 3-year deal.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 22, 2015
Why the Rams are Still Searching for a Coordinator | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher apparently is having a difficult time in his search for a new offensive coordinator to succeed the Georgia-bound Brian Schottenheimer.
Have the Rams Missed Their Chance To Hire a Top Off. Coordinator? | Ramblin’ Fan
Once again, when it comes to hiring a new coach or signing a player, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher is playing the waiting game. It has almost been two weeks since Brian Schottenheimer left for Georgia, and the Rams have yet to hire an offensive coordinator.
Top 20 NFL Draft Picks to Watch at the Senior Bowl | Sporting News
In what appears to be one of the better classes in recent Senior Bowl memory, the 2015 event could feature as many as seven first-rounders.
A Taste of the Senior Bowl | National Football Post
Most agents and football people will tell you they have a love-hate relationship with the annual pilgrimage to Mobile. Although the focus is supposed to be on the players, there’s a lot more going on around town than meets the eye.
Senior Bowl Scouting, Wednesday South Practice Notes | Optimum Scouting
Philip Dorsett, Sammie Coates, Clive Walford, Shaq Mason, Trey Flowers and Markus Golden all emerged as winners after the second day of practice for the South Roster.
Senior Bowl Scouting, Wednesday North Practice Notes | Optimum Scouting
The day two winners for the North practice were Vince Mayle, Danny Shelton, Carl Davis, Hayes Pullard, Jeff Luc and Quinton Rollins. Alex Brown scouted the trenches and running backs, while Ian Wharton looked at the skill position players and quarterbacks.
Eagles Want to Move Up For Mariota | CBS Sports
The Eagles will try to move up from their draft slot at No. 20 to snag quarterback Marcus Mariota and reunite him with coach Chip Kelly, who coached Mariota for his first two years at Oregon, reports The Star-Ledger.
2015 NFL Mock Draft | Fox Sports
Fox Sports’ NFL analyst Peter Schrager presents his very first 2015 NFL mock draft. Nothing groundbreaking.
2015 NFL Mock Draft | Walter Football
A four round 2015 NFL mock draft...which means three rounds for the St. Louis Rams, who traded away a 4th and 6th round pick for safety Mark Barron in 2014.