Combine the holiday weekend with the dead period and you get a bad mixture for fans of the NFL craving some recent news about their favorite team. In most cases, no news is good news this time of the year, with most offseason headlines being about either a) arrests or b) suspensions for PEDs. However, there are some that have gotten creative is posting content this Fourth of July weekend. Here is some of the best stuff…
Faulk, Holt & Siciliano Return to Rams Preseason Broadcasts - Official St. Louis Rams site
Former Rams Pro Bowler Torry Holt, Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk and veteran sportscaster Andrew Siciliano will once again lead the television broadcast team for the Rams’ four preseason contests, the team announced today.
Holt and Faulk will serve as color commentators for the broadcasts, and the two will be joined by Siciliano, who will handle play-by-play duties. Faulk and Siciliano team up for a fourth-consecutive year, while Holt returns to the crew for a second-consecutive season. StLouisRams.com reporter Casey Phillips and St. Louis sportscaster Martin Kilcoyne will serve as sideline reporters on the telecasts… [Click the link to continue]
All-All American team - NFL.com
Happy Independence Day Weekend, America.
Now that our nation has returned to reality after its brief dalliance with a sport called futbol, the arrival of July 4th reminds us it’s time to get back to what truly matters: a sport called football.
To help get you in the mood, we’ve made like Betsy Ross and stitched together a roster from the NFL’s stars and stripes (or, more accurately, stripe-jerseyed stars). Feel the patriotism…then go eat a wiener, drink a beer, and play sports that require the use of your hands… [Click the link to find out which Ram made the roster]
Rams Roster Peview: Rodney McLeod – Turf Show Times
he St. Louis Rams have no problem starting or playing players that weren’t drafted high. So it wasn’t much of a surprise when the Rams named Rodney McLeodd as a starter in 2013. And as you can guess it wasn’t an easy road that McLeod traveled to become a starter… [Click the link to continue]
The St. Louis Rams went 7-9 in Jeff Fisher’s second season as head coach in 2013, and they’ll look to take the next step this year in a competitive NFC West with a core group of young players in key positions and a former No. 1 overall pick under center.
Here are five offseason additions who have the most to offer the Rams this year… [Click the link to continue]
Last year Zac Stacy emerged as the Rams top back, but he got banged up a lot. Mason is a well bult runner who should be able to carry the load and take pressure off of Sam Bradford. Given his draft status and resume of being the lead player on a team that competed for a Nation Championship, expect Mason to grab the starting job and run with it… [Click the link to continue]
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