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Random Ramsdom; Feeling Deflated?

With the draft over it's easy to feel deflated by the dearth of NFL news, but we got ya covered! Tom lawyers-up, Rams player projections and Arizona fails the NFC's all inside...also, there is some singing about balls.

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Tom Brady pulls out the big guns -Forbes

It appears that the National Football League Players Association is going to play hardball against the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell.

The NFLPA has hired none other than Jeffery Kessler to handle Tom Brady's appeal. You may remember him from his involvement in past NFL cases, such as the early 90s free agency trial and Ray Rice's appeal of his indefinite suspension.

What are the Rams remaining off-season priorities? -Bleacher Report

Well, for starters, running really, I'm serious...

If you haven't read this it now. Great stuff -Canal Street Chronicles

I would love to get a glimpse of these guy's inbox right now.

You just knew this was going to happen, right?

Five Rams players, most likely to break out in 2015 -Ramblin' Fan

I really like number 4 on this list...

2016 NFL Draft- Rams go wide receiver -HNGN

The St. Louis Rams are hoping that Nick Foles can bring some much need stability to the quarterback position. If he can and 2015 goes well, the Rams will likely try to provide him with some additional weapons next season. No disrespect to St. Louis' current group of pass catchers, but how explosive can your offense be when your leading receiver managed just 748 yards?

After three straight months of mock drafts, can we give it a rest, already?

Will the Cards finish 3rd in the NFC West? -Arizona Sports

In 2013, the Arizona Cardinals won 10 games, finishing third in the NFC West and narrowly missing the playoffs.

In 2014 they won 11 games, finishing second in the NFC West and reaching the postseason.

What's in store for them in 2015?

But then there is this... -iSportsWeb

The NFC West has evolved over recent years into one of the toughest divisions in football, touting some of the greatest defensive units in all of the NFL.  An NFC West team has made it to the conference championship game for four consecutive seasons, and during the last decade a team from the West has represented the NFC in the Super Bowl five different times.  Winning the West is by no means an easy feat, but this year the Arizona Cardinals are poised to claim their first division title since 2009.

Time now, for the tune-age!