Well, actually there's the Anaheim period and the LA period as well _ two distinct phases, I would think.
Probably not on this chat.
Tough, tough, tough. I would say. . . .Mike Martz and Isaac Bruce. Bruce because he's the quintessential St. Louis Ram. The longest-tenured St. Louis Ram. The first St, Louis Rams star. And a person that continues to be active in the community. And Martz. A fascinating personality. And clearly the coach I got to know best in St. Louis.
For the most part, they still looked like they were playing hard to me.
The transition to the NFL is always tough that first year for all but a select few rookie receivers. We'll see.
Again, I think they have enough cap room so that that won't be a problem. But if they re-sign Donald, and Ogletree, and Johnson, then you might have a problem.
Sad but true. That one and Miami.
No doubt Trubisky is in a tough spot. He had no say in where he was drafted, doesn't have much around him, and almost certainly needs some time and patience to develop.
Oh, in terms of venom, they're at the high end of the spectrum. I think every year, Kroenke has to meet with fans at something like a shareholders meeting. I've heard those things are epic.
Perhaps. Even so, I wonder if Demoff isn't looking for ways to cut back on the construction budget.
I think it's the former 1,000-yard rusher who once played for the LA Rams.
Many of Hekker's punts are worth celebrating.
I'm sure that didn't hurt _ at least in the beginning.
Gary actually was in the first St Louis Rams training camp of 1995. Cut on Aug. 22 of that year.
My pleasure. With that fitting sentiment from Cleveland Gary, we're going to call it a chat for the 2016 season and '16-17 offseason. Thanks as always for dropping by, and we'll see you again in late July.