The combine is only part of the story for NFL prospects- Pro Days are here and draft prospects around the country compete to raise their stock.
A source close to McCoy told ESPN's Josina Anderson that the veteran running back is not pleased with the move.
"He's a Pennsylvania kid. He's never played football outside of Pennsylvania -- high school, college, pro," the source said. "So of course he's not happy."
Immediately following his release, Williams appeared on WPEN-FM Philadelphia where he said the team did not even offer him the chance to restructure his salary. The 30-year-old played more than 1,000 snaps in each of his two seasons, though not with much success. Williams made some headlines early in his tenure for missing a few voluntary workouts.
Will the Rams go big in free agency? -101 Sports
Mike Iupati would look great donning a Rams’ helmet. He’s the perfect fit for the Rams’ power blocking scheme after playing six seasons in a similar system in San Francisco. But he could also command over $7 million per year, which is a huge investment for a Rams team that would still have to address other needs with limited cap space and only five draft picks...
The social life of various Rams -St. Louis Rams
Ever had a Chris Long Sub? Nope, me neither.
I have concerns that this won't reach the readership levels of "Fifty Shades of Gray" I found this while doing some research on a specific subject pertaining to player contracts...maybe there will be an article on that later.
Mike Rowe is pretty cool -Facebook
You might remember this guy from "Dirty Jobs"
In fact, the Rams have not announced their intention to leave, and have never asked for a stadium. In an effort to prevent a state asset from walking out the door, Governor Nixon named David Peacock and Robert Blitz, who had been working on stadium plans for over a year, to front the task force.
Draft Prospect; Robert Myers, OG, Tennessee St
Draft Prospect; Paul Dawson ILB, TCU
Draft Prospect; Gabe Wright DT, Auburn
The 27-year-old Hayne, who was honored with the NRL's equivalent to the NFL's Most Valuable Player award for the second time this past season, projects as a running back and return man in the NFL. He thanked the Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions for their interest before revealing he had agreed to terms on a deal with the Niners, a decision that Hayne said came easy after he had an hour-long visit with first-year San Francisco head coach Jim Tomsula at the team's Santa Clara headquarters.
Even free agency hits hard in the NFC West -USA Today
Comparatively, the Rams have it easy here...at least for another year or two when "the youngest team in the NFL" comes of age.
Dez Byrant rightfully got the franchise tag, but the Cowboys have now inked an agreement with Cole Beasley worth $14 million.
Today's theme music, because llama