The Philadelphia Eagles announced Tuesday that they agreed to trade Nick Foles to the St. Louis Rams in exchange for Sam Bradford in a rare quarterback-for-quarterback swap between teams.
College Football 24/7 takes a look at the buzz surrounding each team leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft, connecting prospects with their potential future NFL clubs.
Offensive line coaches from the Cardinals, Eagles, Steelers and Rams, were present for Pittsburgh’s pro day, which featured potential first-round selection T.J. Clemmings.
The St. Louis Rams will hang on to athletic starting receiver Kenny Britt, who set a career-high in receptions last season. The wideout adds some consistency after several offseason changes on offense.
Les Snead spent much of the scouting combine saying that Sam Bradford was his guy, and that "deleting him" was not the answer, but trade talks heated up for the former St. Louis Rams QB soon after.
The Rams continue to construct the league’s most frightening defensive line, signing former Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley. How will Fairley impact the Rams’ already potent defense?
Case Keenum is back with the St. Louis Rams, who reportedly sent a seventh-round pick in 2016 to the Houston Texans to re-acquire the veteran passer.
Trading for Nick Foles earlier this month hasn’t deterred the St. Louis Rams from pursuing a quarterback in the draft. Jeff Fisher indicated the team could bring in a rookie QB at the NFL Annual Meeting.
The St. Louis Rams want to make sure Nick Fairley is in shape for the 2015 season. How much is the team’s new addition making just to show up at the gym every day?