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Topic - Scott Wells
Sam Bradford is done for the season, and the burden for the St. Louis Rams has just become a whole lot bigger.
Losing in the final seconds at Detroit could have been another blow to the downtrodden St. Louis Rams and their beat-down fan base.
The Green Bay Packers made a rare reach into unrestricted free agency to find a new anchor for their offensive line, agreeing to a two-year deal with veteran free agent center Jeff Saturday on Friday.
The Green Bay Packers made a rare reach into unrestricted free agency to find a new anchor for their offensive line, signing veteran center Jeff Saturday to a two-year deal on Friday.
With no end in sight for the NFL lockout, a group of Green Bay Packers offensive linemen are in Tennessee this week for group workouts.
A Pittsburgh hospital swaddles its newborns in "Terrible Towels." A Wisconsin man dresses up like a bishop and calls himself "St. Vince," as in Lombardi.
"Even if Sam wasn't hurt, we'd still have some heavy lifting to do," center Scott Wells said after the game. "But this adds extra to it."
Wells said the sessions are being run by his trainer, Judd Granzow of M.A.D. Sports Training.