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The rapper has nothing but love when it comes to the St. Louis Cardinals and Rams.
The NFL playoff race is in full swing, but there are a number of players that won’t be around to be a part of it. The Cowboys, Packers, Broncos and Rams have all suffered serious injuries to big-name players that could linger on for the rest of this season and possibly even into the next.
The NFL has seen its share of bad calls in the past, but they are bound to happen because no-one is perfect and people make mistakes. 2013 appears to be the year of a lot more referee mistake than usual though and another big gaffe happened on Sunday.
Teams are competing for playoff positioning now, as a number of them believe they’ve already got a clear-cut path to the postseason. It always appears though, that it is the teams that have next to nothing to lose that are playing at their best as the season begins to round a corner toward the end.
The NFL is full of common news bits such as injuries and signings, but there are also the weird tales that make it even more intriguing. Who would have thought that someone could make so much money and never get drafted? And who would have thought a referee would be banned for trash talking?
There were a large number of injuries in Week 7 of the 2013 NFL season, and some of them proved to be quite serious. Some teams are really worried though because a few of the injuries happened to back-up players that were already filling in for injured starters.
Daryl Richardson is only in his second NFL season, and he was pushed into the starting running back position for the St. Louis Rams. If ever there was a time for Richardson to grow up in a hurry, the 2013 season is it.
A person familiar with the decision says Jeff Fisher has accepted an offer to coach the St. Louis Rams. The person confirmed the agreement to The Associated Press on Friday on condition of anonymity because the hiring hadn’t been announced.
The Seahawks used a stingy defense to become the first sub-.500 division champ in league history with a 16-6 win over St. Louis on Sunday night.
James Hall, Chris Long and Larry Grant had sacks apiece and the St. Louis Rams stuffed the NFL’s top offense in a 20-17 victory over the San Diego Chargers on Sunday.
The San Diego Chargers have signed receiver Richard Goodman from the practice squad to the active roster.