Hard to predict. It depends on what kind of year he has in '14 _ good, great, average, injuries? Kevin Demoff is known for putting incentives into contracts, and that could be a way for Bradford to make more money than his original contract.
I would think so, although Saffold wouldn't need much of a refresher course given his NFL experience at the position. Remember, right now, Robinson and Saffold are a pair of inexperienced guards.
That's a good thought. But right now, as far as I can tell from the open practices, McLeod has been getting all the safety reps with the starters.
Still a lot to be decided here. Janoris Jenkins and Trumaine Johnson are the starting corners. Right now, Brandon McGee has been getting work as the nickel back with the 1s. It remains to be seen if he'll give way to Lamarcus Joyner there. At safety, it looks like T.J. McDonald and Rodney McLeod. So that's six players 3 or 4 corners (depending on how you list Joyner), and 2 or 3 safeties (again depending on how you list Joyner). That leaves rookies E.J. Gaines, Greg Reid, and Marcus Roberson competing for one or two spots, and may we should throw Darren Woodard (who was on practice squad most of last year) into the mix as well. At safety, it looks like Cody Davis has a very good chance to make the final 53. Will Matt Daniels get healthy. There's draft pick Christian Bryant, and of course fourth-rounder Maurice Alexander. If he's healthy, you figure Alexander makes the final 53. As for the overall #s in the secondary, start with the premise that the team will keep 5 corners and 5 safeties, although the team could just keep 9 defensive backs as the did in 2012 under Fisher.
I don't think anyone is looking at Britt as the "leader" of the WR corps. As for his off-field stuff, I don't know if "implodes" is the right word, but his m.o. does seem to be that he's the type that can't stay out of his own way.
I think he's trying. But I don't think Kroenke is returning many phone calls.
I think it could be several years _ 3, 4, 5. Maybe moore.
A lot of people have said that, but I don't know who they guy is. BTW, have you taken the Ocho tour? Very nice.
I think the CVC would try to use it for conventions and other non-Rams sporting events if that were the case.
Cook improved as a blocker as the 2013 season progressed. No one will ever confuse him for a road grader, but he did throw a block or two over the final half of the season.
The Cardinals, of course. The Blues to some degree although I'm not much of a hockey fan. My NBA would be the Thunder.
None that I'm aware of. He seems to be drawing tons of interest around the league, so probably will demand more money than the Rams would be willing to pay. Remember, he was scheduled to make $5.25 million this year.
No, your memory is correct. But I think Saffold has modified his stance to a degree, and he now has $31.7 million reasons to do so.
Depends a lot on the weather. I think it'll be comparable to last year, which I believe was a Rams Park record.
I think he signed a five-year deal which would give him 3 more years.
Tuesday and Thursday are the open dates. There are 4 OTAs scheduled for this week, then that's it.
I don't think anyone would be talking new stadium now without the first-tier language.
The best days to attend camp would be the ones in full pads. Generally avoid practices right before games or right after games _ because they have the most limited contact.
I don't recall Fisher saying the draft picks would be signed just before camp. The last two years they have signed them all in mid-June, and I was led to believe by team officials that it would be mid-June this year as well.
McDaniels did not help Sam's career, that's for sure, nor did he help Sam's ankle.
I don't know about passing a lot, but I think the team will pass more than people think. Even in a so-called "run-first" offense, why not try to utilized Bradford's skills?
Sam's had a few moments, as has E.J. Gaines. Bryant has been hurt. not much to tell you so far on Vann Dyk and Rhaney.