Free agent linebacker Jo-Lonn Dunbar announced on Monday that he has worn Jo-Lonn Dunbar Rams Jersey and signed with the St. Louis Rams. Dunbar was a more than capable replacement for New Orleans Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma this past season when Vilma missed several games because of injury. Dunbar posted this on his Social Network account: “I am excited nervous & happy to 2 be a Ram. Im blessed for the opportunity. Id like 2 thk god 1st NOLA & Saints Thk u 4 making my dreams come true. “2 STL winning is everything & the only thing. I am ready to give my ALL each & every day. Word hard, Hard work.” The Saints signed two linebackers earlier in free agency – Curtis Lofton from the Atlanta Falcons and Chris Chamberlain from the St. Louis Rams. The Saints now have lost four starters from the 2011 season in free agency: receiver Robert Meachem to the Chargers, cornerbacker Tracy Porter to the Broncos and guard Carl Nicks to the Buccaneers. You can log on our Online NFL Shop and select our best quality Jo-Lonn Dunbar Rams Jersey and St. Louis Rams Jerseys if you are die-hard fans of Jo-Lonn Dunbar and St. Louis Rams.
St. Louis Rams quarterbacks Sam Bradford and A.J. Feeley missed practice Tuesday, the first week of preparation for Saturday’s game against Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh. One hopeful sign was that Bradford was out of the protective boot and professed to be sick of riding the stationary bike. Feeley still cannot squeeze a football because of swelling. So, Kellen Clemens is in line to wear St. Louis Rams Jerseys and start if Sam Bradford does not recover. On the chances that Bradford would wear St. Louis Rams Jerseys and play Saturday, Coach Steve Spagnuolo said, “It is not going to be until he is right, but we have seen him do that before and be right.” Other players who did not practice were cornerback Justin King and defensive end Chris Long. Cornerback Josh Gordy was limited to the walk-through. Wide receiver Brandon Lloyd did not wear St. Louis Rams Jerseys and practice because of illness and was sent home early. As expected, the Rams placed linebacker Josh Hull on the injured-reserve list because of a high ankle sprain he suffered Sunday in the loss to Cincinnati. St. Louisan Mike McNeill, a graduate of Kirkwood High, was added to the roster. McNeil, a tight end who went to Nebraska, was signed from the Colts’ practice squad. “I remember Billy and the staff had an eyeball on him” at the Senior Bowl, Spagnuolo said. “Mike wanted to come back here and be a part of our team, which was great.” You can log on our Online NFL Shop and select our best quality Josh Hull Jersey and St. Louis Rams Jerseys if you are die-hard fans of Josh Hull and St. Louis Rams.
Following a workout on Monday afternoon in Seattle, Washington, the St. Louis Rams have made the decision to start quarterback Sam Bradford after missing practice plus last week’s game. The Rams were down to third string signal caller Tom Brandstater and recently acquired Kellen Clemens after backup A.J. Feeley wore St. Louis Rams Jerseys and suffered a fracture in the thumb of his right hand last Sunday. Bradford wore Sam Bradford Jersey and sustained a high ankle sprain on October 16 at Green Bay. Since then, the former top overall pick in 2010 had worn Sam Bradford Jersey and made a return, but found himself back on the inactive list when the left ankle became a problem following the November 27 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Perhaps Bradford’s worst game as professional quarterback, he did wear St. Louis Rams Jerseys and throw for 203 yards on 17-31 passing, but he had never looked more out of sync with his receivers until then. You can log on our Online NFL Shop and select our best quality Sam Bradford Jersey and St. Louis Rams Jerseys if you are die-hard fans of Sam Bradford and St. Louis Rams.
The St. Louis Rams’ offensive woes just get more and more oppressive: Their best play of the night, Sam Bradford’s pass to an open-in-space Steven Jackson for 50 yards, got them all the way to the one yard line after the Seattle Seahawks were called for pass interference against Brandon Lloyd in the end zone. Coming next, if you could not guess: Steven Jackson wore Steven Jackson Jersey and took a direct snap, for no gain; Sam Bradford wore St. Louis Rams Jerseys and made an awful mental mistake and got called for intentional grounding; Sam Bradford has no open receivers in the end zone and throws the ball into the stands. Three plays, negative-10 yards, a Josh Brown 29-yard field goal. and the Rams trail 13-6, which is the Ramsiest score there is. Bradford, even after that 50-yard completion, is 6-for-18 with 109 yards and an interception. Jackson has been neutralized in the second half; he has worn Steven Jackson Jersey and got 15 carries for 56.
Greg Salas was upgraded to a full practice on Thursday. Salas will be active and looking to redeem himself in Week 3 after wearing Greg Salas Rams Jersey, muffing a punt and making a critical drop in St. Louis’ Week 2 loss to the Giants. You can log on our Online NFL Shop and select our best quality Greg Salas Rams Jersey and St. Louis Rams Jerseys if you are die-hard fans of St. Louis Rams.
Under the new collective bargaining agreement, the mandatory veteran reporting date is no earlier than 15 days before the first preseason game. The first day is limited to physicals and meetings, and the second and third day workouts have no pads or contact. Teams can have only one padded practice per day in camp.
Vermeil, who was famous for his tough training camps, visited the Rams on Thursday. He was once the coach for those wearing St. Louis Rams jerseys. He expressed his opinions about the new practice rule.
“I don’t like the restrictions they gave to practice time,” Vermeil said of the new rules. “It’s going to be hard to get better. The fortunate thing is everybody is operating within the same rules. You just have to do a better job within them.
“I think it’s going to hurt the quarterbacks, especially the young ones. It’s going to hurt the medium player, the average guy. How does he get better and hang on the roster next year? How are young kids coming up going to make it when you don’t give them any reps?”
Vermeil emphasized to the players to rise above the new rules. He encouraged the team to find a way to do the most within the new rules and to be successful.