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Random Ramsdom 2/4: Rams’ Super Bowl Odds, The New “Fearsome Foursome,” And Peyton Manning to L.A.

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Ricky Proehl Upset or Rams Move to L.A. |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Carolina wide receiverscoach Ricky Proehl and the rest of the Panthers were in the midst of preparations for their playoff opener against Seattle when the news came down: the NFL had approved the relocation of the Rams to Los Angeles.

Rams Could Have New Fearsome Foursome |  OC Register

It has been a half-century since the most feared defensive line in NFL history last stood side by side in Los Angeles, rewriting record books and redefining defense as we once knew it.

‘Riverboat Ron’ Nearly Dropped Anchor in St. Louis |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Ron Rivera was so close to becoming the Rams’ coach in 2006, he was in the on-deck circle.

Rams Odds To Win the Super Bowl |  ESPN

An argument could be made that the Rams should be closer to 40-1 or 30-1 like the Lions, Bears or Bills since they have been in the same mediocre range as those teams. But all of the teams ahead of the Rams have a better quarterback situation and play in a division more conducive to getting the playoffs.

Rams Monitoring Manning’s Retirement Decision |  Pro Football Talk

Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning hasn’t made any public pronouncements about whether he’ll continue playing in 2016, although there have been plenty of reports and hints that he will be retiring after SuperBowl 50.

Rams Have Discussed Bringing Manning in for 2016 |  ESPN

The Rams have had internal discussions about bringing Peyton Manning to Los Angeles should he want to play another season, per a league source.

Colin Cowherd Says Peyton Manning to the Rams Makes Sense. Here’s Why.


Skip Bayless Thinks Manning is the Perfect Fit in Los Angeles


Could the Rams Be the Landing Spot for Johnny Football? |  ESPN

The Cleveland Browns made it abundantly clear Tuesday that their time employing quarterback Johnny Manziel will be over sooner rather than later.