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When Jeff Fisher came to town, he knew the first thing he had to fix was the defensive back situation.
The St. Louis Rams made a lot of moves in the 2013 offseason that legitimize the team's chances to succeed in the upcoming season.
November 18, 2012; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Rams running back Daryl Richardson carries the ball against the New York Jets during the second half at the Edward Jones Dome.
The Rams are coming off a 7-8-1 season which just happens to be their best record since going 8-8 in 2006.
It's great to see so many players for the St. Louis Rams on the verge of breaking out.
The St. Louis Rams have added six and subtracted four in remaking their personnel department heading into their second season with Les Snead as general manager.
The safety position has been a problem for the Rams over the past several seasons.
Last season the Rams drafted a raw talent wide receiver out of Appalachian State named Brian Quick in the second round.
It's hard to believe in today's NFL that a player at the league's most position can be simply tossed out like old produce, but that seems to be the way things are trending.
When a team trades up to select a particular player in the first round of the NFL Draft , chances are that individual will be asked to produce immediately in their rookie season.
There are only 16 more Thursdays until the kickoff of the 2013 NFL Season. The news may not be as exhilarating as it will be then, but someone near and dear to you will call you 'fairweather' if you don't stay up to speed.
The NFC West, once considered a joke among the NFC, is now the new 'black and blue' division.
The off-season programs are well underway, and the NFC West is no exception. Each team will be working diligently to uncover a way to exceed expectations this year.
The 2013 narrative for St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford is predictable. It is plausible.
St. Louis Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson has pleaded guilty to reduced charges of reckless driving and refusing a breath test and received a 90-day suspended jail sentence.
Tavon Austin, the blazing fast smurf from West Virginia who tore up the Big East and then the NFL combine , was drafted 8th by the Rams, and he's got all-purpose star written all over him.