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    Free agent QB A.J. Feeley will visit with the Rams, a league source tells Aaron Wilson.
    Feeley would be an interesting fit for the Rams. He knows offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur from their time together in Philadelphia and can play in the West Coast offense. With Matt Moore being handed the gig in Carolina, Feeley likely sees St. Louis as a place he could compete to start.

    Source: Aaron Wilson on Twitter

    Meh. I guess it's good we're starting to get people in to St. Louis. I don't think I would care one way of the other if he eventually signs.

  • #2
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    Update from same source is that he is expected to sign here.


    • #3
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      lol aj feeley is guna sign with the rams according to the natinoal fotball post (sorry cant post link) WHAT A SPLASH THE RAMS R MAKIN


      • #4
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        i actually quite like the guy. I remember him playing for the eagles when mcnabb was out. May not be the guy we're hoping for, but hes cheaper than Bulger and might be worth a punt. Hopefully this might point to us picking Suh (grasping at straws i know)


        • #5
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          He's probably a better QB than Boller at this point.


          • #6
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            AJ FEELEY!!! NO WAY!!! Superbowl here we come.


            • #7
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              I sincerely hope its for a back-up role. Not the answer at QB the Rams need.


              • #8
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                Originally posted by shower beers
                He's probably a better QB than Boller at this point.
                Not by much, though. Dude hasn't played since 2007.


                • #9
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                  I say sign feeley and draft a QB in 2nd-3rd rd or wait till locket or houston cougar QB comes out in 2011. Some of here want a savior and vick, others are not going to provide that and don't want to give up a draft pick for vick, mcnabb, etc.


                  • #10
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                    Originally posted by Bing69
                    i actually quite like the guy. I remember him playing for the eagles when mcnabb was out. May not be the guy we're hoping for, but hes cheaper than Bulger and might be worth a punt. Hopefully this might point to us picking Suh (grasping at straws i know)
                    I actually think the opposite, Feely is not a starting caliber QB in this league which makes me think they really want Bradford as long as his health can check out. Go into camp with Feeley, Bradford, and Null and I guess let them battle it out?


                    • #11
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                      Hell, draft Suh anyway and let him play QB. Problem solved


                      • #12
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                        Suh would probably do better than The Bulge or Boller lol, at least he'd be hard to sack.


                        • #13
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                          Ok, i jumped the gun with Feeley. I saw his stats and not doing it for me. For that sign josh johnson/ David Carr. I thought Feeley had better stats.


                          • #14
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                            THIS is our first move, first day of FA and our first priority is AJ Feely, wow . . . .


                            • #15
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                              Originally posted by dave626
                              THIS is our first move, first day of FA and our first priority is AJ Feely, wow . . . .
                              well who else do you want us to go after? you have to remember that guys have to want to come here too, we cant make them no matter how much we would like to!


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                              • dgr828
                                Not feeling it from Feeley
                                by dgr828
                                Its should take a short period of time for the Rams #1 pick, Sam Bradford, to take over the reigns as the team's starting quarterback, once he signs his huge contract.
                                The prospects of Adam Joshua Feeley leading the Rams at QB for the entire season makes it hard to believe that anything positive could come out of that.
                                A.J. is nothing more than a career backup, at best.
                                In college, he backed up Joey Harrington at Oregon.
                                He's been a 3rd stringer for the Eagles.
                                He bombed in Miami and couldn't get on the field in San Diego.

                                Feeley went back to Philly and got beat out for the 2nd string spot by an aging Jeff Garcia...Seriously, Garcia would be a better fit for the Rams right now.

                                Last year AJ had a cup of coffee with the Carolina Panthers.

                                How long will AJ Feeley be needed to keep the QB seat warm for SAM?

                                Could AJ Feeley surprisingly have a breakout year?

                                Will AJ Feeley be a good mentor for a rookie quarterback?

                                Was Feeley a good pickup by the Rams?
                                -07-11-2010, 11:52 AM
                              • Warner4prez
                                Rams Close to a Deal With AJ Feely
                                by Warner4prez
                                Posted by Michael David Smith on March 5, 2010 10:49 AM ET
                                We still don't know who the St. Louis Rams' starting quarterback will be this season. But we may have learned today who their backup will be.

                                Our old friend Aaron Wilson tweeted, and Rams Billy Devaney "pretty much confirmed" in a radio interview, that the Rams are close to a deal with free agent quarterback A.J. Feeley.

                                Feeley was most recently under contract with the Panthers, but he never played in a game for Carolina. He last got on the field in the regular season in 2007, when he started two games for the Eagles. He's also played for the Dolphins.

                                The 32-year-old Feeley has been a backup to Donovan McNabb before, and it's possible that he could be be a backup to McNabb again in 2010. Or he could be a backup to Marc Bulger, Michael Vick, Sam Bradford or whoever else the Rams have under center.
                                -03-05-2010, 07:54 AM
                              • MauiRam
                                A.J. Feeley holds Rams No. 1 QB spot — for now ..
                                by MauiRam
                                BY JIM THOMAS Friday, August 6, 2010 12:10 am

                                "Just like I stated all spring, if we played today — I'm sticking with it — if we played today, A.J. would be the guy. Maybe I should put that on tape."

                                Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo has been so unwavering in that answer that he hasn't even been asked about it since the start of training camp last week.

                                But in the grand scheme of things, A.J. Feeley knows he's merely keeping the seat warm at quarterback. A 10-year veteran of the NFL who is well-schooled in the West Coast scheme, Feeley can be a valuable mentor for No. 1 overall pick Sam Bradford.

                                Then again, Feeley wants to play. He doesn't want to help Bradford too much, does he?

                                "I want to help him out as much as he wants to be helped out," Feeley said. "But everybody wants to play. If you don't want to play, you shouldn't be in this position. It's what you do."

                                But Feeley is quick to add: "The nature of playing quarterback is you help each other out in the meeting room. Those guys that don't have good meeting rooms, where the guys don't get along, that's where bad things happen. But we have a great group."

                                Feeley, 33, is surrounded by two rookies — Bradford and Thaddeus Lewis — and second-year man Keith Null in the meeting room at Rams Park. That's a lot of inexperience.

                                "My mind-set going into this thing is to get this team ready to play," Feeley said. "And offensively, it's to go in there and be the guy and run with it. But in the meeting room and outside of that, I'm there to help those guys out as much as possible."

                                That mind-set explains in part why the Rams signed Feeley to a two-year, $6 million free-agent contract in March. They feel he's someone capable of starting a few games if need be until Bradford is deemed ready. But his knowledge of the offense — and the coaches — should help Bradford get ready.

                                "Feeley's being something like a big brother to Sam is the best way I can put it," rookie wide receiver Mardy Gilyard said. "He's the leader of the bunch. He's the No. 1 guy. He knows his checks. He's confident in his throws. He's telling our receivers exactly where he's going to put the ball and how we should run our routes.

                                "And Sam, he has a lot to learn. That's why I'm glad that we have A.J. here so Sam can be able to cling on his leg in a sense and learn everything he can learn."

                                During the summer break from mid-June to reporting day last week, Feeley worked at home in San Diego with noted quarterback trainer Todd Durkin.

                                "He works out a bunch of quarterbacks — Drew (Brees), Aaron Rodgers, all those guys," Feeley said.

                                Feeley trained in the morning with Durkin, and then again in the afternoon. It was his own pre-camp version of two-a-days,...
                                -08-06-2010, 12:34 AM
                              • r8rh8rmike
                                Feeley Out This Week
                                by r8rh8rmike
                                Feeley Out This Week
                                Sunday, August 22, 2010

                                By Nick Wagoner
                                Senior Writer

                                With the relentless pounding of the rain all around him making for wet and wild conditions on the grass field at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Saturday night, Rams quarterback A.J. Feeley couldn’t help but think of days past spent playing in the sandlot with his buddies.

                                “You have to look at the situation with the elements and the weather (and enjoy it),” Feeley said. “It was like backyard football. It is what it is. You have to make the most of it and use it to your advantage. There might be a situation this year where we have to play in the same kind of weather and we have been there, done that.”

                                Although his stay in the Rams’ 19-17 win against the Browns was brief, Feeley clearly was having a good time on his only series of the night.

                                In the aftermath of struggling with the rest of the first team offense in his limited repetitions against the Vikings – he was three of six for 19 yards in two series - Feeley made it clear that he wasn’t pleased with his performance.

                                Like any competitor, Feeley spent last week itching to get back on the field and had coach Steve Spagnuolo pushing for he and his teammates to get off to a much quicker start against the Browns.

                                Before he even stepped on the field, Feeley was buoyed by the presence of running back Steven Jackson in the backfield. He says it was noticeable how much respect Cleveland’s defense paid to Jackson and it was clear how that could loosen things up for him to find open receivers.

                                “It was great,” Feeley said. “Having that guy in the backfield takes a load off. You can definitely see they respect him when he’s back there. Anytime you motion to give him the ball they are going to respect that. As a quarterback, that makes it a little bit easier.”

                                With Jackson behind him and a healthy offensive line consisting of the five players the Rams would like to start the season with, Feeley came out firing.

                                He hit tight end Billy Bajema for a 16-yard gain on the first offensive play from scrimmage. Four plays later, he stood strong in the pocket as Browns linebacker Chris Gocong came free up the middle and delivered a strike to Danny Amendola for 7 yards and a first down on third-and-2 to extend the drive.

                                Feeley came up shaken from the hit and holding his right (throwing) elbow. The injury would put Feeley on the sideline for the rest of the game but not until he finished his initial drive and completed the task of getting off to a fast start.

                                “(It was) just one of those things,” Feeley said. “I figured if I gave it a little time the pain would go away. We were lucky enough to get it in the end zone a couple of plays later. The guy came through free in the middle. He took his helmet and hit me in the elbow. It was just one of...
                                -08-23-2010, 03:55 PM
                              • r8rh8rmike
                                A.J. Feeley's Career Numbers
                                by r8rh8rmike
                                A.J. Feeley's career numbers

                                The Feeley File

                                Age — 32
                                NFL — 9 seasons
                                Teams — Philadelphia, Miami, San Diego, Carolina
                                Starts 15
                                Pass att. 665
                                Pass cmp. 372
                                Pct. 55.9
                                Yards 4,070
                                TD 27
                                Int 29
                                QB rate 69.6
                                -03-06-2010, 10:29 AM