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ST. LOUIS RAMS (2-9)Sunday, December 4, 2011, Candlestick Park, 3:15 p.m.

WEEK 13

AT SAN FRANCISCO

49ERS (9-2)

2011 SCHEDULEDay Sun. Mon. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Sun. Mon. Sun. Sat. Sun. Date 9/11 9/19 9/25 10/2 10/9 10/16 10/23 10/30 11/6 11/13 11/20 11/27 12/4 12/12 12/18 12/24 1/1 Opponent Philadelphia at N.Y. Giants Baltimore Washington Bye Week at Green Bay at Dallas New Orleans at Arizona at Cleveland Seattle Arizona at San Francisco at Seattle Cincinnati at Pittsburgh San Francisco L L W L W L L 24-3 34-7 31-21 19-13 13-12 24-7 23-20 Time L L L L TV 31-13 28-16 37-7 17-10

RAMS CONTINUE DIVISIONAL PLAYThe St. Louis Rams will play their third-consecutive contest against an NFC West opponent Sunday as they travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers. Kickoff at Candlestick Park is scheduled for 3:15 p.m. Central. Sundays game will be the 123rd meeting between the Rams and 49ers, with St. Louis holding a slight advantage in the series, 61-59-2. The two teams split their 2010 series with the home team winning both contests. Rams RB Steven Jackson looks to reach another milestone Sunday in San Francisco. Jackson needs just 46 yards to tie Henry Ellard for third in team history in all-purpose yards.

LB James Laurinaitis

BROADCAST INFORMATIONTELEVISION FOX (KTVI, Channel 2 St. Louis) Play-by-Play: Chris Myers Color Analyst: Tim Ryan Sideline Reporter: Jaime Maggio RADIO WXOS (101.1 FM) Play-by-Play: Steve Savard Color Analyst: DMarco Farr Sideline Reporter: Tony Softli NATIONAL RADIO Sports USA Radio Network Play-by-Play: Tom McCarthy Color Analyst: John Robinson Sideline Reporter: Tony Graziani

3:15 p.m. Fox 7:30 p.m. ESPN Noon Noon Noon CBS Fox Fox

THIS WEEKS MEDIA AVAILABILITYWednesday, November 30-Practice: Noon -Coach Spagnuolo & QB Sam Bradford available on field after practice Conference Calls: Aldon Smith, 2 p.m. Jim Harbaugh, 2:10 p.m.

Thursday, December 1-Practice: Noon -Coach Spagnuolo & RB S. Jackson available on field after practice - Coordinators K. Flajole & J. McDaniels available on field after practice -Open locker room immediately following practice

Friday, December 2-Practice 10:55 a.m. -Coach Spagnuolo available on field after practice. -Open locker room immediately following practice

Saturday, December 3No Availability

Sunday, December 4Rams vs 49ers Candlestick Park 3:15 p.m.

Monday, December 5Coach Spagnuolo Press Conference 2 p.m.

VISIT OUR MEDIA WEBSITE AT MEDIA.STLOUISRAMS.COMTED 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

WEEK 13: ST. LOUIS RAMS

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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

THE SERIES AT A GLANCE Overall Regular Season Series: Rams lead series, 61-59-2 Overall Postseason Series: 49ers lead series, 1-0 Rams Regular Season Home Record vs. 49ers: 30-30-1 Rams Regular Season Road Record vs. 49ers: 31-29-1 Current Streak: Rams, one game (Week 16, 2010) Rams Longest Streak: 10 games (1971-75) 49ers Longest Streak: 17 games (1990-98) Regular Season Point Total: Rams 2,652 - 49ers 2,702 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 16-0 (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; C Tony Wragge played for San Francisco from 2005-10; Rams WR Brandon Lloyd was drafted by the 49ers in 2003 and spent his first three seasons in San Francisco; G Harvey Dahl began his career with the 49ers. Rams Vice President of Player Personnel Mike Williams spent nine seasons in San Franciscos personnel department. Former Rams: 49ers LB Larry Grant played for the Rams from 2009-10. Missouri Ties: 49ers DE Justin Smith was born in Holts Summit, Mo., attended Jefferson City High School and played collegiately at the University of Mo.; 49ers TE Delanie Walker attended the University of Central Missouri; 49ers OLB Aldon Smith is from Raytown, Mo. and played at Missouri. Bay Area Ties: 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 TE Stephen Spach is from Fresno, Calif. and played at Fresno State; Rams LB Justin Cole is from Chino Hills, Calif. and played at San Jose State; Rams DT Justin Bannan is from Sacramento, Calif. Coaching Connections: Rams RB Coach Sylvester Croom was the head coach at Mississippi State when 49ers RB Anthony Dixon played for the Bulldogs. Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo coached Philadelphias defensive backs and linebackers when 49ers K David Akers was the Eagles kicker. NFL Teammate Connections: Rams S Quintin Mikell and QB A.J. Feeley were teammates with 49ers K David Akers in Philadelphia. Rams G Harvey Dahl and RB Jerious Norwood played with 49ers TE Justin Peelle in Atlanta, and Peelle played with Rams LB Ben Leber and QB A.J. Feeley in San Diego. Leber and 49ers S Madieu Williams were teammates with the Vikings. College Teammate Connections: Rams LB James Laurinaitis played with 49ers T Alex Boone, S Donte Whitner and WR Ted Ginn, Jr. at Ohio State. Rams DE Chris Long and 49ers LB Ahmad Brooks were teammates at Virginia. Rams QB Sam Bradford played with 49ers S Reggie Smith at Oklahoma. Rams LB Josh Hull played with 49ers LB NaVarro Bowman at Penn State. Rams WR Danario Alexander and 49ers OLB Aldon Smith played together at Missouri. Rams DE James Hall played with 49ers C Jonathan Goodwin at Michigan. Rams QB A.J. Feeley played with 49ers TE Justin Peelle at Oregon. Rams RB Cadillac Williams played with 49ers CB Carlos Rogers at Auburn.

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, 61-59-2 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 2010 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 49ers, 23-20 OT Rams, 25-17 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 SF STL

TALE OF THE TAPE49ers (rank) 23.8 (9) 308.6 (26) 128.7 (7) 179.9 (29) 31:43 14.6 (1) 316.7 (7) 75.5 (1) 241.2 (21) 25/166 15/187 +16 (1) 11.4 (9) 28.4 (4) 8.6 (11) 22.4 (8) 53/50.8 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 Rams (rank) 12.7 (31) 295.5 (29) 104.7 (21) 190.8 (26) 28:22 24.5 (24) 364.1 (21) 159.0 (32) 205.1 (8) 29/194 10/132 -3 (20t) 12.3 (6) 22.3 (25) 11.9 (23) 22.8 (11) 73/44.8

2011 RAMS PROJECTED STARTERSOFFENSEWR Brandon Lloyd Rams leading receiver caught five passes for 74 yards and a touchdown vs. Arizona. Has 31 catches for 396 yards and four touchdowns in six games with St. Louis. LT Adam Goldberg Eighth-year pro started at left tackle vs. Arizona after starting previous three weeks at right tackle. Versatile lineman has seen action at four different positions during his career. LG Jacob Bell Has started 27-consecutive games at left guard. Helped Steven Jackson rush for 100 yards in three-straight games in Week 9-11. Has blocked for four 1,000-yard rushers in his career. C Tony Wragge Started last three weeks. Signed with Rams in September. Has 18 career starts in seven NFL seasons. RG Jason Brown Veteran lineman started at center first eight weeks. Started at guard for the first time as a Ram last week. RT Harvey Dahl Mauling road grater joined the Rams in July as a free agent. Started at right guard first 10 games of season before sliding to right tackle last week. TE Billy Bajema Crafty veteran blocker and pass catcher has nine receptions for 71 yards on the season. WR Brandon Gibson Second among Rams with 30 receptions for 362 yards and a touchdown on the year. Caught two passes for 30 yards last week. QB Sam Bradford Top overall pick in 2010 draft passed for 203 yards and a touchdown vs. Arizona last week. FB Brit Miller Starting fullback and key special teams contributor has served as the lead blocker for Steven Jackson and Cadillac Williams in Weeks 1-11. RB Steven Jackson Three-time Pro Bowler has rushed for 816 yards this season and caught 26 passes. Closing in on seventh-consecutive 1,000-yard season and currently holds the NFLs longest active streak of 1,000-yard campaigns.

DEFENSELDE Chris Long Has 10.0 sacks on the year, including 7.0 in the last five weeks with at least one sack in five-consecutive games. Has 21 tackles and 10 quarterback hits on the season. LDT Fred Robbins Twelve-year veteran has four tackles for loss and has 23 total stops. Tied for third among all NFL defensive tackles with 6.0 sacks in 2010, which marked a career high. RDT Justin Bannan Inactive last week (shoulder). Had five tackles vs. Seahawks to give him 22 total tackles, including two for loss, on the season. Forced a fumble vs. Washington. Ten-year veteran joined St. Louis after stints with Buffalo, Baltimore and Denver. RDE James Hall Leads all Rams defensive linemen with 37 tackles (two for loss) and has 4.0 sacks this season. Blocked potential game-winning field goal at Cleveland. SLB Brady Poppinga Recorded three tackles vs. Arizona and recovered a fumble. Has 46 tackles on the season. First-year Ram signed with St. Louis after six seasons with Green Bay. MLB James Laurinaitis Rams leading tackler (88 total) had eight stops and an interception vs. Cardinals. Led the team in tackles for the second-consecutive season as he posted 129 stops in 2010. WLB Chris Chamberlain Started at WLB the last seven weeks. Ranks fifth among Rams defenders with 51 tackles on the year, including eight last week. LCB Justin King Had eight solo tackles vs. Arizona. Ranks fourth among Rams with 55 tackles this season. Missed Week 8 due to groin injury. RCB Josh Gordy Has 32 tackles and two passes defensed. Started in place of injured Justin King in Week 8 vs. New Orleans and had eight tackles (one for loss) and recorded his first interception of his career. Has three starts on the season. SS Darian Stewart Second-year pro tied for second among Rams with 67 tackles. Had six stops and one sack last week vs. Arizona. FS Quintin Mikell Tied for second among Rams with 67 tackles this season. Also has a sack, two forced fumbles and two interceptions. Veteran free agent joined St. Louis this summer after eight seasons with Eagles.

KEY CONTRIBUTORSRB Cadillac Williams Has rushed for 237 yards and caught 13 passes this season. Rushed for 91 yards on 19 attempts and tied for team lead in receptions with five in St. Louis debut versus Philadelphia. TE Lance Kendricks Rams second-round draft pick has 19 receptions for 240 yards on the season. WR Danario Alexander Second-year pro has 296 receiving yards on 16 catches. Averaging 18.5 yards per catch. Has missed last five weeks due to injury. WR Austin Pettis Third-round draft pick caught three passes for 45 yards last week to give him 19 receptions for 178 yards on the season. RB Jerious Norwood Rushed five times for 22 yards vs. Arizona.

KEY CONTRIBUTORSCB Rod Hood Veteran saw his most action as a Ram last week and recorded his first interception since arriving in St. Louis. DE Eugene Sims Has eight tackles and two quarterback hits and to go along with 11 special teams stops this season. DE Robert Quinn Rams top draft choice this year has 5.0 sacks and 10 quarterback hits in 10 games this season. Was NFC Special Teams Player of the Week in Week 8 after blocking a punt that led to a TD. Has a sack in each of last two contests. S Craig Dahl Has totaled 34 tackles this season and is tied for team lead with 12 special teams stops. DT Gary Gibson Has 16 tackles and 2.0 sacks this season, including five (two for loss) last week. Also caused errant throw that was intercepted by James Laurinaitis last week. Started all 16 games in 2010.

THE HEAD COACHES STEVE SPAGNUOLONFL Coaching Year: 13th year Rams Head Coach: 3rd year Regular Season: 10-33 (.233) Postseason: 0-0 (.000)Steve Spagnuolo is in his third season as head coach of the St. Louis Rams. In 2010, Spagnuolos team made a six-game improvement from 2009, finishing in second place in the NFC West. The six-game swing marked the second best turnaround in the NFL from 2009 to 2010. The Rams finished with a 5-3 home record, the first home winning record since 2004. In addition, the Rams improved their team net turnover ratio from -13 in 2009 to +5 in 2010. The Rams forfeited only six fumbles, the second fewest in the NFL. Spagnuolos 2010 Rams made considerable improvements in all three phases last season. Defensively, the Rams jumped 10 spots in total defense in 2010. On the offensive side of the ball, the Rams averaged 7.2 points per game more in 2010 than in 2009, largely by playing smart football that saw the team rank tied for eighth with 21 turnovers last season. 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.

JIM HARBAUGHNFL Coaching Year: 3rd year 49ers Head Coach: 1st year Regular Season: 9-2 (.818) Postseason: 0-0 (.000)Jim Harbaugh was named head coach of the San Francisco 49ers on January 7, 2011. Widely regarded as one of the finest up-andcoming coaches in football, Harbaugh became the 18th head coach in 49ers history. A 15-year NFL veteran quarterback, Harbaugh brings 17 years of coaching experience to San Francisco, which includes spending the last seven years as a head coach (58-27) in the collegiate ranks. He joins the 49ers after an impressive four-year stint as the head coach at Stanford University, where he guided the Cardinal football program to the biggest turnaround in school history over a four-year span. As Stanfords head coach, Harbaugh led the Cardinal to a 29-21 overall record, including a 20-6 record over the past two seasons. It was in stark contrast to the program he inherited in 2007, which had compiled a 16-40 record in the previous five seasons, including a 1-11 mark in 2006. Harbaugh came to Stanford from the University of San Diego, where he guided the Toreros to an impressive three-year overall record of 29-6 (.829), including back-to-back 11-1 seasons that netted a pair of Division I-AA Mid Major national titles in 2005 and 2006. Prior to joining the University of San Diego, Harbaugh spent two seasons (2002-03) as an offensive assistant with the Oakland Raiders. Harbaugh laid the groundwork for his coaching career while he was still competing as a player in the NFL, serving as an NCAA-certified unpaid assistant coach at Western Kentucky, where he worked with his father and Hilltoppers head coach Jack Harbaugh, from 19942001. A first round draft pick by the Chicago Bears in 1987, Harbaugh played for five teams over 15 seasons, including the Bears (198793), Indianapolis Colts (1994-97), Baltimore Ravens (1998), San Diego Chargers (1999-2000) and Carolina Panthers (2001). A product of Palo Alto High School, Harbaugh enjoyed a storied career at the University of Michigan, where he played for legendary coach Bo Schembechler and helped lead the Wolverines to two bowl appearances, garnering Big Ten Player of the Year honors. Harbaugh is the son of long-time college coach, Jack Harbaugh, the brother of Baltimore Ravens head coach, John Harbaugh, and the brother-in-law of Indiana University Mens Basketball head coach, Tom Crean.

SPAGNUOLO,20092007-08 2004-06 2001-03 1999-2000 1998 1996-97 1994-95 1994 1993 1993 1992 1990-91 1987-89 1984-86 1983 1982-83

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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

HARBAUGH,20112007-2010 2004-2006 2002-03 1994-2001 San Francisco 49ers Stanford Univ. of San Diego Oakland Raiders Western Kentucky

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Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Offensive Assistant Volunteer Assistant

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 8,761 yards

JACKSON STANDS ALONERB Steven Jackson raced into Rams history midway through the 2010 season as he passed Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson to become the franchises all-time leading rusher, and he continues to add to the top total in club history. There are only two running backs in the NFL who hold the franchise rushing record for the team that they currently play for: Jackson and Carolinas DeAngelo Williams. Jackson has rushed for 813 yards on 172 RB Steven Jackson carries (4.7 average yards per carry), including a 47-yard touchdown run on the Rams first play from scrimmage this season. Jackson has rushed for 8,761 for his career. Among active running backs, Jackson ranks fourth in career yards. 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 8,761 7,245 6,959 6,186 5,417

RUSHING TOUCHDOWN HISTORYRB Steven Jackson has rushed for four touchdowns this season to give him 51 career rushing touchdowns, just seven off Hall of Famer Marshall Faulks franchise record. In Week 8 against New Orleans, Jackson scored twice. It was his sixth game in his career in which hes scored multiple rushing touchdowns and eighth career game in which hes scored multiple touchdowns (rushing and/or receiving).RB Steven Jackson

Rams Career Rushing TD Leaders Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Dan Towler (1950-55) Dick Bass (1960-69) TD 58 56 51 34 35

AN ALL-PURPOSE THREATSteven Jackson, who already ranks third in Rams history in scrimmage yards, has a chance to move into third place in all-purpose yards when the Rams visit San Francisco this weekend. Jackson currently ranks fourth in the category, but he needs just 46 yards Sunday to tie Henry Ellard for third place. Jacksons 11,583 career yards have come through three outlets: 8,761 rushing, 2,821 receiving and 79 from kick returns. Most All-Purpose Yards, Rams History 1. Isaac Bruce 2. Torry Holt 3. Henry Ellard 4. Steven Jackson 5. Marshall Faulk Yards 14,314 12,732 11,707 11,661 11,048

CENTURY MARKWith three 100-yard games in his last five outings, RB Steven Jackson now ranks second in team history in 100-yard rushing performances with 30. Jackson needs eight 100-yard games to tie Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, who rushed for 100 yards in 38 games, for the most in team history. Jackson has rushed for 100 yards four times against the 49ers, the Rams opponent this week. Hes also scored a rushing touchdown in each of his last two games against San Francisco. Career 100-yard Games in Rams History Eric Dickerson (1983-87) Steven Jackson (2004- ) Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79) 38 30 27 22

RB Steven Jackson

RB Steven Jackson hauls in a touchdown pass from Sam Bradford in Week 4.

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 addition to leading the team in rushing, Jackson is fourth among Rams with 26 catches this season. With 353 career catches, Jackson is sixth in Rams history in the category. Since becoming a full-time starter in 2006, Jackson has registered 291 receptions for 2,312 receiving yards (7.9-yard average). During that time, Jacksons 291 receptions and 2,312 receiving yards rank second among all NFL running backs. Receptions Leaders Among Running Backs, 2006-PresentReggie Bush / NO-MIA Steven Jackson / STL Frank Gore/SF L. Tomlinson/SD-NYJ Brian Westbrook / PHI-SF Rec 329 291 271 265 262 Yards 2,379 2,312 2,253 2,243 2,203 Avg. 7.2 7.9 8.3 8.5 8.4 Long 74 64t 48 74 62t TD 13 6 9 8 16

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 ranks first in the NFL with an average of 115.5 yards from scrimmage per game. Since 2006, Jackson has 1,953 touches for 9,354 yards. His touches and scrimmage yards are the most over that time period. Last season, Jackson ranked third in the RB Steven Jackson NFC and ninth in the NFL with 1,624 scrimmage yards. Jackson has rushed for 813 yards this season and has caught 26 passes for 151 yards. This season, Jackson is averaging 96.4 scrimmage yards per game. Hes aiming for his sixth-consecutive season with an average of at least 100 yards from scrimmage per game. The streak dates back to his first year as an NFL starter in 2006. He averaged 145.9 scrimmage yards per game in 2006. In 2006, Jackson recorded 2,334 yards from scrimmage, the fifthhighest single-season total in NFL history. That season Jackson rushed for 1,528 yards and 13 touchdowns on 346 attempts. He added 806 yards receiving on 90 catches. The 90 catches rank sixth in NFL history in one season among running backs. Yards From Scrimmage/Game Leaders, 2006-Present

RB Steven Jackson dives for the end zone on touchdown reception. The catch was one of 353 in Jacksons career.

MAKING HISTORYLast season, RB Steven Jackson became the franchises all-time leading rusher when he passed Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson, and now hes in pursuit of the franchise record for career scrimmage yards. Earlier this season, Jackson passed Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk to move into third in team history in yards from scrimmage. He now eyes former teammate Torry Holt on the list. With 964 yards this season, Jackson now has 11,504 scrimmage yards for his career. Faulk had 11,150 as a Ram.

Steven Jackson / STL Chris Johnson/ TEN Adrian Peterson / MIN Frank Gore / SF Matt Forte/ CHI

Games 81 58 71 81 59

Touches 1,953 1,284 1,519 1,718 1,232

Yards 9,354 6,573 7,949 8,968 6,206

Yds/Game 115.5 113.3 112.0 110.7 105.2

MOVING UP THE CHARTSRB Steven Jackson caught three passes last week to give him 353 for his career. Four weeks ago, Jackson broke a tie with Elroy Crazy Legs Hirsch for sixth most receptions in team history. Jackson has caught 26 passes in 10 games this season, fourth most among Rams. He entered one the season ranked ninth in team RB Steven Jackson hauls in a pass foraloneof his 353 career receptions. He now stands in history in catches and passed sixth place in the category. Jim Phillips for eighth most in Rams history during Week 5s game at Green Bay and passed Jack Snow for seventh in Week 8 versus New Orleans. Rams All-Time Receptions LeadersYears 1994-2007 1999-2008 1983-93 1999-2005 1948-56 20041949-57 1965-75 1965-75 1938-47 Receptions 942 869 593 470 400 353 343 340 333 275

RB Steven Jackson

Among active NFL players, Jackson currently ranks seventh in career scrimmage yards. Last week, Jackson had 78 scrimmage yards (64 rushing, 14 receiving) against the Cardinals. Rams All-Time Leaders, Yards From Scrimmage Years Rushing Rec. Isaac Bruce 1994-07 150 14,109 Torry Holt 1999-08 57 12,660 Steven Jackson 20048,761 2,821 Marshall Faulk 1999-05 6,959 4,071 Henry Ellard 1983-93 55 9,761

Total 14,259 12,717 11,582 11,030 9,816

1. Isaac Bruce 2. Torry Holt 3. Henry Ellard 4. Marshall Faulk 5. Tom Fears 6. Steven Jackson 7. Elroy Hirsch 8. Jack Snow 9. Jim Phillips 10. Jim Benton

SAMS THE MANRams QB Sam Bradford passed for 203 yards and a touchdown last week against the Arizona Cardinals. In the fourth quarter, he connected with Brandon Lloyd for a touchdown pass, the third time in as many weeks the two have hooked up in the end zone. Bradford is among the NFLs best when it comes to protecting the football. Hes thrown just five interceptions in 328 attempts this season, and his rate of 1.5 ranks third in the NFL this season. Bradfords career rate of 2.18 (20 in 918 attempts) is the lowest percentage in Rams history among quarterbacks with at least 500 attempts. This week, Bradford aims for his third 300-yard game of the season. In Week 6 at Green Bay, Bradford passed for 328 yards, his third 300-yard game of his career. He set a new single-game career high in Week 2 as he passed for 331 yards against the New York Giants as he completed 22-of-46 throws with one touchdown and no interceptions in his Monday Night Football debut.

A YEAR TO REMEMBERQB Sam Bradford made his mark on the NFL record books with a spectacular season that turned out to be one of the best ever by a rookie quarterback. Bradford set NFL rookie records for completions (354) and attempts (590), and his 3,512 passing yards in 2010 are the second most by a rookie in NFL history, trailing only Peyton Mannings 3,739 in 1998. Bradfords 18 touchdowns are tied for fifth most among rookies in NFL history. The top overall pick in last years draft is one of just three rookie quarterbacks in NFL history to pass QB Sam Bradford for 3,000 yards in a season. During a midseason stretch, Bradford set an NFL rookie record with 174 consecutive attempts without an interception. Bradford was named Offensive Rookie of the Year by The Associated Press.

NFL Rookie Passing RecordsAttempts Sam Bradford (2010) Peyton Manning (1998) Chris Weinke (2001) Rick Mirer (1993) David Carr (2002)QB Sam Bradford passed for 203 yards and a touchdown against the Cardinals last week.

590 575 540 486 444 354 326 293 265 257 3,739 3,512 3,440 2,971 2,931

JUST WIN, BABY!During his standout rookie season, Rams QB Sam Bradford saw his name attached to numerous NFL rookie records. While proud of his statistical accomplishments, Bradford has always maintained that the win-loss column is really the only item hes interested in tracking. That being the case, Bradford did make an impact in his favorite statistic. His seven wins are the most by a rookie quarterback drafted number one overall since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.

Completions Sam Bradford (2010) Peyton Manning (1998) Chris Weinke (2001) Matt Ryan (2008) Joe Flacco (2008) Yards Peyton Manning (1998) Sam Bradford (2010) Matt Ryan (2008) Joe Flacco (2008) Chris Weinke (2001)

SAMS TROPHY CASERams QB Sam Bradford added to his trophy case last January when he was voted Associated Press Offensive Rookie of the Year by a select group of writers. As a sophomore at Oklahoma, Bradford won the Heisman Trophy as the nations top college player. When he added Offensive Rookie of the Year honors last season, he became just the seventh player and first quarterback to win both the Heisman and the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year.QB Sam Bradford

QB Sam Bradford

Bradford took over a team that went 1-15 in 2009 and led the Rams to a 7-9 record. Most Wins By a Rookie Quarterback Chosen #1 (Since 1970) Year Team Record Sam Bradford 2010 Rams 7-9 Jeff George 1990 Colts 6-7 Jim Plunkett 1971 Patriots 6-8 Drew Bledsoe 1993 Patriots 5-7 John Elway 1983 Broncos 4-6 David Carr 2002 Texans 4-12

The other players in that elite group include University of Pittsburgh/Cowboys RB Tony Dorsett, Texas/Oilers RB Earl Campbell, Oklahoma/Lions RB Billy Sims, South Carolina/ Saints RB George Rogers, Southern Cal./Raiders RB Marcus Allen, Oklahoma State/Lions RB Barry Sanders and Ohio State/Oilers RB Eddie George.

WELCOME ABOARDS Quintin Mikell, who signed with the Rams as a free agent this summer, has provided an immediate impact on St. Louis defense. The nine-year veteran has been a part of five takeaways in his first 11 games in St. Louis. Mikell ranks second among Rams with 62 tackles this season, trailing only James Laurinaitis. He also has one sack, two interceptions and two forced fumbles. His interception in Week 10 led to a Rams touchdown against Seattle.S Quintin Mikell celebrates an interception with LB Ben Leber.

LONG ON TALENTThey say sacks often come in bunches, and thats the way Rams DE Chris Long has collected them of late. Last week against Arizona, Long dropped John Skelton for his 10th sack of the season. In Week 8 against New Orleans, Long enjoyed his first three-sack game of his career to help the Rams to a victory. Longs 10.0 sacks are tied for fifth most in the NFL this season and are tied for fifth most in the NFC. Long has set a new career high in sacks this season. His previous best was 8.5 in 2010.DE Chris Long

Mikell, who spent his first eight NFL seasons with the Eagles, boasts career totals of 5.0 sacks and 12 interceptions. Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo was Mikells position coach during Mikells first NFL season and in all, the two spent four seasons together in Philadelphia.

Long has recorded at least one sack in five consecutive games, and his current streak is a new career long for Long. He had sacks in four straight games in 2010. Long leads the Rams in sacks and quarterback pressures (11) and is tied for the team lead in quarterback hits (10) this season. Longs sacks have come during crucial times this season. Of his 10.0 sacks, 5.0 have come in the fourth quarter of games. Hes tied with Philadelphias Jason Babin and New Englands Mark Anderson for the most fourth quarter sacks in the NFL this season. 2011 NFL Sack Leaders 1. DeMarcus Ware, DAL 2. Jared Allen, MIN 3t. Von Miller, DEN 3t. Jason Pierre-Paul, NYG 5t. Chris Long, STL 5t. Jason Babin, PHI Sacks 14.0 13.5 10.5 10.5 10.0 10.0

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

RUSHING ROBERTThe Rams used the 14th overall pick in last years draft on a young pass rusher who they hoped would help them get after the quarterback, and DE Robert Quinn has shown why he was highly coveted in April. Last week against Arizona, Quinn recorded his fifth sack of the season and second in as many weeks. In Week 8, Quinn blocked a punt that led to a Rams touchdown and sacked Drew Brees. DE Robert Quinn Quinn was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against the Saints. On the season, Quinn has 5.0 sacks and 10 quarterback hits. With 5.0 sacks, Quinn is tied for fifth most among NFL rookies this season. Hes also tied with Sean Gilbert (5.0 in 1992) for the third most sacks by a rookie in Rams history. With six games remaining, Quinn has a chance to make a run at Deacon Jones franchise rookie record of 8.0, although Jones accomplishment came in 1961 before sacks were an official record. Kevin Carter (6.0 in 1995) ranks second in the category.

MAN IN THE MIDDLEIf you want to find Rams MLB James Laurinaitis on the football field, one can often simply follow the ball, because the third-year pro seems to always be around it. Laurinaitis is again the Rams leader in tackles as hes racked up 88 through 11 games, including eight last week. Laurinaitis has proven to be a valuable defender against both the run and the pass. Last week, Laurinaitis recorded his second interception of the season. He also has 2.0 sacks and is tied for second among Rams with seven passes defensed on the year. Last year, Laurinaitis had seven passes defensed, one interception and 3.0 sacks. Among Rams, only starting cornerbacks Ron Bartell (13) and Bradley Fletcher (12) had more pass breakups. Laurinaitis rarely comes off the field, and hes played in a team-high 771 snaps this season.

Linebacker James Laurinaitis once again finds himself atop the Rams list of leading tacklers.

A HALL OF A PLAYERIn his 12th NFL season, DE James Hall continues to be a rock for the Rams defense. Hes third among Rams with 4.0 sacks this season, and he has 37 tackles, including two for loss, and nine quarterback hits on the year. In Week 11, he blocked a potential game-winning field goal to help the Rams pull out a victory in Cleveland. In 2010, Hall led St. Louis with 10.5 sacks on the year and also recorded 57 tackles, including two for loss. Hall also led the Rams and tied for second in the NFL with six forced fumbles last season. Hall now has 61.0 career sacks. Among active players, Hall ranks 16th in career sacks. His 10.5 sacks last year was his second-highest single season total of his career (11.5 in 2004). He finished last season ranked ninth in the NFC in sacks.

NEW ADDITIONPrior to Week 7, the Rams made a move to upgrade their receiver corps as they sent an undisclosed draft pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for WR Brandon Lloyd. The move has paid immediate dividends. Lloyd caught six passes for 74 yards in his St. Louis debut against Dallas, and last week he caught five passes for 74 yards. Hes scored four touchdowns since joining the Rams, including one in each of the last three weeks.WR Brandon Lloyd

A nine-year veteran, Lloyd is reunited with Rams Offensive Coordinator Josh McDaniels, under whom he had a breakout season in 2010. While playing in McDaniels offense, Lloyd posted career highs in receptions (77), receiving yards (1,448) and touchdown catches (11). He led the NFL in receiving yards last season as he was named to his first Pro Bowl of his career. This season, Lloyd has caught 50 passes for 679 yards in four games with the Broncos and five in St. Louis. Since joining the Rams, he has 31 receptions for 396 yards and has at least four catches in all six games as a Ram. Lloyds career totals include 291 receptions for 4,499 yards and 30 touchdowns.

DE James Hall had 10.5 sacks in 2010, which was his second-best season total of his 11-year career. He has 4.0 this season and leads all Rams defensive linemen in tackles.

ROCKIN ROBBINSRams DT Fred Robbins was one of the more unheralded signings of the 2010 free agency period, but his impact has certainly been felt in the middle of the St. Louis defense. Last week against the Cardinals, Robbins had three tackles and two quarterback hits. On the season, hes tied for second among Rams with four tackles for loss and he has 23 total stops. In his first season in St. Louis, Robbins set a new career high with 6.0 sacks and had a big impact on the Rams defense. He held off blockers to allow James Laurinaitis to run free, and his pass rush acumen drew the attention of opposing offenses and helped his defensive line mates. Robbins came to the Rams after six seasons with the New York Giants. During two of those seasons, 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 previous career high in sacks (5.5) 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.

SAFETY IN STEWARTDarian Stewart entered the starting lineup midway through the season and has become a playmaker for the Rams. Last week against Arizona, Stewart recorded his second sack of the season and posted six tackles, including two for loss. He now has sacks in two consecutive games. Stewart is now tied with Quintin Mikell for second on the team with 67 stops on the year and leads the team with eight passes defensed. He also leads the team with five

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tackles for loss. In Week 8 against New Orleans, Stewart notched his first interception of his career, and he returned the pick 27 yards for a touchdown. Stewart joined the Rams as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2010. He contributed on special teams and defense as a rookie before winning the starting strong safety job this season.

Rams DT Fred Robbins drops Seattle RB Justin Forsett for a loss. After joining St. Louis as a free agent last spring, Robbins made a big impact on a much-improved Rams defense in 2010.

MOVING THE CHAINSWR Austin Pettis, the Rams third-round pick in Aprils draft, caught three passes last week against the Cardinals to give him 19 receptions for 178 yards this season. When Pettis arrived in St. Louis, he was given jersey number 83. Early in the season, Pettis switched to 18 in order to honor a family member who was also a professional athlete in St. Louis. Del Rice, Pettis grandfather, wore 18 when he played catcher for the St. Louis baseball Cardinals (1945-55, 60). Pettis uncle Gary Pettis also enjoyed a long major league career with the Angels, Tigers and Rangers.

KICKING ITRams P Donnie Jones boasts one of the strongest legs in the NFL, and his deep, high kicks have been a weapon for St. Louis in his five seasons with the club. Jones was named an alternate to the Pro Bowl after another strong season in 2010. He finished eighth in the NFL and fourth in the NFC with a gross punting average of 45.5 yards per kick. He also ranked third in the NFL and second in the NFC in net punting average (40.0). With 417 punts as a Ram, Jones ranks second in team history in the category. He passed Sean Landeta for second most earlier this season. Jones gross average of 46.9 yards per punt as a Ram is tops in team history. Since joining the Rams, Jones has placed 124 punts inside the opponents 20 yard line. Two weeks ago, he broke a tie with Dale Hatcher for the most such punts in team history.P Donnie Jones

WR Austin Pettis hauls in a pass from QB Sam Bradford in Week 4 against Washington.

Jones is tied for third in the NFL with 21 punts inside the 20 this season. The Rams signed Jones as a restricted free agent prior to the 2007 season, and during his time in St. Louis, Jones ranks third among NFL punters in gross average and third in net. NFL Leaders in Gross Punting Avg., 2007-present Gross Avg. 1. Shane Lechler, OAK 49.4 2. Andy Lee, SF 47.7 3. Donnie Jones, STL 46.9 4. Mat McBriar, DAL 46.8 5. Mike Scifres, SD 46.4 NFL Leaders in Net Punting Avg., 2007-present Net Avg. 1. Shane Lechler, OAK 41.6 2. Andy Lee, SF 40.4 3. Donnie Jones, STL 40.0 4. Matt McBriar, DAL 39.5 5. Dustin Colquitt, KC 39.2 *Min. 120 punts

RETURN TO SENDERWR/PR Nick Miller was preparing to spend Thanksgiving with his family in Arizona last week when he got a call to head to St. Louis to join the Rams, and Miller made a big impact just a few days later in his Rams debut. In the first quarter of last weeks game against the Cardinals, Miller returned a punt 88 yards for a touchdown. The score was Millers first of his career and is tied for the third-longest punt return in Rams history. It was the first punt returned for a touchdown by a Ram since Dante Hall did so in 2007.

WR/PR Nick Miller

Miller, who spent parts of three seasons with the Oakland Raiders, was on the Rams roster for two weeks earlier this season but didnt appear in a game with St. Louis.

HOT RODCB Rod Hood saw his most extensive action as a Ram last week, and he delivered his first interception as a Ram in the process. Playing against one of his former teams, Hood intercepted Cardinals QB John Skelton for one of three Rams takeaways last week. Thats the most takeaways the Rams have had in a game this season. Hood is in his first season in St. Louis after stints with the Eagles, Cardinals and Titans. When he was in Philadelphia, his position coach was Rams Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo. Hoods interception was his 15th of his career.CB Rod Hood

SAFETY FIRSTThe Rams defense created something in Week 9 thats rarely seen in the NFL. On back-to-back offensive possessions by the Cardinals, the Rams recorded safeties. The first came when DE James Hall sacked John Skelton in the end zone, and the second came when Skelton was being chased by DE C.J. Ah You and threw the ball away. Skelton was called for intentional grounding on the play, which resulted in a safety because the quarterback was in the end zone when he committed the foul.

DE C.J. Ah You

The feat made St. Louis the first team to record two safeties in one game since Minnesota did so on Nov. 9, 2008. The two safeties gave the Rams four points in the third quarter. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, it was the first time in NFL history that a team has recorded exactly four points in a quarter.

PERSONNEL BREAKDOWNQUARTERBACKS8 Sam Bradford Passed for 203 yards and a touchdown in Week 11 vs. Arizona. Was inactive Weeks 8-9 (ankle). Passed for 321 yards in Week 6, his third 300-yard performance of his career. Threw for a career-high 331 yards in Week 2 at New York. Set rookie records for attempts and completions to earn AP Offensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2010. 4 A.J. Feeley Has appeared in four games this season. Completed 20-of-37 passes for 175 yards and a touchdown to lead St. Louis to victory over New Orleans in Week 8. Saw first action as a Ram in Week 1 when he relieved Bradford in the fourth quarter. Has an extensive history with Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo from his time in Philadelphia with the coach.QB Sam Bradford

RUNNING BACKS39 Steven Jackson Three-time Pro Bowler has rushed for 813 yards this season. Rushed for 128 yards in Week 11 and 130 yards at Arizona a week after gaining a season-high 159 yards and two touchdowns against the Saints. Gained 96 yards on the ground and caught four passes at Green Bay. Scored on a 15-yard touchdown catch in Week 4. Inactive Week 2 due to quad injury. Has rushed for at least 1,000 yards in six-consecutive seasons. 49 Brit Miller Saw action at fullback and on special teams in Weeks 1-12. Caught a 20-yard pass at Cleveland. Finished second among Rams in special teams tackles in 2010 despite spending just nine weeks on the active roster. 39 Jerious Norwood Has rushed 11 times for 40 yards this season and is averaging 26.0 yards per return on kickoffs. Speedy running back and returner signed with St. Louis in August after spending the first five seasons of his career with the Falcons. 35 Quinn Porter Has seven special teams tackles and averages 22.1 yards per kick return this season. Averaged 22.5 yards on four kickoff returns with a long of 32 in Rams debut at Giants. Signed by the Rams off of Clevelands practice squad prior to Week 2. 33 Carnell Cadillac Williams Veteran has rushed for 237 yards on 60 carries and caught 13 passes this season. Rushed for 91 yards on 19 carries (4.8 avg.) and caught five passes for 49 yards in Rams debut. Inactive last two weeks (calf).FB Brit Miller

RB Steven Jackson

WIDE RECEIVERS84 Danario Alexander Has 296 receiving yards on the season. Inactive last five weeks (hamstring). Caught two passes for 9 yards vs. Dallas. Posted a career-best 122 yards on three catches, including a touchdown reception, in Week 2 at New York. Inactive Week 1 vs. Philadelphia. 15 Dominique Curry Special teams standout is tied for Rams lead with 12 tackles in the kicking game. Made Rams roster in 2010 as an undrafted free agent. Suffered season-ending knee injury in Week 3 win over Washington last season. 11 Brandon Gibson Ranks second among Rams in receptions with 30 catches on the season. Caught two passes for 30 yards last week. Caught four passes for 52 yards in Week 2. Led Rams with 50 receiving yards in Week 1 on three catches. Had 53 receptions for 620 yards and scored two touchdowns in 2010.

WR Danario Alexander

83 Brandon Lloyd Caught five passes for 76 yards and a touchdown vs. Arizona and has a TD catch in three-straight games. Caught five passes for team-high 80 yards at Arizona. Led St. Louis with 6 rec. for 53 yards and a touchdown in win over Saints. Had 6 rec. for 74 yards in Rams debut at Dallas. Joined the Rams via trade prior to Week 7. Nine-year veteran led the NFL with 1,448 yards in 2010. 17 Nick Miller Returned a punt 88 yards for a touchdown in his Rams debut. Signed with St. Louis last week after spending two weeks with the team earlier this season. Spent parts of three years with Oakland Raiders. 18 Austin Pettis Has 19 catches for 178 yards on the season after recording three receptions for 45 yards last week. Registered four catches for 32 yards vs. Washington in Week 4. Inactive Weeks 1 & 2. Rams third-round pick played in 51 games at Boise State with 229 receptions for 2,838 yards and 39 touchdowns.

WR Brandon Lloyd

PERSONNEL BREAKDOWNTIGHT ENDS47 Billy Bajema Caught two passes for 12 yards at Browns. Has nine receptions for 71 yards this season. Caught two passes for 21 yards and helped St. Louis rush for 154 yards in 2011 opener. 88 Lance Kendricks Caught three passes for 37 yards in Week 12. Inactive Week 10 (foot). Caught four passes for 71 yards vs. Packers in Week 6. Had two receptions for 25 yards against the Ravens in Week 3. Recorded one reception for 26 yards in Week 2 at New York. Caught one pass for 18 yards in NFL debut against the Eagles. Rams second-round pick recorded 43 catches for 663 yards and five touchdowns last season at Wisconsin.TE Billy Bajema

81 Stephen Spach Has two catches for two yards on the season. Was inactive in Weeks 2-7. Saw action in Rams debut after signing with St. Louis prior to Week 1. Has appeared in 52 games with 23 starts in six NFL seasons with Cardinals, Patriots, Eagles and Rams.

OFFENSIVE LINE63 Jacob Bell Started at left guard in Weeks 1-12 after starting each of teams 16 games a year ago. Helped Steven Jackson rush for 100 yards in three straight games Weeks 8-10.TE Lance Kendricks

60 Jason Brown Has started 86 games with 95 appearances in seven NFL seasons. Started first eight games of 2011 at center and started at left guard last week vs. Arizona. 62 Harvey Dahl Started at right guard in Weeks 1-11 and slid over to right tackle last week. Started 43 games at right guard for the Atlanta Falcons over the past three seasons. Known for his aggressive, physical style of play. 73 Adam Goldberg Started at left tackle last week after serving as starting right tackle previous four weeks. Saw action at right tackle in Week 7 as he replaced injured Jason Smith. Also played at RT in Week 3. Relieved injured Jason Smith at right tackle in Week 1. Started at right guard in each of the Rams 16 games in 2010. 70 Kevin Hughes Made NFL debut in Week 11 when he relieved Mark LeVoir at left tackle vs. Seattle. Spent first 11 weeks of season on Rams practice squad after joining the team as an undrafted free agent in August. 79 Mark LeVoir Inactive last week. Started at left tackle vs. Seattle before suffering pectoral injury in first half. Relieved the injured Rodger Saffold in Cleveland and played left tackle most of the second half. Fifth-year pro signed with St. Louis prior to Week 8. Has spent time with Chicago, Baltimore and New England as well as a previous stint with the Rams. 72 Thomas Welch Signed by the Rams off of Buffalos practice squad last week. Appeared in three games with one start with New England. Has also spent time with Buffalo. 67 Bryan Mattison Claimed by the Rams last week off waivers from the Baltimore Ravens. Has appeared in 10 games in his career, including eight this season.G Harvey Dahl

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64 Tony Wragge Started at center in last three weeks. Made Rams debut when he spelled the injured Jacob Bell in Week 4. Nine-year pro signed with the Rams prior to Week 1. Played on special teams in Weeks 2-3 at New York. Was inactive vs. Philadelphia. Appeared in 69 games with 15 starts with San Francisco and Arizona prior to joining Rams.

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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWNDEFENSIVE LINE99 C.J. Ah You Recorded one tackle last week. Had one tackle and pressured John Skelton into an intentional grounding penalty that resulted in a safety at Arizona in Week 9. Inactive with wrist injury in Weeks 2-7. 95 Justin Bannan Inactive (shoulder) last week. Has 22 tackles (two for loss) on the season. Started each of first eight games this season. Started all 16 games for Denver last season, posting 35 tackles with a sack, a forced fumble and four passes defended. 71 Gary Gibson Had five tackles (two for loss) and forced an errant throw that was intercepted by James Laurinaitis last week. Had a sack in consecutive games at Dallas & Green Bay. Started each of the Rams 16 games in 2010 and had 30 tackles and two passes defensed on the year.DT Fred Robbins

96 James Hall Registered six tackles vs. Arizona. Had one sack and a forced fumble vs. Seattle. Blocked potential game-winning field goal in Cleveland. Registered three solo tackles, two QB hits and sacked John Skelton for a safety in Week 8. Notched his second sack of the season at Dallas. Logged first sack of season and had three tackles against Giants. 91 Chris Long Leads team with 10.0 sacks. Has one sack in five-consecutive games. Notched his first three-sack game of his career against New Orleans. Recorded a sack in third-consecutive game against the Ravens in Week 3. Had a sack and four tackles in Week 2 at Giants. Had one sack, one solo tackle and one quarterback hit vs. Philadelphia. 94 Robert Quinn Collected fifth sack of season last week. Named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after blocking a punt that led to a Rams TD in win over New Orleans. Also sacked Drew Brees in Week 8. Credited with four quarterback hits vs. Ravens. Notched first career sack in NFL debut vs. New York in Week 2. Selected 14th overall by the Rams in Aprils draft.

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98 Fred Robbins Had three tackles vs. Arizona. Recorded first sack of the season vs. New Orleans. Has 11 tackles (four for loss) on the year. 97 Darell Scott Recorded two stops last week. Inactive Weeks 8-9 and Week 11. Had two tackles in Week 4 vs. Washington. Recorded two tackles at NYG. Had one solo tackle against Philadelphia. 92 Eugene Sims Has 11 special teams tackles. Logged two tackles vs. Eagles. Recorded seven tackles this season while seeing action in nine games as a rookie last year.

LINEBACKERS57 Chris Chamberlain Had eight tackles against Arizona. Recorded first career INT vs. Seahawks. Recorded eight tackles at Cleveland. Had six tackles, including two for loss vs. Saints. Tied for team lead with seven tackles at Green Bay. Notched first career sack and forced a fumble in Week 3. One of St. Louis top special teams performers. 52 Justin Cole Signed prior to Week 11 and made Rams debut last week on special teams. Spent 11 games on Kansas Citys active roster as a rookie in 2010 and was on the Chiefs practice squad for final five games last year and all of this season. 56 Josh Hull Has seen action on special teams nine games. Inactive in Weeks 10 & 12 (hamstring). Rams seventh-round pick in 2010 out of Penn State. As a rookie, saw action on special teams in Week 1 before suffering season-ending knee injury in practice. 50 Bryan Kehl Played on special teams last two weeks. Inactive Weeks 8-9 (ankle). Started and recorded four tackles vs. New Orleans. Saw action on defense in 14 games last season. 55 James Laurinaitis Rams leading tackler on the season, recorded eight stops and had an INT vs. Arizona. Had 11 stops and a sack in win over the Saints. Recorded an interception vs. Redskins in Week 4. Logged team-high 11 tackles at New York. Had six tackles, two passes defensed and recovered a fumble vs. Philadelphia. 59 Ben Leber Inactive Weeks 11 & 12. Had two tackles on defense and recovered a fumble that set up the game-winning eld goal in Week 10. Recorded two tackles in Week 4. Recorded two tackles, two quarterback pressures and one QB hit in Rams debut. Tenth-year pro joined the Rams in August after ve seasons with the Vikings. 53 David Nixon Played on special teams last two weeks. Recorded two special teams tackles and forced a fumble that led to game-winning field goal at Cleveland. Returned to Rams in Week 10 after spending time with team during training camp. Has also played with Houston, Oakland and Miami. 51 Brady Poppinga Posted three tackles and recovered a fumble last week. Inactive Week 7 (calf). Won a starting job this summer after signing with the Rams as an unrestricted free agent. Started 39 games over a three-year period with the Packers from 2006 through 2008.

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PERSONNEL BREAKDOWNDEFENSIVE BACKS37 James Butler Registered one QB hit vs. Cowboys. Had one tackle vs. Giants. Saw action on defense and special teams in Week 1. Saw action in 13 games in 2010. Had 26 tackles, two interceptions, and two passes defensed. 43 Craig Dahl Tied for team lead with 12 special teams tackles. Recorded two tackles vs. Seattle. Had five tackles in Week 4. Registered four stops in Week 2 at Giants. Led Rams with eight tackles in Week 1. Totaled 93 tackles, one sack, two interceptions, and four passes defensed in 15 games last season. 38 Josh Gordy Had six stops vs. Cardinals. Had five tackles and a pass defensed in win over Cleveland. Recorded first interception of his career vs. New Orleans. Had a career-high seven tackles at Dallas. Recorded one tackle at Green Bay in his first action on defense as a Ram. Played on special teams in Weeks 3-4. Second year pro split time on Green Bays practice squad and active roster in 2010. 21 Justin King Posted eight tackles vs. Arizona. Started at Dallas and had three tackles before leaving the game with a groin injury. Collected three tackles and an interception against the Redskins. Had nine tackles vs. NYG. Had six tackles, including two for loss, and two QB hits as well as first career sack in Week 1. Saw action in eight games for the Rams in 2010. Logged 19 total tackles and two passes defensed. 27 Quintin Mikell Had five tackles last week. Led Rams with 12 tackles at Dallas. Had six tackles in Week 4. Registered seven tackles and first interception of the season against New York. Recorded three tackles, one sack and one forced fumble as he made his Rams debut against his former team in Week 1. Former Eagle earned his rst Pro Bowl bid in 2009 after racking up 90 tackles, 13 passes defended and a pair of interceptions. 30 Nate Ness Made Rams debut on special teams last week. Inactive Week 11 after being elevated to the active roster earlier in the week. Has spent time with Cleveland, Miami, Seattle, Washington and the New York Jets. 20 Darian Stewart Registered a sack and six tackles (two for loss) against Arizona. Recorded seven tackles vs. Browns. Had five solo tackles at Dallas to give him 31 on the season. Made eight tackles and two passes defensed vs. Redskins. Logged seven tackles against New York in Week 2. Had two tackles in Week 1. Finished the 2010 season with 11 total tackles, one sack, and one pass defensed in 13 appearances for the Rams.

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3 Josh Brown - Has made 15-of-19 field goals this season after hitting 2-of-3 attempts last week. Went 33-for-39 in field goal attempts last season and accumulated 125 points. 5 Donnie Jones Averaging 44.8 yards per punt on the season. Has now recorded secondmost punts in team history after passing Sean Landeta in Week 7. Finished 2010 ranked fourth in the NFC and eighth in the NFL with 45.5 gross average and third in NFL in net average (40.0). 44 Jake McQuaide Has executed clean snaps on all 105 career attempts. Won Rams long snapping job this summer as a rookie free agent out of Ohio State.

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ST. LOUIS RAMS 2011 DEFENSIVE STATS(Based on coaches evaluation) TACKLES Total Solo James Laurinaitis 88 64 Quintin Mikell 67 47 Darian Stewart 67 42 Justin King 55 46 Chris Chamberlain 51 31 Brady Poppinga 46 18 James Hall 37 25 Craig Dahl 34 24 Josh Gordy 32 23 Bradley Fletcher 24 19 Fred Robbins 23 14 Justin Bannan 22 12 Chris Long 21 11 Al Harris 20 13 Gary Gibson 16 9 Ben Leber 12 9 Robert Quinn 12 7 Darell Scott 12 8 C.J. Ah You 10 5 Bryan Kehl 8 4 Eugene Sims 8 3 Marquis Johnson 7 4 James Butler 3 2 Ron Bartell 2 2 Rod Hood 0 0 Total 677 442 *Tackle totals include tackles for loss * PD is passes defensed Total Solo Craig Dahl ........................12 10 Dominique Curry ..............12 7 Eugene Sims ....................11 6 Darian Stewart...................9 7 Brit Miller ...........................9 7 Quinn Porter ......................7 4 Bryan Kehl .........................5 5 Josh Hull............................5 2 David Nixon .......................5 4 Chris Chamberlain.............4 4 Donnie Jones ....................2 2 Josh Gordy ........................2 1 Greg Salas ........................2 1 Josh Brown........................2 0 Bradley Fletcher ................1 1 Justin Cole.........................1 1 James Butler .....................1 1 Austin Pettis ......................1 0 Ben Leber ..........................0 0 James Hall.........................0 0 Robert Quinn .....................0 0 Total .................................91 63 Ast. 2 5 5 2 2 3 0 3 1 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 28 FF 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Asst. 24 20 25 9 20 28 12 10 9 5 9 10 10 7 7 3 5 4 5 4 5 3 1 0 0 235 Sacks 2.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 0.0 4.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.0 0.0 10.0 0.0 2.0 0.0 5.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 29.0 Yards 16.0 9.0 8.0 15.0 2.0 0.0 36.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 64.0 0.0 11.0 0.0 35.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 194.0 QB QB Int. *PD Press. Hits FF 2 7 2 2 0 2 2 1 3 2 1 8 0 0 1 1 5 0 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 3 9 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 3 0 1 1 0 2 11 10 1 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 1 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 45 29 54 9 SACK LEADERS No. Chris Long .......................... 10.0 Robert Quinn ........................ 5.0 James Hall............................ 4.0 James Laurinaitis ................. 2.0 Darian Stewart...................... 2.0 Gary Gibson ......................... 2.0 Quintin Mikell ........................ 1.0 Justin King ............................ 1.0 Chris Chamberlain................ 1.0 Fred Robbins ........................ 1.0 Total ................................... 29.0 FR 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Yards 64.0 35.0 36.0 16.0 15.0 11.0 9.0 6.0 2.0 0.0 194.0

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RAMS COACHES & PRONUNCIATION GUIDE11/29/2011 Head Coach Defensive Coordinator Offensive Coordinator Special Teams Coordinator Assistant Strength Wide Receivers Running Backs Defensive Backs/Safties Defensive Line Linebackers Strength Quality Control/Defense Tight Ends Offensive Line Defensive Backs/Cornerbacks Coaching Assistant/Special Projects Quality Control/Offense Quality Control/Special Teams Assistant to Head Coach/ Football Operations Steve Spagnuolo Ken Flajole Josh McDaniels Tom McMahon Adam Bailey Nolan Cromwell Sylvester Croom Andre Curtis Brendan Daly Paul Ferraro Rock Gullickson Matt House Frank Leonard Steve Loney Clayton Lopez Lou Paolillo Andy Sugarman Derius Swinton Bruce Warwick

PRONUNCIATION GUIDECOACHES Ken FLAJOLE Lou PAOLILLO Steve SPAGNUOLO PLAYERS 99 C.J. AH YOU 84 DANARIO Alexander 47 Billy BAJEMA 50 Bryan KEHL 55 James LAURINAITIS 79 Mark LeVOIR 27 Quintin MIKELL 97 DARELL Scott 64 Tony WRAGGE FLAY-juhl pay-oh-LIL-oh spag-NO-low EYE - you duh-NAIR-ee-oh BADGE-uh-muh KEEL Lore-in-eye-tis luh-VORE like MICHAEL duh-RELL RAH-gee (hard g)

RAMS UNOFFICIAL DEPTH CHARTOFFENSEWR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB FB HB 11 Brandon Gibson 73 Adam Goldberg 63 Jacob Bell 64 Tony Wragge 60 Jason Brown 62 Harvey Dahl 47 Billy Bajema 83 Brandon Lloyd 8 Sam Bradford 49 Brit Miller 39 Steven Jackson 33 Cadillac Williams 34 Jerious Norwood 35 Quinn Porter 18 Austin Pettis 79 Mark LeVoir 67 Bryan Mattison 60 Jason Brown 67 Bryan Mattison 70 Kevin Hughes 88 Lance Kendricks 84 Danario Alexander 4 A.J. Feeley 72 Thomas Welch 81 Stephen Spach 17 Nick Miller

11/28/201115 Dominique Curry 72 Thomas Welch

DEFENSELDE LDT RDT RDE SLB MLB WLB LCB RCB SS FS 91 Chris Long 98 Fred Robbins 95 Justin Bannan 96 James Hall 51 Brady Poppinga 55 James Laurinaitis 57 Chris Chamberlain 21 Justin King 38 Josh Gordy 20 Darian Stewart 27 Quintin Mikell 99 C.J. Ah You 97 Darell Scott 71 Gary Gibson 92 Eugene Sims 50 Bryan Kehl 56 Josh Hull 59 Ben Leber 26 Rod Hood 30 Nate Ness 43 Craig Dahl 37 James Butler 52 Justin Cole 94 Robert Quinn 53 David Nixon

SPECIALISTSP K H LS PR KR 5 Donnie Jones 3 Josh Brown 5 Donnie Jones 44 Jake McQuaide 18 Austin Pettis 35 Quinn Porter 17 Nick Miller 34 Jerious Norwood

RAMS ALPHABETICAL ROSTERBirth # Player 99 Ah You, C.J. 84 Alexander, Danario 47 Bajema, Billy 95 Bannan, Justin 63 Bell, Jacob 8 Bradford, Sam 60 Brown, Jason 3 Brown, Josh 37 Butler, James 57 Chamberlain, Chris 52 Cole, Justin 15 Curry, Dominique 43 Dahl, Craig 62 Dahl, Harvey 4 Feeley, A.J. 11 Gibson, Brandon 71 Gibson, Gary 73 Goldberg, Adam 38 Gordy, Josh 96 Hall, James 26 Hood, Rod 70 Hughes, Kevin 56 Hull, Josh 39 Jackson, Steven 5 Jones, Donnie 50 Kehl, Bryan 88 Kendricks, Lance 21 King, Justin 55 Laurinaitis, James 59 Leber, Ben 79 LeVoir, Mark 83 Lloyd, Brandon 91 Long, Chris 67 Mattison, Bryan 44 McQuaide, Jake 27 Mikell, Quintin 49 Miller, Brit 17 Miller, Nick 30 Ness, Nate 53 Nixon, David 34 Norwood, Jerious 18 Pettis, Austin 51 Poppinga, Brady 35 Porter, Quinn 94 Quinn, Robert 98 Robbins, Fred 97 Scott, Darell 92 Sims, Eugene 81 Spach, Stephen 20 Stewart, Darian 72 Welch, Thomas 33 Williams, Cadillac 64 Wragge, Tony Injured/Reserve (13) 16 24 89 93 32 31 86 22 25 23 76 87 77 61 42 19 41 66 58 68 36 Amendola, Danny Bartell, Ron Clayton, Mark Cudjo, Jermelle Fletcher, Bradley Harris, Al Hoomanawanui, Michael Jackson, Brian Johnson, Marquis Murphy, Jerome Saffold, Rodger Salas, Greg Smith, Jason Barnes, Tim Burney, Kendric Gilreath, David Guidugli, Ben Henderson, John Lutrus, Scott McKee, Ryan Smith, Chris Pos DE WR TE DT G QB C K S LB LB WR S G QB WR DT G CB DE CB G/T LB RB P LB TE CB LB LB T WR DE G LS S FB WR CB LB RB WR LB RB DE DT DT DE TE S T RB C/G WR CB WR DT CB CB TE CB CB CB T WR T C CB WR TE DT LB T CB Ht 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-1 6-5 6-3 6-0 6-3 6-7 5-11 6-2 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-2 6-2 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-3 6-7 6-0 6-3 6-3 6-2 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-1 6-3 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-4 5-11 6-6 5-11 6-4 5-11 6-1 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 6-4 6-0 5-11 6-0 6-5 6-1 6-5 6-4 5-9 5-11 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-6 5-10 Wt 265 217 259 312 304 224 320 202 218 238 242 223 212 308 216 205 312 305 195 265 201 300 245 240 220 244 247 197 250 245 310 188 270 310 247 204 253 180 190 225 205 207 252 205 264 322 317 265 260 214 300 218 310 188 208 190 311 200 194 263 212 203 200 314 209 308 300 190 169 248 303 241 308 186 NFL H.S. Hometown Highland, Utah Marlin, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Sacramento, Calif. Cleveland, Ohio Oklahoma City, Okla. Henderson, N.C. Foyil, Okla. Bainbridge, Ga. Bethany, Okla. Chino Hills, Calif. Philadelphia, Pa. Mankato, Minn. Fallon, Nev. Caldwell, Id. Puyallup, Wash. Lafayette, N.Y. Edina, Minn. Warthan, Ga. New Orleans, La. Columbus, Ga. New Orleans, La. Millheim, Pa. Las Vegas, Nev. Baton Rouge, La. Salt Lake City, Utah Milwaukee, Wisc. Pittsburgh, Pa. Plymouth, Minn. Vermillion, S.D. Minneapolis, Minn. Kansas City, Mo. Charlottesville, Va. Mishawaka, Ia. Cincinnati, Ohio Eugene, Ore. Decatur, Ill. Mesa, Ari. Los Angeles, Calif. College Station, Texas Jackson, Miss. Anaheim, Calif. Evanston, Wy. Los Angeles, Calif. Ladson, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Columbia, S.C. Mt. Olive, Miss. Fresno, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Brentwood, Ten. Gadsden, Ala. Creighton, N.M. The Woodlands, Texas Detroit, Mich. Arlington, Texas Lawton, Okla. Youngstown, Ohio Pompano Beach, Fla Bloomington, Ill. DeSoto, Tex. Sarasota, Fla. Elizabeth, NJ Bedford, Ohio Chino, Calif. Dallas, Texas Longwood, Mo. Jacksonville, N.C. Minneapolis, Minn. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Oakland City, Calif. Brookfield, Conn. Daphne, Ala. Palmetto, Fla. How Acq FA-'07 FA'10 UFA(SF)-'09 UFA(DEN)-'11 UFA(TEN)-'08 D1-'10 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(SEA)-'08 UFA(NYG)-'09 D7A-'08 FA-'11 FA-'10 FA-'09 UFA(ATL)-'11 UFA(CAR)-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'09 T(MIN)-'06 FA-'11 T(DET)-'07 FA-'11 FA-'11 D7C-'10 D1-04 RFA(MIA)-'07 W(NYG)-'10 D2-'11 D4A-'08 D2-'09 UFA(MIN)-'11 FA-'11 T (DEN)-'11 D1-'08 W (BAL)-'11 FA-'11 UFA(PHI)-'11 FA-'10 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 UFA(ATL)-'11 D3-'11 UFA(GB)-'11 FA-'11 D1-'11 UFA(NYG)-'10 D4-'09 D6B-'10 FA-'11 FA-'10 FA-'11 UFA(TB)-'11 FA-'11 FA-'09 D2-05 T(BAL)-'10 FA-'10 D3-'09 UFA(MIA)-'11 D5A-'10 FA-'11 D7A-'10 D3-10 D2-'10 D4-'11 D1-'09 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 W-'09 (NYJ) FA-'11 Date Age Exp College 7/7/82 29 3 Oklahoma 8/7/88 22 2 Missouri 10/31/82 29 7 Oklahoma State 4/18/79 32 10 Colorado 3/2/81 30 8 Miami (Ohio) 11/8/87 24 2 Oklahoma 5/5/83 28 7 North Carolina 4/29/79 32 9 Nebraska 9/7/82 29 7 Georgia Tech 9/30/85 26 4 Tulsa 11/22/87 24 2 San Jose St. 8/16/87 24 2 Cal (PA) 6/17/85 26 5 North Dakota State 6/24/1981 30 5 Nevada-Reno 5/16/77 34 11 Oregon 8/13/87 24 3 Washington State 5/5/82 29 6 Rutgers 8/12/80 31 8 Wyoming 2/9/1987 24 1 Central Michigan 2/4/77 34 12 Michigan 10/3/81 30 9 Auburn 8/6/88 23 R SE Louisiana 5/21/87 24 2 Penn State 7/22/83 28 8 Oregon State 7/5/80 31 8 Louisiana State 6/16/84 27 4 Brigham Young 1/30/88 23 R Wisconsin 5/11/87 24 4 Penn State 12/3/86 25 3 Ohio State 12/7/78 33 10 Kansas State 7/29/82 29 5 Notre Dame 7/5/81 30 9 Illinois 3/28/85 26 4 Virginia 5/15/84 27 2 Iowa 12/7/87 23 R Ohio State 9/16/80 31 9 Boise State 9/15/86 25 2 Illinois 3/29/87 24 3 Southern Utah 9/5/86 25 2 Arizona 3/16/1985 26 3 Brigham Young 7/29/1983 28 6 Mississippi State 5/7/88 23 R Boise State 9/21/1979 32 7 Brigham Young 2/2/1986 25 1 Stillman 5/18/90 21 R North Carolina 3/26/77 34 12 Wake Forest 3/15/86 25 3 Clemson 25 2 West Texas A&M 3/18/86 7/18/82 29 6 Fresno State 8/4/88 23 2 South Carolina 6/19/87 24 1 Vanderbilt 4/21/1982 29 6 Auburn 8/14/1979 32 7 New Mexico State 11/2/85 2/22/82 7/2/82 9/28/86 6/25/86 12/7/74 7/4/88 5/4/87 5/18/88 1/13/87 6/6/88 8/25/88 4/30/86 5/14/1988 2/14/1988 12/11/1988 10/22/87 2/10/88 4/23/88 11/4/86 6/23/87 26 29 29 25 25 37 23 24 23 23 23 23 25 23 23 22 24 23 23 25 24 3 7 7 2 3 14 2 2 2 2 2 R 3 R R R R R R 1 R Texas Tech Howard Oklahoma Central Oklahoma Iowa Texas A&M (Kingsville) Illinois Oklahoma Alabama South Florida Indiana Hawaii Baylor Missouri North Carolina Wisconsin Cincinnati S. 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RAMS NUMERICAL ROSTER# Player Pos K QB P QB WR WR WR WR S CB CB S CB RB RB RB S CB RB S LS TE FB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB C G G C/G G G/T DT T G T TE WR WR TE DE DE DE DT DE DT DT DE WR CB CB CB CB CB CB T T WR TE WR DTWR CB TE CB LB C DT T

Ht 6-0 6-3 6-2 6-4 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-3 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-1 6-2 6-4 6-1 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-3 6-6 6-7 6-7 6-4 6-0 6-5 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-0 6-0 6-1 5-11 6-1 6-0 6-5 6-5 6-1 6-4 5-10 6-25-11 5-10 6-1 5-9 6-3 6-4 6-1 6-6

Wt 202 216 220 224 205 223 180 207 214 197 201 204 190 218 205 205 218 195 240 212 247 259 253 244 252 242 225 250 245 238 245 320 308 304 310 310 300 312 300 305 310 260 188 217 247 270 265 264 312 265 317 322 265 188 212 200 208 203 194 200 314 308 209 263 190 311169 186 248 190 241 300 303 308

Birth Date 4/29/79 5/15/77 7/5/80 11/8/87 8/13/87 8/16/87 3/29/87 5/7/88 8/4/88 5/11/87 10/3/81 9/16/80 9/5/1986 4/21/1982 7/29/1983 2/2/1986 9/7/82 2/9/1987 7/22/83 6/17/85 12/7/87 10/31/82 9/15/86 6/16/84 9/21/1979 11/22/87 3/16/1985 12/3/86 5/21/87 9/30/85 12/7/78 5/5/83 6/24/1981 3/2/81 8/14/1979 5/15/84 8/6/88 5/5/82 6/19/87 8/12/80 7/29/82 7/18/82 7/5/81 8/7/88 1/30/88 3/28/85 3/18/86 5/18/90 4/18/79 2/4/77 3/15/86 3/26/77 7/7/82 11/2/85 5/4/87 1/13/87 2/22/82 5/18/88 12/7/74 6/25/86 6/6/88 4/30/86 8/25/88 7/4/88 7/2/82 9/28/8612/11/1988 6/23/87 10/22/87 2/14/1988 4/23/88 5/14/1988 2/10/88 11/4/86

NFL Age Exp College 32 34 31 24 24 24 24 23 23 24 29 31 25 29 28 25 29 24 28 26 23 29 25 27 31 24 26 25 24 26 33 28 30 30 32 27 23 29 24 31 29 29 30 23 23 26 25 21 32 34 25 34 29 26 24 23 29 23 37 25 23 25 23 23 29 2522 24 24 23 23 23 23 25

H.S. Hometown Foyil, Okla. Caldwell, Id Baton Rouge, La. Oklahoma City, Okla. Puyallup, Wash. Philadelphia, Pa. Mesa, Ari. Anaheim, Calif. Huntsville, Ala. Pittsburgh, Pa. Columbus, Ga. Eugene, Ore. Los Angeles, Calif. Gadsden, Ala. Jackson, Miss. Los Angeles, Calif. Bainbridge, Ga. Warthan, Ga. Las Vegas, Nev. Mankato, Minn. Cincinnati, Ohio Oklahoma City, Okla. Decatur, Ill. Salt Lake City, Utah Evanston, Wy. Chino Hills, Calif. College Station, Tex. Plymouth, Minn. Millheim, Pa. Bethany, Okla. Vermillion, SD Henderson, N.C. Fallon, NV Cleveland, Ohio Creighton, NM Mishawaka, Ia. New Orleans, La. Lafayette, N.Y. Brentwood, Ten. Edina, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Fresno, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Marlin, Texas Milwaukee, Wisc. Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Olive, Miss. Ladson, S.C. Sacramento, Calif. New Orleans, La. Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Highland, Utah The Woodlands, Texas DeSoto, Tex. Elizabeth, NJ Detroit, Mich. Sarasota, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla Youngstown, Ohio Bedford, Ohio Dallas, Texas Chino, Calif. Bloomington, Ill. Arlington, Texas Lawton, Okla.Minneapolis, Minn. Palmetto, Fla. Ft. Thomas, Ky. Jacksonville, N.C. Brookfield, CT Longwood, Mo. Oakland City, Calif. Daphne, Ala.

How Acq UFA(SEA)-'08 UFA(CAR)-'10 RFA(MIA)-'07 D1-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'10 FA-'11 D3-'11 FA-'10 D4A-'08 FA-'11 UFA(PHI)-'11 FA-'11 UFA(TB)-'11 UFA(ATL)-'11 FA-'11 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'11 D1-04 FA-'09 FA-'11 UFA(SF)-'09 FA-'10 W(NYG)-'10 UFA(GB)-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 D2-'09 D7C-'10 D7A-'08 UFA(MIN)-'11 UFA(BAL)-'09 UFA(ATL)-'11 UFA(TEN)-'08 FA-'11 W (BAL)-'11 FA-'11 FA-'09 FA-'11 T(MIN)-'06 FA-'11 FA-'11 T(DEN)-'11 FA'10 D2-'11 D1-'08 D6B-'10 D1-'11 UFA(DEN-'11 T(DET)-'07 D4-'09 UFA(NYG)-'10 FA-'07 FA-'09 FA-'11 D3-10 D2-05 D7A-'10 UFA(MIA)-'11 D3-'09 D2-'10 D1-'09 D4-'11 D5A-'10 T(BAL)-'10 FA-'10FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 W-'09 (NYJ)

3 Josh Brown 4 A.J. Feeley 5 Donnie Jones 8 Sam Bradford 11 Brandon Gibson 15 Dominique Curry 17 Nick Miller 18 Austin Pettis 20 Darian Stewart 21 Justin King 26 Rod Hood 27 Quintin Mikell 30 Nate Ness 33 Cadillac Williams 34 Jerious Norwood 35 Quinn Porter 37 James Butler 38 Josh Gordy 39 Steven Jackson 43 Craig Dahl 44 Jake McQuaide 47 Billy Bajema 49 Brit Miller 50 Bryan Kehl 51 Brady Poppinga 52 Justin Cole 53 David Nixon 55 James Laurinaitis 56 Josh Hull 57 Chris Chamberlain 59 Ben Leber 60 Jason Brown 62 Harvey Dahl 63 Jacob Bell 64 Tony Wragge 67 Bryan Mattison 70 Kevin Hughes 71 Gary Gibson 72 Thomas Welch 73 Adam Goldberg 79 Mark LeVoir 81 Stephen Spach 83 Brandon Lloyd 84 Danario Alexander 88 Lance Kendricks 91 Chris Long 92 Eugene Sims 94 Robert Quinn 95 Justin Bannan 96 James Hall 97 Darell Scott 98 Fred Robbins 99 C.J. Ah You Injured/Reserve (13) 16 Danny Amendola 22 Brian Jackson 23 Jerome Murphy 24 Ron Bartell 25 Marquis Johnson 31 Al Harris 32 Bradley Fletcher 76 Rodger Saffold 77 Jason Smith 87 Greg Salas 86 Michael Hoomanawanui 89 Mark Clayton 93 Jermelle Cudjo Practice Squad (8) 19 David Gilreath 36 Chris Smith 41 Ben Guidugli 42 Kendric Burney 58 Scott Lutrus 61 Tim Barnes 66 John Henderson 68 Ryan McKee

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ST. LOUIS RAMS POSITIONAL ROSTER# 4 8 33 34 35 39 49 11 15 17 18 83 84 Player A.J. Feeley Sam Bradford Cadillac Williams Jerious Norwood Quinn Porter Steven Jackson Brit Miller Brandon Gibson Dominique Curry Nick Miller Austin Pettis Brandon Lloyd Danario Alexander Pos QB QB RB RB RB RB FB WR WR WR WR WR WR TE TE TE C T G C G G/T G T DT DE DE DE DT DE DT DT DE LB LB LB LB LB LB LB LB S CB DB CB DB CB CB S S K P LS Ht 6-3 6-4 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-0 6-2 5-9 6-3 6-0 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-3 6-3 6-5 6-5 6-4 6-3 6-4 6-7 6-7 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-4 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-2 6-3 6-3 6-3 6-2 6-3 6-1 6-3 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-11 5-10 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-1 6-0 6-3 6-2 Wt 220 228 Birth Date 5/16/77 11/8/87 11/29/2011 NFL Age Exp College 34 24 29 28 25 28 25 24 24 24 23 30 22 29 29 23 28 30 30 32 27 23 31 29 29 26 25 21 32 34 25 34 29 27 31 24 26 25 24 26 33 23 24 23 29 30 25 24 29 26 32 31 23 11 2 6 6 1 8 2 3 2 3 R 9 2 7 6 R 7 5 8 7 2 R 8 5 6 4 2 R 10 12 3 12 3 4 7 2 3 3 2 4 10 2 4 2 9 9 2 1 7 5 9 8 R Oregon Oklahoma Auburn Mississippi State Stillman Oregon State Illinois Washington State Cal (PA) Southern Utah Boise State Illinois Missouri Oklahoma State Fresno State Wisconsin North Carolina Nevada-Reno Miami (Ohio) New Mexico State Iowa SE Louisiana Wyoming Notre Dame Rutgers Virginia West Texas A&M North Carolina Colorado Michigan Clemson Wake Forest Oklahoma Bringham Young Brigham Young San Jose St. Brigham Young Ohio State Penn State Tulsa Kansas State South Carolina Penn State Alabama Auburn Boise State Arizona Central Michigan Georgia Tech North Dakota State Nebraska Louisiana State Ohio State H.S. Hometown Caldwell, ID Oklahoma City, Okla. Gadsden, Alabama Jackson, Miss. Los Angeles Las Vegas, Nev. Decatur, Ill. Puyallup, Wash. Philadelphia, Pa. Mesa, Ari. Anaheim, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Marlin, Texas Oklahoma City, Okla. Fresno, Calif. Milwaukee, Wisc. Henderson, N.C. Fallon, NV Cleveland, Ohio Creighton, NM Mishawaka, Ia. New Orleans, La. Edina, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn. Lafayette, N.Y. Charlottesville, Va. Mt. Olive, Miss. Ladson, S.C. Sacramento, Calif. New Orleans, La. Columbia, S.C. Pensacola, Fla. Highland, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Evanston, Wy. Chino Hills, Calif. College Station, Tex. Plymouth, Minn. Millheim, Pa. Bethany, Okla. Vermillion, SD Huntsville, Ala. Pittsburgh, Pa. Sarasota, Fla. Columbus, Ga. Eugene, OR Los Angeles, Calif. Warthan, Ga. Bainbridge, Ga. Mankato, Minn. Foyil, Okla. Baton Rouge, La. Cincinnati, Ohio How Acq UFA(CAR)-'10 D1-'10 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 D1-04 FA-'10 T(PHI)-'09 FA-'10 FA-'11 D3-'11 T(DEN)-'11 FA'10 UFA(SF)-'09 FA-'11 D2-'11 UFA(BAL)-'09 FA-'11 UFA(TEN)-'08 FA-'11 W (BAL)-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 D1-'08 D6B-'10 D1-'11 FA-'11 T(DET)-'07 D4-'09 UFA(NYG)-'10 FA-'07 FA'10 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 D2-'09 D7C-'10 D7A-'08 FA-'11 FA-'10 D4A-'08 D7A-'10 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 FA-'11 UFA(NYG)-'09 FA-'09 UFA(SEA)-'08 RFA(MIA)-'07 FA-'11QUARTERBACKS (2)

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47 Billy Bajema 81 Stephen Spach 88 Lance KendricksOFFENSIVE LINE (8)

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Jason Brown Harvey Dahl Jacob Bell Tony Wragge Bryan Mattison Kevin Hughes Adam Goldberg Mark LeVoir Gary Gibson Chris Long Eugene Sims Robert Quinn Justin Bannan James Hall Darell Scott Fred Robbins C.J. Ah You Bryan Kehl Brady Poppinga Justin Cole David Nixon James Laurinaitis Josh Hull Chris Chamberlain Ben Leber Darian Stewart Justin King Marquis Johnson Rod Hood Quintin Mikell Nate Ness Josh Gordy James Butler Craig Dahl

328 5/5/83 305 6/24/1981 300 3/2/81 310 8/14/1979 310 5/15/84 300 8/6/88 305 8/12/80 310 7/29/82 312 276 250 265 312 281 315 325 270 5/5/82 3/28/85 3/18/86 5/18/90 4/18/79 2/4/77 3/15/86 3/26/77 7/7/82

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237 6/16/84 252 9/21/1979 242 11/22/87 225 3/16/1985 247 12/3/86 239 5/21/87 230 9/30/85 245 12/7/78 215 188 203 201 204 190 195 209 209 205 225 219 8/4/88 5/11/87 5/18/88 10/3/81 9/16/80 9/5/1986 2/9/1987 9/7/82 6/17/85 4/29/79 7/5/80 12/7/87

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3 Josh Brown 5 Donnie Jones 44 Jacob McQuaide

2011 ST. LOUIS RAMS TRANSACTIONSDate April 28 April 29 April 30 Name DE Robert Quinn TE Lance Kendricks WR Austin Pettis WR Greg Salas S Jermale Hines S Mikail Baker LB Jabara Williams S Jonathan Nelson DE Damario Ambrose SS Travon Bellam G Bryant Browning WR Jalil Carter DE Kenneth Charles S John Dempsey CB Diont Dinkins G Tyler Donahue TE Ben Guidugli DT John Henderson G Kevin Hughes G Randall Hunt T Karri Kuuttila LS Jacob McQuaide TE Schuylar Oordt QB Taylor Potts CB Chris Smith FB Van Stumon DT Arthur Thomas DT Teryl White RB Eddie Wide CB Tim Atchison LB Pete Fleps C Beau Warren LB Larry Grant TE Lance Kendricks WR Austin Pettis WR Greg Salas S Jermale Hines S Mikail Baker LB Jabara Williams S Jonathan Nelson FS Quintin Mikell LB Chris Chamberlain T Renardo Foster G John Greco LB David Vobora DE C.J. Ah You WR Danny Amendola CB Marquis Johnson FB Brit Miller DE Robert Quinn DE Robert Quinn G Mark Setterstrom WR Andreww Hawkins DT Jimmy Saddler-McQueen C Beau Warren G Harvey Dahl LB Zac Diles CB Al Harris WR Mike Sims-Walker G Jacob Bell LS Clint Mower DT Justin Bannan S James Butler Move selected in the first round (18th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the second round (33th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the third round (78th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the fourth round (112th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the fifth round (158th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the seventh round (216th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the seventh round (228th) in 2011 NFL Draft selected in the seventh round (229th) in 2011 NFL Draft Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Signed as an undrafted rookie free agent Rescind exclusive rights Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed rookie contract Signed as a free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as a restricted free agent Re-signed as an exclusive rights free agent Re-signed as an exclusive rights free agent Placed on Active/PUP Placed on Active/PUP Placed on Active/PUP released Waived Waived Waived Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Signed as a free agent Re-Signed as a free agent waived Signed as a free agent Re-signed as a free agent Date Aug. 2 Aug. 3 Name DT Arthur Thomas DT Daniel Muir G Karri Kuuttila LB Maurice Simpkins DB Travon Bellamy RB Jerious Norwood LB Brady Poppinga NFL League Year Begins RB Chauncey Washington LB David Nixon DT Teryl White DT Gary Gibson G Roy Watts RB Carnell Williams G Bryant Downing G Tyler Donahue G Adam Goldberg G Quinn Ojinnaka WR Jalil Carter K Todd Carter TE Demarco Cosby CB Jeremy McGee CB Chris Smith WR Jared Jenkins WR Jared Jenkins LB David Vobora LB Ben Leber CB Tae Evans QB Taylor Potts WR Jared Jenkins RB Eddie Wide RB Chase Reynolds T Roy Watts T Cody Habben LS Chris Massey TE Schuylar Oordt WR Jared Jenkins WR Joe West LB Na'il Diggs DE Kenneth Charles S John Dempsey DB Mikail Baker DT Jermelle Cudjo DB Dionte Dinkins WR Mark Clayton CB Jerome Murphy DT Marlon Favorite DB Marquis Johnson DT Demario Ambrose CB Tae Evans LB Pete Fleps T Cody Habben G Randall Hunt CB Jeremy McGee FB Van Stumon WR Mark Clayton DB Tim Atichison WR Donnie Avery TE Demarco Cosby DT Marlon Favorite T Renardo Foster WR Mardy Gilyard DT John Henderson Move Waived signed as a free agent Waived Waived Waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived/injured signed as a free agent waived waived signed as a free agent signed as a free agent waived signed as a free agent placed on reserve/injured signed as a free agent waived signed as a free agent waived waived waived waived waived waived waived placed on reserve/injured placed on reserve/injured placed on reserve/injured signed placed on reserve/injured signed placed on reserve/PUP waived waived waived waived waived waived waived placed on reserve/PUP waived waived waived waived waived waived waived

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2011 ST. LOUIS RAMS TRANSACTIONSDate Sept. 3 Name QB Thaddeus Lewis WR Greg Mathews T Ryan McKee DB Jonathan Nelson TE Fendi Onobun RB Chase Reynolds DE George Selvie RB Keith Toston LB Zac Diles DT Daniel Muir G Quinn Ojinnaka CB Tim Atchison TE Demarco Cosby DT John Henderson T Kevin Hughes T Ryan McKee DB Jonathan Nelson RB Chase Reynolds TE Ben Guidugli C Hank Fraley TE Stephen Spach C Tony Wragge LB Scott Lutrus TE Demarco Cosby TE Ben Guidugli CB Tim Atchison CB Josh Gordy C Drew Miller RB Chase Reynolds CB Jonathan Nelson QB Tom Brandstater CB Tim Atchison RB Quinn Porter C Tim Barnes CB Ron Bartell CB Josh Gordy CB Tim Atchison RB Chase Reynolds CB Dionte Dinkins CB Tim Atchison S Jermale Hines TE Ben Guidugli CB Rod Hood TE Ben Guidugli CB Nate Ness RB Chase Reynolds WR Danny Amendola CB Bradley Fletcher CB Brian Jackson WR Nick Miller CB Mikail Baker WR Brandon Lloyd WR Mike Sims-Walker WR Kris Adams CB Nate Ness WR Nick Miller QB Tom Brandstater CB Nate Ness LB Jabara Williams T Mark LeVoir CB Marquis Johnson CB Brian Jackson WR Greg Salas WR Kris Adams WR David Gilreath Move waived waived waived waived waived waived waived waived waived waived waived signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad waived waived signed signed signed to the practice squad waived signed waived from practice squad signed to practice squad waived waived from practice squad waived from practice squad signed to the practice squad signed signed signed to the practice squad placed on reserve/Injured list signed from the practice squad placed on reserve/Injured list signed to the practice squad waived from reserve/injured waived from reserve/injured waived waived from practice squad signed signed to the practice squad signed to the practice squad waived from practice squad placed on reserve/Injured list placed on reserve/Injured list signed signed released from reserve/injured acquired via trade with Denver released signed to the practice squad waived from practice squad waived signed from the practice squad to the active roster signed to the practice squad waived signed activated from Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform placed on reserve/Injured list placed on reserve/Injured list waived from practice squad signed to practice squad Nov. 19 Nov. 22 Date Nov. 9 Name LB David Nixon WR Mark Clayton QB Tom Brandstater TE Michael Hoomanawanui CB Al Harris LB Justin Cole CB Nate Ness CB Chris Smith T Rodger Saffold G/T Kevin Hughes CB Marquis Johnson T Thomas Welch CB Kendric Burney WR Mark Clayton WR Nick Miller T Jason Smith G Bryan Mattison Move signed activated from Reserve-Physically Unable to Perform waived placed on reserve/injured placed on reserve/injured signed signed from the practice squad to the active roster signed to the practice squad placed on reserve/injured signed from the practice squad to the active roster placed on reserve/injured signed signed to the practice s