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The Rams Shouldn’t Rush to Sign Nick Foles to a Long-Term Deal

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Rams coach Jeff Fisher recently confirmed that the Rams were interested in signing quarterback Nick Foles to a long-term contract, which begs the question: Are Fisher and the Rams being proactive or putting the cart before the horse? Three years ago, Joe Flacco decided to bet on himself rather than signing a long-term extension with the Ravens in the 2012 offseason. ...

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OTAs Are Over. Let’s Hope the Young Rams Behave Themselves.

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This week marked the end of the NFL offseason workout program. It also marked the beginning of the time when teams’ public relations staffers lose sleep over what trouble their players will get into during the dreaded downtime. Idle time is the devil’s playground, you know. That’s especially true for newly-professional athletes with lots of fake money, lots of fake girls, ...

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Rams DC Gregg Williams has Quite the Arsenal for 2015

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In his second year as the Rams’ Defensive Coordinator, Gregg Williams says he’s set lofty goals for himself. Those goals include leading his defensive squad to the top of the NFL. In 2015, the Rams defense was nothing special in the three main categories that measure defensive production. The defense was 16th in Total Defense (351.6 YPG), 14th in rush defense (110.3) and ...

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Nobody Outworks Rams Linebacker James Laurinaitis. Just Ask Him.

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Rams linebacker James Laurinaitis owns six seasons as a starter, taking the field for all 96 games since St. Louis took him in the second round of the 2009 draft. Laurinaitis cops to being an elder statesman, a title which comes with added responsibility. He relies on his teammates to help lead the younger players, but it’s an “Ask and ye shall receive.” ...

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The Rams Aren’t the Only NFC West Team With O-Line Issues

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The biggest question mark facing the Rams heading into 2015 is the team’s offensive line. Not necessarily a problem, just an uncertainty for now. The Rams could start up to two rookies along the O-line this season, with Rob Havenstein as the overwhelming favorite to start at right tackle, while Jamon Brown could slide in beside him at right guard. The team is ...

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