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REGULAR SEASON (4-4) Day Date Game Time TV Sun. 9/12 Arizona L 17-13 Sun 9/19 at Oakland L 16-14 Sun. 9/26 Washington W 30-16 Sun. 10/3 Seattle W 20-3 Sun. 10/10 at Detroit L 44-6 Sun. 10/17 San Diego W 20-17 Sun. 10/24 at Tampa Bay L 18-17 Sun. 10/31 Carolina W 20-10 Sun. 11/7 Bye Week Sun. 11/14 at San Francisco 3:15 p.m. FOX Sun. 11/21 Atlanta* 3:15 p.m. FOX Sun. 11/28 at Denver* 3:15 p.m. FOX Sun. 12/5 at Arizona * 3:15 p.m. FOX Sun. 12/12 at New Orleans * 3:15 p.m. FOX Sun. 12/19 Kansas City * Noon CBS Sun. 12/26 San Francisco * Noon FOX Sun. 1/2 at Seattle * 3:15 p.m. FOX * Subject to Flex Scheduling 2010 SCHEDULE WWW.STLOUISRAMS.COM/MEDIA USERNAME: ramsmedia PASSWORD: rams W ednesday , November 10 -Practice: 11:45 a.m. -Open locker room: 1:55- 2:40 p.m. -Coach Spagnuolo & QB Sam Bradford available on field after practice. - Conference Calls: Coach Mike Singletary 11:45 a.m. 49ers Player TBD, 1 p.m. Thursday , Nov . 1 1 -Practice: 11:45 a.m. -Open locker room: 1:55- 2:40 p.m. -Coach Spagnuolo & RB Steven Jackson available on field after practice. - Defensive Coordinator Ken Flajole & Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur available on field. Friday , Nov . 12 -Practice: 10:45 a.m. -Open locker room: 12:35- 1:20 p.m. -Coach Spagnuolo available on field after practice. Saturday , November 13 Travel Day No Availability Sunday , November 14 Rams at 49ers Candlestick Park 3:15 (CST) Monday , November 15 Coach Spagnuolo Press Conference 2 p.m. R EGULAR S EASON W EEK 10 ST .LOUIS RAMS (4-4) AT SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (2-6) Sunday, November 14, 2010, Candlestick Park, 3:15 (CST) RAMS TO FACE DIVISIONAL FOE FOLLOWING BYE THIS WEEK’S MEDIA AVAILABILITY TED CREWS - SENIOR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS [email protected] - 314-516-8797 ARTIS TWYMAN - DIRECTOR, MEDIA RELATIONS [email protected] - 314-516-8759 JULIA FARON - MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR [email protected] - 314-516-8766 CASEY PEARCE - PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATOR [email protected] - 314-516-8765 The St. Louis Rams, winners of their last four home games and four of their last six games over- all, go in search of their first road victory of the season as they return from their bye to face the NFC West rival 49ers in San Francisco. The Rams (4-4) are tied for first place in the NFC West as the second half of their season begins. Since moving to St. Louis in 1995, the Rams are 9-6 the week after their bye. The 49ers (2-6) are also coming off their bye after serving as the home team in the NFL’s International Series game in Week 8. San Francisco defeated the Denver Broncos 24-16 in London, England. DE James Hall BROADCAST INFORMATION TELEVISION FOX (KTVI, Ch. 2 in St. Louis) Play-by-Play: Sam Rosen Color Analyst: Tim Ryan Sideline Reporter: Chris Myers RADIO WXOS (101.1 FM) Play-by-Play: Steve Savard Color Analyst: D’Marco Farr Sideline Reporter: Brian Stull NA TIONAL RADIO Sports USA Radio Play-by-Play: Tom McCarthy Color Analyst: John Robinson Sideline Reporter: Tony Graziani

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REGULAR SEASON WEEK 10

ST. LOUIS RAMS (4-4)AT

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (2-6)Sunday, November 14, 2010, Candlestick Park, 3:15 (CST)

2010 SCHEDULEREGULAR SEASON (4-4) Day Sun. Sun Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Date 9/12 9/19 9/26 10/3 10/10 10/17 10/24 10/31 11/7 11/14 11/21 11/28 12/5 12/12 12/19 12/26 1/2 Game Arizona at Oakland Washington Seattle at Detroit San Diego at Tampa Bay Carolina Bye Week at San Francisco Atlanta* at Denver* at Arizona * at New Orleans * Kansas City * San Francisco * at Seattle * 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. 3:15 p.m. Noon Noon 3:15 p.m. FOX FOX FOX FOX FOX CBS FOX FOX Time L L W W L W L W TV 17-13 16-14 30-16 20-3 44-6 20-17 18-17 20-10

RAMS TO FACE DIVISIONAL FOE FOLLOWING BYEThe St. Louis Rams, winners of their last four home games and four of their last six games overall, go in search of their first road victory of the season as they return from their bye to face the NFC West rival 49ers in San Francisco. The Rams (4-4) are tied for first place in the NFC West as the second half of their season begins. Since moving to St. Louis in 1995, the Rams are 9-6 the week after their bye. The 49ers (2-6) are also coming off their bye after serving as the home team in the NFLs DE James Hall International Series game in Week 8. San Francisco defeated the Denver Broncos 24-16 in London, England.

BROADCAST INFORMATIONTELEVISION FOX (KTVI, Ch. 2 in St. Louis) Play-by-Play: Sam Rosen Color Analyst: Tim Ryan Sideline Reporter: Chris Myers RADIO WXOS (101.1 FM) Play-by-Play: Steve Savard Color Analyst: DMarco Farr Sideline Reporter: Brian Stull NATIONAL RADIO Sports USA Radio Play-by-Play: Tom McCarthy Color Analyst: John Robinson Sideline Reporter: Tony Graziani

* Subject to Flex Scheduling

THIS WEEKS MEDIA AVAILABILITYWednesday, November 10-Practice: 11:45 a.m. -Open locker room: 1:552:40 p.m. -Coach Spagnuolo & QB Sam Bradford available on field after practice. - Conference Calls: Coach Mike Singletary 11:45 a.m. 49ers Player TBD, 1 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 11-Practice: 11:45 a.m. -Open locker room: 1:552:40 p.m. -Coach Spagnuolo & RB Steven Jackson available on field after practice. - Defensive Coordinator Ken Flajole & Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur available on field.

Friday, Nov. 12-Practice: 10:45 a.m. -Open locker room: 12:351:20 p.m. -Coach Spagnuolo available on field after practice.

Saturday, November 13Travel Day No Availability

Sunday, November 14Rams at 49ers Candlestick Park 3:15 (CST)

Monday, November 15Coach Spagnuolo Press Conference 2 p.m.

WWW.STLOUISRAMS.COM/MEDIA USERNAME: ramsmedia PASSWORD: ramsTED CREWS - SENIOR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS [email protected] - 314-516-8797 ARTIS TWYMAN - DIRECTOR, MEDIA RELATIONS [email protected] - 314-516-8759 JULIA FARON - MEDIA RELATIONS COORDINATOR [email protected] - 314-516-8766 CASEY PEARCE - PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATOR [email protected] - 314-516-8765

KROENKE TAKES THE REINSOn August 25, E. Stanley Kroenke became the majority owner of the St. Louis Rams when National Football League owners unanimously voted to approve his bid to purchase the organization. Kroenke is the seventh majority owner in the teams 73-year history. Stan has been a familiar and respected figure in the National Football League for more than 15 years, said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. He is a proven businessman and has experienced success in all of his sports franchises, as well as serving as a responsible community leader. We look forward to him continuing to uphold the goals and values of the NFL as he becomes the majority owner of the St. Louis Rams. Prior to becoming the majority owner of the Rams, Kroenke was the minority owner of the team. He was vital in the effort to bring professional football back to St. Louis in 1995. With his real estate development expertise, Kroenke was instrumental in the building of Rams Park, now known as the Russell Training Center. We are delighted with todays vote by NFL owners. It is one of the very high points of our long association with the NFL, Kroenke said last Wednesday. We look forward to working with our fellow owners and Commissioner Goodell as the transaction is finalized and in the years ahead. "The Rosenbloom family deserves our thanks for all their efforts on behalf of a great football organization and a great city. Building organizations that win consistently is a challenge that we understand. We are excited about the opportunity as principal owner of the St. Louis Rams. Fifteen years ago, my family entered a partnership with Stan Kroenke and it has been a wonderful relationship, said Chip Rosenbloom. Although today is an emotional day and the end of an era for our family, it is also the beginning of a new chapter in the rich history of the St. Louis Rams. We look forward to Stan continuing the great tradition of the organization. On behalf of my sister Lucia and our entire family, we congratulate Stan and the Kroenke family on becoming the majority owner of the Rams. Kroenke currently is the owner of the Colorado Avalanche (NHL), Denver Nuggets (NBA), the Colorado Rapids (MLS) and the Colorado Mammoth (NLL). He is also the largest shareholder of Arsenal FC of the English Premier League. The Pepsi Center in Denver, also owned by Kroenke, hosted the 2001 NHL All-Star game and the 2005 NBA All-Star game. This facility also played host to the 2008 Democratic National Convention. In 2004, Kroenke launched the Altitude Sports & Entertainment television network. The 24-hour regional sports network is home to the Nuggets, Avalanche and the Mammoth. Kroenkes extensive business interests include serving as chairman and owner of The Kroenke Group, a private real estate investment and development company with offices throughout the United States and Canada, with headquarters in Columbia, Mo. Kroenke is one of the nations leading developers of shopping centers and commercial real estate. Kroenke has undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Missouri and is an active supporter of Mizzou athletic programs. In February 2009, Kroenke was enshrined into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. Joining him in the class of 2009 was former Rams defensive end Grant Wistrom. E. Stanley Kroenke, named after baseball legends Enos Slaughter and Stan Musial, was born in Cole Camp, Mo., and grew up in Mora, Mo. Stan and his wife, Ann, have a daughter, Whitney, and a son, Josh.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM WEEK 8 WIN OVER CAROLINA- QB Sam Bradford completed 25-of32 passes for 191 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions to give him a single-game career-best passer rating of 112.4. Sunday was Bradfords third consecutive game without an interception, and hes now gone 96 consecutive attempts without being picked off. - Prior to the game, the Rams honored former WR Isaac Bruce by retiring his number 80 jersey. Bruce became the ninth player in franchise history to have his jersey retired. - The Rams held Carolina to just 25 rushing yards Sunday, the second lowest total allowed by St. Louis since the club relocated to the Gateway City in 1995. The 25 yards allowed were the fewest given up on the ground since Carolina rushed for 31 yards against St. Louis on Nov. 11, 2001. - As a team, the Rams forced four turnovers, including three interceptions, and St. Louis scored 10 points off of takeaways Sunday. On the season, the Rams have 15 total takeaways. St. Louis had 20 in 16 games in 2009. - Seven different Rams caught a pass Sunday with Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson tied for the team lead with six catches each. - DE Chris Long recorded a sack, giving him three consecutive games with at least 1.0 sacks for the second time in his career. Long now has 4.5 sacks on the season, second among Rams defenders.

QB Sam Bradford

- For the fifth time in as many home games this season, the Rams held their opponent under 17 points. Defensively, St. Louis is allowing just 12.6 points per game at home this season and 17.6 points per game overall. - Bradford was 9-of-11 for 73 yards and two touchdowns on third down Sunday, good for a passer rating of 133.9.

S Oshiomogho Atogwe

REGULAR SEASON WEEK 10: ST. LOUIS RAMS

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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

THE SERIES AT A GLANCE Overall Regular Season Series: Rams lead series, 60-58-2 Overall Postseason Series: 49ers lead series, 1-0 Rams Regular Season Home Record vs. 49ers: 29-30-1 Rams Regular Season Road Record vs. 49ers: 31-28-1 Current Streak: 49ers, four games (2008-present) Rams Longest Streak: 10 games (1971-75) 49ers Longest Streak: 17 games (1990-98) Regular Season Point Total: Rams 2,627 - 49ers 2,642 Most Points, Rams: 56, Rams 56-7 (1958) Most Points, 49ers: 48, 49ers 48-0 (1987) Most Points, both teams: 80, 49ers 45-35 (1983) Fewest Points, Rams: 0, five games, 49ers 35-0 (1961); 49ers 160 (1976); 49ers 33-0 (1984); 49ers 34-0 (1996), 49ers 35-0 (2009) Fewest Points, 49ers: 3, three games, Rams 33-3 (1958), Rams 34-3 (1966), Rams 23-3 (1976). Fewest Points, both teams: 16, 49ers 16-0 (1976)

NOTABLE CONNECTIONSFormer 49ers: Rams General Manager Billy Devaney was a pro personnel assistant for the San Francisco 49ers from 2001-03. Rams Quality Control/Offense Coach Andy Sugarman was an assistant with the 49ers from 1998-2002. Rams TE Billy Bajema played for San Francisco from 2005-08. Rams LB Larry Grant was a 2008 seventh-round draft choice (214th overall) of the 49ers. Rams S Michael Lewis played for the 49ers from 2007-10. Rams FB Brit Miller played for the 49ers in 2009. Missouri Ties: 49ers Tight Ends Coach Pete Hoener coached tight ends for the St. Louis Football Cardinals from 1985-86. Hoener also was a graduate assistant at the University of Missouri from 1975-76. 49ers DE Justin Smith was born in Holts Summit, Mo., attended Jefferson City High School and played collegiately at the University of Missouri. 49ers TE Delanie Walker attended the University of Central Missouri. Bay Area Ties: Rams Offensive Coordinator Pat Shurmur was the offensive line coach at Stanford University in 1998. Rams Quality Control/Offense Coach Andy Sugarman attended the University of California-Berkley and was an offensive/special teams assistant at the school from 1991-97. Rams S Oshiomogho Atogwe attended Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif. TE Daniel Fells went to high school at Fullerton Union High School in Fullerton, Calif., and played collegiately at California-Davis. Rams LB Larry Grant is a Sacramento, Calif. native and played at Foothill High as a freshman. Grant began his collegiate career at City College of San Francisco. Coaching Connections: 49ers Offensive Coordinator Mike Johnson was a member of a Baltimore Ravens coaching staff that led Rams C Jason Brown. Rams RB Coach Sylvester Croom was the head coach at Mississippi State when 49ers RB Anthony Dixon played for the Bulldogs. College Teammate Connections: Rams LB James Laurinaitis played with 49ers T Alex Boone, LB Thaddeus Gibson, QB Troy Smith and WR Ted Ginn, Jr. at Ohio State. Rams DE Chris Long and 49ers LB Ahmad Brooks were teammates at Virginia. Rams LB Nail Diggs and 49ers CB Nate Clements played together at Ohio State. Rams WR Danny Amendola and 49ers WR Michael Crabtree played together at Texas Tech. Rams WR Brandon Gibson and 49ers WR Jason Hill were teamamtes at Washington State. Rams QB Sam Bradford played with 49ers S Reggie Smith at Oklahoma.

SERIES HISTORY VS. SAN FRANCISCOYear 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 Regular Season Rams lead, 60-58-2 Result Location Rams, 35-14 SF Rams, 28-21 LA 49ers, 44-17 SF Rams, 23-16 LA Rams, 35-9 LA Rams, 34-21 SF 49ers, 31-30 SF 49ers, 31-27 LA Tie, 24-24 LA Rams, 42-34 SF Rams, 23-14 SF Rams, 27-14 LA 49ers, 33-30 SF Rams, 30-6 LA 49ers, 23-20 SF Rams, 37-24 LA Rams, 33-3 SF Rams, 56-7 LA 49ers, 34-0 SF 49ers, 24-16 LA 49ers, 13-9 SF 49ers, 23-7 LA 49ers, 35-0 SF Rams, 17-7 LA Rams, 28-14 SF 49ers, 24-17 LA Rams, 28-21 LA Rams, 21-17 SF Rams, 42-14 LA 49ers, 28-7 SF 49ers, 45-21 LA 49ers, 30-27 SF Rams, 34-3 LA 49ers, 21-13 SF 49ers, 27-24 LA Rams, 17-7 SF Rams, 24-10 LA Tie, 20-20 SF Rams, 27-21 SF Rams, 41-30 LA 49ers, 20-6 LA Rams, 30-13 SF Rams, 20-13 SF Rams, 17-6 LA Rams, 31-7 LA Rams, 26-16 SF Rams, 40-20 SF Rams, 31-13 LA Rams, 37-14 LA Rams, 15-13 SF Rams, 23-14 SF 49ers, 24-23 LA 49ers, 16-0 LA Rams, 23-3 SF Rams, 34-14 LA Rams, 23-10 SF Rams, 27-10 LA Rams, 31-28 SF Rams, 27-24 LA Rams, 26-20 SF Year 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Result Rams, 48-26 Rams, 31-17 49ers, 20-17 49ers, 33-31 49ers, 30-24 Rams, 21-20 Rams, 10-7 49ers, 45-35 49ers, 33-0 49ers, 19-16 49ers, 28-14 Rams, 27-20 Rams, 16-13 49ers, 24-14 49ers, 31-10 49ers, 48-0 49ers, 24-21 Rams, 38-16 Rams, 13-12 49ers, 30-27 Rams, 28-17 49ers, 26-10 49ers, 27-10 49ers, 33-10 49ers, 27-24 49ers, 27-10 49ers, 40-17 49ers, 35-10 49ers, 34-19 49ers, 31-27 49ers, 44-10 49ers, 41-13 49ers, 34-0 49ers, 28-11 49ers, 15-12 49ers, 30-10 49ers, 28-10 49ers, 38-19 Rams, 42-20 Rams, 23-7 Rams, 41-24 Rams, 34-24 Rams, 30-26 Rams, 27-14 49ers, 37-13 Rams, 31-20 Rams, 27-24 OT 49ers, 30-10 Rams, 24-14 Rams, 16-6 49ers, 28-25 49ers, 24-20 49ers, 20-13 Rams, 20-17 49ers, 17-16 Rams, 13-9 49ers, 35-16 49ers, 17-16 49ers, 35-0 49ers, 28-6 Location LA SF SF LA LA SF SF LA LA SF LA SF LA SF LA SF LA SF SF LA SF LA SF LA SF LA SF LA LA SF STL SF SF STL STL SF STL SF STL SF STL SF SF STL SF STL STL SF SF STL SF STL SF STL STL SF SF STL SF STL

TALE OF THE TAPERams (rank) 17.5 (29) 302.6 (27) 106.1 (17) 196.5 (24) 31:56 (6) 17.6 (7) 313.9 (10) 97.8 (8) 216.1 (16) 23/165 8/102 +3 (12t) 9.9 (11) 20.8 (26) 9.1 (18) 27.1 (28) 42/45.7 Points Per Game Total Offense Rush Offense Pass Offense Time Of Possession Average Opponent Points Per Game Total Defense Rush Defense Pass Defense Sacks Made/Yards Interceptions By/Yards Turnover Differential Punt Return Average Kickoff Return Average Punt Coverage Kickoff Coverage Punts/Average 49ers (rank) 17.1 (30) 315.9 (22) 98.6 (22) 217.2 (20) 29:38 (21) 22.2 (19) 331.2 (10) 100.2 (8) 231.0 (16) 17/111 8/83 -4 (22t) 7.8 (23) 22.4 (19) 9.3 (20) 21.6 (8) 46/46.5

THE HEAD COACHES STEVE SPAGNUOLONFL Coaching Year: 12th year Rams Head Coach: 2nd year Regular Season: 5-19 (.208) Postseason: 0-0 (.000)Steve Spagnuolo is in his second season as head coach of the St. Louis Rams. Through impressive individual achievements and perseverance through adversity, the Rams formed a bond during Spagnuolos first season at the helm, and became what Spagnuolo envisioned a team. The inner-makings of this team, is a team, and that was one of the primary goals when we first started putting this thing together, Spagnuolo said at the conclusion of last season. Along the way Spagnuolo adopted his formula for success, built on what he calls the Four Pillars: Faith. Character. Core Values. Team First. Spagnuolo came to the Rams after a stellar career as defensive coordinator of the New York Giants and was the architect of the defense that shut down the high-octane New England Patriots in the Giants stunning 17-14 win in Super Bowl XLII. Spagnuolo spent eight seasons (1999-2006) with the Philadelphia Eagles, serving as defensive assistant/safeties from 1999-2000, defensive backs coach from 2001-03 and linebackers coach from 2004-06. From 1999-2005, the Eagles played in four NFC Championship games and one Super Bowl. Spagnuolo coached for 18 years in the college ranks and in professional football in Europe before joining the Eagles. Spagnuolo served as defensive line/special teams coach with the Barcelona Dragons of the WLAF in 1992 and was defensive coordinator/linebackers coach for NFL Europes Frankfurt Galaxy in 1998. A wide receiver at Springfield (Mass.) College from 1978-81, Spagnuolo coached collegiately at Massachusetts (1982-93), Lafayette (1984-86), Connecticut (1987-91), Maine (1993-94), Rutgers (1994-95) and Bowling Green (1996-97). Spagnuolo also worked as a pro personnel intern for the Washington Redskins in 1983 and as a scout with the San Diego Chargers in 1993. A native of Whitinsville, Mass., Spagnuolo is married to wife, Maria.

MIKE SINGLETARYNFL Coaching Year: 8th year 49ers Head Coach: 3rd year Regular Season: 15-18 (.455) Postseason: 0-0 (.000)

Mike Singletary was named the 16th head coach in 49ers history on December 28, 2008. Prior to being named head coach, Singletary took over as interim head coach of the 49ers midway through the 2008 season. Under Singletarys direction, the 49ers won five of their final seven games while he held the interim tag and finished 88 in 2009, his first full season at the helm. Singletary is in his third season as the head coach of the 49ers and is in his eighth season as a NFL coach after a 12-year Pro Football Hall of Fame playing career with the Chicago Bears. Prior to being named head coach of the 49ers, Singletary served as the assistant head coach/defense for San Francisco from 2006 to 2008 after spending one year as the assistant head coach/linebackers in 2005 under head coach Mike Nolan. Under Singletarys direction, LB Patrick Willis was named Defensive Rookie of the Year to go along with All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors. Singletary joined the 49ers after serving as the inside linebackers coach for the Baltimore Ravens from 2003 to 2004 under head coach Brian Billick. Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1998, Singletary played linebacker for 12 seasons as a member of the Chicago Bears (1981-92) after being drafted in the second round of the 1981 NFL Draft out of Baylor. The former Bears captain played in a team-record 10 consecutive Pro Bowls and was also named All-Pro eight times. Singletary was named to the NFL Team of the 80s. Singletary earned All-America honors as both a junior and senior at Baylor, where he totaled 662 career tackles. He was the only junior selected to the All-Southwest Conference Team of the 1970s. Singletary graduated form Evan E. Worthing High School in Houston, Texas. Mike Singletary was born October 9, 1958 in Houston, Texas. He and his wife Kim have seven children.

SPAGNUOLO, AT A GLANCE20092007-08 2004-06 2001-03 1999-2000 1998 1996-97 1994-95 1994 1993 1993 1992 1990-91 1987-89 1984-86 1983 1982-83 St. Louis Rams New York Giants Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Eagles Frankfurt Galaxy (NFLE) Bowling Green University Rutgers University University of Maine University of Maine San Diego Chargers Barcelona Dragons (WLAF) University of Connecticut University of Connecticut Lafayette College Washington Redskins University of Massachusetts Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Linebackers Defensive Backs Defensive Assistant Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Defensive Backs Defensive Backs Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers Defensive Backs Scout Defensive Line/Special Teams Defensive Coordinator/Def. Backs Defensive Backs Defensive Line/Special Teams Player Personnel Intern Graduate Intern

SINGLETARY, AT A GLANCE20082006-08 2005 2003-04 San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers San Francisco 49ers Baltimore Ravens Head Coach Assistant Head Coach/Defense Assistant Head Coach/ Linebackers Inside Linebackers

PROBABLE STARTERS THIS WEEKOFFENSEWR Brandon Gibson Caught a season-high six passes for 67 yards in Week 8 and has 18 receptions for 228 yards on the season. LT Rodger Saffold Second-round pick is the only NFL rookie to start all eight games at left tackle this season. LG Jacob Bell Seventh-year lineman has blocked for four 1,000-yard rushers, opening holes for Tennessees Chris Brown, Travis Henry, LenDale White and the Rams Steven Jackson. C Jason Brown 2009 Pro Bowl alternate started his 68th consecutive game in Week 8, sixth-longest active streak among NFL centers. RG Adam Goldberg Has played in 88 career games with 50 starts and two years ago was the only offensive lineman in the NFL to start at four different positions during the season (LT, RT, LG, RG). RT Jason Smith Former second-overall pick has started six games at right tackle this season. Missed Week 8 contest but is expected back in the lineup this week. TE Billy Bajema Crafty veteran blocker and pass catcher has seven receptions for 65 yards on the season. WR Danny Amendola Leads the Rams with 45 receptions for 379 yards and has caught a touchdown pass in each of the last two weeks. Prior to Rams bye, ranked second in the NFL with 17 receptions on third down this season. QB Sam Bradford Top overall pick in Aprils draft has completed 171-of-292 passes (58.6 pct.) for 1,674 yards and 11 touchdowns. Currently has gone 94 attempts without an interception. FB Mike Karney Second-year Ram has helped Steven Jackson rush for 676 yards this season, including three 100-yard efforts. RB Steven Jackson Two-time Pro Bowler became Rams alltime leading rusher in Week 7 and moved into fourth on teams yards from scrimmage list in Week 8.

DEFENSELDE Chris Long Recorded a sack for the third straight game in his last outing to give him 4.5 on the season. Leads Rams with 11 quarterback pressures and nine quarterback hits. LDT Fred Robbins - Eleven-year veteran joined the Rams in March. Has 2.0 sacks and 16 tackles, including three for loss, on the year. RDT Gary Gibson Has recorded 18 tackles and a quarterback hit while starting every game this season. RDE James Hall Leads the Rams with 6.5 sacks and caused an interception with a quarterback hit in win over Carolina. Leads all defensive linemen with 28 tackles on the year. SLB Nail Diggs Eleven-year pro and first-year Ram has started all eight games and has 22 tackles, including two for loss, on the year. MLB James Laurinaitis Rams leading tackler with 53 stops on the season. Also has two sacks and four passes defensed. Recorded first interception of the season vs. Carolina. WLB Bryan Kehl Was in the starting lineup for the first time in win over Carolina and recorded three tackles. LCB Ron Bartell Leads Rams with 11 passes defensed this season and has 36 tackles on the year. RCB Bradley Fletcher Tied for team lead with two interceptions and has 44 tackles and five passes defensed on the season. SS Craig Dahl Had six tackles and a forced fumble in win over Panthers. Leads the Rams with 10 special teams stops. FS Oshiomogho Atogwe Ranks second among Rams defenders with 53 tackles and five quarterback hits this season. Recorded 21st career interception vs. Carolina and fourth career sack.

KEY CONTRIBUTORSS James Butler Sixth-year veteran made second interception of the season and has 26 tackles and two interceptions on the year. CB Justin King Has logged 12 tackles while manning the nickle cornerback spot this season. DE George Selvie Rookie seventh-round draft pick has 1.5 sacks, 11 total tackles and two quarterback hits on the year. LB Larry Grant Has 20 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles on the year.

KEY CONTRIBUTORSTE Daniel Fells Ranks third on the club with 20 receptions and caught his second touchdown pass of the season vs. Carolina. RB Kenneth Darby Has rushed for 86 yards on 27 carries and has scored two touchdowns. Among Rams leaders with nine special teams tackles as well. TE Michael Hoomanawanui Recorded his first career touchdown reception in Week 8 at Tampa Bay and has six catches for 44 yards on the season.

THE LAST TIMELast Meeting 49ers 28- Rams 6 January 3, 2010 - Edward Jones DomeThe Rams hosted NFC West division opponent San Francisco 49ers in their season finale, falling 28-6. RB Steven Jackson rushed 20 times for 63 yards. The 63 yards gave him 1,416 for the year, best in the NFC. The 1,416 yards rank sixth in Rams history for a single season and are the second-most in his career. WR Danny Amendola returned five kickoffs for 73 yards (22.2-yard average) and five punts for 73 yards (14.6-yard average). Amendola added 31 punt returns for 360 yards. His 97 combined punt and kick returns and 1,978 total return yards are also franchise records. His 1,978 total return yards led the NFL. LB James Laurinaitis recorded his second sack of the season with an 8-yard takedown of 49ers QB Alex Smith. Laurinaitis led the team in tackles, recording six (five solo). Laurinaitis led or tied for the team lead in tackles in 10 of 16 contests this season and finished the season with a team-leading 146 tackles (98 solo). S Craig Dahl recorded his second sack of the season and second of his career. Dahl took down Smith for a 7-yard loss. Dahl finished with four tackles (one solo). DE James Hall recorded a 3-yard sack of Smith. The sack gave Hall 4.5 for the season, third on the team. QB Keith Null started his fourth consecutive game at quarterback, but left the game in the third quarter after being shaken up. Null threw 7-for-17 for 57 yards and no interceptions. QB Kyle Boller entered the game for Null in the third quarter and finished the game. Boller completed 4-of-11 passes for 23 yards. The Rams were the first to score when K Josh Brown converted a 54-yard field goal attempt in the second quarter. The 54-yard field goal ties for the third-longest in Rams history. Brown has converted six of seven 50-plus yard field goal attempts this season. The six field goals from 50 yards or more are tied for most in Rams history in a single season (Brown also had six 50-plus yard field goals in 2008. Tony Zendejas converted six 50-plus yard field goals in 1993). The 49ers scored in the third quarter to take the lead, 7-3. Amendola produced a career-long 56-yard punt return in the third quarter to put the Rams in 49er territory. The 56-yard punt return was the longest by a Ram since Dante Hall returned a punt 85 yards for a touchdown at Dallas (9/30/07). The Rams were able to post a second field goal to close the deficit to 6-7. The 49ers managed to score their next three posessions to bring the final score to 28-6.

FINAL TEAM STATISTICSRAMS TOTAL FIRST DOWNS 6 By Rushing 2 By Passing 4 By Penalty 0 THIRD DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-18-11% FOURTH DOWN EFFICIENCY 1-2-50% TOTAL NET YARDS 109 Total Offensive Plays 62 Average gain per offensive play 1.8 NET YARDS RUSHING 87 Total Rushing Plays 26 Average gain per rushing play 3.3 Tackles for a loss-number and yards 3-7 NET YARDS PASSING 22 Times thrown 8-58 Gross yards passing 80 PASS ATT-COMP-HAD INT 28-11-0 Avg gain per pass play 0.6 KICKOFFS #-In End Zone-TB 3-2-0 PUNTS Number and Average 11-50.1 Had Blocked 0 49ERS 16 7 8 1 4-15-27% 0-1-0% 329 63 5.2 125 32 3.9 2-3 204 3-18 222 28-17-0 6.6 5-2-0 9-46.7 0 FGs - PATs Had Blocked Net Punting Average TOTAL RETURN YARDAGE No. and Yards Punt Returns No. and Yards Kickoff Returns No. and Yards Interception Returns PENALTIES Number and Yards FUMBLES Number and Lost TOUCHDOWNS Rushing Passing EXTRA POINTS Made-Attempts Kicking Made-Attempts FIELD GOALS Made-Attempts RED ZONE EFFICIENCY GOAL TO GO EFFICIENCY SAFETIES FINAL SCORE TIME OF POSSESSION RAMS 0-0 44.5 73 5-73 5-111 0-0 7-50 0-0 0 0 0 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-1-0% 0-0-0% 0 6 26:52 49ERS 0-0 36.3 41 5-41 3-52 0-0 6-40 2-0 4 3 1 4-4 4-4 0-0 3-3-100% 3-3-100% 0 28 33:08

FINAL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICSST. LOUIS RAMS RUSHING S.Jackson K.Boller K.Null C.Ogbonnaya Total PASSING K.Null K.Boller Total RECEIVING B.Gibson D.Amendola D.Avery R.Martin R.McMichael J.Kent Total INTERCEPTIONS None PUNTING D.Jones Total PUNT RETURNS D.Amendola Total NO 11 11 NO 5 5 ATT YDS 20 63 1 13 3 6 2 5 26 87 AVG 3.2 13.0 2.0 2.5 3.3 LG 13 13 3 6 13 LG 20 9 20 LG 8 9 20 9 7 5 20 LG TD 0 0 0 0 0 IN 0 0 0 TD 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TD SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS RUSHING ATT YDS F.Gore 23 107 G.Coffee 2 12 M.Norris 3 5 A.Smith 4 1 Total 32 125 PASSING A.Smith Total AVG 4.7 6.0 1.7 0.3 3.9 LG 34 9 2 4 34 LG 73 73 LG 73 38 17 22 12 5 73 LG TD 2 0 1 0 3 IN 0 0 TD 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 TD

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 17 7 57 5/32 0 11 4 23 3/26 0 28 11 80 8/58 0 NO 3 3 2 1 1 1 11 NO YDS 18 18 23 9 7 5 80 YDS AVG 6.0 6.0 11.5 9.0 7.0 5.0 7.3 AVG

ATT CMP YDS SK/YD TD 28 17 222 3/18 1 28 17 222 NO 6 3 2 2 2 2 17 NO NO 9 9 NO 5 5 3/18 YDS 89 58 27 25 17 6 222 YDS 1 AVG 14.8 19.3 13.5 12.5 8.5 3.0 13.1 AVG

RECEIVING V.Davis M.Crabtree J.Morgan F.Gore J.Hill Delanie Walker Total INTERCEPTIONS None PUNTING A.Lee Total PUNT RETURNS A.Battle Total

YDS AVG 551 50.1 551 50.1 YDS AVG 73 14.6 73 14.6

NET TB/I20 LG 44.5 1/2 62 44.5 1/2 62 FC 1 1 FC 0 0 LG 56 56 LG 24 24 TD 0 0 TD 0 0

YDS AVG 420 46.7 420 46.7 YDS AVG 41 8.2 41 8.2

NET TB/I20 LG 36.3 1/2 56 36.3 1/2 56 FC 1 1 FC 0 0 0 LG 18 18 LG 22 12 22 TD 0 0 TD 0 0 0

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG D.Amendola 5 111 22.2 Total 5 111 22.2

KICKOFF RETURNS NO YDS AVG J.Morgan 2 40 20.0 M.Robinson 1 12 12.0 Total 3 52 17.3

SCORING SUMMARYVisitor HOME San Francisco 49ers St. Louis Rams Clock Time 4:00 7:58 9:11 7:29 4:05 2:16 1 0 0 2 0 3 3 7 0 4 21 3 OT 0 0 TOTAL 28 6 FIELD GOALS None Jo.Brown (54) 45WL (29)

TEAM RAMS 49ers RAMS 49ers 49ers 49ers

Qtr 2 3 4 4 4 4

Play (Extra Point) (Drive Info) Jo. Brown 54 yd. Field Goal (7-29, 1:57) N.Norris 1 yd. run (S.Andrus kick) (8-83, 4:03) Jo. Brown 29 yd. Field (4-8, 2:06) V.Davis 73 yd. pass from A.Smith (S.Andrus kick) (3-82, 1:42) F.Gore 3 yd. run (S.Andrus kick) (4-51, 2:14) F.Gore 6 yd. run (S.Andrus kick) (4-27, 0:26)

Visitor 0 7 7 14 21 28

Home 3 3 6 6 6 6

Danny Amendola capped a record-setting season with a 56-yard punt return against the 49ers in last years season finale.

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 7,383 yards

JACKSON STANDS ALONERB Steven Jackson raced into Rams history three weeks ago as his 110-yard effort in Tampa Bay pushed him past Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson and into the top spot on the franchises all-time rushing list. During pregame warmups prior to the Rams Week 8 win over Carolina, Jackson donned a pair of rec specs goggles that Dickerson famously wore. Jackson made the gesture as a way to honor Dickerson. Jackson entered the season ranked third in franchise history in rushing. In Week 4, he passed Marshall Faulk (6,959) to move into second place on the franchises all-time rushing list and now sits ahead of Dickerson as well. 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 7,383 7,245 6,959 6,186 5,417RB Steven Jackson

RUSHING TO TOUCHDOWN HISTORYRB Steven Jackson scored his second touchdown of the season and 43rd rushing touchdown of his career when he found the end zone from 7 yards out in Week 6 against San Diego. Jacksons score allowed him to tie Deacon Dan Towler for the third-most rushing touchdowns in franchise history. SJ39 looks to take sole posession of third place when the Rams travel to San Francisco this week.RB Steven Jackson

Rams Career Rushing Touchdown Leaders Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Dan Towler (1050-55) Dick Bass (1960-69) TD 58 56 43 43 34

FIVE IN A ROWRB Steven Jackson looks to run his streak of consecutive 1,000-yard seasons to six in 2010. Last year, Jackson became the first running back in Rams history to record five consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons. He surpassed the previous team record of four consecutive seasons set by Hall of Fame RB Eric Dickerson from 1983-86. Jackson ranks ninth in the NFL and fifth in the NFC with 676 yards through eight games this season. As a rookie in 2004, Jackson rushed for 673 yards. Since that season, Jackson posted yearly rushing totals of 1,046, 1,528, 1,002, 1,042 and 1,416 yards. Consecutive 1,000-Yard Rushing Seasons In Rams History Consecutive Seasons Years Steven Jackson 5 2005-09 Eric Dickerson 4 1983-86 Marshall Faulk 3 1999-2001

CENTURY MARKWith three 100-yard games in his last four outings, Steven Jackson needs to reach the century mark just once more to tie Marshall Faulk for the second-most 100yard outings in Rams history. Jackson posted 110 yards on 22 carries three weeks ago against the Buccaneers. He gained 109 yards in Week 6 against San Diego and posted a season-best 114 yards in Week 5 at Detroit. The Rams face the 49ers this week as RB Steven Jackson they return from their bye, and Jacksons four 100-yard games against San Francisco is his most against any opponent. Career 100-yard Games in Rams History Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79) 38 27 26 22

RB Steven Jackson is on his way to extending his franchise record for 1,000-yard seasons to six.

CATCHING ONThroughout his career RB Steven Jackson has shown the ability to catch passes out of the backfield and while lined up at receiver. In 2009, Jackson led the Rams with 51 receptions and he has 17 receptions this season. With 300 career catches, Jackson ranks ninth in team history in the category. Since 2006, Jackson has registered 236 receptions for 1,947 receiving yards (8.2-yard average). During that time, Jacksons 236 receptions and his 1,947 receiving yards rank among the best running backs. In 2006, Jackson registered career highs with 90 catches for 806 yards. The 90 catches rank sixth in NFL history in one season among running backs. Receptions Leaders Among Running Backs, 2006-PresentReggie Bush / NO Brian Westbrook / PHI-SF Frank Gore/SF Steven Jackson / STL Maurice Jones-Drew/JAC Rec 269 250 247 236 220 Yards 1,997 2,087 2,048 1,947 1,935 Avg. 7.4 8.3 8.3 8.2 8.8 Long 74 57t 48 64t 51t TD 12 15 9 5 7

JACK OF ALL TRADESRB 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 leads the NFL with 121.7 yards from scrimmage per game (minimum 40 games). Since 2006, Jackson has 1,520 touches for 7,403 yards. His touches are the most over that time period and his scrimmage yards are second most to Frank Gore. This season, Jackson ranks third in the RB Steven Jackson NFC and fourth in the NFL with 782 scrimmage yards. 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-PresentSteven Jackson / STL Adrian Peterson / MIN Frank Gore / SF L. Tomlinson / SD-NYJ Brian Westbrook / PHI-SF Games 63 54 67 70 58 Touches 1,568 1,204 1,452 1,520 1,067 Yards 7,611 6,427 7,692 7,461 5,856 Yds/Game 120.8 119.0 114.8 106.6 101.0

BIG PLAY SUCCESSRB Steven Jackson dives for the end zone on a 12-yard touchdown catch vs. Pittsburgh (12/20/07). The catch was one of 295 in Jacksons career.

MAKING HISTORYA week after becoming the franchises all-time leading rusher, Steven Jackson made another move towards a significant Rams record. With 64 total yards against Carolina (59 rushing, 4 receiving), Jackson passed WR Henry Ellard for fourth in franchise history in yards from scrimmage. Jackson now has 9,839 career scrimmage yards. Ellard, who played for the Rams from 1983-93 and later coached the teams wide receivers, posted 9,816 total yards while wearing the horns.

QB Sam Bradford has helped give St. Louis offense a big-play spark this season. The Rams are among the NFL leaders in passing plays of 30 yards or more this season. St. Louis has posted 10 aerial strikes of 30 yards or more, including Bradfords 33-yard pass to Brandon Gibson in the teams Week 8 win over the Carolina Panthers. Of the 10 drives this season on WR Brandon Gibsons 33-yard catch and run set up a score for the Rams last week. which the Rams have had a pass play of 30 yards or more, seven have ended with St. Louis scores.

RB Steven Jackson

Heres a look at the Rams big passing plays this season. Opponent Car. SD Det. Sea. Sea. Wash. Oak. Ari. Ari. Ari. Receiver B. Gibson D. Alexander B. Gibson M. Clayton S. Jackson M. Clayton D. Fells M. Clayton D. Amendola M. Clayton Yards 33 38 30 34 49 30 36 39 36 33 Result of Drive D. Fells 23-yd. TD 38-yard touchdown Fumble B. Gibson 15-yd. TD K. Darby 12-yd. TD J. Brown 29-yd. FG Missed FG L. Robinson 1-yd. TD J. Brown 46-yd. FG Interception

Jackson needs just 161 total yards to become the fourth player in Rams history with 10,000 total yards. This season, Jackson ranks third in the NFC and fourth in the NFL with 782 scrimmage yards. Rams All-Time Leaders, Yards From ScrimmageIsaac Bruce Torry Holt Marshall Faulk Steven Jackson Henry Ellard Years 1994-07 1999-08 1999-05 20041983-93 Rushing 150 57 6,959 7,383 55 Rec. 14,109 12,660 4,071 2,456 9,761 Total 14,259 12,717 11,030 9,839 9,816

KEEPING SCORENFL teams often set a goal of holding their opponents to 17 points or less each week, and the Rams have done just that in each of their five home games this season and six of eight total games. In their win over Carolina prior to their bye, the Rams held the Panthers to just 10 points and trimmed its points allowed average to just 17.6 points per game on the year, seventh in the NFL. The Rams have been particularly impressive at home this season. In five games at the Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis has allowed just 12.6 points per game, the fourthbest total at home in the NFL. 2010 NFL Leaders, Scoring Defense Team Opponents PPG 1. Pittsburgh Steelers 14.6 2. Green Bay Packers 15.9 3. New York Jets 16.3 4. Chicago Bears 16.6 5. New Orleans Saints 16.8 6. Baltimore Ravens 17.4 7. St. Louis Rams 17.6 8. Kansas City Chiefs 18.1 9. Tennessee Titans 18.8 10. Atlanta Falcons 19.3 In addition to being among the NFLs best in points allowed, St. Louis has been among the stingiest in the league when it comes to keeping opponents out of the end zone. The Rams have given up just 13 touchdowns on the year, tied for second fewest in the NFL. Opponents have scored just two rushing touchdowns against the Rams this season, tied for the second fewest in the NFL. 2010 NFL Leaders, Fewest Touchdowns allowed Team TDs Allowed 1. Pittsburgh Steelers 8 2t. St. Louis Rams 13 2t. Baltimore Ravens 13 2t. Tennessee Titans 13 5. Green Bay Packers 14Linebackers James Laurinaitis (left) and David Vobora celebrate a Rams defensive stop. The Rams are giving up just 12.6 points per game at home this season and 17.6 overall.

SACK ATTACKPressure on the quarterback has always been a trademark of a Steve Spagnuolo defense, and the Rams are among the NFLs best at getting to the passer. In Week 8 against the Panthers, St. Louis sacked Matt Moore three times to give them 23 on the season as a team. Four weeks ago in a win over San Diego, the Rams sacked Philip Rivers seven times, the most the seventh-year pro had ever been dropped in a game. The seven sacks were the most by the Rams in one game since they recorded eight against Minnesota on Nov. 30, 2003. The Rams are now eighth in the NFL with 23 sacks this season. In 2009, the club had 25 sacks all season. St. Louis ranks ninth in the NFL in sacks per pass play as theyve reached the quarterback once every 7.2 pass attempts against them. 2010 NFL Leaders, Team Sacks Team 1. Green Bay Packers 2t. San Diego Chargers 2t. Oakland Raiders 4. Tennessee Titans 5t. Detroit Lions 5t. Philadelphia Eagles 5t. New York Giants 8. St. Louis Rams 9t. Seattle Seahawks 9t. Miami Dolphins

Sacks 28 27 27 26 24 24 24 23 21 21

DE James Hall drops Philip Rivers for one of his two sacks in Week 6. Hall had two of St. Louis seven sacks in the teams win over San Diego, and the Rams now have 23 as a team this season.

ON THE RUNIn their last game, the Rams held the Carolina Panthers to just 25 rushing yards on 17 carries (1.5 avg.). It was the second-fewest rushing yards allowed by the franchise since it relocated to St. Louis in 1995 and the fewest the Rams have given up since Carolina gained 31 yards on the ground in a 2001 contest. Week 8 was the fourth time this season that the Rams have held an opponent under 100 yards rushing, and St. Louis is 3-1 when the keep the opposing team under the century mark.

THIRD-DOWN POUNDThrough the first half of the season, the Rams have been one of the NFLs best defenses on third downs. Opponents have converted just 35.8 percent of their third downs against St. Louis, which ranks the Rams eighth in the NFL in the category. In Week 7 at Tampa Bay, the Rams held the Buccaneers to just 5-of-15 on third down (33.3%), including just 1-of-7 on third down in the first half. Three weeks ago, Seattle converted just DT Fred Robbins 4-of-15 on third down (27%) and was 0-for-6 in the second half. Steve Spagnuolos defense held Washington to 1-for-10 (10%) on third-down conversions in Week 3.

LB James Laurinaitis

On the season, the Rams are giving up just 97.8 rushing yards per game, which ranks eighth in the NFL. In 2009, St. Louis finished 27th in the NFL, allowing 137.6 yards per game on the ground.

HEY ROOKIE!Sam Bradford, the top overall pick in Aprils draft, is the only rookie quarterback to start all of his teams games this season. Bradford has led the Rams to a 4-4 record while passing for 1,674 yards with 11 touchdowns and 8 interceptions. Hes gone three straight games (96 att.) withouth throwing an interception. Below is a look at how Bradford has compared in his first five starts compared to other NFL signal callers who were first-round draft picks and played as rookies.

MR. OCTOBERLast week, Rams QB Sam Bradford was named NFL Offensive Rookie of the Month for his stellar performance in the month of October. Bradford led the Rams to a 3-2 record in the month and completed 102 of 175 passes (58.3 percent) for 1,019 yards with seven touchdowns and three interceptions for an 81.1 passer rating. The Rams won all three of their home games in October, and the Rams are 4-1 QB Sam Bradford at home on the season. With his strong efforts at the Edward Jones Dome, Bradford became the only rookie quarterback selected No. 1 overall to win four of his first five starts at home since 1967, the first year of the common draft. Bradford has 11 touchdown passes on the season and joined Pro Football Hall of Famer Dan Marino (13 in 1983) as the only rookie quarterbacks to throw at least 10 TDs by the end of October. Bradford is the second Ram to be named Rookie of the Month, joining Eddie Kennison, who won the award in October of 1996. Bradfords peers are taking notice of the super rookie signal caller as well. In a recent survey conducted by The Sporting News, 100 players were asked to identify the most impressive 2010 rookie. Bradford received the most votes of any player as he was mentioned on 49 of the 100 ballots cast. Earlier this season, fans voted Bradford the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week after he passed for 289 yards and two touchdowns in a 20-3 Week 4 win over the Seattle Seahawks.

NFL Rookie Starting Quarterbacks, Through Eight GamesPlayer Peyton Manning Mark Sanchez Matt Ryan Matthew Stafford Troy Aikman Joe Flacco Sam Bradford Comp.% 55.1 53.3 58.6 55.2 51.2 61.8 58.6 Yards 1,873 1,443 1,661 1,911 1,388 1,464 1,674 TDs 11 8 9 11 8 5 11 INTs 16 10 5 14 13 7 8 Rating 64.5 67.6 85.4 66.9 59.0 75.6 75.9

QB Sam Bradfords numbers through eight starts compare favorably with other quarterbacks chosen in the first round in recent years.

CLUTCH WHEN IT COUNTSSuccess on third down is key to any offense, and Rams QB Sam Bradfords third-down prowess has been a huge factor in each of his eight starts this season. In Sundays win over the Panthers, Bradford completed 9-of-11 third down throws for 79 yards and 2 TDs, good for a pass rating of 133.9. On third downs this season, Bradford is among the NFLs best in several key categories.QB Sam Bradford

STARTING FASTIn their last outing, the Rams held Carolina scoreless in the first quarter, continuing a strong trend St. Louis established in the first half of the season. The Rams have given up just six points in the opening quarter all season, and havent allowed an opponent to score at all during the first quarter of their five home games. The six first quarter points allowed this season is the fewest given up by any team in the NFL this season. The New York Jets rank second with 10.

Bradford on Third Down Category Passer Rating* Touchdown Passes Yards Completions Completions for 1st Down Interceptions*Min. 55 att.

Number (NFL Rank) 101.2 (3) 6 (5t) 608 (4) 55 (2) 42 (3t) 0 (1)

LB James Laurinaitis ended a Panthers first quarter drive with an interception to keep the Rams stellar first quarter streak alive.

In addition, St. Louis has outscored its opponents 34-6 in the first quarter this season. The Rams +28 point differential in the first quarter is the third best mark in the NFL. First Quarter Scoring Differential in 2010 Team 1st Quarter Scoring Diff. Green Bay Packers +37 New Orleans Saints +30 New York Giants +29 St. Louis Rams +28 Philadelphia Eagles +23

Bradford has been particularly clutch on third-and-long. On thirdand-11 or more, the former Heisman trophy winner has completed 15-of-18 passes, giving him the NFLs second best completion percentage (83.3) in such situations. Hes second in yards gained on third-and-11 or more and leads the league in completions in such situations.

DOME FIELD ADVANTAGESt. Louis fans have truely created a Dome field advantage for their team this season. In Week 8, the Rams improved to 4-1 at home this year with their fourth-consecutive home victory. No other team in the NFL has more than four home wins this season. Their win over the Panthers gave St. Louis four consecutive home wins for the first time since 2004. The Rams have been particularly strong on defense this season when playing in front of their own fans. Opponents are averaging just 12.6 points per game at the Edward Jones Dome, the secondbest home total in the NFL this season. After holding Carolina to 25 rushing yards, St. Louis is giving up just 79.2 yards per game on the ground at home this season, the fifth best total in the NFL. Carolina gained 15 or fewer yards on six of their 11 drives in their Week 8 matchup with St. Louis as the Panthers gained just 201 total yards against the Rams stingy defense.

KICKING ITRams P Donnie Jones was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2009 and is trying to make an early case for a postseason trip to Hawaii this season. Through eight weeks, Jones is ninth in the NFL and sixth in the NFC with a gross punting average of 45.7 yards per kick. He also ranks seventh in the NFL and third in the NFC in net punting average (39.7). Jones specialty is pinning opponents deep in their own territory. He is tied for the league lead with 19 punts inside the opponents 20 yard line this season.

P Donnie Jones

The Rams signed Jones as a restricted free agent prior to the 2007 season, and during his time in St. Louis, Jones ranks second among NFL punters in gross and net average. NFL Leaders in Gross Punting Avg., 2007-present Gross Avg. 1. Shane Lechler, OAK 49.7 2. Donnie Jones, STL 47.7 3. Andy Lee, SF 47.4 4. Mat McBriar 46.6 5. Mike Scifres 46.0 NFL Leaders in Net Punting Avg., 2007-present Net Avg. 1. Shane Lechler, OAK 42.2 2. Donnie Jones, STL 40.6 3. Andy Lee, SF 40.2 4. Dustin Colquitt, KC 39.6 5. Matt McBriar, DAL 39.4*Min. 120 punts

Coach Steve Spagnuolo celebrates one of the Rams four home wins with his team. The Rams have won four consecutive games at the Edward Jones Dome for the first time since 2004.

TAKE IT AWAYSteve Spagnuolos swarming defense has seen a dramatic increase in takeaways this season, which have played a major factor in each of the teams four wins. Against Carolina, the Rams forced four turnovers (three interceptions, one fumble recovery) and scored 10 of their 20 points following takeaways. Three of the turnovers came in the fourth quarter and helped St. Louis put the Panthers away. Week 8 marked the first time since November of 2008 that the Rams recorded three interceptions in one game. S James Butler The Rams are tied for 10th in the NFL in takeaways this season with 15. In 2009, St. Louis forced 20 turnovers all season. Last season, Rams defenders intercepted eight passes, which is the same number the club has through eight games this season. St. Louis has forced 12 fumbles as a team, which is third most in the NFL. Chicago ranks second with 13 and the New York Giants lead the league with 14. The Rams are +3 in turnover ratio this season, tied for 12th in the NFL. Last season, St. Louis finished -13 in the category, which was tied for 30th in the NFL.

BLOCK PARTYLast April, the Rams were thrilled to find Indiana T Rodger Saffold available at the top of the second round. St. Louis chose Saffold with the 33rd overall pick and quickly inserted him in the starting lineup. Saffold has started each of the Rams eight games, and the former Hoosier is the only rookie left tackle to start every game for his team this season.T Rodger Saffold

FRONT AND CENTERC Jason Brown has anchored the Rams offensive line since his arrival in the spring of 2009, and hes been a model of consistency throughout his six NFL seasons. This week, Brown will make his 69th consecutive start, which is the sixth-longest longest active streak among NFL centers. Brown hasnt missed a start since entering the Ravens starting lineup in 2006, his second NFL season.

C Jason Brown

During his career, Brown has blocked for three different 1,000-yard rushers: Steven Jackson (1,416 in 2009), Jamal Lewis (1,132 in 2006) and Willis McGahee (1,207 in 2007).

A HALL OF A PLAYERDE James Halls 11th NFL season has been an extremely productive one for the veteran leader of St. Louis defense. He leads the team with 6.5 sacks on the year and has also recorded 28 tackles, including two for loss. While he didnt record a sack in his last outing, Hall hit Carolinas Matt Moore as he was throwing and forced an errant throw that was easily intercepted by S James Butler. In Week 7 at Tampa Bay, Hall shared a sack with DT Jermelle Cudjo to give him 6.5 on the year. Against San Diego, Hall recorded his second two-sack game of the season and seventh of his career. In Weeks 2-4, Hall recorded at least 1.0 sacks in three straight games for the first time in his 11-year. Hall now has 53.0 career sacks and has already surpassed his 2009 total of 4.5 sacks in 14 games. With 6.5 sacks on the year, Hall ranks sixth in the NFC in sacks and is tied for 10th in the NFL. 2010 NFC Sack Leaders Player Clay Matthews, GB Osi Umenyiora, NYG DeMarcus Ware, DAL Trent Cole, PHI Brian Orakpo, WAS James Hall, STL

BEST AMONG 2009 DRAFT CLASSRams LB James Laurinaitis was one of seven linebackers chosen on the first day (Rounds 1-2) of the 2009 NFL Draft. Based on statistics obtained from each of the seven linebackers teams, Laurinaitis led all of the first day linebackers with 146 tackles last season. Top Tacklers Among Linebackers Selected on Day 1 of 2009 DraftPlayer / Team Round/Overall James Laurinaitis / STL 2/35th Brian Cushing / HOU 1/15th Rey Maualuga / CIN 2/38th Aaron Curry / SEA 1/4th Clay Matthews / GB 1/26th Robert Ayers / DEN 1/18th Clint Sintim / NYG 2/45th Total 146 134 80 60 58 18 10 Solo 98 87 44 53 42 13 7 Asst. 48 47 36 7 16 5 3 Sacks 2.0 5.0 1.0 2.0 10.0 0.0 1.0

Sacks 10.5 8.0 8.0 7.0 7.0 6.5Linebacker James Laurinaitis was the fifth linebacker selected in the 2009 NFL Draft but was the leading tackler among those taken on the first day.

BIG PLAY O.J.In June, Rams S Oshiomogho O.J. Atogwe signed a long-term extension with the Rams that will keep him in St. Louis for the foreseeable future. That deal came because hes shown a knack for making big plays in his career. Since becoming a full-time starter in 2006, Atogwe has 40 combined forced fumbles and interceptions (20 forced fumbles, 20 interceptions), most in the NFL during that time. Atogwe has 21 career interceptions and 20 since the start of 2006. Atogwes 20 inter- S Oshiomogho Atogwe ceptions are fifth most in the NFL during that time, trailing only Philadelphia CB Asante Samuel (34), Green Bay CB Charles Woodson (30), Baltimore S Ed Reed (27) and Washingtons DeAngelo Hall (24). Atogwe has two interceptions and a forced fumble this season. In Week 8 against Carolina, he picked off Matt Moore on the Panthers final offensive play of the game, which allowed the Rams to take a knee and run out the clock.

DE James Hall has 6.5 sacks this season and has recorded at least one sack in each of the Rams last two games. He had 0.5 sacks last week at Tampa Bay.

THE RAMS LINEBACKERSThe Rams have a bit of an anomaly at the linebacker p o s i t i o n . St . Louis currently has three linebackers on its roster that played at Ohio State, and the trio make up the starting linebacker unit.Nail Diggs

FLETCH IS BACKIn 2009, CB Bradley Fletchers rookie season was off to a bang before a torn ACL ended it seven games in. After an exhaustive offseason of rehab, Fletcher is back and earned the starting right cornerback job this season. Fletcher has intercepted two passes and has played a key role in a revitalized St. Louis secondary. Against Seattle, he snared a Matt Hasselbeck pass and returned it to the 4-yard line. In Week 3 he recorded his first interception when he CB Bradley Fletcher picked off Donovan McNabb in the fourth quarter to clinch a Rams victory. In Week 1, he made his first career fumble recovery.

James Laurinaitis

James Laurinaitis, who led the Rams in tackles as a rookie last season, mans the middle. The Rams signed veteran Nail Diggs as a free agent this spring and he starts at the Sam linebacker spot. Diggs spent the previous four years with the Carolina Panthers. A third former Buckeye, Larry Grant, has spent time as the starter at Will linebacker. Grant appeared in all 16 games for the Rams last season and is a valuable special teams contributor in addition to his role on defense.

LONG ON TALENTDE Chris Long, the second overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, has played a key role in a Rams defense that is among the NFLs top 10 in sacks, scoring defense and third down defense. In Week 8 against the Panthers, Long sacked Matt Moore and forced a fumble to give him 4.5 sacks on the season. Hes now recorded at least 1.0 sacks in three consecutive games. Three weeks ago against San Diego, DE Chris Long drops Philip Rivers. Long turned in his first two-sack performance of the season and his second of his career. For his efforts, Long was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week. Long has 4.0 sacks in the last three weeks, the most of any NFL player over that time span. On the season, he leads the Rams with 11 quarterback hits and 9 pressures.

RED LIGHT IN THE RED ZONEThe Rams defense has stood its ground when it counts this season as evidenced by the teams defensive statistics in the red zone. On the season, St. Louis is 11th in the NFL in red zone defense. Opponents have scored touchdowns on just 42.9 percent of their drives inside the St. Louis 20-yard line. During a four-game stretch from Weeks 2-5, the Rams held opponents without a touchdown on five consecutive trips to their red zone. That streak came to an end in Week 5 at Detroit. In all, the Rams have given up just 84 points on 21 possessions by their opponents inside their 20. The 84 points allowed in the red zone is the second fewest in the NFL this season.

WELCOME ABOARDOne of the biggest moves the Rams made this offseason was the acquisition of veteran DT Fred Robbins, and the addition of the 11th year pro has paid early dividents. Robbins had a sack and three quarterback hits in the Rams Week 6 win over San Diego. Following the win, teammate Chris Long said the inside push Robbins provided helped Long enjoy a two-sack day as well and led to Long being named NFC Defensive Player of the Week. Four weeks ago, Robbins recovered a fumble and had two stops in a win over the Seahawks. In his Rams debut, Robbins recorded three tackles, one tackle for loss and a sack. The Rams rank eighth in the NFL in run defense and 11th in total yards allowed, and Coach Steve Spagnuolo recently said that the acquisition of key veterans such as Robbins and LB Nail Diggs has been a big factor in the improvement. On the season, Robbins has -- total tackles, including three for loss, six quarterback hits, two sack and two passes defensed. Robbins came to the Rams after six seasons with the New York Giants. During two of those seasons, current Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo was the Giants defensive coordinator. Its no coincidence that those two campaigns were perhaps the best of Robbins career as he tied his career high with 5.5 sacks in each of those seasons and was a Pro Bowl Alternate in 2008. He played a key role in New Yorks run to their Super Bowl XLII championship.S Oshiomogho Atogwe and LB Larry Grant lead a charge to stop Darren McFadden at the goal line. The Rams are among the leagues best in red zone defense this season.

DANDY DANNYWR Danny Amendola continues to have an impact on special teams, but in his second season with the Rams, hes become a big part of the offense as well. Amendola leads the Rams with 45 receptions for 379 yards. Hes tied for eighth in the NFL in catches this season. In his first season on an NFL roster last season, Amendola caught 43 passes for 326 yards in 14 games. Hes already surpassed both totals from a year ago and has added touchdowns in each of the last two weeks. In addition, Amendola is one of the leagues best on third down. His 17 receptions on third down are tied for second most in the NFL. NFL Leaders in Third-Down Receptions This Season Third Down Rec. 1. Davone Bess, MIA 19 2t. Danny Amendola, STL 17 2t. Roddy White, ATL 17 4. Kellen Winslow, TB 16 5. Larry Fitzgerald, ARI 15

Rams DT Fred Robbins drops Seattle RB Justin Forsett for a loss. After joining St. Louis as a free agent this spring, Robbins has made a big impact on a much-improved Rams defense this season.

WR/PR Danny Amendola has given the Rams a boost on offense and in the kicking game.

ST. LOUIS RAMS 2010 DEFENSIVE STATS(based on coaches video tape evaluations) TACKLES Total Solo James Laurinaitis 63 45 Oshiomogho Atogwe 53 32 Bradley Fletcher 44 23 Craig Dahl 36 15 Ron Bartell 36 24 James Hall 28 15 James Butler 26 17 Nail Diggs 22 11 Jerome Murphy 22 11 Larry Grant 20 12 Fred Robbins 16 10 Gary Gibson 18 6 Justin King 12 6 Chris Long 13 7 George Selvie 11 5 Jermelle Cudjo 13 6 Bryan Kehl 11 6 C.J. Ah You 9 5 David Vobora 6 3 Eugene Sims 5 1 Darell Scott 4 2 Kevin Dockery 5 3 Marquis Johnson 2 1 Chris Chamberlain 1 1 Darian Stewart 1 1 Quincy Butler 1 1 Clifton Ryan 0 0 Total 477 268 *Tackle totals include tackles for loss * PD is passes defensed Total Solo Craig Dahl ........................10 5 Kenneth Darby ..................9 7 David Vobora ....................9 2 Larry Grant ........................7 6 Keith Toston ......................7 4 Jerome Murphy..................7 5 Bryan Kehl ........................6 3 Bradley Fletcher ................6 3 Brit Miller............................6 2 Chris Massey ....................4 2 C.J. Ah You ........................3 2 Dominique Curry................3 2 Chris Chamberlain ............3 2 Josh Brown........................2 2 Daniel Fells........................2 2 Josh Hull............................2 1 Mardy Gilyard ....................1 1 Donnie Jones ....................1 1 Michael Hoomanawanui ....1 1 Kevin Dockery ..................1 1 Fendi Onobun....................1 1 Nail Diggs ........................1 1 George Selvie....................1 0 James Hall ........................0 0 Total..................................77 50 Ast. 5 2 7 1 3 2 3 3 4 2 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 27 FF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Asst. 18 21 21 21 12 13 9 11 11 8 6 12 6 6 6 7 5 4 3 4 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 209 Sacks 2.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 6.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 4.5 1.5 0.5 0.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 23.0 Yards 15.0 8.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 34.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 16.0 13.0 0.0 0.0 37.0 8.0 4.5 0.0 22.0 7.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 165.0 Int. 1 2 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 QB *PD Press. 4 2 2 3 5 0 0 1 11 0 0 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 35 27 QB Hits 1 5 0 2 2 7 0 0 0 0 7 1 1 9 2 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 44 *FF 0 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 *FR 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 7

SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICSFR 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 BK 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 BK Rec 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SACK LEADERS No. James Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6.5 Chris Long . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4.5 Larry Grant . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.0 Fred Robbins . . . . . . . . . . . .2.0 C.J. Ah You . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2.0 James Laurinaitis . . . . . . . . .2.0 George Selvie . . . . . . . . . . .1.5 Oshiomogho Atogwe . . . . . .1.0 David Vobora . . . . . . . . . . . .1.0 Jermelle Cudjo . . . . . . . . . . .0.5 Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23.0

Yards 34.5 37.0 16.0 13.0 22.0 15.0 8.0 8.0 7.0 4.5 165.0

RAMS COACHES & PRONUNCIATION GUIDE11/8/2010 Head Coach Asst. Head Coach/Quarterbacks Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Special Teams Coordinator Wide Receivers Running Backs Defensive Backs/Safties Defensive Line Assistant Strength Linebackers Strength Quality Control/Defense Tight Ends Offensive Line Defensive Backs/Cornerbacks Quality Control/Offense Quality Control/Special Teams Assistant to Head Coach/ Football Operations Steve Spagnuolo Richard Curl Ken Flajole Pat Shurmur Tom McMahon Nolan Cromwell Sylvester Croom Andre Curtis Brendan Daly Chuck Faucette Paul Ferraro Rock Gullickson Matt House Frank Leonard Steve Loney Clayton Lopez Andy Sugarman Derius Swinton Bruce Warwick

PRONUNCIATION GUIDECOACHES Ken FLAJOLE Steve SPAGNUOLO PLAYERS 16 Danny AMENDOLA 21 OSHIOMOGHO ATOGWE 47 Billy BAJEMA 68 Jermelle CUDJO 53 NA'IL Diggs 81 Mardy GILYARD 86 Michael HOOMANAWANUI 55 James LAURINAITIS 48 FENDI ONOBUN 19 LAURENT Robinson 97 DARELL Scott 38 Keith TOSTON FLAY-juhl SPAG-no-low ah-men-DOLE-uh oh-SHIM-ago uh-TOG-way BADGE-uh-muh CUDD-joe nigh-EL GILL-yard huh-oh-muh-NOW-uh-NEW-ee Lore-in-eye-tis FIN-dee AH-no-bun la-RON duh-rel TOE-stun

RAMS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHARTOFFENSEWR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB HB 11 Brandon Gibson 76 Rodger Saffold 63 Jacob Bell 60 Jason Brown 73 Adam Goldberg 77 Jason Smith 47 Billy Bajema 16 Danny Amendola 8 Sam Bradford 44 Mike Karney 39 Steven Jackson 72 Chris Long 98 Fred Robbins 71 Gary Gibson 96 James Hall 53 Nail Diggs 55 James Laurinaitis 59 Larry Grant 24 Ron Bartell 32 Bradley Fletcher 43 Craig Dahl 21 Oshiomogho Atogwe 5 Donnie Jones 3 Josh Brown 5 Donnie Jones 45 Chris Massey 16 Danny Amendola 16 Danny Amendola 81 Mardy Gilyard 81 Mardy Gilyard 16 Danny Amendola

11/8/201019 Laurent Robinson 70 Renardo Foster 79 John Greco 65 Hank Fraley 79 John Greco 70 Renardo Foster 46 Daniel Fells 81 Mardy Gilyard 4 A.J. Feeley 49 Brit Miller 34 Kenneth Darby 90 George Selvie 93 Jermelle Cudjo 97 Darell Scott 99 C.J. Ah You 58 David Vobora 58 David Vobora 50 Bryan Kehl 31 Justin King 35 Kevin Dockery 37 James Butler 20 Darian Stewart 57 Chris Chamberlain 23 Jerome Murphy 36 Quincy Butler 22 Michael Lewis 92 Eugene Sims 38 Keith Toston 86 Michael Hoomanawanui 48 Fendi Onobun 84 Danario Alexander

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ST. LOUIS RAMS ALPHABETICAL ROSTER# Player Pos DE WR WR S TE CB G QB C K S CB LB DT S RB LB CB QB TE CB T C/G WR DT WR T LB G DE TE RB P FB LB CB LB SS DE LS FB CB TE DT WR OT DT DE DE T S RB LB Ht 6-4 6-5 5-11 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-10 6-4 5-8 6-3 6-4 6-0 6-7 6-3 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-7 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-0 6-6 6-4 6-2 6-5 6-3 6-4 6-6 6-5 5-11 5-11 6-1 5-11 5-10 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-3 6-6 6-5 6-3 6-3 5-11 Wt 270 215 186 205 259 206 300 228 328 205 209 188 230 299 209 219 240 188 220 272 198 333 310 210 300 194 309 251 329 281 265 236 225 260 237 188 247 222 276 237 250 200 249 325 197 323 315 251 250 307 215 214 239 183 190 224 296 239 252 205 207 324 318 190 219 209 291 303 225 298 215 Birth Date 7/7/82 8/7/88 11/2/85 6/23/81 10/31/82 2/22/82 3/2/81 11/8/87 5/5/83 4/29/79 9/7/82 11/25/83 9/30/85 9/28/86 6/17/85 12/26/82 7/8/78 1/8/84 5/16/77 9/23/83 6/25/86 7/15/84 9/21/77 8/13/87 5/5/82 12/2/86 8/12/80 2/16/85 3/24/85 2/4/77 7/4/88 7/22/83 7/5/80 7/6/81 6/16/84 5/11/87 12/3/86 4/29/80 3/28/85 8/21/79 9/15/86 1/13/87 11/17/86 3/26/77 5/20/85 6/6/88 3/15/86 3/6/87 3/18/86 4/30/86 8/4/88 5/6/87 4/8/86 6/12/84 7/2/82 8/16/87 5/12/78 5/21/87 2/11/83 5/18/88 3/5/86 2/18/84 3/3/84 12/1/1985 2/1/88 1/28/1988 11/4/86 7/6/85 3/16/1985 8/4/1987 4/29/86 11/8/2010 NFL Age Exp College 28 22 25 29 28 28 29 23 27 31 28 26 25 24 25 27 32 26 33 27 24 26 33 23 28 23 30 25 25 33 22 27 30 29 26 23 23 30 25 31 24 23 23 33 25 22 24 23 24 24 22 23 24 26 28 23 32 23 27 22 24 26 26 24 22 22 24 25 25 23 24 2 R 2 6 6 6 7 R 6 8 6 3 3 R 4 3 11 5 10 4 2 2 11 2 5 R 7 2 3 11 R 7 7 7 3 3 2 9 3 9 1 R R 11 4 R 2 R R 2 R R 3 3 6 R 11 R 5 R R 4 5 1 R R 1 2 2 R 1 Oklahoma Missouri Texas Tech Stanford Oklahoma State Howard Miami (Ohio) Oklahoma North Carolina Nebraska Georgia Tech Texas Christian Tulsa Central Oklahoma North Dakota State Alabama Ohio State Mississippi State Oregon California-Davis Iowa Louisville Robert Morris Washington State Rutgers Cincinnati Wyoming Ohio State Toledo Michigan Illinois Oregon State Louisiana State Arizona State Bringham Young Penn State Ohio State Colorado Virginia Marshall Illinois South Florida Houston Wake Forest Illinois State Indiana Clemson South Florida West Texas A&M Baylor South Carolina Oklahoma State Idaho Houston Oklahoma Cal (PA) Boston College Penn State Central Florida Alabama Mississippi State Michigan State Minnesota Notre Dame Duke Michigan Southern Mississippi Florida Bringham Young Texas A&M (Kingsville) USC H.S. Hometown Highland, Utah Marlin, Texas The Woodlands, Texas Windsor, Ontario (Canada) Oklahoma City, Okla. Detroit, Mich. Cleveland, Ohio Oklahoma City, Okla. Henderson, N.C. Foyil, Okla. Bainbridge, Ga. San Antonio, Texas Bethany, Okla. Lawton, Okla. Mankato, Minn. Huntsville, Ala. Los Angeles, Calif. Hernando, MS Caldwell, ID Fullerton, Calif. Youngstown, Ohio Ripley, Tenn. Gaithersburg, MD Puyallup, Wash. Lafayette, N.Y. Bunnell, Fla. Edina, Minn. Sacramento, Calif. Youngstown, Ohio New Orleans, La. Bloomington, Ill. Las Vegas, Nev. Baton Rouge, La. Kent, Wash. Salt Lake City, Utah Pittsburgh, Pa. Plymouth, Minn. Richmond, Texas Charlottesville, Va. Chesapeake, W.V. Decatur, Ill. Elizabeth, NJ Houston, Texas Pensacola, Fla. Rockledge, Fla. Bedford, Ohio Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Mt. Olive, Miss. Dallas, Texas Huntsville, Ala. Angleton, Texas Eugene, Ore. Alief, Texas Arlington, Texas Philadelphia, Pa. Rocky River, Ohio Millheim, Pa. Palatka, Fla. Sarasota, Fla. Chester, Va. Saginaw, Mich. Northfield, Minn. Oxnard, Calif. Opa Locka, Fla. Honolulu, HI. Daphne, Ala. Paducah, Ky. College Station, Texas Forest Brook (Texas) Carson, Calif. How Acq FA-'07 FA'10 FA-'09 D3A-05 UFA(SF)-'09 D2-05 UFA(TEN)-'08 D1-'10 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(SEA)-'08 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'10 D7A-'08 FA-'10 FA-'09 FA-'08 FA-'10 FA-'10 UFA(CAR)-'10 FA-'08 D3-'09 FA-'10 FA-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'09 D4-'10 T(MIN)-'06 FA-'08 D3-'08 T(DET)-'07 D5A-'10 D1-04 RFA(MIA)-'07 FA-'09 FA'10 D4A-'08 D2-'09 FA-'10 D1-'08 D7-'02 FA-'10 D3-10 D6A-'10 UFA(NYG)-'10 T(ATL)-'09 D2-'10 D4-'09 D7B-'10 D6B-'10 D1-'09 FA-'10 FA-'10 D7B-'08 D2-'08 T(BAL)-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 D7C-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 D5B-'07 D7B-'06 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'09 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 99 Ah You, C.J. 84 Alexander, Danario 16 Amendola, Danny 21 Atogwe, Oshiomogho 47 Bajema, Billy 24 Bartell, Ron 63 Bell, Jacob 8 Bradford, Sam 60 Brown, Jason 3 Brown, Josh 37 Butler, James 36 Butler, Quincy 57 Chamberlain, Chris 93 Cudjo, Jermelle 43 Dahl, Craig 34 Darby, Kenneth 53 Diggs, Na'il 35 Dockery, Kevin 4 Feeley, A.J. 46 Fells, Daniel 32 Fletcher, Bradley 70 Foster, Renardo 65 Fraley, Hank 11 Gibson, Brandon 71 Gibson, Gary 81 Gilyard, Mardy 73 Goldberg, Adam 59 Grant, Larry 79 Greco, John 96 Hall, James 86 Hoomanawanui, Michael 39 Jackson, Steven 5 Jones, Donnie 44 Karney, Mike 50 Kehl, Bryan 31 King, Justin 55 Laurinaitis, James 22 Lewis, Michael 72 Long, Chris 45 Massey, Chris 49 Miller, Brit 23 Murphy, Jerome 48 Onobun, Fendi 98 Robbins, Fred 19 Robinson, Laurent 76 Saffold, Rodger 97 Scott, Darell 90 Selvie, George 92 Sims, Eugene 77 Smith, Jason 20 Stewart, Darian 38 Toston, Keith 58 Vobora, David Reserve/Injured (9)

17 Avery, Donnie WR 89 Clayton, Mark WR 15 Curry, Dominique WR 93 Hovan, Chris DT 56 Hull, Josh LB 87 Johnson, Darcy TE 25 Johnson, Marquis DB 83 McRae, Brandon WR 95 Ryan, Clifton DT Physically Unable to Perform (1) 66 Setterstrom, Mark G Practice Squad (8) 26 Lambert, Terrail CB 12 Lewis, Thaddeus QB 82 Mathews, Greg WR 68 McKee, Ryan T 67 Miller, Drew C 51 Nixon, David LB 94 Saddler-McQueen, Jimmy DT 33 Washington, Chauncey RB

ST. LOUIS RAMS NUMERICAL ROSTER# Player Pos K QB P QB WR WR WR S S SS CB CB CB CB RB CB CB S RB RB S FB LS TE TE TE FB LB LB LB LB LB LB C G C/G T DT DE T OT T G WR WR TE DE DE DT DE DT DT DE Ht 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-10 5-8 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-7 6-3 6-3 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-4 5-11 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-3 Wt 205 220 225 228 210 186 197 215 205 222 200 206 188 198 219 188 188 209 214 236 209 260 237 272 259 249 250 237 240 247 230 239 251 328 300 310 333 300 276 309 323 307 329 194 215 265 251 250 299 281 315 325 270 224 183 205 239 207 252 190 296 324 318 Birth Date 4/29/79 5/15/77 7/5/80 11/8/87 8/13/87 11/2/85 5/20/85 8/4/88 6/23/81 4/29/80 1/13/87 2/22/82 5/11/87 6/25/86 12/26/82 1/8/84 11/25/83 9/7/82 5/6/87 7/22/83 6/17/85 7/6/81 8/21/79 9/23/83 10/31/82 11/17/86 9/15/86 6/16/84 7/8/78 12/3/86 9/30/85 4/8/86 2/16/85 5/5/83 3/2/81 9/21/77 7/15/84 5/5/82 3/28/85 8/12/80 6/6/88 4/30/86 3/24/85 12/2/86 8/7/88 7/4/88 3/6/87 3/18/86 9/28/86 2/4/77 3/15/86 3/26/77 7/7/82 8/16/87 6/12/84 5/18/88 5/21/87 3/5/86 2/11/83 7/2/82 5/12/78 2/18/84 3/3/84 11/8/2010 NFL Age Exp College 31 33 30 23 23 25 25 22 29 30 23 28 23 24 27 26 26 28 23 27 25 29 31 27 28 23 24 26 32 23 25 24 25 27 29 33 26 28 25 30 22 24 25 23 22 22 23 24 24 33 24 33 28 23 26 22 23 24 27 28 32 26 26 22 24 24 25 25 24 22 23 8 10 7 R 2 2 4 R 6 9 R 6 3 2 3 5 3 6 R 7 4 7 9 4 6 R 1 3 11 2 3 3 2 6 7 11 2 5 3 8 R 2 3 R R R R R R 11 2 11 2 R 3 R R R 5 6 11 4 5 R 1 1 2 2 1 R R Nebraska Oregon Louisiana State Oklahoma Washington State Texas Tech Illinois State South Carolina Stanford Colorado South Florida Howard Penn State Iowa Alabama Mississippi State Texas Christian Georgia Tech Oklahoma State Oregon State North Dakota State Arizona State Marshall California-Davis Oklahoma State Houston Illinois Bringham Young Ohio State Ohio State Tulsa Idaho Ohio State North Carolina Miami (Ohio) Robert Morris Louisville Rutgers Virginia Wyoming Indiana Baylor Toledo Cincinnati Missouri Illinois South Florida West Texas A&M Central Oklahoma Michigan Clemson Wake Forest Oklahoma Cal (PA) Houston Alabama Penn State Mississippi State Central Florida Oklahoma Boston College Michigan State Minnesota Duke Notre Dame USC Bringham Young Florida Southern Mississippi Michigan Texas A&M (Kingsville) H.S. Hometown Foyil, Okla. Caldwell, Id Baton Rouge, La. Oklahoma City, Okla. Puyallup, Wash. The Woodlands, Texas Rockledge, Fla. Huntsville, Ala. Windsor, Ontario (Canada) Richmond, Texas Elizabeth, NJ Detroit, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. Youngstown, Ohio Huntsville, Ala. Hernando, MS San Antonio, Texas Bainbridge, Ga. Angleton, Texas Las Vegas, Nev. Mankato, Minn. Kent, Wash. Chesapeake, W.V. Fullerton, Calif. Oklahoma City, Okla. Houston, Texas Decatur, Ill. Salt Lake City, Utah Los Angeles, Calif. Plymouth, Minn. Bethany, Okla. Eugene, Ore. Sacramento, Calif. Henderson, N.C. Cleveland, Ohio Gaithersburg, MD Ripley, Tenn. Lafayette, N.Y. Charlottesville, Va. Edina, Minn. Bedford, Ohio Dallas, Texas Youngstown, Ohio Bunnell, Fla. Marlin, Texas Bloomington, Ill. Pensacola, Fla. Mt. Olive, Miss. Lawton, Okla. New Orleans, La. Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Highland, Utah Philadelphia, Pa. Alief, Texas Sarasota, Fla. Millheim, Pa. Chester, Va. Palatka, Fla. Arlington, Texas Rocky River, Ohio Saginaw, Mich. Northfield, Minn. Opa Locka, Fla. Oxnard, Calif. Carson, Calif. College Station, Texas Paducah, Ky. Daphne, Ala. Honolulu, HI. Forest Brook (Texas) How Acq UFA(SEA)-'08 UFA(CAR)-'10 RFA(MIA)-'07 D1-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'09 T(ATL)-'09 FA-'10 D3A-05 FA-'10 D3-10 D2-05 D4A-'08 D3-'09 FA-'08 FA-'10 FA-'10 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'10 D1-04 FA-'09 FA-'09 D7-'02 FA-'08 UFA(SF)-'09 D6A-'10 FA-'10 FA'10 FA-'10 D2-'09 D7A-'08 D7B-'08 FA-'08 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(TEN)-'08 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'09 D1-'08 T(MIN)-'06 D2-'10 D1-'09 D3-'08 D4-'10 FA'10 D5A-'10 D7B-'10 D6B-'10 FA-'10 T(DET)-'07 D4-'09 UFA(NYG)-'10 FA-'07 FA-'10 D2-'08 FA-'10 D7C-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 T(BAL)-'10 FA-'10 D5B-'07 D7B-'06 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'09 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'10 FA-'10 3 Josh Brown 4 A.J. Feeley 5 Donnie Jones 8 Sam Bradford 11 Brandon Gibson 16 Danny Amendola 19 Laurent Robinson 20 Darian Stewart 21 Oshiomogho Atogwe 22 Michael Lewis 23 Jerome Murphy 24 Ron Bartell 31 Justin King 32 Bradley Fletcher 34 Kenneth Darby 35 Kevin Dockery 36 Butler, Quincy 37 James Butler 38 Keith Toston 39 Steven Jackson 43 Craig Dahl 44 Mike Karney 45 Chris Massey 46 Daniel Fells 47 Billy Bajema 48 Fendi Onobun 49 Brit Miller 50 Bryan Kehl 53 Na'il Diggs 55 James Laurinaitis 57 Chris Chamberlain 58 David Vobora 59 Larry Grant 60 Jason Brown 63 Jacob Bell 65 Hank Fraley 70 Renardo Foster 71 Gary Gibson 72 Chris Long 73 Adam Goldberg 76 Rodger Saffold 77 Jason Smith 79 John Greco 81 Mardy Gilyard 84 Danario Alexander 86 Michael Hoomanawanui 90 George Selvie 92 Eugene Sims 93 Jermelle Cudjo 96 James Hall 97 Darell Scott 98 Fred Robbins 99 C.J. Ah You Reserve/Injured (9)

15 Dominique Curry WR 17 Donnie Avery WR 25 Marquis Johnson DB 56 Hull, Josh LB 83 Brandon McRae WR 87 Johnson, Darcy TE 89 Mark Clayton WR 93 Chris Hovan DT 95 Clifton Ryan DT Physically Unable to Perform (1) 66 Mark Setterstrom G Practice Squad (8) 12 26 33 51 67 68 82 94 Thaddeus Lewis Lambert, Terrail Chauncey Washington David Nixon Drew Miller Ryan McKee Greg Mathews Jimmy Saddler-McQueen QB CB RB LB C T WR DT

219 2/1/88 190 12/1/1985 215 4/29/86 225 3/16/1985 303 7/6/85 291 11/4/86 209 1/28/1988 298 8/4/1987

ST. LOUIS RAMS ROSTER BY EXPERIENCE# 11th year (5) 65 96 93 53 98 Player Fraley, Hank Hall, James Hovan, Chris* Na'il Diggs Robbins, Fred Pos C/G DE DT LB DT QB SS LS K T G RB P FB S TE CB C S WR CB DT TE G S TE WR DT WR CB LB RB G LB CB DE LB DE WR CB T WR LB LB DT T FB Ht 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-0 6-7 6-5 6-2 6-2 5-11 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-3 6-3 5-10 5-8 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-1 6-4 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-1 6-1 5-10 6-4 6-2 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-7 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-2 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-3 5-11 6-0 6-6 6-5 6-4 6-6 5-11 5-11 11/8/2010 Birth Wt Date 310 281 296 240 325 220 222 237 205 309 300 236 225 260 205 259 206 328 209 190 188 300 252 318 209 272 197 324 183 188 230 219 329 237 188 276 239 270 186 198 333 210 251 247 315 307 250 215 228 299 224 194 265 239 205 200 249 323 251 250 215 214 9/21/77 2/4/77 5/12/78 7/8/78 3/26/77 5/16/77 4/29/80 8/21/79 4/29/79 8/12/80 3/2/81 7/22/83 7/5/80 7/6/81 6/23/81 10/31/82 2/22/82 5/5/83 9/7/82 7/2/82 1/8/84 5/5/82 2/11/83 3/3/84 7/7/85 9/23/83 5/20/85 2/18/84 6/12/84 11/25/83 9/30/85 12/26/82 3/24/85 6/16/84 5/11/87 3/28/85 4/8/86 7/7/82 11/2/85 6/25/86 7/15/84 8/13/87 2/16/85 12/3/86 3/15/86 4/30/86 9/15/86 8/7/88 11/8/87 9/28/86 8/16/87 12/2/86 7/4/88 5/21/87 5/18/88 1/13/87 11/17/86 6/6/88 3/6/87 3/18/86 8/4/88 5/6/87 NFL Age Exp College 33 33 32 32 33 33 30 31 31 30 29 27 30 29 29 28 28 27 28 28 26 28 27 26 25 27 25 26 26 26 25 27 25 26 23 25 24 28 25 24 26 23 25 23 24 24 24 22 23 24 23 23 22 23 22 23 23 22 23 24 22 23 11 11 11 11 11 10 9 9 8 8 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 R R R R R R R R R R R R R R R Robert Morris Michigan Boston College Ohio State Wake Forest Oregon Colorado Marshall Nebraska Wyoming Miami (Ohio) Oregon State Louisiana State Arizona State Stanford Oklahoma State Howard North Carolina Georgia Tech Oklahoma Mississippi State Rutgers Central Florida Minnesota North Dakota State California-Davis Illinois State Michigan State Houston Texas Christian Tulsa Alabama Toledo Bringham Young Penn State Virginia Idaho Oklahoma Texas Tech Iowa Louisville Washington State Ohio State Ohio State Clemson Baylor Illinois Missouri Oklahoma Central Oklahoma Cal (PA) Cincinnati Illinois Penn State Alabama South Florida Houston Indiana South Florida West Texas A&M South Carolina Oklahoma State H.S. Hometown Gaithersburg, MD New Orleans, La. Rocky River, Ohio Los Angeles, Calif. Pensacola, Fla. Caldwell, ID Richmond, Texas Chesapeake, W.V. Foyil, Okla. Edina, Minn. Cleveland, Ohio Las Vegas, Nev. Baton Rouge, La. Kent, Wash. Windsor, Ontario (Canada) Oklahoma City, Okla. Detroit, Mich. Henderson, N.C. Bainbridge, Ga. Arlington, Texas Hernando, MS Lafayette, N.Y. Palatka, Fla. Northfield, Minn. Mankato, Minn. Fullerton, Calif. Rockledge, Fla. Saginaw, Mich. Alief, Texas San Antonio, Texas Bethany, Okla. Huntsville, Ala. Youngstown, Ohio Salt Lake City, Utah Pittsburgh, Pa. Charlottesville, Va. Eugene, Ore. Highland, Utah The Woodlands, Texas Youngstown, Ohio Ripley, Tenn. Puyallup, Wash. Sacramento, Calif. Plymouth, Minn. Columbia, S.C. Dallas, Texas Decatur, Ill. Marlin, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Lawton, Okla. Philadelphia, Pa. Bunnell, Fla. Bloomington, Ill. Millheim, Pa. Sarasota, Fla. Elizabeth, NJ Houston, Texas Bedford, Ohio Pensacola, Fla. Mt. Olive, Miss. Huntsville, Ala. Angleton, Texas How Acq FA-'10 T(DET)-'07 FA-'10 FA-'10 UFA(NYG)-'10 UFA(CAR)-'10 FA-'10 D7-'02 UFA(SEA)-'08 T(MIN)-'06 UFA(TEN)-'08 D1-04 RFA(MIA)-'07 FA-'09 D3A-05 UFA(SF)-'09 D2-05 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(NYG)-'09 T(BAL)-'10 FA-'10 FA-'09 FA-'10 D7B-'06 FA-'09 FA-'08 T(ATL)-'09 D5B-'07 D2-'08 W(DAL)-'08 D7A-'08 FA-'08 D3-'08 FA'10 D4A-'08 D1-'08 D7B-'08 FA-'07 FA-'09 D3-'09 FA-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'08 D2-'09 D4-'09 D1-'09 FA-'10 FA'10 D1-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 D4-'10 D5A-'10 D7C-'10 FA-'10 D3-10 D6A-'10 D2-'10 D7B-'10 D6B-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10

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ST. LOUIS RAMS POSITIONAL ROSTER# 4 8 34 38 39 44 49 11 16 19 81 84 46 47 48 86 60 63 65 70 73 76 77 79 71 72 90 92 93 96 97 98 99 Player A.J. Feeley Sam Bradford Kenneth Darby Keith Toston Steven Jackson Mike Karney Brit Miller Brandon Gibson Danny Amendola Laurent Robinson Mardy Gilyard Danario Alexander Daniel Fells Billy Bajema Fendi Onobun Michael Hoomanawanui Jason Brown Jacob Bell Hank Fraley Renardo Foster Adam Goldberg Rodger Saffold Jason Smith John Greco Gary Gibson Chris Long George Selvie Eugene Sims Jermelle Cudjo James Hall Darell Scott Fred Robbins C.J. Ah You Pos QB QB RB RB RB FB FB WR WR WR WR WR TE TE TE TE C G C/G T T OT T G DT DE DE DE DT DE DT DT DE LB LB LB LB LB LB S S SS CB CB CB CB CB CB S S Ht 6-3 6-4 5-10 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-1 6-0 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-3 6-7 6-7 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-4 6-6 6-2 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-4 6-2 6-1 6-1 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-0 5-8 6-1 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-0 6-2 5-11 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-11 6-3 6-5 6-6 6-3 6-3 Wt 220 228 219 214 236 260 250 210 186 197 194 215 272 259 249 265 328 300 310 333 309 323 307 329 300 276 251 250 299 281 315 325 270 237 240 247 230 239 251 215 205 222 200 206 188 198 188 188 209 209 205 225 237 224 183 324 205 239 302 207 252 190 318 219 190 215 225 303 291 209 298 Birth Date 5/16/77 11/8/87 12/26/82 5/6/87 7/22/83 7/6/81 9/15/86 8/13/87 11/2/85 5/20/85 12/2/86 8/7/88 9/23/83 10/31/82 11/17/86 7/4/88 5/5/83 3/2/81 9/21/77 7/15/84 8/12/80 6/6/88 4/30/86 3/24/85 5/5/82 3/28/85 3/6/87 3/18/86 9/28/86 2/4/77 3/15/86 3/26/77 7/7/82 6/16/84 7/8/78 12/3/86 9/30/85 4/8/86 2/16/85 8/4/88 6/23/81 4/29/80 1/13/87 2/22/82 5/11/87 6/25/86 1/8/84 11/25/83 9/7/82 6/17/85 4/29/79 7/5/80 8/21/79 8/16/87 6/12/84 2/18/84 5/18/88 5/21/87 7/17/85 3/5/86 2/11/83 7/2/82 3/3/84 2/1/88 12/1/1985 4/29/86 3/16/1985 7/6/85 11/4/86 1/28/1988 8/4/1987 11/8/2010 NFL Age Exp College 33 23 27 23 27 29 24 23 25 25 23 22 27 28 23 22 27 29 33 26 30 22 24 25 28 25 23 24 24 33 24 33 28 26 32 23 25 24 25 22 29 30 23 28 23 24 26 26 28 25 31 30 31 23 26 26 22 23 25 24 27 28 26 22 24 24 25 25 24 22 23 10 R 3 R 7 7 1 2 2 4 R R 4 6 R R 6 7 11 2 7 R 2 2 5 3 R R R 11 2 11 2 3 11 2 3 3 2 R 6 9 R 6 3 2 5 3 6 4 8 7 9 R 3 4 R R 1 R 5 6 5 R 1 1 2 2 1 R R Oregon Oklahoma Alabama Oklahoma State Oregon State Arizona State Illinois Washington State Texas Tech Illinois State Cincinnati Missouri California-Davis Oklahoma State Houston Illinois North Carolina Miami (Ohio) Robert Morris Louisville Wyoming Indiana Baylor Toledo Rutgers Virginia South Florida West Texas A&M Central Oklahoma Michigan Clemson Wake Forest Oklahoma Bringham Young Ohio State Ohio State Tulsa Idaho Ohio State South Carolina Stanford Colorado South Florida Howard Penn State Iowa Mississippi State Texas Christian Georgia Tech North Dakota State Nebraska Louisiana State Marshall Cal (PA) Houston Michigan State Alabama Penn State Oregon Mississippi State Central Florida Oklahoma Minnesota Duke Notre Dame USC Bringham Young Florida Southern Mississippi Michigan Texas A&M (Kingsville) H.S. Hometown Caldwell, ID Oklahoma City, Okla. Huntsville, Ala. Angleton, Texas Las Vegas, Nev. Kent, Wash. Decatur, Ill. Puyallup, Wash. The Woodlands, Texas Rockledge, Fla. Bunnell, Fla. Marlin, Texas Fullerton, Calif. Oklahoma City, Okla. Houston, Texas Bloomington, Ill. Henderson, N.C. Cleveland, Ohio Gaithersburg, MD Ripley, Tenn. Edina, Minn. Bedford, Ohio Dallas, Texas Youngstown, Ohio Lafayette, N.Y. Charlottesville, Va. Pensacola, Fla. Mt. Olive, Miss. Lawton, Okla. New Orleans, La. Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Highland, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Los Angeles, Calif. Plymouth, Minn. Bethany, Okla. Eugene, Ore. Sacramento, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Windsor, Ontario (Canada) Richmond, Texas Elizabeth, NJ Detroit, Mich. Pittsburgh, Pa. Youngstown, Ohio Hernando, MS San Antonio, Texas Bainbridge, Ga. Mankato, Minn. Foyil, Okla. Baton Rouge, La. Chesapeake, W.V. Philadelphia, Pa. Alief, Texas Saginaw, Mich. Sarasota, Fla. Millheim, Pa. Arroyo Grande, Calif. Chester, Va. Palatka, Fla. Arlington, Texas Northfield, Minn. Opa Locka, Fla. Oxnard, Calif. Carson, Calif. College Station, Texas Paducah, Ky. Daphne, Ala. Honolulu, HI. Forest Brook (Texas) How Acq UFA(CAR)-'10 D1-'10 FA-'08 FA-'10 D1-04 FA-'09 FA-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'09 T(ATL)-'09 D4-'10 FA'10 FA-'08 UFA(SF)-'09 D6A-'10 D5A-'10 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(TEN)-'08 FA-'10 FA-'10 T(MIN)-'06 D2-'10 D1-'09 D3-'08 FA-'09 D1-'08 D7B-'10 D6B-'10 FA-'10 T(DET)-'07 D4-'09 UFA(NYG)-'10 FA-'07 FA'10 FA-'10 D2-'09 D7A-'08 D7B-'08 FA-'08 FA-'10 D3A-05 FA-'10 D3-10 D2-05 D4A-'08 D3-'09 FA-'10 W(DAL)-'08 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'09 UFA(SEA)-'08 RFA(MIA)-'07 D7-'02 FA-'10 D2-'08 D5B-'07 FA-'10 D7C-'10 FA-'09 FA-'10 FA-'10 T(BAL)-'10 D7B-'06 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'10 FA-'09 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'10 FA-'10 2010 GP GS D IAQUARTERBACKS (2)

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3 Josh Brown K 5 Donnie Jones P 45 Chris Massey LS Reserve/Injured (9) 15 Dominique Curry WR 17 Donnie Avery WR 95 Clifton Ryan DT 25 Marquis Johnson DB 56 Hull, Josh LB 62 Mark Lewis G 83 Brandon McRae WR 87 Darcy Johnson TE 89 Mark Clayton WR Physically Unable to Perform (1) 66 Mark Setterstrom G Practice Squad (8) 12 26 33 51 67 68 82 94 Thaddeus Lewis Terrail Lambert Chauncey Washington David Nixon Drew Miller Ryan McKee Greg Mathews Jimmy Saddler-McQueen QB CB RB LB C T WR DT

2010 ST. LOUIS RAMS TRANSACTIONSDate Jan. 4 Name DE Sean Conover G Mark Lewis C Drew Miller CB Marcus Brown TE Eric Butler LB Dominic Douglas DT Chris Bradwell WR Nick Moore Nolan Cromwell Reginald Scott TE Derek Fine WR Travis Brown DT LaJuan Ramsey DT Claude Wroten TE Derek Fine OT Alex Barron DT Clifton Ryan DE Victor Adeyanju S Oshiomogho Atogwe S Craig Dahl QB A.J. Feeley S Craig Dahl DT Fred Robbins TE Daniel Fells C/G Hank Fraley G Mark Setterstrom LS Chris Massey RB Ken Darby DE James Hall CB Kevin Dockery TE Darcy Johnson LB David Vobora CB Quincy Butler DE Victor Adeyanju QB Marc Bulger LB Na'il Diggs DT Gary Gibson DL Adam Carriker DT Clifton Ryan OT Rodger Saffold CB Jerome Murphy WR Mardy Gilyard TE Michael Hoomanawanui DE Hall Davis TE Fendi Onobun DE Eugene Sims DB Marquis Johnson DE George Selvie LB Josh Hull DT Cudjo Jermelle LB Freddie Harris LB Cardia Jackson S Jeromy Jones LB Simoni Lawrence QB Thaddeus Lewis FB Jamie McCoy WR Brandon McRae WR Roderick Owens S Darian Stewart FB Kennedy Tinsley RB Keith Toston RB DeMaundray Woolridge S Thomas Payne WR Dominique Curry DB Martin Harris DT Ernest Reid DB Antoine Thompson DB Marcus Brown WR Travis Brown QB Mike Reilly OT Alex Barron LB Bobby Carpenter OL Brandon Joyce LS Clint Mower LB Simoni Lawrence WR Nick Moore DT Chris Bradwell FB Kennedy Tinsley WR Rod Owens G Joe Gibbs DT Chris Hovan DB Freddie Harris DB Jeromy Jones DB Cord Parks DE Sean Conover DT Ernest Reid LB Larry Grant WR Kordan Kent OT Ryan McKee S Oshiomogho Atogwe DE Hall Davis WR Mardy Gilyard LB Josh Hull TE Michael Hoomanawanui CB Marquis Johnson CB Jerome Murphy DE Eugene Sims DE George Selvie DT Leger Douzable CB Danny Gorrer LS Clint Mower RB DeMaundray Woolridge DE James Wyche LB KC Asiodu OL Brandon Joyce TE Fendi Onobun OT Rodger Saffold G Mark Setterstrom OL Mark Lewis DT Ernest Reid DT Chris Hovan C Tim Mattran OL Mark Lewis TE Eric Butler K Shaun Suisham K Shaun Suisham CB Marcus Brown S David Roach DB Brett Johnson WR Brooks Foster WR Danario Alexander LB Dominic Douglas LB Devin Bishop WR Donnie Avery LB Dominic Douglas CB Marcus Brown G Joe Gibbs FB Jamie McCoy T Phil Trautwein S Brett Johnson TE Darcy Johnson WR Jordan Kent C Tim Mattran 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 named wide receivers coach named head athletic trainer signed to reserve/future contract signed to reserve/future contract waived waived waived offered tender at second-round pick level offered tender at second-round pick level offered tender at fourth-round pick level offered tender at right of first refusal level offered tender at right of first refusal level signed as an unrestricted free agent (CAR) signed to a three-year contract signed as an unrestricted free agent (NYG) signed as a free agent signed signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed exclusive free rights agent signed restricted free agent (no offer executed) released signed as a free agent signed as a free agent released re-signed as a restricted free age