Michael Brockers is the 21st player picked by the Rams in the first round of the NFL Draft since they moved to St. Louis. We take a look back at those first-rounders and how they fared.
It's not true, St. Louis Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola insisted, that he's been lobbying the doctors and coaches to let him play Monday night. "I haven't said anything," Amendola said today.
Not only were the Rams pounded 31-13 by Philadelphia in their opener Sunday, they were clobbered by a litany of injuries that coach Steve Spagnuolo acknowledged was unlike anything he'd experienced in his first two seasons as a head coach.
Also: Bradford day-to-day (bruised finger); Jackson (thigh strain) expected to miss next game
Backup plays almost entire game, rushes for 91 yards on 19 carries.
Defensive line and linebackers didn't rate much better.
But quarterback says he fully expects to be ready for Game 2 vs. Giants.
He wants to make sure his defenders don't turn into spectators.
Also: Rams coach says WR Amendola is team's emergency quarterback.
Just because they have a roster spot doesn't mean the St. Louis Rams players should relax. So warned coach Steve Spagnuolo.
Ben Guidugli figured he had more incentive than most of the other rookies fighting for a spot on the Rams' regular-season roster. Namely, a fiancee; a son, 2; and a daughter, 1, waiting for him in Cleveland, hoping to see an NFL paycheck in the near future.
All seven were undrafted rookies. Roster has to be at 53 by 3 p.m. Saturday.
A quarterback controversy in Jacksonville? Not so, says Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio.
The Rams are on the cusp of making history.
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson generally hasn't seen much action in preseason games, the better to keep him fresh for the regular season. But Jackson had 16 touches - 15 carries and a reception - Saturday night in the 14-10 victory at Kansas City.
Free-agent signees Ben Leber and Brady Poppinga expected to start Friday vs. Chiefs.
WR Alexander returns to practice, but TE Hoomanawanui will be out at least two weeks
With cuts coming soon, it's show time for LB Jabara Williams and the roster longshots.
Rookie from Ohio State wins the job.
Difficult decisions appear to be ahead when coaches trim roster.