The Rams will begin anew (again) in Los Angeles immediately and begin play in a new Inglewood-based stadium in 2019. While the San Diego Chargers may or may not join them, the return to L.A. marks the first time the Rams will play in the “City of Angels” […]
The Minnesota Vikings topped the St. Louis Rams in a 21-18 overtime victory on Sunday but the victory came with a cost. Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was knocked out cold from an elbow by Rams safety LaMarcus Joyner during a second half scramble.
Following a 34-31 win by the St. Louis Rams, whatever entity runs the team’s Twitter account caught wind of a tweet from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who claimed Seattle would win today.
Training camp fights are all the rage at the moment. Houston vs. Washington. Dez Bryant. Geno Smith (sort of). Cam Newton.
The NFL went haywire on Tuesday to start free agency and once again, the Philadelphia Eagles were at the forefront. The Eagles dealt quarterback Nick Foles, a fourth round pick in 2015 and second-round pick in 2016 to St. Louis in exchange for Sam Bradford and a fifth […]
Michael Sam, who served as one of the biggest storylines during the preseason due to being the first openly gay player in league history, was released by the St. Louis Rams on Saturday. Selected by the Rams in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft as a […]
According to ESPN, St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford will miss the entire 2014 season after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee. The injury occurred during the Rams/Browns preseason tilt on Saturday night. Last season, Bradford suffered the same injury to the same knee seven games into […]
The St. Louis Rams are here to save us from the NFL’s annual dead -zone of activity through unusual means. As a part of a “Christmas In July” promotion, the Rams are selling ugly Christmas sweaters.
The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) announced it plans to postpone a reality television show about St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam. Last weekend, Sam made sports history when he was the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team.
With the 249th pick overall in the NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams selected Missouri defensive end Michael Sam during the seventh round of Saturday’s proceedings.