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Jackson has pie-high expectations on Thanksgiving

Jackson has pie-high expectations on Thanksgiving

stltoday.com Updated Nov 22, 2012
Like millions of Americans, Thanksgiving Day for running back Steven Jackson means loading up at the dinner table. But after he left Rams Park on Thursday afternoon for the family gathering, J…
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  • NFC West: Injury situations that matter

    NFC West: Injury situations that matter

    ESPN.com Nov 22, 2012
    Arizona Cardinals: Running back Beanie Wells is back on the 53-man rosters after recovering from a toe injury. He's expected to play against St. Louis in Week 12. Wells, who had 228 yards rushing against the Rams in Week 12 last season, returns just as …
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  • Danny Amendola dealing with another injury

    Danny Amendola dealing with another injury

    Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola made a quicker than expected return from a collarbone injury earlier this year and St. Louis may need him to make another turbocharged recovery this week. Amendola didn’t practice on Wednesday and he was wearing a walki
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  • Return of Beanie should help Big Red rookie QB

    Return of Beanie should help Big Red rookie QB

    stltoday.com Nov 22, 2012
    Rookie Ryan Lindley will get his shot to start Sunday vs. Rams.
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  • 49ers go with Kaepernick over Smith

    49ers go with Kaepernick over Smith

    CNNSI.com Nov 22, 2012
    On the same day he declined to publicly name a starting quarterback, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh informed incumbent Alex Smith that Colin Kaepernick would get the nod Sunday at New Orleans, a source told SI.com.
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  • Michael Finley, former NBA All-Star, attempting comeback as player, source…

    Nov 22
    Former NBA All-Star Michael Finley is putting his front-office career on hold in hopes of extending his playing career, according to sources with knowledge of his plans.