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Rams Notebook: McDonald Placed on IR, Could Return to Action in 8 Weeks –PD
A bit of “good’’ news from Rams Park on Friday — not a lot of that lately — as the lower-leg fracture suffered by rookie safety T.J. McDonald will not require surgery and is not a season-ending injury.
Fisher says Rx for Rams is all about the run– PD
For most of Jeff Fisher’s 18-plus seasons as an NFL head coach, his teams have been able to run the football and defend the run. Those characteristic were staples of Fisher’s Tennessee Titans teams over the years, which makes the Rams’ disastrous two-game stretch against Dallas and San Francisco all the more frustrating.
Two Embarrassing Losses in 5 days Leaves Rams Scrambling for Solutions –FSMW
The Rams’ next game is scheduled for Oct. 6, the same day as Game 3 of the National League Division Series. There’s a chance the Cardinals could be playing at home that day, as the Rams will be.
Bernie’s Ram Bytes: the Deterioration of Sam Bradford
Bradford’s overall accuracy isn’t as bad as I believed; according to STATS the percentage of his incompletions that resulted from a bad throw is considerably better this season compared to 2012 and 2011.
Injury to T.J. McDonald a Blow to Secondary –Wagoner
The good news for St. Louis Rams safety T.J. McDonald is that the leg injury he suffered Thursday night against San Francisco isn’t season-ending.
Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher – News Conference –Transcript
“Let me first start off on a couple of the injuries from yesterday. (S) T.J. (McDonald) suffered a fractured lower leg and we’re fortunate that it does not require – the requirements are not that it needs to be surgically repaired. So, we’re going to place T.J. on the designated I.R. (injured reserve) list, which basically requires him to be out six weeks and then given an additional two to return to practice before he can come back.
No Need to Rush Sam Bradford Extension –Wagoner
Reports surfaced Thursday afternoon that the St. Louis Rams are ready and willing to work out a contract extension with quarterback Sam Bradford.
Week 4: Rams Rookie Review –Wagoner
A look at playing time and performance of each of the St. Louis Rams’ drafted rookies and a quick glimpse at the undrafted rookie class in Thursday’s 35-11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Jeff Gordon’s Tipsheet: Hapless Rams earn scorn, ridicule
At least the Rams didn’t flop horribly on a bigger stage — say, Sunday night on NBC or Monday Night Football on ESPN. At least they contained their failure to the NFL Network and a somewhat smaller circle of critics.