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    "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    As the acquisition of Titus Young reminds us, sports fans often have strange bedfellows. When a player joins your team you have to pull for his success, even if you don't like the person.

    Of course, once such a player leaves, there's no reason to continue supporting him.

    Is there one player that you are really glad is no longer a Ram?

    For me, its Kyle Turley.

    I hated when the Rams acquired him. Complete blowhard who never played up to his hype. To this day, if a reporter wants a really stupid quote on a controversial topic, all he has to do is call Turley.

    I'm glad he's no longer a Ram!
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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam View Post
    As the acquisition of Titus Young reminds us, sports fans often have strange bedfellows. When a player joins your team you have to pull for his success, even if you don't like the person.

    Of course, once such a player leaves, there's no reason to continue supporting him.

    Is there one player that you are really glad is no longer a Ram?

    For me, its Kyle Turley.

    I hated when the Rams acquired him. Complete blowhard who never played up to his hype. To this day, if a reporter wants a really stupid quote on a controversial topic, all he has to do is call Turley.

    I'm glad he's no longer a Ram!

    Spags. I'm sure the fans in New Orleans would now agree with this post as well.

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

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    ........ow wait...........
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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Marc Bulger
    "The horror"

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Damn cogs and Turley were already said

    Im glad Randy McMichael is gone

    We supposedly finally had a "threat" at TE that we lacked for years except he was a threat for our team sometimes you just had to wonder a guy that big with big hands dropping that many passes

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Alex Barron (I admit I argued for him at the time) and Jason Smith both proved they were duds on "better" teams. Incognito is still starting, so I still kinda like him, even though I shouldn't (Nebraska bias). What is it with us and O-linemen?

    EDIT: It's kind of funny how we let tight ends go because they don't work out as starters, but they always stick somewhere else as backups (Manumaleuna, Hoomanowanui, Fells, McMichaels). Kendricks, don't be next. We need a real tight end.
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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Quote Originally Posted by macrammer View Post
    Richie incognito
    Can't agree with you there, I'd love to have Incognito back on the line. He's worth the two extra personal fouls penalties a season.

    I have to go with Justin King.
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    Jason Smith ..
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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    A little further back if I may (2007): Drew Bennett. Two year / 10 million dollar flop.


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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Aside from the more obvious character-inspired answers, I'm going to go with Jason Smith. It just never seemed to work out for him, so I'm glad this staff dealt him so everyone could move on.

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    First Choice would be Lawrence Philips. If we are talking recent history then Jason Smith. With his draft status he should have been an impact player and not just a starter. He continues to hurt this team since we are still looking for a right tackle.

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    Re: "I'm glad that _____ is no longer a Ram."

    Craig Dahl...

    (Call it a pre-emptive desire)

    Failing that, I guess...;

    Quinn Ojinaka (as porous as UK immigration)
    Jason Smith (Just overrated rubbish)
    Chris Claibourne (More overrated lazy junk)
    Jamie Duncan (Our replacement for London Fletcher. Say whadd!!?)
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