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Posts Tagged ‘Sam Bradford.’

Rams hire Schottenheimer to direct offense

 

Brian Schottenheimer (NY Jets photo)

New St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher is starting to get his staff together for 2012.

He has hired former New York Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. He’ll be working with quarterback Sam Bradford.

There were rumors that Fisher and the Rams were looking at former Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson but opted for the more experienced Schottenheimer.

 

Info compiled from Radio & TV news

Fisher chooses St. Louis over Miami

 

Jeff Fisher (photo by Major Annmarie Raneker via wikipedia commons)

The St. Louis Rams and the Miami Dolphins desparately wanted Jeff Fisher to become the head coach of their respective football teams.

But only one could win and the winner is, Sam Bradford and the Rams.

Fisher sat out the 2011 season after 17 seasons with the Tennessee Titans franchise.

The 53-year-old Fisher, who played college football at USC, was by far the most coveted head coaching candidate available this offseason.

His career with the Titans was very successful with a 142-120 record and a Super Bowl XXXIV matchup against the Rams after the 1999 season which Tennessee lost lost 23-16 and fell 1 yard short of forcing overtime.

The Titans won three division titles and made six playoff appearances under Fisher.

Fisher stepped down last offseason as the NFL’s dean of coaches, saying that he simply needed a break.

Fisher probably liked the Rams situation better than the Dolphins due to the fact that Bradford is the established number-1 QB, they have the #2 pick in the upcoming draft and plenty of salary cap room.

 

Info compiled from NFL & St. Louis Rams news

AP rookie awards go to Bradford & Suh

Sam Bradford (file)

Ndamukong Suh (file photo)

St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford, who led the team out of its losing ways, won the Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award.

Detroit Lions tackle Ndamukong Suh was the winner of the Defensive Rookie of the Year.

compiled from NFL, radio, TV & team reports

New Browns QB Delhomme does well against Rams in preseason loss

New Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme is going to have to get used to the different weather elements in Cleveland. There is the humid games in August and September. There is the rain. And most of all, the cold days of November and December.

Well on Saturday night, in his home debut on the unpredictable Lake Erie, the former Carolina Panthers star, threw the football with accuracy and played well during a steady downpour of rain in the first half. He threw one touchdown pass in the Browns 19-17 loss to the St. Louis Rams.

Josh Brown St. Louis (NFL)

Jake Delhomme Browns (NFL)

Joshua Cribbs Browns (NFL)

Josh Brown’s fourth field goal with 3:33 left in regulation, a 28-yarder, was the game-winner for the rebuilding Rams.

Delhomme threw a 9-yard TD pass to tight end Benjamin Watson, who made a  one-handed grab in the back of the end zone in the second quarter. Delhomme finished the game going 12 of 16 passing for 127 yards.

Browns backup quarterback Seneca Wallace played the second half and threw a 15-yard TD pass to Joshua Cribbs to give Cleveland a 17-13 lead in the third.

Rams rookie quarterback Sam Bradford, the overall Number 1 pick of the 2010 draft out of Oklahoma, had a shaky outing for the second week in a row. He went 6 of 14 for 24 yards backing up starter A.J. Feeley.

The Rams managed only 178 yards, one week after they only gained 150 yards in a loss to Minnesota.

compiled from staff, wire & Cleveland Browns news

Sam Bradford and St. Louis Rams agree to contract

2010 overall number 1 draft pick Sam Bradford over the weekend agreed to a six-year, $78 million contract with the St. Louis Rams, with $50 million in guaranteed money. The guaranteed money is the highest ever in the National Football League.

The former Oklahoma quarterback and the Rams were able to conclude negotiations in time for the first full-squad workout.

Sam Bradford Rams QB (nfl)

Bradford is the key figure of a complete rebuilding effort for St. Louis, who were 1-15 in 2009 in their first season under head coach Steve Spagnuolo and are 6-42 the past three seasons.

The Rams were dead last in NFL scoring at 10.9 points per game and basically relied on Pro Bowl running back Steven Jackson.

Bradford led the nation with 48 touchdown passes in 2008. He played in only three games in 2009 before shoulder surgery ended his season.

compiled from St. Louis Rams and NFL news