How Les Snead made the Rams super I Sporting News
Sporting News explores the Rams’ model of roster building, which has quickly transformed our once troubled franchise into a Super Bowl team.
Nickell Robey Coleman says he received death threats following the Saints game I 247 Sports
Not all, but many Saints fans continue to embarrass themselves in the name of one missed call amid numerous blown opportunities by the Saints in the NFC championship game a week ago. Apparently Rams defensive back Nickell Robey Coleman’s DMs have been blowing up ever since the missed call, and he’s even received death threats.
Andrew Whitworth once had interest in joining the New York Giants, but the Giants did not reciprocate I NJ.com
Apparently when Andrew Whitworth entered free agency prior to the 2017 season, he was open to joining the New York Giants, but the Giants balked at the opportunity. Another sad what-if for the battered fan base of the Giants.
The Rams tuning up for the Super Bowl at the Atlanta Falcons practice facility I Augusta Chronicle
The Rams disposed of the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl dreams a week ago, and now the Saints’ rivals, the Atlanta Falcons have turned over the keys to their practice facility to the Rams, who are in town to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl. Their opponent, the New England Patriots, are currently using Georgia Tech’s facilities.
Wade Phillips is the man, now they know I USA Today
Columnist Nancy Armour of USA Today explains why Wade Phillips is a national treasure. Wade has been holding court at the Super Bowl and clearly have a good time.
Sean McVay’s old high school coach recalls his impressions of his old quarterback turned wonder coach I USA Today
Sean McVay was once a star quarterback when he attended high school in Georgia. His old coach provides some insight about McVay and what stood out about the prodigy back in the day.
Former Ravens coach Brian Billick joins Rich Eisen to discuss the Super Bowl I Rich Eisen Show
If you’re interested in listening to predictions, there is nobody more worthy of your attention than a former NFL coach. Brian Billick sits down with Rich Eisen to discuss the Super Bowl, among other topics.