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As Expected, No Franchise Tag for Saffold –PD
The Rams made it clear weeks ago that they weren’t interested in placing the franchise tag on offensive lineman Rodger Saffold. So it was no surprise when that turned out to be the case Monday, the deadline for using the franchise tag in the National Football League.
Will The Rams re-sign Tackle Rodger Saffold? –RamblinFan.com
It is officially free agency week, the next best thing in the offseason next to draft week. The Rams have yet to cut any of their players or re-sign any for that matter. The biggest free agent that the Rams have to worry about on their roster in offensive tackle/guard Rodger Saffold.
Talks Between Rams, Saffold to Intensify this Week –PFT
Although the Rams didn’t use the franchise tag or the resurrected transition tag on offensive lineman Rodger Saffold, the Rams continue to make keeping him a top priority.
What players should be top priorities to keep team by team –Prisco
Now that the franchise tags and transition tags are set, and we know who will be available when the free-agent market opens March 11, it’s a good time to give advice to the 32 teams on which of their players they should bring back.
Rams Punter Plunges into Freezing Lake for Special Olympics
To be a Pro Bowl caliber punter in the NFL, one must be steady, dependable, and at the top of his game. St. Louis Rams punter Johnny Hekker displays these qualities both on and off the field.
Rams Free-Agent Preview: Tight end –Wagoner
The Rams spent big money last offseason to bring tight end Jared Cook to St. Louis from Tennessee. Although technically listed as a tight end, Cook was the de facto replacement for Danny Amendola as a super sized slot receiver.
Rams Free-Agent Preview: Defensive end –Wagoner
The Rams made two key moves in 2013 to ensure their depth on the edge continued moving forward when they signed talented backups William Hayes and Eugene Sims to contract extensions.
Morning Ram-blings: Byrd in the Hand? –Wagoner
Before the Buffalo Bills used a second-round pick on safety Jairus Byrd in the 2009 NFL draft, many St. Louis Rams fans wanted to see their favorite team draft him.
Skeptical Of Clowney’s Long-Term Future In NFL? –Video