One of the St. Louis Rams’ 2013 draft needs is strong side linebacker, because Rocky McIntosh hit free agency in 2013, and he didn’t play that well in 2012 either. And you’d be surprised to know that the Rams haven’t selected a linebacker in the top three rounds since James Laurinaitis in 2009. However 2013 seems to be the year that the Rams will draft a linebacker to play strong...
The St. Louis Rams and outside linebacker Rocky McIntosh, a starter for most of six seasons with the Redskins, have signed a free-agent contract.
The 29-year-old McIntosh could challenge for a starting spot in St. Louis, which has also signed Jo-Lonn Dunbar and Mario Haggan to contracts at the position.
McIntosh was a second-round draft pick in 2006 and played under Gregg Williams...
Via AP on Fox
June 14, 2012
Former Washington Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh has joined the St. Louis Rams, according to a league source.
He previously worked out for the Minnesota Vikings and visited the Washington Redskins and the Miami Dolphins.
McIntosh is a 6-foot-2, 242-pound former University of Miami played drafted in the second round by the Redskins six years ago.
Hot News for OLB Rocky McIntosh
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Minnesota Vikings worked out free agent linebacker Rocky McIntosh on Tuesday.
The Vikings are in need of some help at the linebacker position, but no one knows exactly how interested they are in signing McIntosh at this point.
McIntosh posted 65 tackles and one sack in 2011 for the Redskins.
Free agent linebacker Rocky McIntosh, who has spent his entire six-year career in Washington, will visit this week with the Bears, a club in desperate need of depth at the position.
Wifey does not appreciate overhearing her husband talk about how girls played a little part in him going to Miami today. Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh was a guest on the popular morning show The Sports Junkies in Washington D.C. to discuss his own matters, but the hosts were caught up in National Signing Day and decided to ask him about his own recruitment experiences...
A playful radio interview may have gotten Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh into a little trouble with his wife Wednesday. McIntosh was a guest on the popular morning show The Sports Junkies in Washington D.C. to promote an event when he was asked about his signing day experience coming out of high school. McIntosh initially committed to Clemson but ended up at Miami.
Rocky McIntosh may have watched "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" one too many times. The Redskins linebacker missed curfew before the team's Week 17 game and attempted to cover it up by stuffing pillows under his blanket to make it appear as if he were sleeping in his hotel bed, according to ESPN Radio. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan then deactivated McIntosh for Sunday...
One of the driving forces behind the improved defense this year, has been the improved play of inside linebacker Rocky McIntosh. McIntosh was a force at 4-3 linebacker, and needed a season under his belt to adjust to the 3-4.
This season, he has already produced a Redskins second-best 57 tackles, two for a loss, a sack, five quarterback pressures, and a pass defensed....