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Rams released two wide receivers after missing meetings

This week the St. Louis Rams released both Austin Pettis and Emory Blake after they missed meetings according to ESPN. Jeff Fisher would not throw Pettis under the bus and did thank him for what he had done. “We appreciate Austin’s contributions, everything that he’s done here,” Fisher said. “He made a lot of plays […] The post Rams released two wide receivers after missing...
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Rams' Fisher keeps finding ways to trick opponents

ST. LOUIS -- Everyone is well-aware of Jeff Fisher's affinity for trick plays. He really knows how to pick his spots. "If we need them, if the opportunity is there, that's who we are," Fisher said Monday. "That's what we do." Johnny Hekker's fake punt that helped the St. Louis Rams play keep-away and finish off the Seattle Seahawks was a mixture...
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15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rams cut ties with Austin Pettis; Keep an eye on Seattle

The Rams have released wide receiver Austin Pettis, head coach Jeff Fisher said at his weekly press conference late Monday afternoon. “We appreciate Austin’s contributions and everything that he’s done here. He’s made a lot of plays for us,” Fisher said. “But we need to make some moves with respect to some other positions. I’m […] The post Rams cut ties with Austin...
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St. Louis Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher Still Has Big Brass Ones

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has never been one to back down from a challenge. He does not play it safe. If he has a player that can't get it together and fall in line he has no problem calling him out no matter how big his star is (right Vince Young?). He's one of those guys that plays to win, and if that means you have to take a risk or two along the way he says...
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Watch: Rams Pull off Fake Punt Deep in Own Territory to Beat Seahawks

The St. Louis Rams pulled every trick out of the book during their 28-26 upset victory over the Seahawks today. It started off with a crazy punt return touchdown, and ended with this great fake punt. Take about a ballsy call from Jeff Fisher. The Rams were up two with just minutes left on the clock, and were deep in their own territory none-the-less! The post Watch: Rams Pull off...
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The Rams Called A Fake Punt Inside Their Own 20 And Jeff Fisher Has Gigantic Balls

St. Louis’ Special Teams unit is having quite the day. After an incredible fake punt return earlier in the game netted 7 points...
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Top 5 NFL coaches most likely to be fired

5.  Jeff Fisher - St. Louis RamsSt. Louis is currently a team heading for another top five pick in the first round of the NFL Draft.  Unlike last season, their pick next year will result from losses during the regular season, rather than lucking out on a trade with Washington.Fisher played a big part in the Rams opting to pass up on the top names at quarterback in the 2014 NFL...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Has Fisher come to his senses?

Good morning from the Atlanta airport. I'm waiting for my connecting flight to St. Louis, and writing time is short. I know the emphasis is on the Cardinals' postseason right now, but the Rams return to action Sunday in Philadelphia after catching a brief break during their bye weekend. The NFL is crazy these days, with teams swerving all over the place, refusing to identify...
Via Pro Sports Daily
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Sam on being cut by Rams: “The journey continues.”

Former St. Louis Rams defensive end Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in the NFL, isn’t giving up on his dream of playing in the NFL despite being cut. “The most worthwhile things in life rarely come easy, this is a lesson I've always known,” Sam tweeted. “The journey continues.”
Via Intrigue Sports
August 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeff Fisher goes on the attack, slams ESPN, Josina Anderson

NFL head coaches tend to have a relationship with their players that extend to off the football field themselves. They give off-field advice, tutor them on the issues that are presented to players in the real world and get offensive when players are unfarily scrutinized by the media and skeptics.  This is exactly what St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher did in defense of rookie...
Via Sportsnaut
August 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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