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Topic - James Laurinaitis
Sam Bradford is done for the season, and the chances on this being the year the St. Louis Rams post their first winning season in a decade changed dramatically.
Chris Foerster did backflips on the inside when he saw how new right guard Chris Chester executed a combination block in the first quarter of last Sunday's game.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 17-10 win over the St. Louis Rams.
Rex Grossman inhaled deeply late Sunday afternoon before he stared into the cameras and explained the interception that jeopardized the Washington Redskins' seven-point fourth-quarter lead over the St. Louis Rams.
A half-dozen of Sam Bradford's passes were dropped and the quarterback himself took quite a pounding. The defense beat itself all too often.
Frank Gore signed his three-year contract extension with the San Francisco 49ers on Wednesday, keeping the two-time Pro Bowl running back with the team through 2014.
Middle linebacker James Laurinaitis wants to play in the Rams' last preseason game, saying his chest injury is no big deal.
It an almost annual ritual: Ohio State loses several starters on defense and finds several very good replacements.
For the first time since 2004, the St. Louis Rams have won three in a row at home. Success has been harder to come by on the road.
"Very disappointing," middle linebacker James Laurinaitis said. "I thought he was putting up a strong season. It's a long grind now for him."
"We've got a lot of guys that unfortunately were banged up," Laurinaitis said. "I think a full offseason together will help. I don't think 2-14 reflects this team if everyone is healthy. We'll see."