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A few notable former St. Louis Rams’ players are finalists for the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame.  ESPN’s Nick Wagoner covered the careers of Kurt Warner [here], Orlando Pace [here], and Kevin Greene [here].

No, unfortunately 2016 won’t be the year for either Isaac Bruce or Torry Holt.

Pace, Warner Named Hall-of-Fame Finalists |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

For the second year in a row, left tackle Orlando Pace and quarterback Kurt Warner are finalists for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Three Former Rams Named Golden Jacket Finalists |  St. Louis Rams’ Official Site

Former Rams Kevin Greene, Kurt Warner and Orlando Pace took one step closer to potential enshrinement into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Thursday as they were named "Gold Jacket Finalists" for the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2016.

Who’s Headed to the Hall? |  NFL.com

NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison takes a look at all 15 finalists, and ranks their chances of making into the Hall of Fame.

Is the NFL Coming to L.A.? The Latest Answers | LA Times

On a cold morning Wednesday, NFL owners hustled past reporters and into the 44-story building on Park Avenue that houses league headquarters.

Mayor Slay Fires Back at Rams’ "Disturbing" Relo Proposal |  Huffington Post

St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay naturally took issue with the characterization that his city was "struggling," and on Wednesday, he sent a letter to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to correct the "multiple inaccuracies and misrepresentations" of his city.

Slay to Goodell: "I Cannot Even Remember Meeting Stan Kroenke" |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Last night, Mayor Francis Slay overnight-mailed a letter to National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell.

Kroenke Is A Bully, But Other Owners Have Final Say |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

He’s a bully. Like the old locker-stuffers and mind-manipulators, scheming Stan Kroenke has taken it to another level, for he’s bullying an entire city of sports fans.

Nixon Responds to Kroenke’s Proposal to Move Rams |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon on Thursday defended a riverfront stadium plan two days after Rams owner Stan Kroenke wrote to the National Football League that any team that moved to the new stadium would be "well on the road to financial ruin."

Rams Lag Far Behind in Football Outsiders’ Rankings |  ESPN

The raw statistical numbers sometimes tell the full story of a team’s season. Sometimes they don’t and we have to go to more analytical data to get a better grasp.

Secondary Makes Strides in 2015 |  St. Louis Rams’ Official Site

While much of the preseason attention on the Rams’ defense focused on its five first-round draft picks up front, the team’s defensive backs certainly made strides of their own in 2015.

Rams Named 2015 NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year |  St. Louis Rams’ Official Site

The Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society (PFATS) announced today that the St. Louis Rams have been named the 2015 NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year. The award is voted on by the PFATS membership and recognizes one NFL athletic training staff annually for their distinguished service to their club, community and athletic training profession.

Every NFL Team’s Best Defender in 2015 |  Pro Football Focus

I’ll give you one guess...

Who Should Win Defensive Player of the Year? [VIDEO] |  Pro Football Focus

Cris Collinsworth, Neil Hornsby, and Nathan Jahnke debate which player deserves to be recognized as Defensive Player of the Year. Neil makes a case for the Rams’ Aaron Donald, who had a PFF overall grade of 99.9, but Nathan argues that the PanthersLuke Kuechly also has a strong case.

Mike Mayock Talks Rams, Draft, Playoffs

Mike Martz Talks St. Louis as a Football City