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Saturday, August 18, 2012, Edward Jones Dome, 7 p.m.

2012 PRESEASON WEEK 2


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2012 SCHEDULE
PRESEASON Day Date Opponent Sun. 8/12 at Indianapolis Sat. 8/18 Kansas City Sat. 8/25 at Dallas Thurs. 8/30 Baltimore REGULAR SEASON Sun. 9/9 at Detroit Sun. 9/16 Washington Sun. 9/23 at Chicago Sun. 9/30 Seattle Thurs. 10/4 Arizona Sun. 10/14 at Miami Sun. 10/21 Green Bay Sun. 10/28 New England* Sun. 11/4 BYE Sun. 11/11 at San Francisco Sun. 11/18 N.Y. Jets Sun. 11/25 at Arizona Sun. 12/2 San Francisco Sun. 12/9 at Buffalo Sun. 12/16 Minnesota Sat. 12/23 at Tampa Bay Sun. 12/30 at Seattle Time L 7 p.m. 7 p.m. 7 p.m. TV 38-3 KTVI KTVI KTVI

RAMS, CHIEFS SQUARE OFF FOR GOVERNORS CUP


The Governors Cup will be on the line at the Edward Jones Dome Saturday night as the St. Louis Rams resume their preseason series with the cross-state rival Chiefs at 7 p.m. The Rams currently have possession of the trophy thanks to a 14-10 win at Arrowhead Stadium last August. Kansas City holds a 6-4 advantage in the regular season series, while the Rams are 13-8 against the Chiefs in the preseason. The Rams and Chiefs have faced each other 13 times in the preseason since the Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995. The two teams have met in 10 of

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the last 11 preseasons. After opening the preseason on the road in Indianapolis last week, the Rams will play their first home game under Head Coach Jeff Fisher when they take the field Saturday night. The teams 10 draft picks will also make their Edward Jones Dome debuts Saturday night.

BROADCAST INFORMATION
TELEVISION Fox (KTVI, Ch. 2 in St. Louis) Play-by-Play: Andrew Siciliano Color Analysts: Marshall Faulk, Ross Tucker Sideline Reporter: Maurice Drummond RADIO WXOS (101.1 FM) Play-by-Play: Steve Savard Color Analyst: DMarco Farr Sideline Reporter: Tony Softli

THIS WEEKS MEDIA AVAILABILITY


Tuesday, August 14
-Practice: 3:30 p.m. -Coach Fisher available on field after practice. -Players available on field after practice

Wednesday, August 15
-Practice: 5:30 p.m. -Coach Fisher available on field after practice -Players available on field after practice

Thursday, August 16
-Practice: 3:30 p.m. -Coach Fisher available on field after practice -Players available on field after practice

Friday, August 17

Saturday, August 18
Chiefs at Rams Edward Jones Dome, 7 p.m.

Sunday, August 19
Players Off

No Practice

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2012 RAMS PROJECTED STARTERS


OFFENSE
WR Brandon Gibson Caught 36 passes for 431 yards and a touchdown last season. LT Rodger Saffold Started first 25 games of his career before a pectoral injury ended his 2011 season after nine games. Was a 2010 All-Rookie selection. LG Quinn Ojinnaka Versatile lineman has started 50 games with Colts, Falcons and Patriots; spent 2011 training camp with Rams. C Scott Wells Signed with Rams in March after eight seasons with Packers. Named to Pro Bowl last season. Started 100 games with Green Bay from 2004-11. RG Harvey Dahl Mauling road grater enters second season with St. Louis. Started all 16 games last season, including 10 at RG and six at RT after injuries forced him to slide over. RT Jason Smith Former second-overall pick started 15 of the teams 16 games at right tackle in 2010 before seeing his 2011 season cut short by injury. TE Lance Kendricks Second round pick in 2011 had 28 receptions for 352 yards as a rookie. WR Danny Amendola Missed 15 games last season after suffering season-ending elbow injury in opener. In 2010, led the Rams with 85 receptions for 689 yards and tied for the team lead with three touchdown catches. QB Sam Bradford 2010 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year completed 191 passes for 2,164 yards in 10 games last season. FB Brit Miller Appeared in 12 games with two starts at fullback last season and was a key contributor on special teams. RB Steven Jackson Three-time Pro Bowler rushed for 1,145 yards last season. Is leading rusher among active NFL running backs and holds NFLs longest active streak of consecutive 1,000yard seasons (7).

DEFENSE
LDE Chris Long Led the Rams with career-high 13.0 sacks in 2011. Also added 15 pressures and 16 QB hits to go along with 33 tackles. Signed four-year contract extension in July. LDT Kendall Langford - Signed with Rams as a free agent in March. Played in 64 games with 55 starts with Miami. Collected eight career sacks and posted 141 career tackles (101 solo). RDT Michael Brockers First-round draft pick was a SecondTeam All-SEC selection at LSU. Started 15 games in two seasons and was credited with 79 tackles (34 solo), two sacks (16 yards), 11 tackles for loss (33 yards) and ve quarterback pressures. RDE Robert Quinn Rams 2011 top draft choice had 5.0 sacks and 14 quarterback hits in 15 games. Was NFC Special Teams Player of the Week in Week 8 after blocking a punt that led to a TD and blocked or partially blocked three punts. SLB Mario Haggan Tenth-year pro has appeared in 121 games; spent four seasons in Denver after five with Buffalo; special teams standout. MLB James Laurinaitis Led the Rams in tackles for third time in as many seasons with the club. Posted 142 stops. Has at least 100 tackles in each of his first three NFL seasons. Also had 3.0 sacks and two interceptions. WLB Jo-Lonn Dunbar Led all Saints linebackers with 90 tackles in 2011; started 14 games last season; played four years in New Orleans. LCB Cortland Finnegan Signed with St. Louis during opening week of free agency after standout career in Tennessee. Former Pro Bowler has 79 career starts. Career totals include 14 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 2 fumble recoveries and 4 touchdowns. RCB Bradley Fletcher Missed 12 games due to knee injury last season. Led Rams with 4 interceptions in 2010. Has 22 career starts in three NFL seasons. SS Craig Dahl Totaled 54 tackles on defense and tied for the team lead with 14 special teams stops. FS Quintin Mikell Second among Rams with 100 tackles. Also had a sack, four forced fumbles and two interceptions. Veteran free agent joined St. Louis prior to 2011 after eight seasons with Eagles.

KEY CONTRIBUTORS
TE Michael Hoomanawanui Caught seven passes for 83 yards before suffering a season-ending knee injury last season. WR Greg Salas Caught 27 passes for 261 yards before suffering a season-ending leg injury that cut his rookie campaign short after six games. WR Brian Quick First of three second round picks by Rams caught 202 passes for 3,418 yards and 31 touchdowns at Appalachian State. Holds the school career-record for receptions and ranks fifth in Southern Conference history. RB Isaiah Pead Second round pick was First-Team All-Big East and Big East Offensive Player of the Year in 2012. Ranks third in Bearcats history with 3,288 rushing yards and 27 rushing touchdowns. WR Steve Smith Led the NFC with 107 rec. in 2009. Career totals include 231 catches for 2,510 yards and 12 touchdowns. TE Matthew Mulligan Appeared in 34 career games with the Jets & started 11 while playing for Rams Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.

KEY CONTRIBUTORS
DE William Hayes Played in 48 games with 12 starts for Titans over a four-year campaign. Collected 181 career tackles (105 solo) and 8.0 sacks. S Darian Stewart Third-year pro finished third among Rams with 91 tackles in 2011. Led team with 10 passes defensed and had 3.0 sacks and one interception. CB Josh Gordy Led the Rams with three interceptions last season. Posted 53 tackles and three passes defensed while starting eight games. DT Trevor Laws Joins Rams after four seasons with Eagles; notched a career-high 40 tackles to go along with 16 quarterback pressures in 2011.

PRESEASON WEEK 2: KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AT ST. LOUIS RAMS

THE SERIES AT A GLANCE


Overall Preseason Season Series: Rams lead series, 13-8 Overall Regular Season Series: Chiefs lead series, 6-4 Rams Regular Season Home Record vs. Chiefs: 1-4 Rams Regular Season Road Record vs. Chiefs: 3-2 Current Streak: Chiefs, Five games (1997-present) Rams Longest Streak: Three games (1973-85) Chiefs Longest Streak: Five games (1997-present) Regular Season Point Total: Chiefs 243 - Rams 189 Most Points, Rams: 34, Chiefs 54-34 (2000) Most Points, Chiefs: 54, Chiefs 54-34 (2000) Most Points, both teams: 88, Chiefs 54-34 (2000) Fewest Points, Rams: 10, Chiefs 49-10 (2002) Fewest Points, Chiefs: 0, Rams 16-0 (1985); Rams 16-0 (1994) Fewest Points, both teams: 16, Rams 16-0 (1985); Rams 16-0 (1994)

NOTABLE CONNECTIONS
Former Rams: Chiefs CB Mikail Baker was drafted by the Rams in the seventh round in 2011. Chiefs Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon held the same position with the Rams from 2009-11. Chiefs Quality Control/Special Teams Coach Derius Swinton held the same position with the Rams from 2009-11. Former Chiefs: Rams OT Barry Richardson spent the first four seasons of his career with the Chiefs. Rams LB Justin Cole played for the Chiefs from 2010-11. Rams Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer was an assistant with the Chiefs in 1998. His father Marty was Kansas Citys head coach from 1989-98. Rams QB coach Frank Cignetti was an offensive assistant with the Chiefs in 1989. Kansas City Ties: Rams Assistant Head Coach Dave McGinnis at Kansas State from 198385. STL KC KC STL STL Family Ties: Rams Director of Pro Personnel Ran Carthon is the son of Chiefs Assistant Head Coach Maurice Carthon. Missouri Ties: Chiefs Defensive Quality Control coach Otis Smith played cornerback at the University of Missouri. Coaching Connections: Rams LB Rocky McIntosh played for the Washington Redskins when Chiefs QB Coach Jim Zorn was the teams head coach. Rams General Manager Les Snead, Director of Pro Personnel Ran Carthon, Director of College Scouting Taylor Morton and OL Coach Paul Boudreau worked with Chiefs DB Coach Emmitt Thomas with the Atlanta Falcons. NFL Teammate Connections: Chiefs RB Peyton Hillis and QB Brady Quinn played with Rams LB Mario Haggan with the Denver Broncos. Chiefs TE Kevin Boss and Rams S Craig Dahl played together with the New York Giants. College Teammate Connections: Chiefs T Brandon Albert played with Rams DE Chris Long at Virginia. Chiefs OL Jeff Allen and OL Jon Asamoah played with Rams TE Michael Hoomanawanui and FB Brit Miller at Illinois. Chiefs QB Matt Cassel and Rams WR Steve Smith at USC. Chiefs RB Shaun Draughn and Rams DE Robert Quinn and CB Kendric Burney at North Carolina. Chiefs CB Gabe Miller and Rams P Johnny Hekker at Oregon State. Chiefs K Ryan Succop and Rams S Darian Stewart at South Carolina. Chiefs QB Ricky Stanzi and TE Tony Moeaki with Rams CB Bradley Fletcher at Iowa.

SERIES HISTORY VS. CHIEFS


Year 1973 1982 1985 1991 1994 Regular Season Chiefs lead, 6-4 Result Location Rams, 23-13 KC Rams, 20-14 LA Rams, 16-0 KC Chiefs, 27-20 LA Rams, 16-0 KC

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THE GOVERNORS CUP


Shortly after the Rams moved to Missouri in 1995, they began a semi-annual preseason series with their new cross-state rivals, the Kansas City Chiefs. The winner of the game gets possession of the Governors Cup (pictured to the left). Missouri Governor Jay Nixon is scheduled to be on hand Saturday night at the Edward Jones Dome to present the trophy to the winning team.

TALE OF THE TAPE


2011 Final Stats Rams 12.1 (32) 283.6 (31) 104.2 (23) 179.4 (30) 28:07 26.9 (28) 358.4 (22) 151.7 (31) 206.7 (7) -5 (23) Points Per Game Total Offense Rush Offense Pass Offense Time Of Possession Average Opponent Points Per Game Total Defense Rush Defense Pass Defense Turnover Differential Chiefs 13.3 (31) 310.8 (27) 118.3 (15) 192.5 (25) 29:10 21.1 (12) 333.3 (11) 132.0 (26) 201.3 (6) -2 (18)

THE HEAD COACHES JEFF FISHER


NFL Coaching Year: 26th year Rams Head Coach: 1st year Regular Season: 142-120 (.542) Postseason: 5-6 (.455)
Jeff Fisher enters his first season as head coach of the St. Louis Rams, after spending 16 full seasons as head coach of the Tennessee Titans, 11 as executive vice president. In his tenure with Tennessee, Fisher guided the Titans to six playoff appearances (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008), three division titles (2000, 2002, 2008), two AFC Championship games (1999, 2002) and one Super Bowl appearance (XXXIV). In the 2000s, Fisher totaled 97 victories, the most successful decade in franchise history. One of the Titans most memorable seasons under Fisher was the 1999 campaign, where he led the team to its first AFC Championship and an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIV. Fisher originally joined the Oilers/Titans coaching staff in 1994, after spending two seasons as the defensive backs coach for the San Francisco 49ers. He was elevated to head coach in November 1994, replacing Jack Pardee, for the final six games of the season. Prior to San Francisco, Fisher reunited with his college coach John Robinson, serving as the Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator. Fisher began his coaching career as an assistant for Buddy Ryan and the Philadelphia Eagles in 1986, coaching the defensive backs for three seasons before becoming the NFLs youngest defensive coordinator in 1988. In 1989, the Eagles defense led the NFL in interceptions (30) and quarterback sacks (62). In 1990, Philadelphias defense paced the league in rushing defense and ranked second in quarterback sacks. A former defensive back at the University of Southern California, Fisher played for Robinson in a star-studded defensive backfield that included future NFL stars Ronnie Lott, Dennis Smith and Joey Browner. The versatile Fisher also served as the Trojans backup kicker and earned Pac-10 All-Academic honors in 1980. Originally a seventh-round draft selection of the Chicago Bears in 1981, Fisher appeared in 49 games as a defensive back and return specialist in five NFL seasons. He earned a Super Bowl ring following Chicagos 1985 Super Bowl season, despite spending the year on injured reserve with an ankle injury that prematurely ended his playing career. During that season, Fisher began his post-playing career by assisting Ryan as an unofficial coach as the Bears ultimately defeated the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XX. A native of Southern California, Fisher was a high school AllAmerica wide receiver at Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Calif. Fisher is an avid fisherman and golfer and he also does considerable work off the field. He also gives back to the NFL, serving on the NFL Competition Committee since 2000 and as a co-chairman of the committee from 2001-2010.

ROMEO CRENNEL
NFL Coaching Year: 31st year Chiefs Head Coach: 1st year Regular Season: 26-41 (.388) Postseason: 0-0 (.000)
Romeo Crennel enters his third season with Kansas City in 2012 and embarks on his first full season as head coach of the Chiefs after serving two seasons as the clubs defensive coordinator (201011). Crennel was named head coach of the Chiefs after the first 13 games of the 2011 season and was officially introduced as the clubs 12th head coach in franchise history on Jan. 9, 2012 He begins his 31st year in the NFL ranks and his 42nd season in the coaching profession. He came to Kansas City after a four-year stint as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns (2005-08). Prior to joining the Browns, Crennel served four seasons as defensive coordinator with New England (2001-04), where he helped the Patriots win three Super Bowl titles. In total, Crennel owns five Super Bowl rings, has made six Super Bowl appearances and has been a member of teams that have reached the conference championship game on seven occasions. Prior to a one-year stint as Clevelands defensive coordinator/defensive line coach in 2000, Crennel spent three seasons as the defensive line coach with the New York Jets (1997-99). Prior to joining the Jets, the Lynchburg, Va., native served as the defensive line coach for four campaigns in New England (1993-96). Crennel began his NFL coaching career with a 12-year stint with the New York Giants (1981-92), serving as the defensive line coach (1990-92), special teams coach (1983-89) and special teams/defensive assistant coach (1981-82). Crennel began his longtime association with Parcells at Texas Tech (1975-77) where Parcells served as defensive coordinator. Crennel concluded his collegiate coaching career with a one-year stop at Georgia Tech (1980). He also spent two years at Mississippi (197879) coaching the defensive ends. Crennel began his coaching career as a graduate assistant in 1970 at his alma mater, Western Kentucky, before enjoying a four-season stint as the schools defensive line coach.

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FISHER ERA BEGINS IN ST. LOUIS


HES A WINNER
In January, Jeff Fisher became the 26th full-time head coach in Rams history. Fisher returned to the NFL after a one-year hiatus. He previously spent 16 seasons as the head coach of the Houston Oilers/Tennessee Titans. Fisher is among the winningest head coaches of his era. Among active coaches, hes tied with Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin for third-most victories.
Head Coach Jeff Fisher

FISHERS DNA
Hallmarks of a Fisher-led team include a stout rushing defense, the ability to possess the ball with a strong running game and poise in the midst of adversity. In 11 of his 16 seasons in Tennessee, the Titans defense ranked in the top 10 against the run and ranked fourth in rushing defense over that period (Baltimore, Pittsburgh, San Diego). In 2003, the Titans nished rst in the NFL in rushing defense for only the second time in franchise history (1993). On the offensive side of the ball, Fishers teams nished in the top 10 in rushing yards per game eight times during his Oilers/Titans tenure and from 1995-2010, only ve NFL teams averaged more rushing yards per game than Fishers clubs. Additionally, in 12 of Fishers 16 seasons, the Titans nished with an average time of possession of more than 31 minutes per game for the season. Fisher believes in the philosophy that a strong running game helps control the clock and keeps your defense fresh. In 12 of his last 14 seasons in Tennessee, the Titans nished in the top half of the NFL in rushing offense, including seven top 10 nishes. Additionally, in 12 of the last 15 seasons, the Titans nished with an average time of possession number of more than 31 minutes for the season.
Head Coach Jeff Fisher & Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer

He and Coughlin are tied for 19th on the NFLs all-time wins list for the regular season, and Fishers rst victory as Rams head coach will allow him to tie Hall of Famer Marv Levy on the all-time list at 143.
Most Regular Season Wins Among Active Head Coaches Wins 1. Bill Belichick 175 2. Mike Shanahan 157 3t. Jeff Fisher 142 3t. Tom Coughlin 142 5. Andy Reid 126

A PLAYERS COACH
Throughout his career, Fisher has been lauded for his ability to relate to players and get the most out of them. That keen skill set is due in large part to Fishers personal experience. He enjoyed a ve-year playing career with the Chicago Bears as a defensive back and punt returner. Fisher is one of nine current NFL head coaches who also played in the Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher spent five years as a safety and returner with the Chicago Bears. league. Of those nine, three were teammates at one time with the Bears: Fisher, Ron Rivera and Leslie Frazier. Current Head Coaches with NFL Playing Experience Name, Pos. Teams Jeff Fisher, DB/PR CHI Leslie Frazier, DB, CHI Jason Garrett, QB DAL, NYG Jim Harbaugh, QB CHI, IND, BAL, SD Gary Kubiak, QB DEN Mike Mularkey, TE MIN, PIT Mike Munchak, G HOU Ron Rivera, LB CHI Ken Whisenhunt, TE ATL, WAS, NYJ

QUOTES TO NOTE
If I had a franchise, what coach would I hire? His name is Jeff Fisher. He is so good. Hes still young enough that he can relate with the players on the team. Hes one of the brightest, if not the brightest, coaches in the league. As a former player, he knows how to work a locker room. Hes just sensational. His schemes on defense are very good and imaginative. Hes got everything. -ESPN.com Senior Writer John Clayton Jeff is one of the most competitive and intelligent players that Ive ever coached. He was not overly gifted as a player, but he made up for it by being the fiercest competitor and one of the most intelligent people that Ive known playing this game and thats been the hallmark of his coaching career. He understands the entire game and is a leader more than anything else. He will be in command of the entire team. The Rams will reflect Jeff Fisher and the kind of person he is. It will be a great era for the Rams. - Former Rams Head Coach John Robinson Jeff has a history of developing fundamentally sound but physically intimidating football teams. St. Louis is fortunate to have a leader for its franchise with such impeccable credentials. - Falcons President Rich McKay, with whom Fisher cochaired the NFLs Competition Committee In 14 years of NFL football, Jeff Fisher is one of two coaches that I have the most respect for. The St. Louis Rams are lucky to have Fisher as their head coach. - Former Rams and Titans DE Kevin Carter

LES IS MORE
Les Snead was named Rams general manager on February 14, 2012. Just three weeks after taking his new job, Snead executed a trade that helped jumpstart the Rams rebuilding efforts. In early March, Snead sent the second overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft to the Washington Redskins in exchange for the sixth and 39th selections in this years draft as well as Washingtons rst round picks in both 2013 and 2014. When draft day arrived, Snead made two additional trades which parlayed the teams General Manager Les Snead original rst round pick into four 2012 selections. The Rams acquired a third pick in the second round in this years draft when they traded the sixth overall pick to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for the 14th and 45th picks. Snead then sent the 45th pick to Chicago for the 50th pick as well as a fth-round pick in this years draft. When all the dealing was done, the Rams made four of the rst 50 selections in the 2012 Draft, and Snead and the Rams selected 10 players who they believe will help the team return to the top of the NFC West. Sneads meticulous effort on draft weekend told only part of the story of his early efforts to retool the Rams roster. On the opening day of free agency, Snead signed Pro Bowl CB Cortland Finnegan, formerly of the Tennessee Titans. In the coming days, Snead also led the efforts to acquire Pro Bowl C Scott Wells and DT Kendall Langford, an ascending player whom the team views as a key building block on the defensive line. Sneads rst free agency class included 14 veteran free agents whom the club will count on heavily in 2012. In his role as general manager, Snead oversees the clubs personnel department and scouting efforts while partnering with Head Coach Jeff Fisher to direct all personnel decisions for the club. In addition, Snead coordinates all aspects of the clubs football operations with the head coach. Prior to joining the Rams, Snead spent 13 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. He served as the clubs director of player personnel from 2009-11 and also held posts as a pro scout and as the Falcons director of pro personnel. Snead helped construct a roster that has been one of the NFLs best over the last few years. From 2008-11, the Falcons had four consecutive winning seasons, winning 43 games during that time, which are the fth-most wins in the NFL over that time period. Atlanta earned playoff berths in each of the last two seasons and three of the last four seasons, including a 2010 NFC South Championship. The Falcons participated in one Super Bowl and two NFC Championship games during Sneads tenure with the club. Snead joined the Falcons after three seasons (1995-97) in the pro scouting department of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was hired by the Jaguars prior to the franchises rst season and helped put together a team that garnered an AFC Championship Game berth in just its second year of existence. Jacksonville won its rst division title in Sneads nal year with the team. Snead played tight end for Auburn from 1992-93 and was part of the Tigers perfect 11-0 team in 1993. He also earned Southeast Region Academic All-American honors during his college career.

FIRST CLASS
The Rams were active before and during the 2012 NFL Draft, which allowed the team to make 10 selections, including four in the top 50. Round 1 (14) 2 (33) 2 (39) 2 (50) 3 (65) 4 (96) 5 (150) 6 (171) 7 (209) 7 (252) Player, Pos. Michael Brockers, DT Brian Quick, WR Janoris Jenkins, CB Isaiah Pead, RB Trumaine Johnson, CB Chris Givens, WR Rokevious Watkins, OL Greg Zuerlein, K Aaron Brown, LB Daryl Richardson, RB College LSU Appalachian St. North Alabama Cincinnati Montana Wake Forest South Carolina Mo. Western Hawaii Abilene Christian

NEW ADDITIONS
Sneads rst free agent class as Rams GM included 14 veterans whom the club hopes to have contribute this season.
Jo-Lonn Dunbar, LB - Led all Saints linebackers with 90 tackles in 2011; started 14 games last season; played four years in New Orleans. Cortland Finnegan, CB - Former Pro Bowler has 79 career starts; career totals include 14 int., 2 FF, 2 FR and 4 TDs. Mario Haggan, LB - Tenth-year pro has appeared in 121 games; spent four seasons in Denver after five with Buffalo; special teams standout. William Hayes, DE - Played in 48 games with 12 starts for Titans over a four-year campaign...collected 181 career tackles (105 solo) and 8.0 sacks. Kendall Langford, DT - Played in 64 games with 55 starts with Miami; collect ed eight career sacks and posted 141 career tackles (101 solo). Trevor Laws, DT - Joins Rams after four seasons with Eagles; notched a career-high 40 tackles to go along with 16 quarterback pressures in 2011. Ovie Mughelli, FB - Earned Pro Bowl honors in 2010 after helping Michael Turner rush for 1,371 yards. Played four seasons with Falcons and five with Ravens. Rocky McIntosh, LB - Seventh-year pro recorded 73 tackles for Washington last season; boasts 580 tackles, 8.0 sacks and 3 int. in career. Matthew Mulligan, TE - Has appeared in 34 career games with the Jets & started 11 while playing for Rams Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Quinn Ojinnaka, OL - Versatile lineman has started 50 games with Colts, Falcons and Patriots; spent 2011 training camp with Rams. Barry Richardson, OT - Started 33 games at right tackle for Kansas City. Steve Smith, WR - Led NFC with 107 catches in 2009; spent 2011 with Eagles; career totals include 231 catches for 2,510 yards and 12 touchdowns. Robert Turner, C/G - Has appeared in 41 games with two starts; played five seasons with Jets.

General Manager Les Snead and Coach Jeff Fisher huddle during the 2012 NFL Draft. The Rams were extremely active during the draft as they netted 10 players, including four of the top 50 overall selections, as they retool the roster.

Scott Wells, C - Named to Pro Bowl last season; started 100 games in eight NFL seasons, all with Green Bay.

RAMS ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS

Dick Bass 5,417 yards

Lawrence McCutcheon 6,186 yards

Marshall Faulk 6,959 yards

Eric Dickerson 7,245 yards

Steven Jackson 9,093 yards

JACKSON STANDS ALONE


RB Steven Jackson raced into Rams history midway through the 2010 season as he passed Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson to become the franchises all-time leading rusher, and he continues to add to the top total in club history. Jackson rushed for 1,145 yards on 260 carries (4.4 average yards per carry) last season, including a 47-yard touchdown run on the Rams first play from scrimmage. He finished ninth in the NFL and fifth in the NFC in rushing yards a year ago.
RB Steven Jackson

AN ELITE CLUB
Steven Jackson kept his streak of 1,000-yard seasons alive as he rushed for 1,145 yards in 2011. He has now rushed for 1,000 yards in seven consecutive seasons, which is the NFLs longest active streak of consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. He also extended his own team records for most consecutive 1,000-yard seasons (seven) as well as most overall 1,000-yard seasons. With seven straight 1,000-yard seasons, Jackson is in elite company. Only six other running backs in NFL history have rushed for 1,000 yards in seven or more consecutive seasons. The group includes Emmitt Smith, Barry Sanders, Curtis Martin, Thurman Thomas, Eric Dickerson and LaDainian Tomlinson. Of that group, Smith, Sanders, Thomas, Martin and Dickerson are members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tomlinson retired this spring and isnt yet eligible for induction.

There are only three running backs in the NFL who hold the franchise rushing record for the team that they currently play for: Jackson, Carolinas DeAngelo Williams and San Franciscos Frank Gore. Jackson has rushed for 9,093 yards for his career, which leaves him just 907 shy of 10,000. Should he reach the milestone this season, hell be the 27th player in NFL history to do so. However, Jackson would be just the 15th player to rush for 10,000 yards for one team. Of the 12 players who have done so with one team, 10 are in the Hall of Fame. Rams Career Rushing Yards Leaders Steven Jackson (2004- ) Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79) Dick Bass (1960-69) Yards 9,093 7,245 6,959 6,186 5,417
RB Steven Jackson owns the NFLs longest active streak of 1,000-yard seasons. His current streak sits at seven-consecutive seasons with 1,000 yards or more.

CENTURY MARK
RB Steven Jackson rushed for 100 yards or more in four games in 2011, and he now ranks second in Rams history with 31 career 100-yard games. Jackson needs seven 100-yard games to tie Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, who rushed for 100 yards in 38 games, for the most in team history. During a mid-season stretch last fall, Jackson rushed for 100 or more yards in three consecutive games. Career 100-yard Games in Rams History
RB Steven Jackson

In addition to holding the franchise mark for rushing yards, Jackson is on the cusp of breaking Faulks team record for career rushing touchdowns. Jackson rushed for five touchdowns in 2011 to give him 52 career rushing touchdowns. He currently ranks third in Rams history in the category, but hes within striking distance of both Dickerson and Faulk. Jackson enters the 2012 season needing just four scores to tie Dickerson and six to tie Faulks franchise record. Rams Career Rushing TD Leaders Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Dan Towler (1950-55) Dick Bass (1960-69) 58 56 52 34 35

Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79)

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CATCHING ON
Throughout his career, RB Steven Jackson has shown the ability to catch passes out of the backfield and while lined up at receiver. In addition to leading the team in rushing, Jackson finished second among Rams with 42 catches last season. With 369 career catches, Jackson is sixth in Rams history in the category. Since becoming a full-time starter in 2006, Jackson has registered 307 receptions for 2,494 receiving yards (8.1-yard average). During that time, Jacksons 2,494 receiving yards and 307 receptions rank second among all NFL running backs. Receptions Leaders Among Running Backs, 2006-Present
Reggie Bush / NO-MIA Steven Jackson / STL L. Tomlinson / SD-NYJ Maurice Jones-Drew/ JAC Frank Gore / SF Rec 337 307 282 278 272 Yards 2,438 2,494 2,380 2,473 2,266 Avg. 7.2 8.1 8.4 8.9 8.3 Long 74 64t 74 75 48 TD 13 6 9 10 9

JACK OF ALL TRADES


RB Steven Jackson has shown the ability to contribute in the rushing game and in the receiving game. Since the start of the 2006 season, Jackson ranks first in the NFL with an average of 114.7 yards from scrimmage per game. Since 2006, Jackson has 2,057 touches for 9,868 yards. His touches and scrimmage yards are the most over that time period. Jackson rushed for 1,145 yards last sea- RB Steven Jackson son and caught 42 passes for 333 yards. His 1,487 total yards in 2011 ranked 11th in the NFL. In 2010, Jackson ranked third in the NFC and ninth in the NFL with 1,624 scrimmage yards. Jackson averaged 98.6 yards from scrimmage per game. He narrowly missed his sixth consecutive season with an average of at least 100 yards from scrimmage per game. The streak dated back to his first year as an NFL starter in 2006. In 2006, Jackson recorded 2,334 yards from scrimmage, the fifthhighest single-season total in NFL history. That season, Jackson rushed for 1,528 yards and 13 touchdowns on 346 attempts. He added 806 yards receiving on 90 catches. The 90 catches rank sixth in NFL history in one season among running backs. Yards From Scrimmage/Game Leaders, 2006-Present

RB Steven Jackson dives for the end zone on touchdown reception. The catch was one of 369 in Jacksons career.

MAKING HISTORY
Earlier last season, RB Steven Jackson passed Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk to move into third in team history in yards from scrimmage. He also made a significant move on the teams all-purpose yard list. Late in the year, Jackson passed WR Henry Ellard to move into third in team history in the category. With 1,478 yards last year, Jackson now has 12,096 scrimmage yards for his career and has 12,175 all-purpose yards. Jacksons career totals include 9,093 rushing yards, 3,003 receiving and 79 from kick returns.

Steven Jackson / STL Chris Johnson / TEN Adrian Peterson / MIN Ray Rice / BAL Frank Gore / SF

Games 86 63 73 61 86

Touches 2,057 1,381 1,543 1,209 1,798

Yards 9,868 7,071 8,061 6,612 9,283

Yds/Game 114.7 112.2 110.4 108.4 107.9

MOVING UP THE CHARTS


RB Steven Jackson caught 42 passes in 2011 to give him 369 for his career. That leaves Jackson ranked sixth in receptions in team history. Jackson caught 42 passes in 15 games, second most among Rams. He entered the season ranked ninth in team history in catches. This season, he needs 31 receptions to tie Tom Fears for fifth place on the teams alltime list.

RB Steven Jackson

Among active NFL players, Jackson currently ranks second behind Tony Gonzalez in career scrimmage yards. Rams All-Time Leaders, Yards From Scrimmage Years Rushing Rec. 1. Isaac Bruce 1994-07 150 14,109 2. Torry Holt 1999-08 57 12,660 3. Steven Jackson 20049,093 3,003 4. Marshall Faulk 1999-05 6,959 4,071 5. Henry Ellard 1983-93 55 9,761 Most All-Purpose Yards, Rams History 1. Isaac Bruce 2. Torry Holt 3. Steven Jackson 4. Henry Ellard 5. Marshall Faulk Total 14,259 12,717 12,096 11,030 9,816 Yards 14,314 12,732 12,175 11,707 11,048

RB Steven Jackson hauls in a pass for one of his 369 career receptions. He now stands alone in sixth place in the category.

Rams All-Time Receptions Leaders


1. Isaac Bruce 2. Torry Holt 3. Henry Ellard 4. Marshall Faulk 5. Tom Fears 6. Steven Jackson 7. Elroy Hirsch 8. Jack Snow 9. Jim Phillips 10. Jim Benton Years 1994-2007 1999-2008 1983-93 1999-2005 1948-56 20041949-57 1965-75 1965-75 1938-47 Receptions 942 869 593 470 400 369 343 340 333 275

SAMS THE MAN


A year after winning the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award, Rams QB Sam Bradfords second NFL season was slowed by a high ankle sprain that caused him to miss six contests. Bradford passed for 2,164 yards with six touchdowns and six interceptions in 10 games in 2011. Bradford turned in two 300-yard performances early in the season. In Week 6 at Green Bay, Bradford passed for 328 yards, his third 300-yard game of his career. He set a new single-game career high in Week 2 as he passed for 331 yards against the New York Giants. That night, he completed 22-of-46 throws with one touchdown and no interceptions in his Monday Night Football debut. With his health restored, Bradford has high expectations as he enters his third NFL campaign.

LONG ON TALENT
They say sacks often come in bunches, and thats the way Rams DE Chris Long collected them in 2011. Long finished the year with 13.0 sacks, which ranked seventh in the NFL. In Week 8 against New Orleans, Long enjoyed his first three-sack game of his career to help the Rams to a victory. Long set a new career high in sacks last season. His previous best was 8.5 in 2010. During a midseason stretch, Long recorded at least one sack in seven of nine games. He also enjoyed a stretch DE Chris Long in which he had at least one sack in sixconsecutive games, a new career long. He had sacks in four straight games in 2010. With his 13th sack, Long equaled his Hall of Fame fathers career high for sacks in a season. Howie Long had 13 sacks for the Raiders in 1983. Long led the Rams in sacks, quarterback pressures (15) and quarterback hits (16). His play helped the Rams collect 39 sacks as a team last year. 2011 NFL Sack Leaders 1. Jared Allen, MIN 2. DeMarcus Ware, DAL 3. Jason Babin, PHI 4. Jason Pierre-Paul, NYG 5t. Aldon Smith, SF 5t. Terrell Suggs, BAL 7. Chris Long, STL 8. Tamba Hali, KC Sacks 22.0 19.5 18.0 16.5 14.0 14.0 13.0 12.0

QB Sam Bradford threw for 2,164 yards in 10 games last season.

SAMS TROPHY CASE


Rams QB Sam Bradford added to his trophy case following his first NFL season when he was voted Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year by a select group of writers. As a sophomore at Oklahoma, Bradford won the Heisman Trophy. When he added Offensive Rookie of the Year honors, he became just the seventh player and first quarterback to win both the Heisman and the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. The other players in that elite group include University of Pittsburgh/Cowboys RB Tony QB Sam Bradford Dorsett, Texas/Oilers RB Earl Campbell, Oklahoma/Lions RB Billy Sims, South Carolina/Saints RB George Rogers, Southern Cal./Raiders RB Marcus Allen, Oklahoma State/ Lions RB Barry Sanders and Ohio State/Oilers RB Eddie George.

NEW ADDITION
WR Steve Smith joined the Rams as a free agent in March, and St. Louis is hopeful that the former Pro Bowler will be a reliable target for QB Sam Bradford. Smith had his 2011 season cut short due to a knee injury, but just a couple years ago, he was one of the NFLs most productive pass catchers. In 2009, Smith led the NFC and finished second in the NFL with 107 receptions, which set a new Giants WR Steve Smith record. He also finished third in the conference in receiving yards (1,220) and earned an invitation to the Pro Bowl. Prior to signing with the Rams, Smith already had a connection with Head Coach Jeff Fisher. Both men played at Taft High School in Los Angeles before attending USC.

FAMILY BUSINESS
When Chris Long recorded his 10th sack in Week 12 against Arizona, it allowed him and his father, Hall of Famer Howie Long, to record some pass-rushing history. The Longs became only the second father/ son combo to each record 10.0 sacks in a season, joining Clay Matthews and Clay Matthews, Jr. Howie reached 10.0 sacks in three consecutive seasons (1983-85). Matthews did DE Chris Long so with the Cleveland Browns in 1984, and Matthews, Jr. reached 10.0 for the Packers in each of his first two NFL seasons.

2009 NFL Reception Leaders 1. Wes Welker, NE 2. Steve Smith, NYG 3t. Andre Johnson, HOU 3t. Brandon Marshall, DEN 5t. Dallas Clark, IND 5t. Reggie Wayne, IND

Rec. 127 107 101 101 100 100

CORT IS IN SESSION
When free agency began in early March, the Rams quickly moved to land their top target. That man was CB Cortland Finnegan. Finnegan played for Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher for five seasons in Tennessee, where the Samford product developed a reputation as a feisty, aggressive playmaker. Finnegan was named to his first career Pro Bowl in 2008 and earned Associated Press All-Pro honors. He also earned first-team All-Pro honors after he led the Titans with 20 passes defensed and finished tied for sixth in the NFL with five interceptions.

MAN IN THE MIDDLE


If you want to find Rams MLB James Laurinaitis on the football field, one can often simply follow the ball because the now fourth-year pro seems to always be around it. Laurinaitis was again the Rams leader in tackles as he racked up 142 in his third NFL season. It was his thirdconsecutive 100-tackle season. Laurinaitis has proven to be a valuable defender against both the run and the pass. He recorded 3.0 sacks and two interceptions last season, and he was second among Rams with eight passes defensed on the year. He also had four quarterback pressures, two quarterback hits and one fumble recovery. Laurinaitis, due in part to his ability to play the run and pass at a high level, rarely comes off the field. He played a team-high 1,052 snaps in 2011.

CB Cortland Finnegan

Finnegan has been a model of consistency throughout his career. Hes started 42 consecutive games, the fourth-longest active streak among NFL cornerbacks. Longest Active Streaks, Consecutive Starts By a CB Games 1. Ronde Barber, TB 199 2. Brandon Carr, KC/DAL 64 3. Drayton Florence, BUF/DEN 45 4. Cortland Finnegan, TEN/STL 42 5. DeAngelo Hall, WAS 34
Linebacker James Laurinaitis once again found himself atop the Rams list of leading tacklers.

DANDY DANNY
WR Danny Amendola played in just one game in 2011 due to an elbow injury he suffered in Week 1, but as 2012 approaches, he hopes to pick up where he left off. In 2010, Amendola led the Rams with 85 receptions for 689 yards. He finished ninth in the NFL and fifth in the NFC in catches in 2010. He also averaged 11.3 yards per punt return. In 2009, his first season on an NFL roster, Amendola caught 43 passes for 326 yards in 14 games. He surpassed both totals by midseason in 2010 and added three touchdowns as well. In addition, Amendola was one of the leagues best on third down. His 29 receptions on third down were third-most in the NFL in 2010. The former Texas Tech Red Raider led the NFL in all-purpose yardage in 2010 with 2,364 yards. Amendola was the only player in the league to lead his team in punt return, kick return and receiving yardage. Amendolas 85 catches in 2010 ranked 13th in Rams history for a single season. Hes caught at least one pass in every game since joining the Rams in Week 2 of the 2009 season, a streak of 31 consecutive games with a reception.

RUSHING ROBERT
The Rams used the 14th overall pick in last years draft on a young pass rusher who they hoped would help them get after the quarterback, and DE Robert Quinn showed why he was highly coveted in April. On the season, Quinn recorded 5.0 sacks and finished second among Rams with 14 quarterback hits, trailing only Chris Longs 16. In addition to his role on defense, Quinn DE Robert Quinn was an asset on special teams. Against the Bengals in Week 15, he partially blocked a punt, which was the third time last season he either blocked or partially blocked a punt. In Week 8, Quinn blocked a punt that led to a Rams touchdown and sacked Drew Brees. Quinn was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against the Saints. Quinn tied Sean Gilbert (5.0 in 1992) for the third most sacks by a rookie in Rams history.

SAFETY FIRST
S Quintin Mikell, who signed with the Rams as a free agent prior to the 2011 season, provided an immediate impact on St. Louis defense. The nine-year veteran was a part of five takeaways in his first year as a Ram. Mikell finished second among Rams with 100 tackles a year ago. He trailed only James Laurinaitis in stops. Mikell also had one sack, two interceptions and four forced fumbles. Mikell, who spent his first eight NFL seasons with the Eagles, boasts career totals of 5.0 sacks and 12 interceptions.

S Quintin Mikell celebrates an interception with his teammates.

The return of WR/PR Danny Amendola will give the Rams offense a boost. In 2010, Amendola was Sam Bradfords favorite target.

FAMILY TIES
The Rams roster is chocked full of players and coaches who are closely related to professional sports and entertainment figures. Heres a look at them. Special Teams Coordinator John Fassel - Father Jim was a longtime NFL coach and was the head coach of the New York Giants from 1997-2003. TE Cory Harkey - Father Mike enjoyed a 10-year Major League career as a pitcher with the Cubs and Dodgers and is currently a coach on Joe Girardis Yankees staff. C T. Bob Hebert - Father Bobby played 10 NFL seasons as a quarterback with the Saints and Falcons.
C T. Bob Hebert, who joined the Rams as an undrafted rookie free agent, is one of several Rams who are relatives of wellknown athletes.

NFL HOTBED
When it comes to producing NFL talent, few places in the country can rival The Muck. Rams CB Janoris Jenkins is the latest in a long line of NFL players who hail from the small South Florida city of Pahokee. The Rams selected Jenkins with the 39th pick in Aprils draft. Jenkins was an All-SEC performer at Florida, where he spent three seasons before finishing his career at North Alabama last season. Heres a look at some notable names who have made the trek from the Pahokee/Belle Glade to the NFL. The group includes Hall of Famer Rickey CB Janoris Jenkins Jackson and several notable current NFL players. Player, Pos. Reidel Anthony, WR Dwight Bently, CB Roosevelt Blackmon, DB Anquan Boldin, WR Kevin Bouie, RB James Burroughs, CB Timothy Golden, LB Eric Green, CB Bobby Harden, S Santonio Holmes, WR Reynaldo Hill, CB Rickey Jackson, LB Ray McDonald, DE Eric Moore, DE Kendrick Mosley, WR Louis Oliver, DB Alphonso Smith, CB Fred Taylor, RB Andre Waters, S NFL Team(s) TB DET CIN, GB ARI, BAL ARI, SD IND PHI, NE ARI MIA PIT, NYJ TEN NO, SF SF STL, NE CLE MIA, CIN DET JAC, NE PHI

LB James Laurinaitis - Father Joe wrestled under the name Animal and was a prominent figure in the WWE and WCW as a member of the Road Warriors and Legion of Doom. DE Chris Long - Father Howie was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame following a standout career with the Raiders. OT Joe Long - Older brother Jake is the starting left tackle for the Miami Dolphins and was the top overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. WR Austin Pettis - Uncle Gary enjoyed a lengthy Major League career and grandfather Del Rice was a catcher with the Cardinals. RB Daryl Richardson - Brother Bernard Scott currently plays running back for the Bengals. Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer - Father Marty played in the AFL and was the head coach of the Browns, Chiefs, Redskins and Chargers. LS Travis Tripucka - Father Kelly played NBA seasons with the Pistons, Jazz and Hornets, and grandfather Frank played quarterback in the AFL, NFL and CFL, most notably with the Broncos.

FAST FACTS
The oldest player LB Mario Haggan, 32 years old (3/30/80) The youngest player DT Michael Brockers, 21 years old (12/21/90) The tallest player DE Scott Smith & DT Matt Conrath, 6-7. The shortest player K Garrett Lindholm, S Quinton Pointer & CB Kendric Burney, 5-9. The farthest distance a player has to travel from their hometown P Johnny Hekker hails from Bothell, Wash., which is 2,108 miles from the ContinuityX Training Center. The shortest distance a player has to travel from their hometown to St. Louis, Mo. TE Mike McNeill is from Kirkwood, Mo., just 15 miles from the ContinuityX Training Center. College with the most current Rams - Virginia (Chris Long, Matt Conrath, Rodney McLeod) & LSU (Michael Brockers, T. Bob Hebert, Deangelo Peterson).

FRONT AND CENTER


One of the Rams key additions this offseason was C Scott Wells, who signed with St. Louis as a free agent in March. Wells is coming off a Pro Bowl season in which he was at the forefront of one of the NFLs most dynamic offenses. Entering his ninth season out of Tennessee, the veteran will be counted on to help anchor one of the NFLs youngest teams. He spent the last eight seasons in Green C Scott Wells Bay, leading the way for a pair of 4,000yard passers in Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. Last season, he started all 16 games for the NFLs highest-scoring offense and helped the Packers to a league-best 15-1 record. Wells brings a wealth of experience to St. Louis. His 100 career starts are the most among Rams starting offensive linemen. In addition, hes started eight postseason games and played a key role on a Super Bowl championship team in 2010. Including the postseason, Wells has started 52 consecutive games.

St. Louis native Mike McNeill has a short commute to the ContinuityX Training Center.

2012 RAMS DRAFT PICKS


DT Michael Brockers D1 (14) - LSU
- Second-team All-SEC selection for national runner up in 2011. - Started 15 games in two seasons and was credited with 79 tackles (34 solo), two sacks (16 yards), 11 tackles for loss (33 yards) and ve quarterback pressures.

WR Chris Givens D4 (96) - Wake Forest


- Caught 163 passes for 2,473 yards (15.1 ypc) and 21 touchdowns at WFU. - Ranks fourth in school history in receptions and third in receiving yards.
WR Chris Givens

DT Michael Brockers

WR Brian Quick D2a (33) - Appalachian St.


- Caught 202 passes for 3,418 yards and 31 touchdownsholds the school career-record for receptions and ranks fth in Southern Conference history. - 3,418 receiving yards is also an ASU record. - Two-time All-Southern Conference honoree.

OT Rokevious Watkins D5a (150) - South Carolina


- Earned All-SEC First Team honors and SEC Coaches Second Team in 2011. - Versatile lineman played offensive guard for two years before switching to right (rst ve games) and then left (nal eight) tackle as a senior.

WR Brian Quick

OT Rokevious Watkins

CB Janoris Jenkins D2b (39) - North Alabama


- Played nal season at North Alabama after spending three seasons at Florida where he was named Freshman All-American in 2008. - Second-team All-SEC and Third-Team AllAmerican as a junior in 2010.
CB Janoris Jenkins K Greg Zuerlein

K Greg Zuerlein D6 (171) - Missouri Western


- Was named All-American by six different organizations following his senior season. - Three-time selection to First-Team All-Mid America Intercollegiate Athletic Association and also earned MIAA Special Teams Player of the year as a senior.

- Recorded eight intercpetions in three seasons at Florida.

RB Isaiah Pead D2c (50) - Cincinnati


- First-Team All-Big East and Big East Offensive Player of the Year in 2012. - Ranks third in Bearcats history with 3,288 rushing yards and 27 rushing touchdowns.
RB Isaiah Pead LB Aaron Brown

LB Aaron Brown D7a (209) - Hawaii


- Named First-Team All-WAC as a senior at Hawaii. - Two-year starter for the Warriors after transferring from Saddleback Community College in California where he was an honorable mention Junior College All-American as a sophomore.

CB Trumaine Johnson D3 (65) - Montana


- Two-time All-American and three-time AllBig Sky Conference rst-team; nominated for the Buck Buchanan Award, given to the best defensive player in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision ranks.
CB Trumaine Johnson

RB Daryl Richardson D7b (252) - Abilene Christian


- Ranks second in rushing touchdowns, fth in rushing yards and fourth in points scored in ACU history; twice named Second-Team All-Lone Star Conference. - Is younger brother of Bengals RB Bernard Scott.

- Recorded 15 career interceptions and 35 passes defensed.

RB Daryl Richardson

RAMS COACHES & PRONUNCIATION GUIDE


Head Coach Assistant Head Coach Special Teams Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Assistant Strength Tight Ends Offensive Line Assistant Special Teams Assistant Linebacker Secondary Quarterbacks Assistant Offensive Line Assistant Secondary Strength & Conditioning Wide Receivers Assistant Defensive Line Running Backs Quality Control/Offense Defensive Line Linebackers Quality Control/Defense Jeff Fisher Dave McGinnis John Fassel Brian Schottenheimer Adam Bailey Rob Boras Paul T. Boudreau Paul L. Boudreau Joe Bowden Chuck Cecil Frank Cignetti Andy Dickerson Brandon Fisher Rock Gullickson Ray Sherman Clyde Simmons Ben Sirmans Andy Sugarman Mike Waufle Blake Williams Dennard Wilson

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE
PLAYERS 84 DANARIO Alexander 16 Danny AMENDOLA 5 Tom BRANDSTATER 93 Jermelle CUDJO 41 Ben GUIDUGLI 51 M ario HAGGAN 60 T. Bob HEBERT 86 Michael HOOMANAWANUI 55 James LAURINAITIS 38 Rodney McLEOD 27 Quintin MIKELL 30 OVIE MUGHELLI 69 Quinn OJINNAKA 97 DARELL Scott 73 ROKEVIOUS Watkins duh-NAIR-ee-oh am-men-DOLE-uh BRAND-stay-ter CUDD-joe guh-DOO-lee HAY-gan AYE-bear ho-oh-muh-now-a-NEW-ee Lore-in-eye-tis mic-CLOUD like MICHAEL mu-HAY-lee oh-jin-NOCK-uh duh-RELL ruh-CAVE-ee-us

RAMS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHART


OFFENSE
WR LT LG C RG RT TE 11 Brandon Gibson 76 Rodger Saffold 69 Quinn Ojinnaka 63 Scott Wells 62 Harvey Dahl 72 Jason Smith 82 Matthew Mulligan 12 Steve Smith 70 Kevin Hughes 73 Rokevious Watkins 59 Rob Turner 67 Bryan Mattison 79 Barry Richardson 88 Lance Kendricks 81 Brody Eldridge 46 Cory Harkey WR QB FB HB 16 Danny Amendola 8 Sam Bradford 49 Brit Miller 39 Steven Jackson 87 Greg Salas 13 Chris Givens 10 Kellen Clemens 30 Ovie Mughelli 24 Isaiah Pead 35 Nicholas Schweiger

8/6/2012
83 Brian Quick 77 Joe Long 68 Ryan McKee 61 Tim Barnes 70 Kevin Hughes 65 Jose Valdez 86 Michael Hoomanawanui 48 Deangelo Peterson 45 Jamie Childers 18 Austin Pettis 14 Nicholas Johnson 5 Tom Brandstater 41 Ben Guidugli 26 Daryl Richardson 36 Calvin Middleton 65 Jamaar Jarrett 96 Cornell Banks 93 Jermelle Cudjo 66 Scott Smith 57 Sammy Brown 53 Noah Keller 59 Rocky McIntosh 25 Josh Gordy 33 Quinton Pointer 38 Rodney McLeod 50 Aaron Brown 22 Trumaine Johnson 42 Kendrick Burney 71 Matt Conrath 9 Austin Davis 47 Todd Anderson 34 Chase Reynolds 84 Danario Alexander 89 Mike McNeill 60 T. Bob Hebert 15 Mike Campbell

DEFENSE
LDE LDT RDT RDE SLB MLB WLB LCB RCB SS FS 91 Chris Long 98 Kendall Langford 90 Michael Brockers 94 Robert Quinn 51 Mario Haggan 55 James Laurinaitis 58 Jo-Lonn Dunbar 31 Cortland Finnegan 32 Bradley Fletcher 20 Darian Stewart 27 Quintin Mikell 95 William Hayes 97 Darell Scott 99 Trevor Laws 92 Eugene Sims 52 Justin Cole 54 Alex Hoffman-Ellis 56 Josh Hull 23 Jerome Murphy 21 Janoris Jenkins 43 Craig Dahl 37 Matt Daniels

SPECIALISTS
P K H LS PR KR 6 Johnny Hekker 4 Greg Zuerlein 6 Johnny Hekker 44 Jake McQuaide 16 Danny Amendola 24 Isaiah Pead 45 Travis Tripucka 21 Janoris Jenkins 21 Janoris Jenkins 2 Tom Malone 1 Garrett Lindholm

RAMS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER


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84 16 47 96 61 8 5 90 50 57 42 15 45B 10 52 71 93 43 62 37 9 58 81 31 32 11 13 25 41 51 46 95 60 6 54 86 70 56 39 65W 21 14 22 53 88 98 55 99 1 91 77 2 67 59W 68 38 89 44 36 27 49 30 82 23 69 24 48 18 33 83 94 34 79 26 76 87 35 97 92 72 66 12 20 45W 59B 65B 73 63 4

Player
Alexander, Danario Amendola, Danny Anderson, Todd Banks, Cornell Barnes, Tim Bradford, Sam Brandstater, Tom Brockers, Michael Brown, Aaron Brown, Sammy Burney, Kendric Campbell, Mike Childers, Jamie Clemens, Kellen Cole, Justin Conrath, Matthew Cudjo, Jermelle Dahl, Craig Dahl, Harvey Daniels, Matthew Davis, Austin Dunbar, Jo-Lonn Eldridge, Brody Finnegan, Cortland Fletcher, Bradley Gibson, Brandon Givens, Chris Gordy, Josh Guidugli, Ben Haggan, Mario Harkey, Cory Hayes, William Hebert, T. Bob Hekker, Johnny Hoffman-Ellis, Alex Hoomanawanui, Michael Hughes, Kevin Hull, Josh Jackson, Steven Jarrett, Jamaar Jenkins, Janoris Johnson, Nick Johnson, Trumaine Keller, Noah Kendricks, Lance Langford, Kendall Laurinaitis, James Laws, Trevor Lindholm, Garrett Long, Chris Long, Joe Malone, Tom Mattison, Bryan McIntosh, Rocky McKee, Ryan McLeod, Rodney McNeill, Mike McQuaide, Jake Middleton, Calvin Mikell, Quintin Miller, Brit Mughelli, Ovie Mulligan, Matthew Murphy, Jerome Ojinnaka, Quinn Pead, Isaiah Peterson, Deangelo Pettis, Austin Pointer, Quinton Quick, Brian Quinn, Robert Reynolds, Chase Richardson, Barry Richardson, Daryl Saffold, Rodger Salas, Greg Schweiger, Nicholas Scott, Darell Sims, Eugene Smith, Jason Smith, Scott Smith, Steve Stewart, Darian Tripucka, Travis Turner, Robert Valdez, Jose Watkins, Rokevious Wells, Scott Zuerlein, Greg

Pos
WR WR FB DT C QB QB DT LB LB CB WR TE QB LB DT DT S G S QB LB TE CB CB WR WR CB FB LB TE DE G P LB TE G/T LB RB DE CB WR CB LB TE DT LB DT K DE T P G LB T S TE LS RB S FB FB TE CB G RB TE WR S WR DE RB T RB T WR RB DT DE T DE WR S LS C/G T T C K

Ht
6-5 5-11 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-5 6-5 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-2 6-5 6-2 6-3 6-7 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-5 5-10 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-5 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-5 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-6 5-10 6-4 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-1 6-4 6-0 6-5 5-10 6-3 6-3 5-9 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-6 5-10 6-5 6-1 5-10 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-7 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-4 6-6 6-3 6-2 6-0

Wt
217 188 267 310 300 224 222 322 237 242 190 205 230 220 242 290 311 212 308 211 221 226 265 188 200 205 198 195 248 274 260 272 300 227 232 263 300 245 240 265 193 187 204 242 247 295 250 304 190 270 304 205 310 242 308 183 235 247 220 204 253 250 265 200 306 197 243 207 186 220 264 200 319 196 314 209 210 317 265 308 261 195 214 240 308 324 338 300 187

DOB
8/7/1988 11/2/1985 9/15/1988 1/3/1986 5/14/1988 11/8/1987 10/21/1984 12/21/1990 9/24/1988 4/17/1990 2/14/1988 8/12/1989 6/26/1988 6/6/1983 11/22/1987 8/11/1989 9/28/1986 6/17/1985 6/24/1981 9/27/1989 6/2/1989 3/13/1985 3/31/1987 2/2/1984 6/25/1986 8/13/1987 12/6/1989 2/9/1987 10/22/1987 3/30/1980 6/17/1990 5/2/1985 2/9/1989 2/8/1990 8/14/1989 7/4/1988 8/6/1988 5/21/1987 7/22/1983 3/28/1990 10/29/1988 8/16/1989 1/1/1990 12/5/1988 1/30/1988 1/27/1986 12/3/1986 6/14/1985 8/10/1988 3/28/1985 7/27/1989 3/29/1984 5/15/1984 11/15/1982 11/4/1986 6/23/1990 3/7/1988 12/7/1987 5/19/1990 9/16/1980 9/15/1986 6/1/1980 1/18/1985 1/13/1987 4/23/1984 12/14/1989 1/11/1989 5/6/1988 4/16/1988 6/5/1989 5/18/1990 10/22/1987 5/15/1986 4/12/1990 6/6/1988 8/25/1988 1/30/1990 3/15/1986 3/18/1986 4/30/1986 6/6/1988 5/6/1985 8/4/1988 5/3/1989 8/20/1984 12/13/1986 2/24/1989 1/7/1981 12/27/1987

Age Exp College


22 26 23 25 24 24 27 21 23 22 24 22 24 29 24 22 25 27 31 22 23 27 25 28 26 25 22 25 24 32 22 27 23 22 22 24 24 25 29 22 23 23 22 23 24 26 25 27 23 27 23 28 28 29 25 22 24 24 21 31 25 31 27 23 28 22 23 24 24 23 22 24 26 22 24 23 22 26 26 26 24 27 24 23 27 25 23 31 24 3 3 R 1 1 3 2 R R R 1 1 R 7 3 R 3 5 6 R R 5 3 7 4 4 R 2 1 10 R 5 R R R 3 2 2 9 R R R R R 2 5 4 5 1 5 R 1 3 7 1 R 2 2 R 10 4 10 4 2 7 R R 2 R R 2 1 5 R 3 2 R 4 3 4 R 6 3 R 4 1 R 9 R Missouri Texas Tech Michigan State Fresno State Missouri Oklahoma Fresno State LSU Hawaii Houston North Carolina Temple Coastal Carolina Oregon San Jose St. Virginia Central Oklahoma North Dakota State Nevada-Reno Duke Southern Mississippi Boston College Oklahoma Samford Iowa Washington State Wake Forest Central Michigan Cincinnati Mississippi State UCLA Winston-Salem State LSU Oregon State Washington State Illinois SE Louisiana Penn State Oregon State Arizona State North Alabama Henderson State Montana Ohio Wisconsin Hampton Ohio State Notre Dame Tarleton State Virginia Wayne State USC Iowa Miami (Fla.) Southern Mississippi Virginia Nebraska Ohio State Jacksonville State Boise State Illinois Wake Forest Maine South Florida Syracuse Cincinnati LSU Boise State UNLV Appalachian St. North Carolina Montana Clemson Abilene Christian Indiana Hawaii Dartmouth Clemson West Texas A&M Baylor Texas Tech USC South Carolina Massachusetts New Mexico Arkansas South Carolina Tennesseee Missouri Western

H.S. Hometown
Marlin, Tex. The Woodlands, Tex. Napoleon, Mich. San Jose, Calif. Longwood, Mo. Oklahoma City, Okla. Turlock, Calif. Houston, Tex. Puyallup, Wash. Wiggins, Miss. Jacksonville, N.C. Edison, N.J. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Burns, Ore. Chino Hills, Calif. Oak Lawn, Ill. Lawton, Okla. Mankato, Minn. Fallon, Nev. Fayetteville, Ga. Meridian, Miss. Syracuse, N.Y. La Cygne, Kan. Milton, Fla. Youngstown, Ohio Puyallup, Wash. Wylie, Tex. Warthan, Ga. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Clarksdale, Miss. Chino Hills, Calif. High Point, N.C. Norcross, Ga. Bothell, Wash. Los Angeles, Calif. Bloomington, Ill. New Orleans, La. Millheim, Pa. Las Vegas, Nev. San Marcos, Calif. Pahokee, Fla. Santa Cruz, Calif. Stockton, Calif. Kearny, Nebr. Milwaukee, Wisc. Petersburg, Va. Plymouth, Minn. Dayton, Ohio Pflugerville, Tex. Charlottesville, Va. Lapeer, Mich. Lake Elsinore, Calif. Mishawaka, In. Gaffney, S.C. Daphne, Ala. Oxon Hill, Md. St. Louis, Mo. Cincinnati, Ohio Acworth, Ga. Eugene, Ore. Decatur, Ill. Charleston, S.C. Bangor, Me. Elizabeth, N.J. Seabrook, Md. Columbus, Ohio New Orleans, La. Orange, Calif. Ft. Myers, Fla. Columbia, S.C. Ladson, S.C. Drummond, Mont. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Jacksonville, Fla. Bedford, Ohio Chino, Calif. Norton, Mass. Columbia, S.C. Mt. Olive, Miss. Dallas, Texas Kailua, Hi. Woodland Hills, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Boonton Township, N.J. Austin, Tex. Milwaukee, Wisc. Fairburn, Ga. Brentwood, Tenn. Lincoln, Nebr.

How Acq
FA'10 FA-'09 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'11 D1-'10 FA-'11 D1-'12 D7A-'12 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 W(HOU)-'11 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'09 FA-'09 UFA(ATL)-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 UFA (NO)-'12 W(IND)-'12 UFA (TEN)-'12 D3-'09 T(PHI)-'09 D4-'12 FA-'11 FA-'11 UFA(DEN)-'12 FA-'12 UFA (TEN)-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 D5A-'10 FA-'11 D7C-'10 D1-04 FA-'12 D2B-'12 FA-'12 D3-'12 FA-'12 D2-'11 UFA (MIA)-'12 D2-'09 UFA (PHI)-'12 FA-'12 D1-'08 FA-'12 FA-'12 W (BAL)-'11 UFA (WAS)-'12 W(NYJ)-'09 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'12 UFA(PHI)-'11 FA-'10 UFA(ATL)-'12 UFA(NYJ)-'12 D3-10 FA-'12 D2C-'12 FA-'12 D3-'11 FA-'12 D2A-'12 D1-'11 FA-'11 UFA(KC)-'12 D7B-'12 D2-'10 D4-'11 FA-'12 D4-'09 D6B-'10 D1-'09 FA-'12 UFA (PHI)-'12 FA-'10 FA-'12 UFA (NYJ)-'12 W(ATL)-'12 D5-'12 UFA (GB)-'12 D6-'12

RAMS NUMERICAL ROSTER


#
1 2 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 45B 45W 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59B 59W 60 61 62 63 65B 65W 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 76 77 79 81 82 83 84 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

Player
Garrett Lindholm Tom Malone Greg Zuerlein Tom Brandstater Johnny Hekker Sam Bradford Austin Davis Kellen Clemens Brandon Gibson Steve Smith Chris Givens Nick Johnson Mike Campbell Danny Amendola Austin Pettis Darian Stewart Janoris Jenkins Trumaine Johnson Jerome Murphy Isaiah Pead Josh Gordy Daryl Richardson Quintin Mikell Ovie Mughelli Cortland Finnegan Bradley Fletcher Quinton Pointer Chase Reynolds Nicholas Schweiger Calvin Middleton Matthew Daniels Rodney McLeod Steven Jackson Ben Guidugli Kendric Burney Craig Dahl Jake McQuaide Jamie Childers Travis Tripucka Cory Harkey Todd Anderson Deangelo Peterson Brit Miller Aaron Brown Mario Haggan Justin Cole Noah Keller Alex Hoffman-Ellis James Laurinaitis Josh Hull Sammy Brown Jo-Lonn Dunbar Robert Turner Rocky McIntosh T. Bob Hebert Tim Barnes Harvey Dahl Scott Wells Jose Valdez Jamaar Jarrett Scott Smith Bryan Mattison Ryan McKee Quinn Ojinnaka Kevin Hughes Matthew Conrath Jason Smith Rokevious Watkins Rodger Saffold Joe Long Barry Richardson Brody Eldridge Matthew Mulligan Brian Quick Danario Alexander Michael Hoomanawanui Greg Salas Lance Kendricks Mike McNeill Michael Brockers Chris Long Eugene Sims Jermelle Cudjo Robert Quinn William Hayes Cornell Banks Darell Scott Kendall Langford Trevor Laws

Pos
K P K QB P QB QB QB WR WR WR WR WR WR WR S CB CB CB RB CB RB S FB CB CB S RB RB RB S S RB FB CB S LS TE LS TE FB TE FB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB C LB G C G C T DE DE G T G G/T DT T T T T T TE TE WR WR TE WR TE TE DT DE DE DT DE DE DT DT DT DT

Ht
5-9 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-2 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-3 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-10 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-1 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-0 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-2 6-5 6-1 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-6 6-5 6-7 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-7 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-1

Wt
190 205 187 222 227 224 221 220 205 195 198 187 205 188 207 214 193 204 200 197 195 196 204 250 188 200 186 200 210 220 211 183 240 248 190 212 247 230 240 260 267 243 253 237 274 242 242 232 250 245 242 226 308 242 300 300 308 300 324 265 261 310 308 306 300 290 308 338 314 304 319 265 265 220 217 263 209 247 235 322 270 265 311 264 272 310 317 295 304

Birth Date
8/10/1988 3/29/1984 12/27/1987 10/21/1984 2/8/1990 11/8/1987 6/2/1989 6/6/1983 8/13/1987 5/6/85 12/6/1989 8/16/1989 8/12/1989 11/2/1985 5/6/1988 8/4/1988 10/29/1988 1/1/1990 1/13/1987 12/14/1989 2/9/1987 4/12/1990 9/16/1980 6/1/1980 2/2/1984 6/25/1986 4/16/1988 10/22/1987 1/30/1990 5/19/1990 9/27/1989 6/23/1990 7/22/1983 10/22/1987 2/14/1988 6/17/1985 12/7/1987 6/26/1988 5/3/1989 6/17/1990 9/15/1988 1/11/1989 9/15/1986 9/24/1988 3/30/1980 11/22/1987 12/5/1988 8/14/1989 12/3/1986 5/21/1987 4/17/1990 3/13/1985 8/20/1984 11/15/1982 2/9/1989 5/14/1988 6/24/1981 1/7/1981 12/13/1986 3/28/1990 6/6/1988 5/15/1984 11/4/1986 4/23/1984 8/6/1988 8/11/1989 4/30/1986 2/24/1989 6/6/1988 7/27/1989 5/15/1986 3/31/1987 1/18/1985 6/5/1989 8/7/1988 7/4/1988 8/25/1988 1/30/1988 3/7/1988 12/21/1990 3/28/1985 3/18/1986 9/28/1986 5/18/1990 5/2/1985 1/3/1986 3/15/1986 1/27/1986 6/14/1985

NFL Age Exp College


23 28 24 27 22 24 23 29 25 26 22 23 22 26 24 24 23 22 25 22 25 22 31 31 28 26 24 24 22 22 22 22 29 24 24 27 24 24 23 22 23 23 25 23 32 24 23 22 25 25 22 27 27 29 23 24 31 31 25 22 24 28 25 28 24 22 26 23 24 23 26 25 27 23 23 24 23 24 24 21 27 26 25 22 27 26 26 26 27 1 1 R 2 R 3 R 7 4 6 R R 1 3 2 3 R R 2 R 2 R 10 10 7 4 R 1 R R R R 9 1 1 5 2 R R R R R 4 R 10 2 R R 4 3 R 5 4 7 R 1 6 9 1 R R 3 1 7 2 R 4 R 3 R 5 3 4 R 3 3 2 2 2 R 5 3 3 2 5 1 4 5 5 Tarleton State USC Missouri Western Fresno State Oregon State Oklahoma Southern Mississippi Oregon Washington State USC Wake Forest Henderson State Temple Texas Tech Boise State South Carolina North Alabama Montana South Florida Cincinnati Central Michigan Abilene Christian Boise State Wake Forest Samford Iowa UNLV Montana Dartmouth Jacksonville State Duke Virginia Oregon State Cincinnati North Carolina North Dakota State Ohio State Coastal Carolina Massachusetts UCLA Michigan State LSU Illinois Hawaii Mississippi State San Jose St. Ohio Washington State Ohio State Penn State Houston Boston College New Mexico Miami (Fla.) LSU Missouri Nevada-Reno Tennesseee Arkansas Arizona State Texas Tech Iowa Southern Mississippi Syracuse SE Louisiana Virginia Baylor South Carolina Indiana Wayne State Clemson Oklahoma Maine Appalachian St. Missouri Illinois Hawaii Wisconsin Nebraska LSU Virginia West Texas A&M Central Oklahoma North Carolina Winston-Salem St. Fresno State Clemson Hampton Notre Dame

H.S. Hometown
Pflugerville, Tex. Lake Elsinore, Calif. Lincoln, Nebr. Turlock, Calif. Bothell, Wash. Oklahoma City, Okla. Meridian, Miss. Burns, Oreg. Puyallup, Wash. Woodland Hills, Calif. Wylie, Tex. Santa Cruz, Calif. Edison, N.J. The Woodlands, Tex. Orange, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Pahokee, Fla. Stockton, Calif. Elizabeth, N.J. Columbus, Ohio Warthan, Ga. Jacksonville, Fla. Eugene, Ore. Charleston, S.C. Milton, Fla. Youngstown, Ohio Ft. Myers, Fla. Drummond, Mont. Norton, Mass. Acworth, Ga. Fayetteville, Ga. Oxon Hill, Md. Las Vegas, Nev. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Jacksonville, N.C. Mankato, Minn. Cincinnati, Ohio Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Boonton Township, N.J. Chino Hills, Calif. Napoleon, Mich. New Orleans, La. Decatur, Ill. Puyallup, Wash. Clarksdale, Miss. Chino Hills, Calif. Kearny, Nebr. Los Angeles, Calif. Plymouth, Minn. Millheim, Pa. Wiggins, Miss. Syracuse, N.Y. Austin, Tex. Gaffney, S.C. Norcross, Ga. Longwood, Mo. Fallon, Nev. Brentwood, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wisc. San Marcos, Calif. Kailua, Hawaii Mishawaka, In. Daphne, Ala. Seabrook, Md. New Orleans, La. Oak Lawn, Ill. Dallas, Tex. Fairburn, Ga. Bedford, Ohio Lapeer, Mich. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. La Cygne, Kan. Bangor, Me. Columbia, S.C. Marlin, Texas Bloomington, Ill. Chino, Calif. Milwaukee, Wisc. St. Louis, Mo. Houston, Tex. Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Olive, Miss. Lawton, Okla. Ladson, S.C. High Point, N.C. San Jose, Calif. Columbia, S.C. Petersburg, Va. Dayton, Ohio

How Acq
FA-'12 FA-'12 D6-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 D1-'10 FA-'12 W(HOU)-'11 T(PHI)-'09 UFA (PHI)-'12 D4-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'09 D3-'11 FA-'10 D2B-'12 D3-'12 D3-10 D2C-'12 FA-'11 D7B-'12 UFA(PHI)-'11 UFA(ATL)-'12 UFA(TEN)-'12 D3-'09 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 D1-04 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'09 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'10 D7A-'12 UFA(DEN)-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 D2-'09 D7C-'10 FA-'12 UFA (NO)-'12 UFA (NYJ)-'12 UFA (WAS)'-12 FA-'12 FA-'11 UFA(ATL)-'11 UFA (GB)-'12 W(ATL)-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 W(BAL)-'11 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 D1-'09 D5-'12 D2-'10 FA-'12 UFA(KC)-'12 W(IND)-'12 UFA(NYJ)-'12 D2A-'12 FA'10 D5A-'10 D4-'11 D2-'11 FA-'11 D1-'12 D1-'08 D6B-'10 FA-'10 D1-'11 UFA (TEN)-'12 FA-'11 D4-'09 UFA (MIA)-'12 UFA (PHI)-'12

ST. LOUIS RAMS POSITIONAL ROSTER


# 5 8 9 10 Player Tom Brandstater Sam Bradford Austin Davis Kellen Clemens Pos QB QB QB QB RB RB FB RB RB RB RB FB FB FB WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE OL G C T C T G T G G/T T T T T T DE DE DT DT DE DE DT DE DE DT DT DT DT LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB S CB CB CB CB DB CB CB S S S CB S K P K P LS LS Ht 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-10 5-10 6-1 6-0 5-10 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-5 6-2 6-6 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-5 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-6 6-5 6-7 6-7 6-5 6-3 6-6 6-2 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-6 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-2 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-0 5-11 5-10 5-10 6-0 5-9 6-0 5-10 5-9 6-1 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-5 6-2 6-1 Wt 222 228 221 220 197 196 250 200 210 220 236 248 267 253 210 195 198 187 205 188 207 220 215 209 230 260 243 265 265 263 243 235 308 300 300 305 300 324 310 308 306 300 308 338 314 304 319 265 261 290 322 276 250 311 265 272 310 315 295 304 237 274 242 242 232 247 245 242 226 242 215 193 204 200 195 204 188 200 186 211 183 190 209 190 205 187 227 219 240 Birth Date 10/21/84 11/8/87 6/2/1989 6/6/83 12/14/1989 4/12/1990 6/1/1980 10/22/1987 1/30/1990 5/19/1990 7/22/83 10/22/87 9/15/88 9/15/86 8/13/87 5/6/85 12/6/89 8/16/89 8/12/89 11/2/85 5/6/1988 6/5/1989 8/7/88 8/25/88 6/26/88 6/17/90 1/11/1989 3/31/1987 1/18/85 7/4/88 1/30/88 3/7/88 8/20/84 2/9/89 5/14/1988 6/24/1981 1/7/81 12/13/86 5/15/84 11/4/86 4/23/1984 8/6/88 4/30/86 2/24/89 6/6/88 7/27/89 5/15/86 3/28/90 6/6/88 8/11/89 12/21/90 3/28/85 3/18/86 9/28/86 5/18/90 5/2/85 1/3/86 3/15/86 1/27/86 6/14/85 9/24/88 3/30/80 11/22/87 12/5/88 8/14/89 12/3/86 5/21/87 4/17/90 3/13/85 11/15/82 8/4/88 10/29/88 1/1/90 1/13/87 2/9/1987 9/16/80 2/2/84 6/25/86 4/16/1988 9/27/1989 6/23/90 2/14/1988 6/17/85 8/10/88 3/29/84 12/27/87 2/8/1990 12/7/87 5/3/89 8/13/2012 NFL Age Exp College 26 24 22 29 22 22 31 23 22 21 29 24 23 25 25 26 22 23 22 26 23 22 22 23 23 21 23 25 27 24 24 23 27 23 23 30 31 25 28 25 27 24 26 23 24 23 26 22 24 22 21 27 26 25 21 26 26 26 26 27 21 32 24 23 22 25 2 22 27 29 24 23 22 23 24 30 28 26 24 22 22 23 27 23 28 24 22 24 23 2 2 R 7 R R 10 1 R R 8 R R 4 3 6 R R 1 3 2 R 2 2 R R R 3 4 3 R R 4 R 1 5 9 1 2 1 7 R 4 R 3 R 5 R R R R 4 2 3 R 5 1 3 5 5 R 10 2 R R 3 3 R 5 7 2 R R 2 1 9 7 4 R R R 1 5 1 1 R R R R Fresno State Oklahoma Southern Mississippi Oregon Cincinnati Abilene Christian Wake Forest Montana Dartmouth Jacksonville State Oregon State Cincinnati Michigan State Illinois Washington State USC Wake Forest Henderson State Temple Texas Tech Boise State Appalachian St. Missouri Hawaii Coastal Carolina UCLA LSU Oklahoma Maine Illinois Wisconsin Nebraska New Mexico LSU Missouri Nevada-Reno Tennesseee Arkansas Iowa Southern Mississippi Syracuse SE Louisiana Baylor South Carolina Indiana Wayne State Clemson Arizona State Texas Tech Virginia LSU Virginia West Texas A&M Central Oklahoma North Carolina Winston-Salem St. Fresno State Clemson Hampton Notre Dame Hawaii Mississippi State San Jose St. Ohio Washington State Ohio State Penn State Houston Boston College Miami (Fla.) South Carolina North Alabama Montana South Florida Central Michigan Boise State Samford Iowa UNLV Duke Virginia North Carolina North Dakota State Tarleton State USC Missouri Western Oregon State Ohio State Massachusettes H.S. Hometown Turlock, Calif. Oklahoma City, Okla. Meridian, Miss. Burns, Ore. Columbus, Ohio Jacksonville, Fla. Charleston, S.C. Drummond, Mt. Norton, Mass. Acworth, Ga. Las Vegas, Nev. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Napoleon, Mich. Decatur, Ill. Puyallup, Wash. Woodland Hills, Calif. Wylie, Tex. Santa Cruz, Calif. Edison, N.J. The Woodlands, Tex. Orange, Calif. Columbia, S.C. Marlin, Texas Chino, Calif. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. Chino Hills, Calif. New Orleans, La. La Cygne, Kan. Bangor, Me. Bloomington, Ill. Milwaukee, Wisc. St. Louis, Mo. Austin, Tex. Norcross, Ga. Longwood, Mo. Fallon, NV Brentwood, Tenn. Milwaukee, Wisc. Mishawaka, Ia. Daphne, Ala. Seabrook, Md. New Orleans, La. Dallas, Tex. Fairburn, Ga. Bedford, Ohio Lapeer, Mich. Mt. Pleasant, S.C. San Marcos, Calif. Kailua, Hawaii Oak Lawn, Ill. Houston, Tex. Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Olive, Miss. Lawton, Okla. Ladson, S.C. High Point, N.C. San Jose, Calif. Columbia, S.C. Petersburg, Va. Dayton, Ohio Puyallup, Wash. Clarksdale, Miss. Chino Hills, Calif. Kearny, Neb. Los Angeles, Calif. Plymouth, Minn. Millheim, Pa. Wiggins, Miss. Syracuse, N.Y. Gaffney, S.C. Huntsville, Ala. Pahokee, Fla. Stockton, Calif. Elizabeth, N.J. Warthan, Ga. Eugene, Ore. Milton, Fla. Youngstown, Ohio Ft. Myers, Fla. Fayetteville, Ga. Oxon Hill, Md. Jacksonville, N.C. Mankato, Minn. Pflugerville, Tex. Lake Elsinore, Calif. Lincoln, Neb. Bothell, Wash. Cincinnati, Ohio Boonton Township, N.J. How Acq FA-'11 D1-'10 FA-'12 W(HOU)-'11 D2C-'12 D7B-'12 UFA(ATL)-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 D1-04 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'10 T(PHI)-'09 UFA (PHI)-'12 D4-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'09 D3-'11 D2A-'12 FA'10 D4-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 W(IND)-'12 UFA(NYJ)-'12 D5A-'10 D2-'11 FA-'11 UFA (NYJ)-'12 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'11 UFA (GB)-'12 W(ATL)-'12 W (BAL)-'11 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'12 FA-'11 D1-'09 D5-'12 D2-'10 FA-'12 UFA(KC)-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 D1-'11 D1-'08 D6B-'10 FA-'10 D1-'11 UFA (TEN)-'12 FA-'11 D4-'09 UFA (MIA)-'12 UFA (PHI)-'12 D7A-'12 UFA(DEN)-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12 FA-'12 D2-'09 D7C-'10 FA-'12 UFA (NO)-'12 UFA (WAS)'-12 FA-'10 D2B-'12 D3-'12 D3-'10 FA-'11 UFA(PHI)-'11 UFA(TEN)-'12 D3-'09 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'09 FA-'12 FA-'12 D6-'12 FA-'12 FA-'11 FA-'12
QUARTERBACKS (4)

RUNNING BACKS (10)

24 Isaiah Pead 26 Daryl Richardson Ovie Mughelli 34 Chase Reynolds 35 Nicholas Schweiger 36 Calvin Middleton 39 Steven Jackson 41 Ben Guidugli 47 Todd Anderson 49 Brit Miller
WIDE RECEIVERS (10)

11 12 13 14 15 16 18 83 84 87 45B 46 48 81 82 86 88 89 59B 60 61 62 63 65B 67 68 69 70 72 73 76 77 79 65W 66 71 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59W 20 21 22 23 25 27 31 32 33 37 38 42 43 1 2 4 6 44 45W

Brandon Gibson Steve Smith Chris Givens Nick Johnson Mike Campbell Danny Amendola Austin Pettis Brian Quick Danario Alexander Greg Salas Jamie Childers Cory Harkey Deangelo Peterson Brody Eldridge Matthew Mulligan Michael Hoomanawanui Lance Kendricks Mike McNeill Robert Turner T. Bob Hebert Tim Barnes Harvey Dahl Scott Wells Jose Valdez Bryan Mattison Ryan McKee Quinn Ojinnaka Kevin Hughes Jason Smith Rokevious Watkins Rodger Saffold Joe Long Barry Richardson Jamaar Jarrett Scott Smith Matthew Conrath Michael Brockers Chris Long Eugene Sims Jermelle Cudjo Robert Quinn William Hayes Cornell Banks Darell Scott Kendall Langford Trevor Laws Aaron Brown Mario Haggan Justin Cole Noah Keller Alex Hoffman-Ellis James Laurinaitis Josh Hull Sammy Brown Jo-Lonn Dunbar Rocky McIntosh Darian Stewart Janoris Jenkins Trumaine Johnson Jerome Murphy Josh Gordy Quintin Mikell Cortland Finnegan Bradley Fletcher Quinton Pointer Matthew Daniels Rodney McLeod Kendric Burney Craig Dahl Garrett Lindholm Tom Malone Greg Zuerlein Johnny Hekker Jake McQuaide Travis Tripucka

TIGHT ENDS (8)

OFFENSIVE LINE (15)

DEFENSIVE LINE (13)

LINEBACKERS (10)

SECONDARY (13)

SPECIALISTS (6)

2012 ST. LOUIS RAMS TRANSACTIONS


Date Jan. 2 Name DT Cornell Banks C Tim Barnes CB Kendrick Burney WR John Chiles TE Demarco Cosby DT John Henderson T Ryan McKee RB Chase Reynolds Jan. 9 Jan. 20 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Mar. 12 P Tom Malone K Garrett Lindholm OL Jovan Olafioye WR John Chiles OL Jovan Olafioye C Jason Brown DT Justin Bannan DE James Hall DT Fred Robbins WR Nick Miller LB David Nixon CB Ron Bartell CB Cortland Finnegan DT Kendall Langford C Scott Wells G Quinn Ojinnaka WR Steve Smith FB Brit Miller TE Matthew Mulligan OL Rob Turner QB Tom Brandstater LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar DE Williams Hayes DT Trevor Laws QB Kellen Clemens WR Danny Amendola DT Jermelle Cudjo WR Dominique Curry DT Michael Brockers WR Brian Quick CB Janoris Jenkins RB Isaiah Pead CB Trumaine Johnson WR Chris Givens T Rokevious Watkins K Greg Zuerlein LB Aaron Brown RB Daryl Richardson K Josh Brown CB Chris Smith RB Quinn Porter DT John Henderson CB Nate Ness TE Demarco Cosby G Michael Hay RB Calvin Middleton TE Deangelo Peterson LB Noah Keller S Quinton Pointer S Matthew Daniels P John Hekker FB Todd Anderson DE Scott Smith C T. Bob Hebert DT Matt Conrath LB Alex Hoffman-Ellis LB Derrick Choice S Rodney McLeod RB Nick Schweiger LS Travis Tripuka WR Dominique Curry CB Marquis Johnson T Thomas Welch CB Brian Jackson T Joe Long LB Sammy Brown DE Jamaar Jarrett WR Mike Campbell T Barry Richardson LB Mario Haggan LB Derrick Choice T Jose Valdez TE Brody Eldridge Move Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Signed Waived Waived/Failed Physical Released Released Released Released Waived Waived Released Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed RFA Tender Signed ERFA Tender Signed ERFA Tender Selected 14th overall in NFL Draft (1st Round) Selected 33rd overall in NFL Draft (2nd Round) Selected 39th overall in NFL Draft (2nd Round) Selected 50th overall in NFL Draft (2nd Round) Selected 65th overall in NFL Draft (3rd Round) Selected 96th overall in NFL Draft (4th Round) Selected 150th overall in NFL Draft (5th Round) Selected 171st overall in NFL Draft (6th Round) Selected 209th overall in NFL Draft (7th Round) Selected 252nd overall in NFL Draft (7th Round) Released Waived Waived Waived Waived Waived Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Waived Waived Waived Waived Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Signed Waived Claimed off waivers from ATL Claimed off waivers from IND Date June 14 July 24 July 28 Name LB Rocky McIntosh OL Michael Hay CB Jeremy Caldwell FB Ovie Mughelli Move Signed Waived Waived Signed

Mar. 13 Mar. 15 Mar. 17 Mar. 22 Mar. 26

Mar. 30 April 2 April 11 April 12 April 17 April 25 April 26 April 27

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ST. LOUIS RAMS / PRESEASON / WEEK 2 / THROUGH SUNDAY, AUGUST 12, 2012 * RUSHING at Indianapolis 64,133 Pead Kansas City S. Jackson at Dallas Middleton Baltimore D. Richardson St.L. Opp. Davis TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 15 23 Mughelli Rushing 6 9 Bradford Passing 8 14 TEAM Penalty 1 0 OPPONENTS 3rd Down: Made/Att 5/13 11/15 * RECEIVING 3rd Down Pct. 38.5 73.3 Pettis 4th Down: Made/Att 1/3 0/0 Pead 4th Down Pct. 33.3 0.0 Campbell POSSESSION AVG. 30:06 29:54 Kendricks TOTAL NET YARDS 215 430 St. Smith Avg. Per Game 215.0 430.0 N. Johnson Total Plays 59 63 D. Richardson Avg. Per Play 3.6 6.8 Givens NET YARDS RUSHING 68 116 Middleton Avg. Per Game 68.0 116.0 Quick Total Rushes 24 32 Peterson NET YARDS PASSING 147 314 Amendola Avg. Per Game 147.0 314.0 S. Jackson Sacked/Yards Lost 2/12 1/9 Salas Gross Yards 159 323 TEAM Att./Completions 33/23 30/21 OPPONENTS Completion Pct. 69.7 70.0 * INTERCEPTIONS Had Intercepted 1 0 TEAM PUNTS/AVERAGE 4/45.8 2/43.5 OPPONENTS NET PUNTING AVG. 4/44.3 2/33.5 * PUNTING PENALTIES/YARDS 4/20 3/69 Hekker FUMBLES/BALL LOST 2/1 1/0 Malone TOUCHDOWNS 0 5 TEAM Rushing 0 2 OPPONENTS Passing 0 3 * PUNT RETURNS Returns 0 0 OPPONENTS * SCORE BY PERIODS Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 OT PTS * KICKOFF RETURNS TEAM 0 3 0 0 0 3 Reynolds OPPONENTS 7 14 7 10 0 38 Givens * SCORING TD-Ru-Pa-Rt K-PAT FG S PTS Pead Zuerlein 0 0 0 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0 3 TEAM TEAM 0 0 0 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0 3 OPPONENTS OPPONENTS 5 2 3 0 5/ 5 1/ 1 0 38 * FIELD GOALS 2-Pt Conv: TM 0-0, OPP 0-0 Zuerlein SACKS: Cudjo 1, TM 1, OPP 2 TEAM FUM/LOST: Bradford 1/0, Pead 1/1 OPPONENTS Zuerlein: (37G) TM: (37G) OPP: (31G) * PASSING Davis Bradford Clemens TEAM OPPONENTS Att Cmp Yds Cmp% Yds/Att TD 18 12 84 66.7 4.67 0 9 7 57 77.8 6.33 0 6 4 18 66.7 3.00 0 33 23 159 69.7 4.82 0 30 21 323 70.0 10.77 3 WON 0, LOST 1 08/12 L 3-38 08/18 08/25 08/30 No. Yds Avg Long TD 10 33 3.3 11 0 4 17 4.3 6 0 3 10 3.3 7 0 4 4 1.0 4 0 1 2 2.0 2 0 1 2 2.0 2 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 24 68 2.8 11 0 32 116 3.6 13 2 No. Yds Avg Long TD 3 25 8.3 13 0 3 9 3.0 4 0 2 18 9.0 12 0 2 18 9.0 10 0 2 14 7.0 7 0 2 12 6.0 7 0 2 8 4.0 6 0 1 13 13.0 13 0 1 12 12.0 12 0 1 9 9.0 9 0 1 8 8.0 8 0 1 6 6.0 6 0 1 6 6.0 6 0 1 1 1.0 1 0 23 159 6.9 13 0 21 323 15.4 63t 3 No. Yds Avg Long TD 0 0 --- --0 1 31 31.0 31 0 No. Yds Avg Net TB In Lg B 2 111 55.5 52.5 0 2 67 0 2 72 36.0 36.0 0 1 37 0 4 183 45.8 44.3 0 3 67 0 2 87 43.5 33.5 1 0 46 0 Ret FC Yds Avg Long TD 1 1 6 6.0 6 0 No. Yds Avg Long TD 3 59 19.7 23 0 1 28 28.0 28 0 1 30 30.0 30 0 5 117 23.4 30 0 1 21 21.0 21 0 1-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50+ 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/0 0/ 0 0/ 0 1/ 1 0/ 0 0/0

TD% Int Int% Long Sack/Lost Rating 0.0 1 5.6 13 0/ 0 53.9 0.0 0 0.0 13 0/ 0 93.1 0.0 0 0.0 9 2/ 12 70.1 0.0 1 3.0 13 2/ 12 67.6 10.0 0 0.0 63t 1/ 9 138.6