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    Grant Williams sprained an ankle. Not thought to be serious.

    DeJuan Groce sprained a knee and is returning to St. Louis for further observation

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    Thanks for the update.


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    • Nick
      Report: Bruschi suffered stroke-like symptoms
      by Nick
      Report: Bruschi suffered stroke-like symptoms
      Wednesday, February 16, 2005 news services

      BOSTON -- New England Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston on Wednesday after complaining of headaches.

      WBZ-TV in Boston reported Wednesday that Bruschi had stroke-like symptoms, partial paralysis and blurred vision.

      Bruschi was to spend the night at the hospital and more tests were scheduled for Thursday morning, team spokesman Stacey James said.

      "He is in good condition and will be held for further evaluations," the team said in a statement. "The Bruschi family appreciates everyone's concern, but requests that you respect their privacy at this time."

      A spokeswoman for Massachusetts General Hospital would neither confirm nor deny Bruschi had been admitted and referred all questions to the Patriots.

      Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who was attending the men's college basketball game between Boston College and Rutgers on Wednesday night, declined comment.

      Bruschi, a 6-foot-1, 247-pound nine-year NFL veteran, is a key member of New England's defense that has helped the team win three of the past four Super Bowls, including a 24-21 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Feb. 6.

      Bruschi, selected in the third round of the 1996 draft out of Arizona, was second on the team in tackles during the regular season with 122, behind only safety Rodney Harrison with 138. He also had 3 sacks and three interceptions during the regular season.

      He had two fumble recoveries in the team's 20-3 divisional playoff win over the Indianapolis Colts, and an interception in the Super Bowl.

      He has 753 tackles, 25 sacks and 11 interceptions in his career.

      He also played in last weekend's Pro Bowl in Hawaii for the first time.
      -02-17-2005, 05:54 AM
    • RamWraith
      Team Report: Inside Slant
      by RamWraith
      Inside Slant | Notes and Quotes | Strategy and Personnel
      --As the Rams prepared for the start of training camp, more reports surfaced that new owners Chip Rosenbloom and Lucia Rodriguez were trying to sell the team.

      The Sports Business Journal reported that the club had hired Moag & Co., a Baltimore-based investment company, "to find a group of possible buyers."
      Rams president John Shaw responded to the initial report by saying, "I'm not going to comment on what we have or haven't done. Basically the only thing I can reiterate is what Chip (Rosenbloom) has said all along, that we're not actively seeking to sell."

      Rosenbloom later confirmed to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that Moag & Co. had been hired. However, Rosenbloom said the purpose was for the company to gather the numerous inquiries that have been made regarding a possible sale.

      "We finally said, 'You know what, this is not how we want to spend eight hours a day. We need somebody to handle them,'" Rosenbloom said. "It would be totally inaccurate to say (Moag) is searching for buyers.

      "We did not authorize (Moag) to go out and say, 'Hey, the team's up for sale.' It's simply returning these people's phone calls."

      However, Rosenbloom also added, "It's the same as it's been. If the right person at the time right time with the right price came, I suppose that you might sell your house, right? So, I don't say never. ... If we get a phone call today from somebody who says the right things, we would listen. And that's why Moag is there."

      Of course, most people don't sell their house unless it's put on the market. Rosenbloom acknowledged that the potential estate tax due for inheriting the team will be an issue. Rosenbloom and Rodriguez each became 30-percent owners when their mother, Georgia Frontiere, died in January.

      "We don't know what we're going to be able to do, what we might owe in taxes," Rosenbloom said. "We don't know what the overall financial thing will be at the end of dealing with my mom's estate taxes. I do know there are a number of years we can hold onto the team without being concerned about it."

      Fielding offers also can help establish a franchise value, which could be used in figuring the amount of tax owed.

      While Rosenbloom has also insisted that he wants to keep the Rams in St. Louis, it is notable that John Moag, who runs Moag & Co., helped the Browns move to Baltimore in 1996, and he is also involved with renovation plans for the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., that could be used to attract an NFL team to Los Angeles.
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      by ramavenger
      OUT: WR Anquan Boldin (knee) DOUBTFUL: LB Raynoch Thompson (knee) QUESTIONABLE: S Ifeanyi Ohalete (ankle); T L.J. Shelton (back)

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    • r8rh8rmike
      Rams Report Card: Highest Marks For O-LIne, Coaching
      by r8rh8rmike
      Rams Report Card: Highest marks for O-line, coaching

      Monday, September 27, 2010

      Grading the Rams after their 30-16 victory over the Washington Redskins:

      QUARTERBACK: Sam Bradford had the most solid outing of his rookie season. He completed 23 of 37 passes for 235 yards, with a TD and an interception. More important, his teammates credited Bradford with being calm yet firmly in control after the Redskins rallied for the lead in the third quarter. GRADE: B

      RUNNING BACKS: Steven Jackson appeared to be on his way to a big day before a groin injury felled him late in the first half. Kenneth Darby and rookie Keith Toston stepped in nicely for Jackson against a Redskins defense was 8th in the league vs. the run. The Rams finished with a season high 133 rushing yards. GRADE: B+

      RECEIVERS: WR Mark Clayton had another stout performance, with five catches for 85 yards, and Danny Amendola was solid, with six receptions for 56 yards. TE Daniel Fells had a 3-yard TD grab, and rookie TE Fendi Onobun produced a two-catch debut. GRADE: B

      OFFENSIVE LINE: The pass blocking was generally good -- a few early glitches but marked improvement in the second half. Bradford was sacked just once and hit only a few of other times. The run blocking was the best it has been this season, particularly after Jackson left the game. GRADE: B+

      DEFENSIVE LINE: The Redskins averaged 6.8 yards on 17 carries. QB Donovan McNabb was chased out of the pocket several times, but the Rams managed just one sack, by DE James Hall. GRADE: C+

      LINEBACKERS: Pressure by newcomer Bryan Kehl led to a McNabb interception. Kehl was credited with 4 tackles in brief action. MLB James Laurinaitis was credited with a team-high 7 tackles. Good coverage vs. the Redskins TEs. GRADE: B-

      SECONDARY: A 45-yard fumble return by S James Butler set up the Rams' second TD. Coverage suffered when S Oshiomogho Atogwe left with a thigh injury. Redskins WR Santana Moss piled up 124 receiving yards on just 6 catches. GRADE: C+

      SPECIAL TEAMS: Another blocked field goal, the second in three games. But Josh Brown made all three FG tries in the 4th quarter, sealing the win. Donnie Jones averaged 46.0 yards (45.7 net) on three punts. Dominique Curry blocked a Washington punt. Rams coverage was OK, as were their returns. GRADE: C+

      COACHING: Coach Steve Spagnuolo showed some confidence in his offense by going for it on 4th and 1 at the 'Skins 43 in the fourth quarter. The Rams got the first down and finished the drive with a field goal that gave them a two-possession cushion. OC Pat Shurmur mixed it up effectively, even going to four-WR sets several times. Excellent balance: 38 pass plays, 37 runs. DC Ken Flajole was generally aggressive, although the timing was off on several blitzes. GRADE: B+
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    • RamDez
      Rams Report Card: Martz, O-Line ace Seattle test
      by RamDez
      Rams Report Card: Martz, O-Line ace Seattle test

      Post-Dispatch Staff
      Sunday, Nov. 14 2004

      Grading the Rams after their 23-12 victory over the Seattle Seahawks:


      For the second time in his career, Marc Bulger has posted back-to-back passer
      ratings of 100-plus.

      GRADE . . . A minus

      Running backs

      The 1-2 punch at its best, with Marshall Faulk gaining a season-high 139 yards,
      and Stephen Jackson scoring his second touchdown in the NFL.

      GRADE . . . A


      There were a couple of drops, including a costly one by Shaun McDonald over the
      middle in the end zone.

      GRADE . . . B

      Offensive line

      Despite Orlando Pace's ejection and Chris Dishman's injury, this unit performed
      a 180 compared to last week.

      GRADE . . . A

      Defensive line

      The effort was there, but there wasn't much of a pass rush, or enough
      resistance on run defense.

      GRADE . . . C minus


      Some improvement from recent weeks, both in shedding blockers and getting to
      the ball.

      GRADE . . . B minus


      Easily its best outing of the year. Travis Fisher's impact on coverage is
      beginning to be felt.

      GRADE . . . A

      Special teams

      No huge breakdowns, but kickoff coverage is still lacking. Arlen Harris
      provided some spark on kickoff returns.

      GRADE . . . B minus


      With his team in a do-or-die dilemma, Mike Martz's extreme approach during the
      practice week paid dividends.

      GRADE . . . A
      -11-15-2004, 12:18 AM