St. Louis man Kevin Labriado was arrested Monday for intentionally ramming a police cruiser, yelling afterwards that he did it on behalf of "black people."
Officials in St. Louis can use city tax dollars on a new NFL stadium for the Rams without a public referendum on the matter, a judge ruled Monday. As reported by the Post-Dispatch, St. Louis Circuit Court Judge Thomas Frawley invalidated a city ordinance requiring a public vote on the subject while also ruling that […]
Thanks to a judge’s ruling, the St. Louis Rams are one step closer to fleecing the residents of St. Louis for hundreds of millions of dollars. Read more...
Taxpayers in St. Louis might end up partially funding a new NFL stadium for St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, the 77th richest man in America at $6.3 billion according to Forbes, and have almost no say in it. St. Louis Circuit Court...Show More Summary
The St. Louis Rams currently have 89 players listed on the training camp roster. According to CBS Sports, that number must be trimmed to 75 by 4 p.m. ET on September 1. A team with plenty of young talent, such as the Rams, might face some difficult decisions in the near future. Show More Summary
Some people are fans of the St. Louis Rams. But many, many more people are NOT fans of the St. Louis Rams. This 2015 Deadspin NFL team preview is for those in the latter group. Read more...
Steven Jackson wants a job. Credit him for being proactive about it. The 32-year-old free agent, formerly of the St. Louis Rams and Atlanta Falcons, tried to catch the Dallas Cowboys' attention Thursday with a picture of his No. 39 getting the Batman signal treatment from AT&T Stadium. Show More Summary
The Seahawks are facing a deadline to get a contract extension done with quarterback Russell Wilson on Friday, but it doesn’t look like the same urgency exists in St. Louis when it comes to Nick Foles. Foles and the Rams confirmed last month that they’ve been talking about a new deal and General Manager…
With St. Louis Rams training camp just days away, fans are eager to find out which players will stand out at practice. Fans obviously know what to expect from the team's stars—Robert Quinn, Aaron Donald, Chris Long—so it's the new players who'll truly be under the microscope. Show More Summary
The St. Louis Rams will have their first training camp practice of the year on July 31. What is the top position battle to keep an eye on in camp? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL analyst Chris Simms in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The Rams were prepared to let rookie running back Todd Gurley start training camp on the non-football injury list if need be. Apparently, there will be no need. According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Gurley passed his conditioning test Tuesday — “impressively” — and will begin camp on the active roster. As…
With Janoris Jenkins set to become a free agent following the 2015 season, the St. Louis Rams are working behind the scenes to re-sign the 26-year-old cornerback to a long-term extension. Continue for updates. Rams, Jenkins Looking for...Show More Summary
While a football scholarship might be out of the question for Chris Long's English Bulldog, music is still an option. That's why the St. Louis Rams defensive end is taking it upon himself to teach his pup how to play the piano. We can't decide which is cutest—the dog, Long teaching him to play or the fact that he's named Chubbs. Show More Summary
Philadelphia Eagles coach Chip Kelly gutted his team this off-season in a roster overhaul that involved trading his starting quarterback Nick Foles to the St. Louis Rams for Sam Bradford, a player coming off of back-to-back ACL injuries. Show More Summary
St. Louis Rams special-teams coordinator John Fassel was boogie-boarding in Manhattan Beach, enjoying his last few days before (...)
St. Louis Rams special-teams coach John Fassel was boogie-boarding in California last week when he and another surfer notice a man flailing helplessly in the Pacific Ocean. That's when they took action. Fassel and the man, Jim Burton, swam over to the unknown swimmer to assist. Show More Summary
There have been plenty of stories about the Rams and Southern California this offseason, but this one has an ending that even the team’s fans in St. Louis will be able to enjoy. Rams special teams coach John Fassel was enjoying one of the final days of his pre-camp vacation by riding the waves in…
St. Louis Rams special teams coordinator John Fassel was on vacation in California last week and played a significant part in saving a drowning man's life. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Fassel was boogie-boarding near Manhattan Beach...Show More Summary
Fassel made sure the last day of his vacation in California made a difference. Special teams coordinators in the NFL want their players to be able to perform under pressure. Winning field goals, onside kicks (looking at you, Green Bay!) and more. John Fassel, the special teams coordinator for the St. Show More Summary
Former St. Louis Rams and Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson isn’t sitting on the fence on this one. According to ESPN, (...)