Rams Still Without Quinn, Austin on Hypothetical Injury Report | ESPN
The St. Louis Rams had no changes on their Thursday injury report. As always, because the Rams don’t practice on Thursdays, the injury report for the day is an approximation of how much players would have participated had there been a practice.
Rams Thurs injury report: RB Mason (ankle), WR Austin (hamstring), DE Quinn (knee), DE Long (knee), TE Kendricks (hand) did not practice.— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) October 22, 2015
CB Jenkins (concussion) listed as limited.— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) October 22, 2015
Five Month Recovery For Saffold After Surgery | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Rams offensive lineman Rodger Saffold underwent surgery Wednesday in New York City to repair a torn labrum in his right shoulder.
Team Reunites Rookie Offensive Lineman | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Rams rookie guard Jamon Brown, a third-round draft pick from Louisville, spent most of training camp on the right side and then started the first five games of the regular season at left guard.
Rams’ Secondary Comes Together Behind Jenkins | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
On Green Bay’s first pass play of the day, quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw deep down the left sideline toward wide receiver Ty Montgomery. Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins was in tight coverage and the pass fell incomplete.
One-on-One With Head Coach Jeff Fisher [VIDEO] | St. Louis Rams’ Official Site
Reporter Dani Klupenger sits down with head coach Jeff Fisher to discuss this week's upcoming matchup against the Cleveland Browns.
Gurley’s Fast Start Gives Rams Chance to Contend | NFL.com
To hear St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley tell it, there was never any fear in that first carry. He took a simple handoff from quarterback Nick Foles in the second quarter of a home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, gained 2 yards and never looked back. Nobody could see instant stardom in that moment. It was merely an ordinary start to what now appears to be a very exciting time for the Rams.
NFC West Opening Up For Rams? [VIDEO] | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Post-Dispatch football writer Jim Thomas previews the game and discusses the Rams’ chances in the NFC West race.
Good For Gurley - Browns Defense Ranks Last Against Run | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
On Sunday at the Edward Jones Dome, Rams running back Todd Gurley can become only the second rookie in NFL history to rush for 140 or more yards in three consecutive games.
Gurley Not Taking Favorable Matchup For Granted | ESPN
Despite what the numbers say about the Cleveland Browns’ inability to stop the run so far this season, the St. Louis Rams and dynamic rookie running back Todd Gurley are taking nothing for granted as they head toward Sunday’s matchup.
With Saffold Out, Rams Reshuffle Offensive Line...Again | ESPN
When St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher announced last week that right guard Rodger Saffold would miss the rest of the season because of a pending shoulder surgery, it was clear the offensive line would have to make a change.
Rams Conscious of How Davis Can Help Cleveland | ESPN
Given the ever-changing nature of NFL rosters, it’s a simple fact of life that every week is going to feature games in which players square off against their former team. And this week it’s Austin Davis who can help the Browns.
With Bye Week Behind Them, Rams Focused on Browns | CBS St. Louis
For the St. Louis Rams, there’s little doubt that a Week 6 bye week couldn’t have come at a better time.
Former Rams’ WR Brandon Lloyd Retires | ESPN
Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd on Thursday announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons.
Former Rams WR Brandon Lloyd announced retirement via press release. Thanked Steve Spagnuolo, Chris Long, Steven Jackson, others by name.— Nick Wagoner (@nwagoner) October 22, 2015