It looks like the Rams will join the group of teams exercising their fifth-year options on members of the 2012 draft class. Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the team will pick up the option on defensive tackle Michael Brockers before the May 3 deadline to do so. The move will cost…
The Cleveland Browns, San Diego Chargers and St. Louis Rams are the most likely trade partners for the Titans, but all three have obstacles that could prevent a deal from being made. When the Tennessee Titans go on the clock with the...Show More Summary
With the 2015 NFL draft this week, Bleacher Report assembled a team to conduct a community mock draft covering the first 100 picks of the draft. Featured columnists for all 32 NFL franchises made the picks on their team's behalf (trades were not allowed). Show More Summary
No NFL team has invested more resources in its defensive line than the Rams. But the centerpiece of that defensive line may be heading into his last season in St. Louis. Chris Long, the Rams’ 2008 first-round draft pick who has developed into a very good defensive end, could be looking at a make-or-break year…
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In an effort to keep the NFL in town, members of the St. Louis Stadium Task Force made its first presentation of its plans for a new arena to a committee of NFL owners Wednesday in New York. According to FOX2, Kevin Demoff, the Rams executive vice president of football operations, was among those in…
The official schedules for the 2015 NFL season are now available, so it's time to look at the upcoming season and predict the results for the St. Louis Rams. After finishing with back-to-back seven-win seasons in 2012 and 2013, the Rams hit a new low under head coach Jeff Fisher with just six wins in 2014. Show More Summary
Game-by-Game predictions: St. Louis Rams
Seattle Seahawks 2015 schedule information had been leaked before, but now fans have a full schedule to enjoy. The Seahawks open the 2015 season on the road, first with a game against the St. Louis Rams in Week 1 (Sept. 13), and then against the Green Bay Packers in Week 2 (Sept. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Rams faced a ton of adversity in 2014, which led to a somewhat disappointing 6-10 finish, but the pieces are in place for improvement in 2015. In addition to a schedule that could be conducive to success, the Rams made some positive moves during the offseason. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Rams find themselves in a familiar position. Just 12 months ago, the Rams were in need of offensive line help. They had a couple of established pieces in place, but Jake Long was coming off of an ACL tear, while Scott Wells was struggling to live up to the contract the franchise had signed him to. Show More Summary
With Rams owner Stan Kroenke appearing committed to the idea of moving his team to Los Angeles, officials from St. Louis have a meeting set with some of Kroenke’s fellow owners. Representatives from a task force appointed by Missouri Governor Jay Nixon will head to the league office in New York next week to update…
The St. Louis Rams could use some help with their offensive line in the 2015 NFL draft. Who could they target in the draft? Should they select an offensive lineman early in the draft? Watch as Bleacher Report NFL Draft Analyst Matt Miller discusses a scheme fit for Andrus Peat in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
With the NFL draft just weeks away, members of the St. Louis Rams' front office will begin making cases for various potential targets at No. 10 overall. One player who's undoubtedly being discussed at Rams Park is Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff. Show More Summary
50 dancers have been selected to advance to the final round of this year’s audition. The ladies will spend the next week or so attending interviews and rehearsals to prepare for the big finals event on Thursday, April 23. Click here to see who is still in the running! [...]
Prison officials yesterday are saying that they suspect former NFL Runningback Lawrence Phillips of killing his cellmate. Phillips was a former star at the the University of Nebraska. He was a controversial pick by the St.Louis Rams in 6th position of the 1996 NFL Draft, due to his many legal issues. He then bounced around […]
The battle over a new stadium for the St. Louis Rams has triggered a fresh round of melodrama. Not that public opinion ever ends up mattering.
The St. Louis Rams will be on the clock with the No. 10 pick in several weeks. It's time for the franchise to visualize the possible scenarios and determine the best and worst courses of action. While the St. Louis front office and scouting...Show More Summary
Former St. Louis Rams running back Lawrence Phillips is suspected of killing his cellmate at the Kern Valley State Prison in California. Phillips was arrested in 2005 and is serving 31 years in prison for choking a former girlfriend. Phillips … Continue reading ?
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation released a statement today naming former Nebraska and St. Louis Rams’ (and Dolphins and 49ers) running back Lawrence Phillips a suspect in the death of his cellmate at Kern Valley State Prison over the weekend. From the statement: Read more...