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  • Dishman Signed

    It is being reported the Rams have signed Chris Dishman G/T

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    Hmm, another former Cardinal makes his way to the Rams roster.

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      Is he any good? Looks like the FO is worried about the O-Line staying healthy.

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        This is being reported now as mis-information. DISHMAN HAS NOT BEEN SIGNED!

        PD reporting-- Dishman is NOT signed and the Rams have been unable to reach him as of last night. He has not returned any of the phone calls to the Rams and some in Rams Management wonder if maybe Dishman is no longer interested in playing football.

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          At the risk of redundancy and given the gravity of the situation, i repeat my earlier post on this topic. Start talking contract with Big Jackie. I guarantee he is better able to protect the qb than any of the retreads we will sign at this point.

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          • RamDez
            Tercero, Two Others Released, Kicker Signs
            by RamDez
            Tercero, Two Others Released, Kicker Signs
            Wednesday, July 27, 2005


            By Nick Wagoner
            Staff Writer

            The signing of rookies werenít the only transactions the Rams made Wednesday. After safety Oshiomogho Atogwe signed a three-year deal Dante Ridgeway and Reggie Hodges inked three-year deals and Richie Incognito closed in on a contract, three players were given their release and another player entered the fray.

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            Terceroís release comes as somewhat of a surprise considering the important role he nearly played a year ago. Before he went on the injured reserve list on Nov. 16 with shoulder and wrist injuries, Tercero had emerged as a legitimate candidate to start at left guard or right tackle.

            At the time of his injury, Tercero weighed around 300 pounds, but he lost considerable weight and was unable to put those pounds back on. Without the ability to gain the weight in time for camp, Tercero was given his release.

            Burley spent 14 weeks on the teamís practice squad before a pair of weeks on the active roster. McChesney was an undrafted free agent defensive tackle out of Colorado.

            Hamilton spent part of 2003 camp with Seattle and 2004 camp with Chicago. He has spent the past seven seasons with the Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League. Hamilton is third in Arena League history with 878 kicking points.

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          • theodus69
            anybody signed yet?
            by theodus69
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          • txramsfan
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            by txramsfan
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          • RamWraith
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            by RamWraith
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          • RamWraith
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            by RamWraith
            By Jim Thomas
            Of the Post-Dispatch
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            Tercero was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, ending a season in which he rocketed up the depth chart with a surprisingly strong showing in the preseason and started four regular-season games at left guard.

            "I would've loved to have finished the season," Tercero said. "But to get to play in the first half of the season was great. I got some experience under my belt, and I'm going to try to take it from here and put that into next season."

            With Chris Dishman expected to miss this week's game in Buffalo because of a knee injury, it looks like Tom Nutten will start for the Rams at left guard, the position he manned from 1999 through 2002 in St. Louis, including two Super Bowl starts.

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            -11-17-2004, 10:59 AM
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