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    Rams in NFL-Europe

    NFLE kicks off today. So I thought I'd give a reminder, we have three Rams (including one Hawkeye for RF16) playing in Europe.
    Ramsí WR Jeremy Carter will update fans on his progress with the Frankfurt Galaxy with a diary from NFL Europe . Carter, an undrafted free agent signed by the Rams in 2005, is in his first NFL Europe season and is one of three Rams allocated to NFL Europe, joining WR Brandon Middleton (Rhein Fire) and RB Fred Russell (Cologne Centurions).
    So in case you needed another reason to watch NFLE (and you shouldn't need a reason to watch football...but I digress), we've got Rams on Frankfurt, Rhein and Cologne.

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    NFL Network will air a game tonight at 6pm CST. I don't think that it is any of our guys teams, but it is football during this basketball blitz....

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    I was able to catch the first 20 min of the galaxy and fire game. On the first play of Fire's second possesion they went with an end-around to our Brandon Middleton who picked up a solid 10 yards. No big deal but it was pretty cool to watch...

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    Fred Russel starts. Today he had 22 carries for 85yds.

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    My cousins friend plays for the Sea Devils,my cousin works in his Gym,his name is Aden Durde he is a linebacker,I met him when he was playing for the Claymores,nice guy

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    Got to be honest..............

    As a European fan of the NFL I have had absolutely no interest in NFLE after it became NFL Germany.

    One of the NFL's dumbest moves was going after the short term cash rather than trying to build interest for the future.

    The Monarchs used to be able to fill Wembley stadium, if they were ever revived they couldn't fill a phone box.

    Parochial I know, but I remember the excitement that the original league created and this is a rather pale version of it's original self.


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