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Latest Jeff Fisher Items
Running back Steven Jackson will have the option to explore free agency after the season, raising the question of whether Sunday's finale at Seattle will be his final game in a St. Louis Rams uniform.
Knees bent and arms moving in rhythm, defensive end Chris Long shimmied around the St. Louis Rams locker room, imitating John Travolta's dance moves from "Pulp Fiction" as owner Stan Kroenke made the rounds shaking hands.
Two typically reliable kickers missed. Penalties doomed both sides. And a furious, thrilling finish to regulation ended with a dramatic dud in overtime: a tie.
Losing in the final seconds at Detroit could have been another blow to the downtrodden St. Louis Rams and their beat-down fan base.
Matthew Stafford stayed cool and calm after the shakiest first half of his career.
Peyton Manning has changed his ride, from a Colt to a Bronco.
The St. Louis Rams are willing to trade the second overall pick of the April draft.
It takes a secure person to show off his multicolored Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles socks at a job interview. It probably isn't surprising, then, that Robert Griffin III did just that in front of cameras and reporters at the NFL scouting combine on Friday afternoon.
Jeff Fisher isn't wasting any time putting his staff together in St. Louis.