Boras: Gurley "Too Good" Not to Get The Ball More | NFL.com
Rob Boras took the reins of an anemic St. Louis Rams offense from the vanilla-scheming Frank Cignetti this week, but not much will change with four games left.
Lions at Rams Picks and Predictions | SB Nation
The Detroit Lions and St. Louis Rams are both 4-8 and suffering through disappointing seasons. With their playoff hopes almost extinguished, both teams are hoping to salvage some pride from this game.
St. Louis and Kroenke - NFL Preparing for Round 2 | 101 Sports
Bernie Miklasz figured something was up Tuesday night when he received a text message from a high-ranking NFL executive who asked if he’d like to have league executive VP Eric Grubman as a guest on his Wednesday morning radio show on 101 ESPN (Interview here).
St. Louis Plan Calls for City to Pay $150M for Stadium | ESPN
The St. Louis stadium task force's efforts to keep the Rams took another step toward having an "actionable" plan to send to the NFL by the Dec. 30 deadline.
St. Louis Stadium Proposal Gets Crucial Backing | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
A month of heated debate culminated on Thursday with an aldermanic committee backing a proposal where St. Louis would finance $150 million of a proposed $1 billion riverfront football stadium.
If Kroenke Loses LA and Stays in STL, What Are His Options? | 101 Sports
Rams owner Stan Kroenke hasn’t given up on his NFL California dream and remains obsessed with getting control of Los Angeles, the nation’s second-largest market. Despite the substantial and unrelenting damage that Kroenke has done to his own franchise in St. Louis, the Rams’ value continues to grow.
Fairley Has No Hard Feelings About Detroit Departure | ESPN
There are no hard feelings now. Nick Fairley understood it was merely about business.
Lions Austin Said He Had No Concerns About Donald In the Draft | Detroit Free Press
When the Detroit Lions passed on Aaron Donald with the 10th pick of the 2014 NFL draft, the perception was that the defensive tackle was too small to fit the mold of bigger bodies that the team liked.
The Rams Are Too Aggressive For Their Own Good | Pride of Detroit
After the 100th obituary for the Lions' playoff hopes, let's talk about how tight ends and running backs have been killing the St. Louis Rams lately.
Keenum Remembers Everything From Play That Lead to Concussion | ESPN
For the first time since he suffered the concussion that brought NFL brain injuries back to the forefront of the national conversation, St. Louis Rams quarterback Case Keenum spoke publicly Wednesday afternoon.
Keenum has "100% Trust" In Rams’ Training Staff, Coaches | Pro Football Talk
The Rams’ medical team and coaching staff have come under criticism for not removing quarterback Case Keenum from the game immediately after a hard hit that caused a concussion on November 22.
Injuries, Snap Counts Catching Up To Rams’ Defense | ESPN
Through the first nine weeks of the NFL season, it looked like the St. Louis Rams defense would finally deliver the type of statistical performance that would meet the vast potential of their heavy investments on that side of the ball.
Johnson Back, Jenkins Still in Concussion Protocol | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Three injured Rams _ cornerback Trumaine Johnson, tight end Lance Kendricks, and defensive end Williams Hayes _ all had status upgrades Thursday, boding well for their participation in Sunday's home game against the Detroit Lions.
Reggie Bush Works on Potential Case Against St. Louis Stadium | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
San Francisco 49ers running back Reggie Bush is still working out details of his potential case against the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority after he suffered a season-ending knee injury on concrete at the Rams' stadium last month. The authority operates the stadium.
Historical Photos vs. the Lions | St. Louis Rams’ Official Site
Check out photos throughout the years from past Rams vs. Lions games.