That's pretty out there. But it did happen with the Colts and Rams way back when.
Or a RG so that Saffold can play LG. Versatility is only necessary for backups.
I'm sure he can get better.
That's why the Rams should've taken a QB earlier in the draft last year. Very few, as you point out, come in right away and succeed as starters. And no, there doesn't appear to be an easy way out.
I'm not sure he's necessarily better at RG than LG. But it'd be nice if he could just stay put at one spot, and the Rams had enough depth to patch up other spots in the case of injury. The only reason he was moved to LG from RG after Jake Long's injury is that Davin Joseph has played only RG over his entire career.
Yes, he had it last week. Doing well. No surgery "surprise." I hope to have some kind of an update over the next couple days.
Do you really think they'll vote NO.
I would certainly put Cortland Finnegan ahead of Joseph on that list.
As we sit here now, I'd rank them in terms of most likely to be re-signed: 1.) Britt, 2.) Barksdale, 3.) Kendricks.
Well, if that's the case, then how do we that signing Joseph wasn't Fisher's move all the way?
Supposedly, they think team could play there in 2018.
I don't think Goodell said precisely that. Besides, Kroenke simply has an agreement in Inglewood, it's not like the bulldozers are coming in next week.
Depends. How much is the house worth?
Great points Plutarch. For a philosopher, sounds like you know your football.
I don't think Anschutz is going down without a fight. What if he/AEG partners up with Spanos and the Chargers. Then what does the league do?
I really don't think Goodell is in the dark about Kroenke's intentions.
Venue most commonly mentioned is Rose Bowl.
Some but not much. And no reflection on Stacy, but running backjust isn't a very highly-valued position right now.
Usually it's a mix of both.
I think it was the latter _ Mason better, and more of a big-play threat.