Black Sports Online "We all learned of the unfortunate news of Stedman Bailey this morning. It was reported that Bailey was shot in the head twice while sitting in a car in Miami. A random car pulled up next to the car he was in and opened fire. The victims were able to drive themselves to the hospital where the..." November 26
#Rams WR Stedman Bailey is out of surgery after several hours of extensive work. He'll be in the ICU for 3-5 days and doctors are hopeful.
#Rams WR Stedman Bailey was shot twice in the head while sitting in a car with 2 young relatives & his cousin. He is stable in a Miami ICU
Yahoo! Sports "The NFL announced the dates for its three International Series games that will be played in the U.K. next season, and also announced five of the six teams who will head to London: On Oct. 2, the Jacksonville Jaguars will host the Indianapolis Colts at Wembley Stadium; On Oct. 23, the St...." November 25
Pro Football Talk "The Jaguars, Rams and Bengals will play so-called “home” games in London next season, the NFL announced today. The Jaguars will “host” the Colts on October 2, 2016 at Wembley Stadium, part of the Jaguars’ annual commitment to play at least one game in London. The Rams will “host” the NFC..." November 25
Pro Football Talk "Rams receiver Stedman Bailey was shot Tuesday evening in Miami. A league source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed to PFT that rampant rumors of the incident are indeed true. Per the source, a statement from the Rams is expected within the next hour or so. The source was unable to..." November 25
NFL.com "The Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 was trimmed down to 25 on Tuesday during NFL Network's Gold Jacket Semifinalists special. The original field of 108 nominees and these selections will be cut to 15 in early January. The group of semifinalists includes 22 players and three coaches,..." November 25
Yahoo! Sports "Super Bowl 50, billed as a celebration of a half-century of what has become the pinnacle sporting event in the Western Hemisphere, was marred — before the game ever started — on an obscure automatic coin toss loss by the Carolina Panthers for sending too many captains (teams are allowed six) out..." November 25
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Rams coach Jeff Fisher was unaware that quarterback Case Keenum had experienced concussion symptoms until after Sunday’s 16-13 loss at Baltimore. And had he known that Keenum was groggy after being dropped for a sack late in the fourth quarter, Fisher said, “Then Case would’ve been standing by..." November 24
The league will look into the situation surrounding #Rams QB Case Keenum, his concussion, and why wasn't tested for a concussion, I'm told.
The Hollywood Reporter "One of the last big sports rights opportunities for several years is about to become available to TV networks. The NFL's Thursday Night Football — which for the past two seasons has aired on CBS via one-year deals — is generating intense interest as the league is likely to extend the length of the..." November 23
TMZ "Michael Sam says he's still serious about a return to the NFL ... and tells TMZ Sports he hopes to finally make his regular season debut in 2016. The 25-year-old hit up Craig's Sunday night … where we also asked for his take on the epic collapse of Colin Kaepernick out in San Fran this year...." November 23
CBS Sports "At the tail-end of the Rams' 16-13 loss to the Ravens on Sunday, quarterback Case Keenum was concussed. With just over a minute remaining in a tied game, Keenum was thrown to the turf by a Ravens' defender. In what was completely clear to anyone with a TV and a set of eyes, Keenum's head..." November 23
Baltimore Sun "The Ravens won today's game as time expired, but they lost quarterback Joe Flacco for the rest of the season with a torn ACL and possibly a torn MCL. He played the final two drives with the knee injury and put the Ravens into position to win. The Ravens also lost top running back Justin Forsett..." November 22
TMZ "Michael Sam says he appreciated the way he was treated in St. Louis -- but says being drafted by the Rams was the WORST thing for his NFL career. Sam just appeared on the "The Herd with Colin Cowherd" and was asked if he regretted coming out before the NFL Draft ... his answer is very..." November 20
Sportsnaut "The NFL is reportedly considering an exciting new twist to the 2016 NFL Draft. Prior to the upcoming draft in Chicago, compensatory draft picks were off the table for any potential trades. However, the league is expected to allow them to be part of the trade equation this spring, which ESPN’s..." November 19
Rams have signed two offensive linemen, Eric Kush and Brian Folkerts. Also added G David Arkin to practice squad.
To be clear on Nick Foles: he has $7.75M guaranteed left from St. Louis. His 2016 $6M roster bonus became fully guaranteed on August 15.
Sportsnaut "The St. Louis Rams are handing the quarterback reins over to Case Keenum, but head coach Jeff Fisher emphatically denied that the franchise regrets acquiring Nick Foles. According to ESPN’s Nick Wagoner, Fisher said “by no means” are the Rams having second thoughts about giving Foles a..." November 17
Jamon Brown out for season, needs surgery for leg fracture.
Nick Foles out. Case Keenum in as the starting QB for the Rams. pic.twitter.com/YnbldJMJvD
CBS Sports "It's not going to be cheap to move to Los Angeles. If the Rams, Raiders or Chargers make the move to Los Angeles in 2016, it's going to cost them some serious money. According to the Sports Business Journal, the NFL is going to charge a relocation fee of at least $500 million to any team that's..." November 16
Pro Football Rumors "Rams coach Jeff Fisher announced that he will start Case Keenum this week at quarterback in favor of Nick Foles (via Ian Rapoport of NFL.com on Twitter). Foles is coming off of a rough performance against the Bears on Sunday, but the news still comes as a surprise. Against Chicago on Sunday,..." November 16
Chicago Sun-Times "n 95 years of Bears football, no quarterback had ever done what Jay Cutler did in Sunday’s 37-13 stunner against the Rams: throw two touchdowns of 80 or more yards. The first, a short pass that suddenly-Superman Zach Miller turned into an 87-yard score, announced, on the team’s first..." November 15
Pro Football Talk "A week ago, receiver Wes Welker was unemployed — and sufficiently desperate to find work to go on the record with NFL.com in an effort to plead his case. It worked. But not as well as the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has suggested. Joe Lyons of the Post-Dispatch recently reported that the Rams..." November 15
Pro Football Talk "The injury updating process might be flawed, and some coaches don’t think they ought to have to participate at all. But one team took it a step further this week, telling the opponent without updating the media. The Bears are going to be without running back Matt Forte and linebacker Pernell..." November 15
The Score "St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn and safety T.J. McDonald are active Sunday against the Chicago Bears. " November 15
With just a few days of practice under his belt, new #Rams WR Wes Welker will be active today, sources say. Worth watching on third downs.
Pro Football Talk "A week ago, receiver Wes Welker was unemployed — and sufficiently desperate to find work to go on the record with NFL.com in an effort to plead his case. It worked. Well. The next day, the Rams gave Welker a $200,000 signing bonus, according to Joe Lyons of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch...." November 15
ESPN "After two players in as many weeks suffered injuries after running on to the concrete surrounding the Edward Jones Dome field, the Rams and stadium authority took steps to prevent further issues before Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears. Earlier this week, Rams coach Jeff Fisher said he..." November 15
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "It will have absolutely no bearing on what happens Sunday against the Chicago Bears, but the most noteworthy thing about Friday at Rams Park was the sight of defensive end Chris Long on the practice field. The most tenured Rams player, in his eighth season with the team, Long was officially..." November 14
Pro Football Talk "Rams cornerback Lamarcus Joyner was fined by the NFL for a hit that gave a concussion to a sliding Teddy Brdgewater, but Joyner doesn’t think he can worry about stuff like that while he’s on the field. Joyner said he feels terrible about hurting Bridgewater, but he also said he won’t think..." November 14
ESPN "Nearly a week after Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer referenced the "history" of St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams after a late hit to quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, Williams had his chance to respond Friday afternoon. For the most part, Williams declined to address..." November 14
CBS Sports "Todd Gurley is a rookie but he doesn't play like one. The St. Louis Rams running back leads the league with 110.7 rushing yards per game. The craziest part? Gurley is less than a year removed from tearing his ACL while in college. In a Saturday morning interview on 99.9 The Fan's Big Gameday..." November 14
Pro Football Talk "On Monday, the Rams quickly added receiver Wes Welker once the four-game suspension of receiver Stedman Bailey became effective. Four days later, it’s still not clear whether Welker will play on Sunday against the Bears and his most recent head coach in Denver, John Fox. “We still have some..." November 14
Rams coach Jeff Fisher said DE Robert Quinn, S T.J. McDonald, OT Rob Havenstein all limited in practice and will be listed as questionable.
Pro Football Talk "As the owners of the Rams, Raiders and Chargers all consider a move to Los Angeles, the owners of the NFL’s other 29 teams are taking their time about deciding which franchise or franchises they will permit to move. Jets owner Woody Johnson said today that a decision on which team will move to..." November 12
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "With his team converting third-down plays at a historically low rate, coach Jeff Fisher has a vision of how he hopes things unfold Sunday against visiting Chicago. “If he does play and he converts the first down, they’ll probably start chanting ‘Welker’ rather than ‘Gurley,’ ” Fisher..." November 11
The Score "St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher used a familiar refrain to respond to Rodney Harrison's criticism over his team's injuring of Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater: Consider the source. The longtime head coach praised the former Pro Bowler on Monday while addressing the media,..." November 10
Pro Football Talk "As the NFL continues to expand its inventory in England, they’re also looking at games outside our borders but on our continent. According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, a group of league officials will be in Mexico City through Wednesday, trying to determine if Azteca Stadium is prepared..." November 10
He’s back: The #Rams are expected to sign WR Wes Welker, source said. Working out final details now.
Rams WR Stedman Bailey is being suspended four games for violating NFL’s Substance Abuse Policy, per league sources. Withdrew appeal today.
The Score "The NFL is reviewing two separate incidents of alleged dirty play from Sunday's slate of games, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. The league will examine the hit St. Louis Rams safety Lamarcus Joyner delivered to Minnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, as well as the eye-gouge Denver..." November 09
Pro Football Talk "Wide receiver Wes Welker wanted back into the NFL and it looks like his wish has been granted. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported on Monday that the Rams are working to finalize a deal with Welker after he worked out for the team on Monday. Rams coach Jeff Fisher confirmed the report during his..." November 09
Pro Football Talk "After Sunday’s game between the Rams and Vikings, Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer made clear his disagreement with the hits on quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. With a calm, matter-of-face tone of voice, Zimmer made it clear that he wasn’t happy. “If we were on the street, we probably would have had a..." November 09
NFL.com "Why were the Rams working out Wes Welker on Monday? Here's why: St. Louis wideout Stedman Bailey has been slapped with a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy on Monday, per a league spokesman. With just 182 yards off 12 grabs, Bailey ranks sixth among a Rams..." November 09
Pro Football Talk "Sam Bradford did enough to help the Eagles win last night. And he’s done enough over the course of the season to keep them from getting any more compensation for him. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Bradford’s participation in all 549 Eagles snaps this year means the Rams don’t have to..." November 09
The Big Lead "Mike Zimmer was not in a good mood after his quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was knocked out of the game on a dirty hit after he had slid to the turf. Zimmer did not stop to speak to Jeff Fisher after the overtime field goal won it, and he was still incensed after getting to the locker room. He..." November 09