Mario Haggan wants to take St. Louis Rams to ‘another level’ – NFL News
St. Louis Rams’ linebacker, Mario Haggan, who has recently joined the team, has said that he wants to take his new team to ‘another level’ and is ready to do whatever it takes to achieve this goal.
Haggan, 32, has plenty of experience under his belt. Since starting his professional National Football League (NFL) career in 2003, Haggan played five seasons for the Buffalo Bills and later joined the Denver Broncos with whom.
The St. Louis Rams announced Tuesday that they have signed free agent offensive tackle Barry Richardson and linebacker Mario Haggan. Richardson, who turned 26 today, met with the Rams before the draft. Though he is young with starti... Read Post
The St. Louis Rams added two veteran players on Wednesday, signing linebacker Mario Haggan and offensive tackle Barry Richardson. Today, I want to talk about what these two players bring to the table for the Rams in 2012. Haggan is ... Read Post
St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher praises veteran Mario Haggan – NFL News St. Louis Rams head coach, Jeff Fisher, has prised the presence of recently-acquired linebacker, Mario Haggan, in the locker room, saying that his experie... Read Post