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profootballtalk.com Updated Feb 22, 2012
Earlier today, we pointed out that, once Friday’s coin flips lock in the 2012 draft order, the Colts may sign Andrew Luck, or any other player whom they’d like to make the first overall pick in the draft. Unlike past years, the presence of a true roShare Tweet
ramsgab.com Feb 22, 2012Are you a die-hard Rams fan with a strong opinion? Have you ever dreamed of being a writer, or like posting about the Rams and their trials? Then your shot to do it is here, as RamsGab.com is one the biggest and best Rams fan sites, and and is looking f…Share Tweetramsgab.com Feb 22, 2012The Rams interviewed former NFL running back and running backs coach Stump Mitchell for their vacant running backs coach position, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Mitchell’s interview with head coach Jeff Fisher took place at Rams ParShare Tweet
Kroenke moves closer to buying the Dodgersprofootballtalk.com Feb 22, 2012As MDS pointed out earlier in the day, the Rams and the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission have struck a deal. But not a deal to keep the Rams in St. Louis. Instead, it’s a deal to play one regular-season home game in London. And so the loShare TweetThe St. Louis Rams will play that "home" game in London later this year after settling a lease dispute with the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Bureau.Share TweetESPN.com Feb 22, 2012A few of the NFC West angles I'll be tracking from the NFL scouting combine beginning Thursday: Value of the No. 2 overall pick. The St. Louis Rams hold it, but they already have their quarterback. The pick's trade value could fluctuate based on how wel…Share TweetESPN.com Feb 22, 2012Good morning. I've got an early flight Wednesday and a connection to make before landing in Indianapolis for the NFL scouting combine, which begins Thursday. What is it you're interested in learning from this combine? A better feel for what the St. Loui…Share Tweet