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  • #2
    That's because Timmerman IS Mr. Work Ethic, baby!

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    • #3
      Aw, rats. Here's the picture I TRIED to attach. Can't figure this computer stuff out!

      http://www.onlineathens.com/images/012900/untitled1.jpg

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      • #4
        Adam Timmerman...

        Adam Timmerman is just another overlooked force on the offensive line of The Greatest Show On Earth. Everyone focuses on the Rams' passing attack, but did you know that the Rams have the highest yards-per-carry average in the NFL? Now that takes one hell of an offensive line.

        :shield:

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        • #5
          Adam looks like a beast in that photo. Wouldn't want to run into him and Grant in a dark alley at night ;)

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          • #6
            I wouldn't want to run into any of the Rams in a dark alley!

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            • #7
              loved the pic Daddo, Us farm boys should stick together. Timmerman is da man on the O line
              :helmet:
              GO CLAYMORES : DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

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              • OrlandoPaceIsMyHero
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                by OrlandoPaceIsMyHero
                I just found this on Wikipedia as I was searching for facts on my favorite offensive linemen:

                http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Timmerman

                I can't believe that he got 8th place is his STATE (does anyone know what state, by the way?) in the 110 hurdles. What a freak!

                See, linemen can be good athletes too!

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                I really hope timmerman regains his form, he sure looks like a shadow of his former self out there. I wonder whether he should sit for a week to see if it heals. No one is tougher than timmerman, but if he cant get closer to full strength, at some point terrell is going to need to get a shot.


                ramming speed to all

                general counsel
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              • RamsFan16
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              • RamWraith
                Timmerman has 'no more thought of playing'
                by RamWraith
                By Jim Thomas
                ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH
                Friday, Jan. 25 2008

                There was a free-agent trip to Detroit last offseason, followed by a training
                camp visit to Jacksonville. But Adam Timmerman probably knew he was done as an
                NFL player when Washington wanted him to visit around Week 6 of the regular
                season.

                Timmerman just said no. He didn't want to uproot his wife and three children
                from their home in St. Charles County.

                After 12 NFL seasons, four Super Bowls, and two Pro Bowls, Timmerman has made a
                seamless transition to life after football.

                "No more thought of playing," he said emphatically.

                He plans to submit his official retirement papers to the NFL in the coming
                weeks. Last spring, Timmerman thought he would miss the game once training camp
                rolled around. But he didn't. Not even when the 2007 regular season started.

                "Especially as the losses started to mount 0-3, 0-4, or whatever I was
                like, 'I'm so glad I'm not sitting in those meeting rooms, because I know how
                brutal that must be,'" Timmerman said.

                The injuries on the Rams' offensive line mounted as quickly as the losses.
                Whether it was at the grocery store or running an errand, Timmerman ran into
                lots of fans who asked, "Hey, they need you. You going to get over there? Are
                they calling?"

                Timmerman lives just 15 minutes from Rams Park, but he never got a call from
                the club. He wasn't really surprised, given his release from the team last
                February. He's not sure if he would have returned anyway.

                "It probably depends on when they would've called," he said. "And depends on
                how that conversation would've went. I don't know what I would've said. It was
                kind of obvious that they needed help on the offensive line."

                Timmerman watched some of the Rams' games, particularly when good friend and
                fellow "Donut Brother" Andy McCollum was in the lineup. But it was tough to
                watch.

                "One game where I was almost embarrassed to be a former Ram was the Baltimore
                game, when we couldn't hardly even get a quarterback out on the field,"
                Timmerman said.

                Wide receiver Marques Hagans took the final two snaps at quarterback because of
                injuries to Marc Bulger and Gus Frerotte. The Rams were carrying only two
                quarterbacks at the time, so there was no one else.

                "It just seemed ridiculous to me," Timmerman said. "That had to be hard on the
                fans. I know it would've been ripping my heart out if I was on the team and
                that was going on. So maybe it was better that I wasn't there."

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                -01-25-2008, 05:08 AM
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