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    Rams lineup for camp

    07/22/2008

    Rams players will report Thursday for training camp at Concordia University in Mequon, Wis., and begin workouts Friday. A look at the players who will be vying for positions:

    No. Player Ht. Wt. Age Exp. College

    QUARTERBACKS (4)

    8 Bruce Gradkowski 6-1 220 25 3 Toledo

    10 Marc Bulger 6-3 204 31 8 West Virginia

    12 Trent Green 6-3 208 38 15 Indiana

    13 Brock Berlin 6-1 215 27 1 Miami (FL)

    RUNNING BACKS (7)

    22 Travis Minor 5-10 203 29 8 Florida State

    23 Brian Leonard 6-1 229 24 2 Rutgers

    30 Antonio Pittman 5-11 207 22 2 Ohio State

    38 Russ Weil 6-0 258 23 R* Illinois

    39 Steven Jackson 6-2 235 25 5 Oregon State

    44 Lance Ball 5-9 232 23 R* Maryland

    49 Richard Owens 6-4 273 27 5 Louisville

    WIDE RECEIVERS (13)

    6 Matt Caddell 6-0 200 23 R* Alabama

    11 Shaine Smith 6-2 189 24 1 Hofstra

    14 Keenan Burton 6-0 202 23 R* Kentucky

    15 Marques Hagans 5-10 205 25 2 Virginia

    16 Brandon Williams 5-11 170 24 3 Wisconsin

    17 Donnie Avery 5-11 184 24 R* Houston

    18 Eric Fowler 6-2 211 23 1 Grand Valley State

    19 Derek Stanley 5-11 179 22 1 Wisc.-Whitewater

    81 Torry Holt 6-0 190 32 10 North Carolina State

    82 Dante Hall 5-8 187 29 9 Texas A&M

    83 Drew Bennett 6-5 196 29 8 UCLA

    86 Reche Caldwell 6-0 210 29 7 Florida

    89 Dane Looker 6-0 194 32 8 Washington

    TIGHT ENDS (5)

    47 Nick Cleaver 6-3 245 23 R* New Mexico State

    48 Dedrick Harrington 6-3 248 24 1 Missouri

    84 Randy McMichael 6-3 255 29 7 Georgia

    87 Anthony Becht 6-5 280 30 9 West Virginia

    88 Joe Klopfenstein 6-5 262 24 3 Colorado

    OFFENSIVE LINE (16)

    60 Nick Leckey (C) 6-3 302 26 5 Kansas State

    61 Donovan Raiola (C) 6-2 293 25 1 Wisconsin

    62 Dustin Fry (C) 6-3 326 24 2 Clemson

    63 Jacob Bell (G) 6-4 295 27 5 Miami (OH)

    64 Stephen Sene (T) 6-5 326 24 R* Liberty

    65 Brett Romberg (C) 6-2 298 28 5 Miami (FL)

    66 Mark Setterstrom (G) 6-4 314 24 3 Minnesota

    67 Roy Schuening (G) 6-3 310 24 R* Oregon State

    68 Richie Incognito (G) 6-3 318 25 4 Nebraska

    70 Alex Barron (T) 6-7 315 25 4 Florida State

    71 Rob Petitti (T) 6-6 327 26 4 Pittsburgh

    73 Adam Goldberg (T) 6-7 318 27 6 Wyoming

    75 Mark LeVoir (T) 6-7 306 25 2 Notre Dame

    76 Orlando Pace (T) 6-7 325 32 12 Ohio State

    77 Brandon Gorin (T) 6-6 308 30 7 Purdue

    79 John Greco (T) 6-4 314 23 R* Toledo

    DEFENSIVE LINE (13)

    69 Josh Thompson (DT) 6-0 313 23 R* Auburn

    71 Vernon Bryant (DT) 6-2 289 24 R* Hampton

    72 Chris Long (DE) 6-3 263 23 R* Virginia

    90 Adam Carriker (DL) 6-6 308 24 2 Nebraska

    91 Leonard Little (DE) 6-3 263 33 11 Tennessee

    92 Eric Moore (DE) 6-4 268 27 4 Florida State

    93 Willie Williams (DT) 6-4 305 23 R* Louisville

    94 Victor Adeyanju (DE) 6-4 270 25 3 Indiana

    95 Clifton Ryan (DT) 6-3 316 24 2 Michigan State

    96 James Hall (DE) 6-2 280 31 9 Michigan

    97 La'Roi Glover (DT) 6-2 290 34 13 San Diego State

    98 C.J. Ah You (DE) 6-4 275 26 1 Oklahoma

    99 Claude Wroten (DT) 6-2 295 24 3 LSU

    LINEBACKERS (9)

    50 Pisa Tinoisamoa 6-1 240 27 6 Hawaii

    51 Will Witherspoon 6-1 240 27 7 Georgia

    52 Chris Draft 5-11 236 32 10 Stanford

    53 Quinton Culberson 6-1 244 22 2 Mississippi State

    55 Marc Magro 6-3 246 23 R* West Virginia

    56 Vince Hall 5-11 238 23 R* Virginia Tech

    57 Chris Chamberlain 6-1 230 22 R* Tulsa

    58 David Vobora 6-1 238 22 R* Idaho

    59 Tim McGarigle 6-0 240 24 2 Northwestern

    SECONDARY (13)

    20 Jonathan Wade (CB) 5-10 195 24 2 Tennessee

    21 Oshiomogho Atogwe (S) 5-11 210 27 4 Stanford

    24 Ron Bartell (CB) 6-1 209 26 4 Howard

    25 Corey Chavous (S) 6-1 208 32 11 Vanderbilt

    26 Tye Hill (CB) 5-10 185 26 3 Clemson

    27 David Macklin (CB) 5-10 197 30 9 Penn State

    31 Darius Vinnett (CB) 5-8 170 23 2 Arkansas

    32 Justin King (CB) 5-11 188 21 R* Penn State

    34 Fakhir Brown (CB) 5-11 195 30 9 Grambling

    35 Todd Johnson (S) 6-1 200 29 6 Florida

    41 Eric Bassey (S) 6-1 209 25 2 Oklahoma

    42 Jerome Carter (S) 5-11 219 25 4 Florida State

    43 Justin McKinney (CB) 5-10 188 24 R* Kansas State

    SPECIALISTS (5)

    2 Sean Douglas (P) 6-1 216 24 1 Washington

    3 Josh Brown (K) 6-0 212 29 6 Nebraska

    5 Donnie Jones (P) 6-3 222 28 5 LSU

    9 Justin Medlock (K) 5-11 201 24 1 UCLA

    45 Chris Massey (LS) 6-0 245 28 7 Marshall


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    Re: Rams lineup for camp

    72 Chris Long (DE) 6-3 263 23 R* Virginia
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that another 10 pounds lighter than the combine, which was 10 pounds lighter than his UVA playing weight?

    I understand he's moving further outside the line (3-4 DE to 4-3 DE), but I hope his strength hasn't suffered from the weight loss.
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    Re: Rams lineup for camp

    #49- Richard Owens (6' 4"- 273lbs) MINGYA!!! Now that's a real "FULL"back. Obviously his arms aren't long enough to push himself away from the breakfast, lunch and dinner table.

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    Re: Rams lineup for camp

    I'm suprised by Alex Barron's youth. At twenty-five I'd have guessed him to be twenty-seven or eight. He's been around awhile now and I'm also suprised by his size. I didn't guess him to be 6' 7".

    The entire OL corps impressed me with its size. I can see the RAMS tryouts now: "OK boys, lie down on the ground, we're going to measure you".

    LINEHAN: "Wait a minute, wait a minute. We don't want to see how long these boys are. We want to see how tall they are".
    "The horror"

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    Re: Rams lineup for camp

    Quote Originally Posted by HUbison View Post
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that another 10 pounds lighter than the combine, which was 10 pounds lighter than his UVA playing weight?

    I understand he's moving further outside the line (3-4 DE to 4-3 DE), but I hope his strength hasn't suffered from the weight loss.
    While Strahan made his mark as a heavy but quick DE, to be in the 260's to low 270's is probably where we want Chris to be, just so that he can be a quick as we need him to be. Remember, he did play most of his career as a 3-4 end, so he was a bit bulked up for that.

    I'm sure that Chris has made sure that he hasn't lost any strength. If he has, though, Howie will just have to come to town and arm wrestle him till he's back in form. That or get Chuck Norris to be his PT.

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    Re: Rams lineup for camp

    Quote Originally Posted by TekeRam View Post
    While Strahan made his mark as a heavy but quick DE, to be in the 260's to low 270's is probably where we want Chris to be, just so that he can be a quick as we need him to be. Remember, he did play most of his career as a 3-4 end, so he was a bit bulked up for that.

    I'm sure that Chris has made sure that he hasn't lost any strength. If he has, though, Howie will just have to come to town and arm wrestle him till he's back in form. That or get Chuck Norris to be his PT.
    "Frickin Chuck Norris!"

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    Re: Rams lineup for camp

    [QUOTE=TekeRam; That or get Chuck Norris to be his PT.[/QUOTE]

    If he can't help as a personal trainer, i'm sure he could give Long some GREAT acting lessons! As Chuck is a MASTER THESPIAN OF THE CINEMA!!


    RAM ON!
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