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Los Angeles Rams should target free agent tight end Martellus Bennett

Free agent tight end Martellus Bennett was among the top receiving and pass blocking players at his position with the New England Patriots. Rotoworld.com lists Bennett as the best free agent tight end in the NFL. Could he be a good fit for the Los Angeles Rams, who are looking to improve on a historically bad offensive season in 2016? Here’s what football analyst Elliot Harrison...
Via The Rams Wire
8 days ago

Will the Rams cut Lance Kendricks, Eugene Sims or Greg Robinson?

The Los Angeles Rams front office has some huge decisions to make in the upcoming offseason when it comes to cap space and player personnel. The Rams have $38,985,625 in cap space to work with in free agency, which is No. 14 overall in the NFL. That’s certainly a better position than the Dallas Cowboys (more than $10 million over the cap) as well as the New York Jets ($2 million...
Via The Rams Wire
9 days ago

Eugene Sims Indicates He’s Re-Signing With Rams

Eugene Sims indicated on his Instagram account on Saturday that he’s re-signing with the Rams. Vincent Bonsignore of the L.A. Times reports that an agreement hasn’t been completed as of now, but his signing appears to be imminent. Sims, 29, is a former sixth-round pick of the Rams back in 2010. He wound up signing a two-year contract extension with the Rams back in 2013 and...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 12, 2016  |  Discuss

WATCH: Martellus Bennett calls Rams player a 'little b---h'

The Bennett brothers are always good for a few legendary quotes during the course of an NFL season. It was Bears tight end Martellus Bennett’s turn after Chicago emerged victorious from St. Louis with a 37-13 win. Bennett was quite candid in a postgame interview with a reporter when he weighed in about the current state of the Rams with a clever zing. “I consider St. Louis...
Via The Sports Daily
November 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Rams' Sims, Reynolds back at practice for first time since Week 1

St. Louis Rams defensive end Eugene Sims returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since injuring his knee in Week 1.Sims, ironically, was hurt as he made one of the biggest plays of the game in the Rams' season-opening upset of the Seattle Seahawks. He sacked quarterback Russell Wilson at the end of regulation to send the contest into overtime.“I was pretty happy with...
Via FOX Sports
October 08, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Indianapolis Colts RB Josh Robinson Upends Rams DE Eugene Sims

If there is one way a rookie running back can earn time it is by showing that he is a capable pass protector. Indianapolis Colts rookie running back Josh Robinson did just that (for one play at least) against the St. Louis Rams Saturday night when he upended Rams defensive end Eugene Sims.You can teell he really wanted to hit someone. The tackle could have easily picked Sims up,...
Via FatManWriting
August 30, 2015  |  Discuss

This story about William Hayes and Eugene Sims might make you cry

A couple weeks back, William Hayes and Eugene Sims both missed a stretch of practice due to deaths in the family. Neither defensive lineman missed any game time, which is pretty amazing considering what the two were going through. Yesterday, ESPN’s Nick Wagoner shed some light on Sims’ and Hayes’ loss. Within just a few days of each other, Hayes lost his grandmother, Bessie...
Via cover32 - Rams
December 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Here’s a GIF of Eugene Sims’ two (non-)penalties vs. the Cowboys (Prepare to rage)

You may recall a couple of egregious penalties on Rams defensive end Eugene Sims in last Sunday’s excruciating loss to the Cowboys. Both calls came late in each half, and it could be reasonably argued that both calls directly hurt the Rams’ chances to win the game. The first terrible call was a roughing the passer penalty with just 18 seconds left in the first half. The 15-yard...
Via cover32 - Rams
September 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Rams DE Sims appealing fine for hit on Saints RB Sproles

St. Louis Rams defensive end Eugene Sims tells The Associated Press he's been fined $7,875 for a hit on the Saints' Darren Sproles, and that he is appealing. NFL spokesman Randall Liu says he hadn't received any fine information and that the league typically receives and confirms fines on Friday. Sims was penalized for unnecessary roughness in the first quarter and says Wednesday...
Via Associated Press
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Rams DE Sims says he's appealing fine

St. Louis Rams defensive end Eugene Sims tells The Associated Press he's been fined $7,875 for a hit on the Saints' Darren Sproles, and that he is appealing. NFL spokesman Randall Liu says he hadn't received any fine information and that the league typically receives and confirms fines on Friday. Sims was penalized for unnecessary roughness in the first quarter and says Wednesday...
Via Associated Press
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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