St. Louis Rams: Who should they take with the second pick?

With the draft quickly approaching on May 8th, the St. Louis Rams are on the clock with the second pick in the first round. They are an improving team who were on the edge of making the playoffs in 2013 in the tough NFC West that has all of a sudden become one of the best conferences in the NFL. This draft will be critical for them if they want to become a playoff contender in 2014...
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WR Chris Givens working with Rams all-time receiving leader Isaac Bruce, eyeing starting position

St. Louis Rams WR Chris Givens played in all 16 games and participated in 77.5 percent of the offensive snaps, however, he only caught 34 catches for 569 yards and zero touchdowns. In the offseason so far, Givens has worked with Rams all-time receiving leader Isaac Bruce, learning the tricks of the trade to improve his game. Givens also says he is recovered from ankle and shoulder...
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Rams' Bradford is healing quickly from ACL surgery

ST. LOUIS -- From his office at Rams Park, general manager Les Snead can look onto the practice fields and see the future of his team. There goes franchise quarterback Sam Bradford rehabbing from the left knee surgery that ended his 2013 season before it was half over. What Snead sees is encouraging. "I've been able to watch Sam over the last couple of weeks rehabbing and...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Devin Wilson, WR, Tennessee State University

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Devin Wilson, WR, Tennessee State University  How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? I had interest from a good amount of FBS schools, along with FCS schools. I took plenty of visits and was in communication with a number of coaches Where did you choose and why? I […] The post Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Devin Wilson, WR...
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At first glance, the Rams' 2014 schedule looks brutal

ST. LOUIS -- The 2014 NFL schedule won't make it easy for the St. Louis Rams to snap their streak of consecutive seasons without a playoff appearance. The Rams' regular season schedule, which was released on Wednesday night, includes eight games against teams that made the playoffs last season and 10 against teams that finished with winning records. That figures to be a difficult...
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'Humbled' Givens refocuses on football

A year ago at this time following a successful rookie season, Rams wide receiver Chris Givens described himself as cocky. But after a sophomore slump in which his receptions and reception yards decreased, and his touchdowns disappeared entirely, Givens says he’s a humbled man entering his third NFL season. “Oh yeah. Zero touchdowns?” Givens said. “That’s never happened...
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St. Louis Rams do some major wheeling and dealing in cover32 mock draft 2.0

In our first mock draft, the St. Louis Rams stayed put at no. 2 and no. 13. With those two picks, the Rams selected wide receiver Sammy Watkins and safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. This time though, we mixed things up a bit by adding trades to the mix. And no team was more active than the Rams, who traded down from no. 2 to no. 6 with Atlanta and from no. 13 to no. 24 with Cincinnati. Click...
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St. Louis Rams: Why drafting a cornerback is the biggest need

As we are only a few weeks away from the 2014 NFL draft the St. Louis Rams looks like a team that is trying to build through the draft. They have been the leagues youngest team for two years now and looking to stay young for a third. The Rams have a solidified starter at most of their positions, but there is one that still needs improvement. In 2012 the Rams signed cornerback Cortland...
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Twitter Tuesday: Tavon Austin and Chris Long beef on Twitter…or do they?

You know we really need the NFL draft to finally happen when the biggest story of the day is whether Chris Long and Tavon Austin are Twitter-beefing for real or not. And yet here we are. If you’re a little behind this morning, then I suggest you follow this link to Turf Show Times’ breakdown of the “beef” between the two former top-10 picks. If you read that, you’ll see...
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Rams' Sam Bradford needs to win in 2014

St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford's NFL career has been marked by inconsistency and injuries, and the torn left anterior cruciate ligament he suffered last season has his future with the team in doubt. He has two years and $27 million left on his contract, but rumblings that the Rams may draft a quarterback in this year's draft has put extra pressure on him to stay...
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Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Deshawn Ross, DT, Kentucky State

Draft Diamonds Prospect Interview: Deshawn Ross, DT, Kentucky State  How many teams were recruiting you out of high school? I had been getting looked at by many of the local schools such as the University Louisville, Western Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky, Murray State and the University of Kentucky. Where did you choose and why? Well to be honest my journey as been everywhere...
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Rams will bring in Alabama QB A.J. McCarron for pre-draft visit

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Rams will have a pre-draft vist with Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron, who will visit Rams and is scheduled work out on May 1. McCarron’s workout confirms that reports the team is considering drafting a quarterback to go with Sam Bradford and Shaun Hill on the 2014 roster.
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Two St. Louis Rams running backs make an appearance on 10 worst trades list

On Friday, cover32 editor Grant Gunderson put together a list of the 10 worst trades in NFL history. The Rams appeared on the list twice – once as the fleecer and once as the fleeced. The good: Coming in at no. 7 – the Marshall Faulk trade with the Colts. Here’s Gunderson’s take: Trading a Hall of Famer for a second and fifth-round draft pick is just plain dumb… but that’s...
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Rams 'strongly considering' drafting a quarterback in NFL Draft

According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Dispatch , the Rams are strongly considering drafting a quarterback in the 2014 NFL Draft. General manager Les Snead have met with a number of young signal callers including Pittsburgh's Tom Savage, South Carolina's Connor Shaw and Clemson's Tajh Boyd. The team also traveled to Aaron Murray's Georgia pro day and watched...
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Report: Rams strongly considering drafting a quarterback

According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch,  the Rams are strongly considering taking a quarterback in next month’s draft. With less than three weeks remaining before the draft, the Rams are strongly considering taking a quarterback, and in doing so are casting a wide net at the position. The one question that we would all love to know is, which pick would they use...
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