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Topic - Chris Long
When Chris Long studies video of the opposing offensive line this week, searching for tendencies and vulnerabilities, he can't also help but notice strong plays by the Bears' right guard.
The St. Louis Rams and free agent offensive tackle Jake Long agreed to terms on a deal Sunday night.
Next year will be Chris Long's fifth season with the St. Louis Rams. The defensive end will be playing for his fourth coach in a seemingly endless cycle of futility.
Chris Long scored 21 points and Elon kept North Carolina-Greensboro winless by beating the Spartans 80-65 on Monday night.
St. Louis Rams defensive end Chris Long knows the importance of pressuring the quarterback.
"It's a big step, trying to get that road win," defensive end Chris Long said. "It's been real great to play at home and we've had some great support from our fans, but we have to play eight games on the road. So it's going to be a big hurdle to get over. When you wrap your brain around it, it's still the game of football no matter where you play it."
"As our defensive line goes, so goes the team," he said.