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VIDEO: Chris Long, William Hayes raise awareness for homelessness

St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long and William Hayes dressed up earlier this year to help raise awareness for homelessness. The two men were almost unrecognizable as they pretended to be homeless on the streets of St. Louis. SportsCenter will feature the full length film on Sunday night, but the previews released by the Rams and ESPN both make it look like a must-see film.  ...
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Top 5 moments fans would’ve seen if Hard Knocks had chosen St. Louis Rams

This week is was announced that the Houston Texans would be the stars of HBO’s Hard Knocks, an annual four-to-five week look at one NFL team’s life and dynamics during training camp. The show is immensely popular for both its sense of voyeurism into the heavily concealed world behind NFL doors, as well as its knack for drawing out highly compelling human interest stories amongst...
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Rams William Hayes, Chris Long to explore homelessness in ESPN piece

William Hayes is living the good life these days. The former Winston-Salem State star is heading into his eight NFL season as member of the St. Louis Rams. But he recently got a look at what life is like on the other side of the tracks. Hayes is set to appear in “Life On The Streets,” an ESPN feature.   From a WSSU press release: "In an effort to get a closer look at...
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WATCH: William Hayes and Chris Long raise awareness of homelessness

St. Louis Rams defensive ends Chris Long and William Hayes dressed up as homeless people and spent time on the streets of St. Louis earlier this year. The project is designed to raise awareness of homelessness in the St. Louis area. Check out the trailer here: William Hayes & @JOEL9ONE set out to live on the streets of St. Louis. Watch the feature "Home" this Sunday. https...
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Rams DE Chris Long helps a fan sell his lawnmower on Craigslist

St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long might have just helped out one of his biggest fans. It's not often an athlete or celebrity will respond to one of your Tweets, but when they do it can be quite helpful.  For @FalconsM5, he was just trying to figure out a way to sell his lawnmower on Craigslist. And what better way than to have a professional athlete with over 17,000 followers...
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Chris Long Helps Out Fan Selling Lawnmower, Retweets Craigslist Ad

Not getting enough traction on one of your Craigslist postings? Just get on Twitter and ask your favorite athlete (or celebrity) if they’ll do you a solid by tweeting out the link. He or she likely won’t — unless it’s Rams defensive end Chris Long. A Falcons blogger asked Long to retweet his lawnmower listing on Tuesday, valued at $35, and he actually obliged: @JOEL9ONE...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: St. Louis Rams DE Chris Long Eats Crawfish Whole--Claws and All!

St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long is a big ole boy and I will never criticize a big ole boy for how he eats. Clearly it has not harmed him in anyway and with the career that he has had you could say it has only done him a lot of good. So if the big man wants to eat his crawfish whole--I'm talking about the head, the claws, the shell, and everything else--I say all the power...
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WATCH: You have to see the way Rams DE Chris Long eats crawfish to believe it

It’s not easy making it to the NFL. In addition to being an extremely large human being, you have to have incredible coordination, athleticism, determination, and a willingness to take risks. There’s no doubt that St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long has that last quality in spades. Just check out the way he eats crawfish… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: The five best...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

St. Louis Rams DE Chris Long Could be Cap Casualty in 2016

In a pre-draft mailbag column, ESPN St. Louis Rams reporter Nick Wagoner fielded a question from a reader asking which among linebacker James Laurinaitis or defensive end Chris Long would the Rams try to replace first. Wagoner believes that the Rams will attempt to move on from Long in 2016, citing Laurinaitis’ leadership, relatively low cap number and on-field durability for...
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April 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Chris Long complains about NFL drug tests with hilarious tweets

St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long sent a series of hilarious tweets on Monday night to complain about some drug tests he received from the NFL. Long said he was drug tested twice in a matter of five days, which led him to be annoyed. He responded by sending several sarcastic and joking tweets....Read More
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February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

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