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2011 NFL Offseason: St. Louis Rams

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Veteran Additions:
OC Josh McDaniels, RB Cadillac Williams, RB Jerious Norwood, WR Mike Sims-Walker, G Harvey Dahl, DT Justin Bannan, DT Daniel Muir, OLB Ben Leber, OLB Zach Diles, OLB Brady Poppinga, OLB Larry Grant, CB Al Harris, S Quintin Mikell.
Early Draft Picks:
DE Robert Quinn, TE Lance Kendricks, WR Austin Pettis, WR Greg Salas, SS Jermale Hines.
Offseason Losses:
OC Pat Shurmur, FB Mike Karney, WR Mark Clayton, WR Laurent Robinson, OLB David Vobora FS O.J. Atogwe.

2011 St. Louis Rams Offense:
The Super Six is a nickname given to the top six quarterbacks in the NFL on this Web site for betting purposes. The list is comprised of Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, Philip Rivers and Ben Roethlisberger. Combined, they are an amazing 92-44 against the spread as underdogs since 2003. In other words, anyone who has been betting on the Super Six giving points on each occasion is now filthy rich.

Sam Bradford could make it Super Seven soon enough. He's that good. As a rookie, the cerebral Bradford compiled 3,512 yards, 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions despite playing with an abysmal receiving corps. When his wideouts weren't dropping balls (28 drops), they were struggling to get open.

While Bradford's supporting cast should improve - more on that later - the second-year signal-caller figures to take major strides of his own. Josh McDaniels flopped as a head coach in Denver, but he's still one of the most brilliant offensive minds in the NFL. If he can turn Matt Cassel and Kyle Orton into solid starters, imagine what he'll do with Bradford. Yes, the lockout prohibited McDaniels from speaking to his quarterback, but Josh's brother, Ben, worked with Bradford all spring and summer. Ben was Josh's quarterbacks coach in Denver, so Bradford should be ready to go come Sept. 11.

The big question, at least in the fantasy football realm, is which of Bradford's receivers will step up to become the next Brandon Lloyd. With Mark Clayton still hampered by a knee injury, the early money was on Danario Alexander, an athletic rookie who had six catches for 99 yards in the penultimate game of the 2010 season. The Rams signed Mike Sims-Walker after the lockout, so he's also a possibility.

As for secondary targets, Danny Amendola is a slot receiver who logged 85 receptions last year and will continue to serve as Bradford's version of Wes Welker. Also in the mix is rookie tight end Lance Kendricks. Yes, rookies will take a while to progress in the shortened offseason, but Kendricks has reportedly shined in training camp. Since Bradford is ready to take the next step in becoming an elite quarterback, Kendricks could be a rare exception to the rookie-lockout rule.

Though the Rams didn't secure a definite No. 1 receiver, they did a great job in finding an upgrade on the offensive line. Harvey Dahl was one of the best linemen on the market, and he'll slide into the right guard slot. He should help Jason Smith, the lone liability when it comes to pass protection on St. Louis' front. Smith was OK for most of the year, but was beaten like a rented mule in the important finale at Seattle, where he surrendered a whopping three sacks.

On the other side of the offensive line, left tackle Rodger Saffold yielded only three sacks despite being a rookie last year. Left guard Jacob Bell has never lived up to his 6-year, $36 million contract, but has been pretty solid. Center Jason Brown is a poor run-blocker, but was responsible for only one sack in 2010.

Meanwhile, Steven Jackson figures to benefit from the additions of McDaniels and Dahl. A more seasoned Bradford will keep defenses honest, while Dahl will undoubtedly improve Jackson's pedestrian run-blocking. Jackson's 3.8 YPC average is bound to improve, and he'll also be able to take a breather once in a while, thanks to the acquisitions of Cadillac Williams and Jerious Norwood.

2011 St. Louis Rams Defense:
St. Louis' defensive rankings in terms of points allowed between 2005 and 2009: 31st, 31st, 31st, 28th and 31st. Last year: 12th. Think Steve Spagnuolo made a difference?

Spagnuolo became famous for his pass rush with the Giants, and he has installed something similar with St. Louis. The Rams had 43 sacks in 2010, good for seventh in the NFL. Coming over from New York to join his former defensive coordinator, defensive tackle Fred Robbins had a phenomenal year, mustering six sacks and shutting down the run. He helped left end Chris Long come along and reach his full potential. Long had just 8.5 sacks and should have notched several more, but that doesn't nearly say how well he played. He terrorized opposing quarterbacks all season, as he and Robbins opened things up for right end James Hall and his 10.5 sacks.

Hall turned 34 in February, so that's an issue. Because of this, St. Louis spent the 14th-overall selection in the 2011 NFL Draft on defensive end Robert Quinn, who probably would have gone in the top five if he wasn't suspended for violating the NCAA's asinine rules. However, St. Louis fans should temper their expectations regarding Quinn. He'll probably be great eventually, but it'll be surprising if he contributes much this season. He'll be eased into the lineup since he hasn't played football in almost two years.

Two new additions to the defense who will play immediately are defensive tackle Justin Bannan, who was solid for Denver last year, and Quintin Mikell, a solid 31-year-old strong safety who is familiar with Spagnuolo's scheme. Since Mikell knows how to play for Spagnuolo, he won't be at a major disadvantage like many other free agents in this shortened offseason.

Mikell will be a major upgrade at strong safety, but the Rams lost free safety O.J. Atogwe to Washington. That's St. Louis' most glaring hole, as pedestrian defensive backs James Butler and Craig Dahl are the only realistic options to fill that void.

As for cornerback, the Rams are set with their starters, but need depth. Thanks to the team's great pass rush, Ronald Bartell and Bradley Fletcher combined to allow a 51.7 completion percentage and only six passing touchdowns in 2010. However, the front office was so desperate to find reserves at the position that it signed Al Harris immediately following the lockout. That speaks volumes.

The best player in the back seven is inside linebacker James Laurinaitis, the leader of the defense. Laurinaitis wasn't selected to the Pro Bowl, but he definitely performed on that level. He'll need to repeat this in 2011, since he'll be playing next to either Ben Leber or Zach Diles, and Na'il Diggs, all three of whom wouldn't be starters on many other teams.

2011 St. Louis Rams Schedule and Intangibles:
Remember when the Edwards Jones Dome was such a huge advantage for the Greatest Show on Turf? Sam Bradford will have to rekindle that magic, much like Matt Ryan did with the Georgia Dome. The Rams were 5-3 as hosts last year, so that's a start.

Josh Brown is one of the NFL's top kickers; he drilled 33-of-39 attempts last season. He's hit at least 80 percent of his attempts in all but one year dating back to 2005.

Donnie Jones continued to reign as one of the league's best punters, maintaining a 45.5 average with 32-of-94 kicks inside the 20.

St. Louis surrendered two special-teams scores this past season - its seventh and eighth since 2006. Meanwhile, the Rams failed to score on a kickoff or punt return for the second year in a row.

The Rams have a brutal schedule to kick off the year. They battle the Eagles (home), Giants (road) and Ravens (home). After two byes (Redskins and the real bye), they go up against the Packers (road), Cowboys (road) and Saints (home). Things get a lot easier after that, but a poor start could really put St. Louis in a hole.

2011 St. Louis Rams Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Offensive Line
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams

2011 St. Louis Rams Analysis: Unlike last year, the NFC West won't be representing a postseason team by default; the Rams would be a legitimate playoff contender in any division, assuming Sam Bradford progresses under Josh McDaniels. And there's no reason for that not to happen.

The only concern regarding St. Louis is that aforementioned brutal schedule in the first two months of the season. And that's where the good old NFC West comes in. Since no team is bound to jump out to a 6-3 or 5-4 record, or anything, the Rams should be able to catch up if they fall a bit behind.

Projection: 9-7 (1st in NFC West)

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BB 01-19-2012 02:30 pm (total posts: 1)
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Not a Rams fan at all but if they have any sense at all they will franchise Lloyd and then try and trade him. They do not have any big free agents this year and look at his numbers after coming over from Denver. They can't let him walk for nothing!
AJ 01-18-2012 07:07 pm (total posts: 1)
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Darian Stewart is an average safety at best. He's better suited to be a versatile backup. He's not that good.

To Blake, who said "Did you even watch a Rams game this year? Darian Stewart was possibly one of our best defensive players! You obviously need to watch some film instead of going off of statistics."

You are an idiot. When you watch something, you are not an honest viewer. Your interpretation of plays or players are affected by your internal bias or subjectivity. You are also not an informed viewer, you're a fan.

Stats, when assembled by experts, are the ONLY way to objectively compare players efficiently. The STATS say Darian Stewart is an average to below average safety, and regardless of my personal belief or yours, that's true.
Sam_Bradford_8 01-17-2012 10:50 am (total posts: 1)
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I have to disagree on a few things. Why would you move Saffold to RT if hes overmatched at LT, RT is more about having a nasty run blocker. Saffold has finesse not overpowering strength, he just needs better coaching.

Darian Stewart was actually excellent, if you wish to sit and watch the film from the season? Midway through the season he was asked to make all the D calls, which he did to great effect.

Dave 01-16-2012 12:39 am (total posts: 1)
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Walter, nice job. I think your analysis is mostly right on (I don't think darian stewart is terrible). Man, this team needs a lot of talent. Depressing. I hope Fisher coaches them up.
party pat 01-15-2012 12:37 am (total posts: 6)
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it looks like lloyd wants to come back. with the rams talking to brian schottenheimer from the jets the style he plays with is run heavy so trading back for trent richardson is most likely the best pick. fyi this year the rams ran a hybrid zone/man blocking scheme that was called by bradford (bad idea) in a shortened off season. in the past they have almost ran pure zone schemes with lighter faster offensive lineman the main problem this year was that this line just wasn't built to handle a man blocking scheme at all thats why their were so many injuries and most of the line being overpowered on almost every play so drafting kalil isn't a bad move but he really isn't any better than johnathan martin or anyone on the rams offensive line now the only reason he is rated higher is that he has family in the nfl and we have seen how that has helped the pounceys even though they both are god awful. i like justin blackmon a lot but we need to trade back no matter what and he won't be in any potential trade spots plus he isn't going to help a conservative offense richardson on the other hand would and bring us a multiple back system like the jets plus an eventual successor to jackson. im not a big fan of drafting running backs in the 1st round but richardson is the real deal.
@Rams fan 01-14-2012 04:43 am (total posts: 1)
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Just because Saffold is an average LT doesn't mean you keep him there. He could be a pro bowl level RT. Draft Kalil, move Saffold to RT, and then you have two elite bookends on the line. Bradford would never have to worry about a pass rush for a while
Jacob 01-14-2012 04:33 am (total posts: 1)
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(some) of you Rams fans are so arrogant. Face it Smith is an enormous bust!!!! come your really going to try and say he blows because of concussions? Give me a break man.
Manny 01-12-2012 05:43 am (total posts: 1)
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I agree with some of these points. Jason Smith needs to go, he is way too fragile, he could possibly be effective as a RG, but no guard should ever make $10 million a year. Saffold needs to be on the right side, if he is i think he has pro bowl potential. Stewart is a beast, that guy is a ball hawk, he will be a solid starter next year. We need to upgrade our WR needs through free agency (Bowe, Vincent and DeShawn Jackson, and Colston are all avaliable), and address our offensive line issues and defensive issues (OLB, DT, CB) in the draft, especially since it is a deep CB draft.
Omar 01-11-2012 11:14 pm (total posts: 1)
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You guys are so cool.
Yo enter the site and read the offseason page, you get offended, write some nonsense that has nothing to do with football. Then, when you see that nobody is supporting your criticism, you click thr thumb up button a hundred times to pretend a hundred people give a uck for what you are saying.
Jake 01-11-2012 05:40 pm (total posts: 1)
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Rodger Saffold needs to not be on the left side. He did not go up against any elite pass rushers this season (outside of the Giants). He did face some good ones but not the best. He would be able to reach his full potential on the right side.
Jesse 01-11-2012 10:20 am (total posts: 2)
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Sounds like you got it. Maybe Mr. Walter can learn something from you.
joe 01-11-2012 04:54 am (total posts: 1)
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Josh Brown is a kicker. JASON Brown is the center. FYI
Justin King Sucks 01-11-2012 01:09 am (total posts: 2)
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Justin king is absolute garbage and shouldn't be worthy of an eight of a star let alone one and a half stars
RamsFan 01-10-2012 11:55 pm (total posts: 3)
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I disagree with some of this. Go watch some 2010 film on Saffold and you'll know he's our LT. There still is hope for Smith. I'd like to see him completely healthy before I say he's done. He could play LG or RT. Whichever one he doesn't play is a need. Agree we need 2 (probably more) WRs, OLBs. Disagree on Stewart. He can be a solid starter in the right system. We had lots of injuries, so we could probably need some upgrades. Maybe Jeff Fisher can bring Finnegan. (BTW, we didn't have 10 CBs on IR, don't listen to the FOX crew Agree on DTs, I'd say it's a bigger need than you have it, actually. Center is a need. Hopefully it's just a typo for you, but Jason Brown is our C that needs to go. Josh Brown is our K that needs to go.
Walter 01-10-2012 09:21 pm (total posts: 1)
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Disagree. I do know sh*t. I've studied fecal matter extensively.

I was hoping to drown today, but I suppose death by fire will do. Jason Smith stinks. Get over it.

2011 NFL Draft Grades:

St. Louis' goal in the 2011 NFL Draft was to find as much help for Sam Bradford as possible. A job well done, for the most part.

Lance Kendricks, Austin Pettis and Greg Salas are all quality weapons that Bradford could turn into fantasy studs. However, I would have liked to have seen St. Louis find an upgrade on the offensive line, namely at guard. There were players at that position for the taking in Rounds 3 and 4, but the Rams passed on them. Maybe they have their eye on someone in free agency.

Meanwhile, the Robert Quinn selection was awesome. St. Louis' pass rush was already really good. It's scary to think what Steve Spagnuolo can do with a talent like Quinn across from the underrated Chris Long.

Overall 2011 NFL Draft Grade given on 5/1/11: B+

2011 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

14. Robert Quinn, DE, North Carolina
With all of these quarterbacks going way early than they should, there are bound to be a couple of lucky teams that land blue-chip studs in the teens and early 20s. The Rams are fortunate enough to be one of them.

Robert Quinn would have been a top-five pick if he played in 2010. The Rams are landing the best player available and filling a huge need across from Chris Long. This is a fantastic pick. (Pick Grade: A)

47. Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin
I thought Josh McDaniels only liked blocking tight ends? Weird. Anyway, Lance Kendricks definitely fills a huge need for the Rams, and I bet Sam Bradford is thrilled with this pick. However, I feel this is a bit early for Kendricks. (Pick Grade: B)

78. Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State
Much like the Lance Kendricks pick, the Rams' selection of Austin Pettis is a slight reach that fills an enormous hole on the roster. Sam Bradford once again has to be happy because he has another much-needed weapon to work with. (Pick Grade: B)

112. Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii
The Rams must not be optimistic about Donnie Avery's recovery, at least not for 2011. I'm a fan of this pick. Greg Salas could have been drafted in the third round, and it never hurts to give Sam Bradford as many weapons as possible. (Pick Grade: A)

158. Jermale Hines, SS, Ohio State
I had Jermale Hines to the Rams in the seventh round, so I think this is a bit of a reach. St. Louis had to find some competition at strong safety, however, so I understand this selection. (Pick Grade: C)

216. Mikail Baker, DB, Baylor
I've never heard of Mikail Baker, so I had to look him up. He's not listed in Scouts Inc., and he's No. 744 at NFL Draft Scout. A seventh-round prospect? More like a 17th-round prospect. I don't believe in giving F grades in the seventh round, so... (Pick Grade: D)

228. Jabara Williams, OLB, Stephen F. Austin
I thought the Rams would find help at linebacker earlier than this. Jabara Williams fits the range and fills a need. (Pick Grade: B)

229. Jonathan Nelson, CB, Oklahoma
Here's another position that could have been addressed earlier. This is Jonathan Nelson's range, so St. Louis made another solid pick. (Pick Grade: B)

Season Summary:
I guess the Rams made the right choice by taking Sam Bradford last April. Bradford had a phenomenal rookie year, and even though he came up short against the Seahawks in the finale, the future is definitely bright in St. Louis.

Offseason Moves:
  • Rams cut OLB David Vobora
  • Rams sign OLB Ben Leber
  • Rams sign OT Quinn Ojinnaka
  • Rams re-sign G Adam Goldberg
  • Rams re-sign DT Gary Gibson
  • Chargers sign WR Laurent Robinson
  • Rams sign RB Cadillac Williams
  • Rams sign OLB Brady Poppinga
  • Rams sign RB Jerious Norwood
  • Rams sign DT Daniel Muir
  • Broncos sign TE Daniel Fells
  • Browns acquire G John Greco from Rams for late-round pick
  • Rams sign DT Justin Bannan
  • Rams re-sign G Jacob Bell
  • 49ers sign OLB Larry Grant
  • Rams sign G Harvey Dahl
  • Rams sign WR Mike Sims-Walker
  • Rams cut G Jacob Bell
  • Rams sign CB Al Harris
  • Rams sign S Quintin Mikell
  • Redskins sign FS O.J. Atogwe
  • Rams re-sign CB Justin King
  • Rams tender G Renardo Foster
  • Rams tender WR Danny Amendola
  • Rams tender DE C.J. Ah You
  • Rams re-sign G John Greco
  • Rams tender OLB Chris Chamberlain
  • Rams cut FS O.J. Atogwe
  • Rams cut FB Mike Karney

    Offseason Needs:
    1. Wide Receiver: General manager Billy Devaney's No. 1 priority this offseason is to find a weapon for Sam Bradford. He can do this by taking Julio Jones with the No. 14 pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Signed Mike Sims-Walker; drafted Austin Pettis and Greg Salas

    2. Left Guard: The Rams signed Harvey Dahl, but cut Jacob Bell later that same day. Re-signed Jacob Bell

    3. Free Safety: O.J. Atogwe was released. The Rams need a replacement.

    4. Defensive Tackle: St. Louis has to find an upgrade next to Fred Robbins on the defensive front. At 285 pounds, Gary Gibson is just too overmatched. Fortunately, the 2011 NFL Draft is packed with quality defensive tackle prospects. Signed Justin Bannan and Daniel Muir

    5. Weakside Linebacker: The combination of Larry Grant and Chris Chamberlain failed at weakside linebacker. Greg Jones and Mason Foster are Round 2 options. Signed Ben Leber and Zach Diles

    6. Strong Safety: The obvious hole in St. Louis' secondary is at strong safety, occupied by James Butler and Craig Dahl this season. A potential upgrade can be found in Rounds 2-4 of the 2011 NFL Draft. Signed Quintin Mikell; drafted Jermale Hines

    7. Tight End: Michael Hoomanawanui looked promising at times during his rookie campaign, but the Rams may want to think about bringing in a better tight end. Drafted Lance Kendricks

    8. Running Back: The Rams will likely spend a mid-round pick on a change-of-pace back to spell Steven Jackson. Signed Jerious Norwood and Cadillac Williams

    9. Cornerback Depth: Some depth behind Ronald Bartell and Bradley Fletcher wouldn't hurt. Signed Al Harris; drafted Mikail Baker

    10. Defensive End: James Hall had 10.5 sacks this season, but he'll be 34 in February. It's unreasonable to expect the same type of output in 2011. The Rams may want to bring in a young defensive end to compete with George Selvie to become Hall's successor. Drafted Robert Quinn

    2011 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Harvey Dahl, G, Falcons. Age: 30.
      Signed with Rams

      Arguably Atlanta's top offensive lineman, Harvey Dahl bounced back from an ankle injury that sidelined him for half the 2009 season. He's due for a big payday.

    2. Quintin Mikell, SS, Eagles. Age: 30.
      Signed with Rams (4 years, $28 million)

      A Pro Bowler who excels both in both run support and pass coverage, Quintin Mikell will be offered a big contract this offseason.

    3. Justin Bannan, DE/DT, Broncos. Age: 32.
      Signed with Rams (3 years)

      Justin Bannan had a solid year for the Broncos, which makes you wonder why they released him. Bannan can play in both the 4-3 and 3-4.

    4. Ben Leber, OLB, Vikings. Age: 32.
      Signed with Rams (1 year, $1.25 million)

      Ben Leber can still start as a weakside linebacker, but at 32, his best days are behind him.

    5. Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Jaguars. Age: 26.
      Signed with Rams (1 year)

      Mike Sims-Walker had a very good year in 2009 (63 catches, 869 yards, 7 TDs), but struggled with various leg injuries the past two seasons. He's a quality No. 2 wideout if he can stay healthy. That's a big if, however.

    6. Cadillac Williams, RB, Buccaneers. Age: 29.
      Signed with Rams (1 year)

      Cadillac Williams' days as a starter are over, but he has proven that he can still be a very effective third-down back in this league. He caught 46 passes in 2010.

    7. Jerious Norwood, RB, Falcons. Age: 28. -- Signed with Rams
    8. Daniel Muir, DT, Colts. Age: 27. -- Signed with Rams (1 year, $1.85 million)
    9. Zach Diles, OLB, Texans. Age: 26. -- Signed with Rams
    10. Brady Poppinga, OLB, Packers. Age: 31. -- Signed with Rams
    11. Schuylar Oordt, TE, Northern Iowa. Age: 24. -- Signed with Rams
    12. Quinn Ojinnaka, OT, Patriots. Age: 27. -- Signed with Rams
    13. Al Harris, CB, None. Age: 36. -- Signed with Rams

    St. Louis Rams Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: No cap.
    1. O.J. Atogwe, FS, Rams. Age: 30.
      Signed with Redskins (5 years, $26 million)

      Despite being 30 years old, O.J. Atogwe is still one of the better free safeties in the NFL. He's solid in coverage and excels as a blitzer.

    2. Danny Amendola (RFA), WR, Rams. Age: 25.
      Tendered by Rams

      Danny Amendola caught 85 balls for 689 yards and three touchdowns this season, establishing himself as a quality slot receiver.

    3. David Vobora, OLB, Rams. Age: 25.
      David Vobora started the final four games of the season at strongside linebacker and predictably played well. I have no idea why Vobora didn't start all year.

    4. Mark Clayton, WR, Rams. Age: 29.
      A complete bust in Baltimore, Mark Clayton had an instant rapport with Sam Bradford, catching 22 balls for 300 yards and two touchdowns in four games before suffering a season-ending knee injury.

    5. Gary Gibson, DT, Rams. Age: 29. -- Re-signed with Rams
    6. C.J. Ah You (RFA), DE, Rams. Age: 29. -- Tendered by Rams
    7. Laurent Robinson (RFA), WR, Rams. Age: 26. -- Signed with Chargers
    8. Daniel Fells (RFA), TE, Rams. Age: 27. -- Signed with Broncos (1 year)
    9. Chris Chamberlain (RFA), OLB, Rams. Age: 25. -- Tendered by Rams (original pick)
    10. Justin King (RFA), CB, Rams. Age: 24. -- Re-signed with Rams
    11. Clifton Ryan, DT, Rams. Age: 27.
    12. Kevin Dockery, CB, Rams. Age: 27.
    13. Kenneth Darby, RB, Rams. Age: 28.
    14. Mike Karney, FB, Rams. Age: 30.
    15. John Greco, G, Rams. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Rams
    16. Adam Goldberg, G, Rams. Age: 31. -- Re-signed with Rams
    17. Larry Grant, OLB, Rams. Age: 26. -- Signed with 49ers
    18. Quincy Butler (RFA), CB, Rams. Age: 27.
    19. Renardo Foster (RFA), OT, Rams. Age: 27. -- Tendered by Rams

    2011 NFL Free Agent Rankings

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    Divisional Rival History:
    Arizona Cardinals: Arizona has won eight of the past nine matchups in this series. That figures to change because of the quarterback situation of both teams.
    San Francisco 49ers: San Francisco has claimed nine of the previous 12 battles in this NFC West rivalry.
    Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks have won all but one of the 12 matchups after the Rams knocked them out of the playoffs in 2004.

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