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The Rams started in Cleveland before moving to Los Angeles and then, 18 years ago, to St. Louis. For the franchise’s Mt. Rushmore, however, the first stop yields to the last two. All 12 finalists come from the L.A. or St. Louis eras, with no one from th
Share TweetST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams own the NFL's youngest roster by average age. They could be interested in adding some veteran seasoning at linebacker, it appears. 2013 Rams Linebackers (June 11) Takeo Spikes, 36, was seen at Rams headquarters Tuesday ni…
Tavon Austin's open-field juke, other notesUpdated Jun 11 Share TweetEARTH CITY, Mo. -- Rookie receiver Tavon Austin returned a punt toward the right sideline Tuesday and broke into the clear, leaving punter Johnny Hekker as the last line of defense. Austin, the St. Louis Rams' quick and elusive first-round draft choice,…
Around the NFC West: Set up in St. LouisUpdated Jun 11 Share TweetST. LOUIS -- Good morning, NFC West. I'll be reporting from St. Louis Rams headquarters over the next few days, beginning with the view from organized team activities Tuesday. There is much to learn about the NFL's youngest team, particularly regarding …
Tarvaris Jackson could sign with Seattle Seahawks in next day or two, acco…Jun 11Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, placed on waivers by the Buffalo Bills on Monday, is heading to Seattle in the next day or two to possibly sign a contract with the team, two sources say.
Don Banks: Multiple cities, same year: Is this the future of the draft?Jun 11The recent two-week shift of the 2014 NFL Draft that was necessitated by a scheduling conflict at New York's Radio City Music Hall could wind up being just the beginning of the changes coming to one of the league's glamor events in ensuing years.
Peter King: Two things make Patriots the perfect landing spot for Tebow; m…Jun 11I always figured, once the inevitability of the demise of Tim Tebow with the Jets played out, there were three teams that made sense for him: New England, New Orleans and Green Bay. And New England, which announced his signing today, was the most sensib…
Bill Simmons on the remarkable career of Tim DuncanJun 11The Duncan Show has been many things over the past 16 years, but it has rarely, if ever, been boring.