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Managing McCown Key to Rams’ Success in Tampa

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If the Mannings are pro football’s first family of quarterbacks, then the McCowns must be the antithesis. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ starting quarterback, 35-year-old Josh McCown, has logged stats in 60 games for six teams in the National Football League since 2002 (Arizona, Detroit, Oakland, Carolina, Chicago and Tampa Bay). He has started 39 games and produced a career passer ...

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Rams vs. Saints – What to Watch

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It’s doubtful that Rams starting quarterback Sam Bradford will play this Friday. Several other starters, like left tackle Jake Long and guard Rodger Saffold will probably grab some pine against the visiting New Orleans Saints, too. It’s all good, actually, since St. Louis will be looking for depth more so than front-line player as the preseason schedule kicks off. The ...

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Underdog Role Suits Rams’ McLeod Perfectly

D'Marco Farr in the 101ESPN Studio

Quick, who wears No. 23 for the St. Louis Rams? Cue the “Jeopardy” theme music, followed by that signature buzzer. Oh, sorry, it’s actually safety Rodney McLeod. That’s OK, though. Most people miss that one. Just like the Dangerfield version, this Rodney gets no respect – at least from outside observers. (The “fans” here are a little suspect, too, when ...

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Rams’ Linebackers Ready to Bust Out

James Laurinaitis Featured

I like the St. Louis Rams’ depth at linebacker in 2014. Barring any last-minute roster shuffling, the corps at the second level of the defense should be about set for the team’s reporting date of July 24. All eyes are on Alec Ogletree this fall – and for good reason. In 2013, the weakside linebacker enjoyed a semi-breakout campaign, pacing the ...

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Friends Become Opportunities in OTAs

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Watching the 2014 St. Louis Rams conduct drills in OTAs, I’m reminded of how I broke into the NFL as an undrafted rookie. I couldn’t think of anything else during my first sessions with the Los Angeles Rams in 1994. It wasn’t about achieving some a childhood dream of playing in the pros or making a million dollars. I was thinking solely ...

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