What a Foles Extension With the Rams Could Look Like | ESPN
The St. Louis Rams have made no secret of their interest in getting a contract extension done with quarterback Nick Foles sooner than later.
NFL’s Breakout Players for 2015 | Fox Sports
Every NFL season there are players that go from fair to good and good to great. Alex Marvez takes a look at one strong contender from each team that could experience that growth in 2015.
Watt Tops NFL’s Top 100 [VIDEO] | NFL.com
J.J. Watt is awesome.
The Definitive, Infallible QB Rankings for 2016 | SB Nation
The 2015 season is in the books, and last year's quarterback rankings turned out to be spot on, as usual. With plenty of film study and a mountain of advanced statistics, it's time to rank the quarterbacks for 2016.
2015 Supplemental Draft Primer | NFL.com
On the eve of the 2015 NFL Supplemental Draft, here's a look at all seven eligible players, including a scouting report and draft projection for each.
Defensive Position by Position Breakdown & Depth Chart Analysis | Bleacher Report
Now that the franchise playoff drought has hit the 10-year mark, the St. Louis Rams will be hungry in 2015. If one aspect of the team is going to lead the way to a playoff berth, it'll unquestionably be the defense. The unit features six former first-round picks, four second-rounders and a number of mid- to late-round gems.
Market Survey Shows St. Louis Willing to Spend on PSL’s | Pro Football Talk
As much as people in St. Louis want to know what the Rams are doing, the people in the NFL want to know what the people in St. Louis are willing to do to keep them.
Rams’ Top 5 Unbreakable Single Season Records | Ramblin’ Fan
The St. Louis Rams are a storied franchise. One that began in Cleveland in 1937, found their way to Los Angeles not even ten years later and landed in St. Louis in 1995 and haven’t looked back. A franchise that has been around as long as the Rams has certainly hosted some spectacular players. Here are the five most unbreakable records in franchise history.
Rams Rookie Preview - Martin Ifedi | Ramblin’ Fan
Martin Ifedi was the Rams final pick of this years NFL draft. He was selected in the seventh round with the 227th pick out of Memphis.
Getting to Know Frank Cignetti | Ramblin’ Fan
Frank Cignetti Jr.will be the new play caller for the Rams heading into 2015. Cignetti, promoted from the quarterbacks coach position, has over 20 years of coaching experience at both the collegiate and professional levels.
Will the Rams’ D-Line Start Slow Again? | Cover 32 Rams
Expectations this year haven’t tapered off for the St. Louis Rams defensive line. If anything, they’ve grown despite last year’s abysmal start to the season where they registered just one sack thru the first five games of the season.
Gurley The Most Important Rookie To Watch | NFL Spin Zone
With the St. Louis Rams training camp approaching quickly, it is time for the Rams and their fans to see if what looks to have been a strong draft can begin to reap dividends.
Rams Roster Preview - Running Backs | NFL Spin Zone
The St. Louis Rams hit a home run in the 2014 NFL Draft when they selected Tre Mason out of Auburn with the 75th overall pick. Despite his big rookie season, Mason will probably be a backup in 2015.
Expert More Out of Cook in 2015 | 247 Sports
Jared Cook is entering his third season with the St. Louis Rams. Over his first two seasons, Cook proved to be a reliable receiving option, catching over 50 passes in 2013 and 2014.
Dave Peacock Responds to St. Louis Business Journal
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Dave McGinnis Talks Rams’ Offseason
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