BACK IN BLUE: A look around the Rams’ return

Posted: July 27, 2011 by The Cheap Seat Fan in NFL
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In case you hadn’t heard, the NFL got its act together and football’s back. And not only is it back, but it’s breaking out at a full speed pace forward, with 4.5 months of activity being basically compressed into a week’s worth of time. Needless to say, there’s a lot of business getting hashed out at the same time. There are deals getting done at a break neck speed, and players coming and going in both directions on every roster around the league. From cuts, re-signings, rookie evaluations and finally the most hectic part of the entire scene: absolute free agency.

Bradford enters year two with a new playbook and potentially a much deeper unit to unleash it with.

The St. Louis Rams left off the season on sour note in Seattle, but finished with the promise much brighter days to come for the first time in years. The return to rebuilding one of the league’s biggest surprises from a year ago means finding ways to both capitalize on that momentum, while also filling in holes that are still in place from a team that on many accounts got better much better, much quicker than expected. Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo’s team is restructuring itself both from a personnel standpoint and tailoring itself to a new offensive approach under new offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. This is a team that could have a very new look to it during its attempt to build on its six game improvement last winter…

Read more at St. Louis Sports 360: http://stlouissports360.com/back-in-blue-a-look-around-the-rams-return/

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