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    Sunday, Dec. 2

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    W eek 13S an F ranciSco 49 erS (8-2-1)

    atS t . L ouiS r amS (4-6-1)

    Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012, Edward Jones Dome, Noon CT

    Just three weeks ago, the Ramsand 49ers played to a 24-24 tie at

    Candlestick Park. On Sunday, theRams host their NFC West rivals in arematch at the Edward Jones Dome.Kickoff is scheduled for noon CDT.

    The Rams look to remain unbeaten inthe division as they enter this weekscontest with a 3-0-1 mark againstNFC West foes. The Rams are guar-anteed to finish above .500 in thedivision for the first time since 2004.

    Last week, St. Louis picked up their third division win of the

    season with a 31-17 victory in Arizona. Janoris Jenkins returnedtwo interceptions for touchdowns, Steven Jackson rushed for a season-high 139 yards and Sam Bradford tossed touchdownpasses to Lance Kendricks and Chris Givens in the victory.

    The Rams are celebrating their 75th anniversary this season,and Sundays game will feature several elements to honor theorganizations history. St. Louis will wear royal blue and yellow-gold throwback uniforms like the ones the team wore during the1999 season that culminated with a Super Bowl XXXIV victory.

    RB Steven Jackson

    Sun. 9/9 at Detroit L, 27-24

    Sun. 9/16 Washington W, 31-28Sun. 9/23 at Chicago L, 23-6

    Sun. 9/30 Seattle W, 19-13

    Thurs. 10/4 Arizona W, 17-3

    Sun. 10/14 at Miami L, 17-14

    Sun. 10/21 Green Bay L, 30-20

    Sun. 10/28 New England* L, 45-7

    Sun. 11/4 BYE

    Sun. 11/11 at San Francisco T, 24-24

    Sun. 11/18 N.Y. Jets L, 27-13

    Sun. 11/25 at Arizona W, 31-17

    Sun. 12/2 San Francisco Noon Fox

    Sun. 12/9 at Buffalo Noon Fox

    Sun. 12/16 Minnesota Noon Fox

    Sat. 12/23 at Tampa Bay Noon Fox

    Sun. 12/30 at Seattle 3:15 p.m. Fox

    *At Wembley Stadium in London, England

    2012 SCHEDULE

    THIS WEEKS MEDIA AVAILABILITY

    TELEVISIONFox

    KTVI 2, St. Louis

    Play-by-Play: Steve SavardColor Analyst: DMarco Farr Sideline Reporter: Tony Softli

    RAMS HOST 49ERS IN REMATCH

    BROADCAST INFORMATION

    RADIOWXOS

    101.1 ESPN Radio

    Play-by-Play: Kenny AlbertColor Analyst: Daryl JohnstonSideline Analyst: TonySiragusa

    Saturday , Dec. 1

    No Availability

    Friday, Nov. 30Practice: 11:30 - 1:15 p.m.Coach Fisher AvailableOpen Locker Room:1 15 2

    Thursday, Nov. 29Practice: 11:50 - 2 p.m.Coach Fisher, RB StevenJackson AvailableD M Gi i

    Wednesday, Nov. 28Practice: 11:50 - 2 p.m.Coach Fisher, QB SamBradford AvailableO L k R

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    WR Brandon Gibson Second among Rams with 34 rec.for 437 yards and four touchdowns on the season. Caughttwo TD passes in last home game.

    LT Rodger Saffold Returned to the lineup in Week10 after missing previous six games due to injury. HelpedRams rush for 173 yards as a team last week.

    LG Rob Turner Started at LG in Week 1 before mov-ing to center after injury to Scott Wells. Started at center inWeeks 2-11. Moved back to LG last week. Has appeared in52 games with 13 starts.

    C Scott Wells - Returned to the lineup last week after missing nine games due to foot injury. Pro Bowler signedwith St. Louis in March after eight seasons with Green Bay.

    RG Harvey Dahl Mauling road grater has 27 consecu-tive starts with Rams. Started all 16 games last season,

    including 10 at RG and six at RT after injuries forced him toslide over.

    RT Barry Richardson Started at right tackle each of first 11 games. First-year Ram started 34 games at righttackle in four seasons with Kansas City.

    TE Lance Kendricks Caught 37-yard TD pass lastweek to give him 26 rec. for 264 yards this season. Secondround pick in 2011 had 28 receptions for 352 yards as arookie.

    WR Danny Amendola Caught one pass for 38 yardslast week in limited action. Has two 100-yard games thisseason. Leads Rams with 51 receptions for 576 yards onthe season.

    QB Sam Bradford Top overall pick in 2010 draft passedfor 205 yards and two touchdowns last week. Has passedfor 2,447 yards and 14 touchdowns this season.

    RB Steven Jackson Rushed for season-high 139yards last week (5.8 per attempt). Three-time Pro Bowler isleading rusher among active NFL running backs and holdsNFLs longest active streak of consecutive 1,000-yard sea-

    sons (7).

    KEY CONTRIBUTORS

    RB Daryl Richardson Had seven carries for 32 yardsvs. Cardinals to give him 451 yards on the season. Rookieranks second in rushing touchdowns, fifth in rushing yardsand fourth in points scored in Abilene Christian history.

    WR Chris Givens Recorded first 100-yard game of hiscareer last week with five catches for 115 yards, includ-ing 37-yard TD reception. Fourth-round draft pick has fivereceptions of 50 yards or more this season.

    TE Matthew Mulligan Has caught seven passes for 74 yards on the season Blocked a punt and caught game

    LDE Chris Long Second among Rams with 7.0sacks for the season. Leads Rams with 37 QB pressuresand 18 QB hits. Led team with career-high 13.0 sacks in2011. Signed five-year contract extension in July.

    LDT Kendall Langford - Posted three tackles lastweek. Has 44 tackles and 19 QB pressures this season.Signed with Rams as a free agent in March after four sea-sons with Dolphins.

    RDT Michael Brockers Posted first multi-sack gamevs. San Francisco and had six tackles last week. MissedWeeks 1-3 due to ankle injury. First-round draft pick was aSecond-Team All-SEC selection at LSU.

    RDE Robert Quinn Leads Rams with 8.5 sacksthis season after notching 1.5 in Week 10. Second amongRams with 22 QB pressures and 13 QB hits.

    SLB Rocky McIntosh Recorded seven tackles lastweek, including one for loss, and had first sack as a Ram.Has 36 tackles and an interception on the season as wellas eight special teams tackles. Seventh-year pro joinedRams in June after six seasons with Washington.

    MLB James Laurinaitis Posted a season-high 16tackles last week to push Rams lead to 133 on the season.Has reached 100 tackles in each of first four NFL seasons.Signed five-year contract extension prior to Week 1.

    WLB Jo-Lonn Dunbar Recorded 12 tackles againstCardinals, including one for loss, to give him 98 on theseason. Has 3.0 sacks on the year and leads Rams with11 tackles for loss this season.

    LCB Cortland Finnegan Posted 13 tackles lastweek. Recorded one interception in each of first threegames as a Ram. Boasts 17 career INTs. Returned INT 31yards for a touchdown in Week 1. Former Pro Bowler has90 career starts.

    RCB Janoris Jenkins Last week became first player in team history to return two INTs for touchdowns in a reg-ular-season game. Leads Rams with 12 passes defensed.Has three INTs on the season. Selected 39th overall in

    Aprils draft.

    FS Craig Dahl Recorded four tackles and first INTof the season vs. Cardinals to give him 71 stops on theseason. Has started all 11 games.

    SS Quintin Mikell Posted three tackles last week.Second among Rams with 100 tackles last season. Alsohad a sack, four forced fumbles and two interceptions in2011.

    KEY CONTRIBUTORS

    DE William Hayes Recorded a sack and four tack-les last week. Has seven QB pressures and 3 QB hits onthe season. Played in 48 games with 12 starts for Titans

    over a four-year campaign.

    DT Jermelle Cudjo Has 25 tackles and 1.0

    DEFENSE

    2012 RAMS PROJECTED STARTERS

    OFFENSE

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    W eek 12: S an F ranciSco 49 erS at S t . L ouiS r amS

    Overall Regular Season Series: Series tied, 61-61-3 Rams Regular Season Home Record vs. 49ers: 30-31-1 Rams Regular Season Road Record vs. 49ers: 31-30-2 Current Streak: One tie, 11/11/12 Rams Longest Streak: 10 games (1971-75)

    49ers Longest Streak: 17 games (1990-98) Regular Season Point Total: Rams 2,704 - 49ers 2,786 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); 49ers16-0 (1976); 49ers 33-0 (1984); 49ers 34-0 (1996), 49ers 35-0(2009) Fewest Points, 49ers: 3, three games, Rams 33-3 (1958), Rams34-3 (1966), Rams 23-3 (1976). Fewest Points, both teams: 16, 49ers 16-0 (1976)

    Former 49ers: Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher coached San Franciscos defen-sive backs from 1992-93. Rams WR Coach Ray Sherman coached running backs andwide receivers in San Francisco during a three-season tenure(1991-93); Rams Quality Control/Offense Coach Andy Sugarmanwas an assistant with the 49ers from 1998-2002; Rams QBCoach Frank Cignetti held the same position with the 49ers in2007; Rams G Harvey Dahl began his career with the 49ers.

    Former Rams: 49ers LB Larry Grant played for the Rams from 2009-10; 49ersPro Personnel Scout Mike Williams spent three seasons in theRams personnel department.

    Missouri Ties: 49ers DE Justin Smith was born in Holts Summit, Mo.,attended Jefferson City High School and played collegiately atthe University of Mo.; 49ers TE Delanie Walker attended theUniversity of Central Missouri; 49ers OLB Aldon Smith is fromRaytown, Mo. and played at Missouri.

    Bay Area Ties: Rams WR Coach Ray Sherman was born in Berkeley and hadcoaching stints at Cal and San Jose State and played at FresnoState; Rams QB Coach Frank Cignetti held the same positionwith the 49ers in 2007; Rams Quality Control/Offense Coach

    Andy Sugarman attended the University of California-Berkeleyand was an offensive/special teams assistant at the school from1991-97; Rams DL Coach Mike Waufle held the same positionat Cal from 1992-97; Rams LB Justin Cole is from Chino Hills,Calif. and played at San Jose State. Coaching Connections: Rams DL Coach Mike Waufle and 49ers Head Coach JimHarbaugh coached together with the Oakland Raiders from

    2002-03. Rams OL Coach Paul Boudreau coached with 49ers OffensiveCoordinator Greg Roman with the Carolina Panthers. 49ers QB Coach Geep Chryst was on Arizonas staff whenRams Assistant Head Coach Dave McGinnis was the Cardinalshead coach.

    NFL Teammate Connections: Rams S Quintin Mikell was teammates with 49ers K David

    Akers in Philadelphia; Rams LB Mario Haggan was teammateswith 49ers S Donte Whitner in Buffalo; Rams LB Rocky McIntoshwas teammates with 49ers CB Carlos Rogers in Washington;Rams S Craig Dahl was teammates with 49ers RB BrandonJacobs with the Giants; Rams DT Kendall Langford played with49ers WR Ted Ginn with the Dolphins.

    College Teammate Connections: Rams LB James Laurinaitis played with 49ers T Alex Boone,S Donte Whitner and WR Ted Ginn, Jr. at Ohio State; RamsDE Chris Long and 49ers LB Ahmad Brooks were teammatesat Virginia; Rams C Tim Barnes and 49ers OLB Aldon Smithplayed together at Missouri; Rams LB Josh Hull and 49ers LBNaVorro Bowman played together at Penn State.

    SERIES HISTORY NOTABLE CONNECTIONS

    SERIES RESULTSRegular Season

    Series Tied, 61-61-3Year Result Location1950 Rams, 35-14 SF

    Rams, 28-21 LA1951 49ers, 44-17 SF

    Rams, 23-16 LA1952 Rams, 35-9 LA

    Rams, 34-21 SF1953 49ers, 31-30 SF

    49ers, 31-27 LA1954 Tie, 24-24 LA

    Rams, 42-34 SF1955 Rams, 23-14 SF

    Rams, 27-14 LA1956 49ers, 33-30 SF

    Rams, 30-6 LA1957 49ers, 23-20 SF

    Rams, 37-24 LA1958 Rams, 33-3 SF

    Rams, 56-7 LA1959 49ers, 34-0 SF

    49ers, 24-16 LA1960 49ers, 13-9 SF

    49ers, 23-7 LA1961 49ers, 35-0 SF

    Rams, 17-7 LA1962 Rams, 28-14 SF

    49ers, 24-17 LA1963 Rams, 28-21 LA

    Rams, 21-17 SF1964 Rams, 42-14 LA

    49ers, 28-7 SF

    1965 49ers, 45-21 LA49ers, 30-27 SF

    1966 Rams, 34-3 LA49ers, 21-13 SF

    1967 49ers, 27-24 LARams, 17-7 SF

    1968 Rams, 24-10 LATie, 20-20 SF

    1969 Rams, 27-21 SFRams, 41-30 LA

    1970 49ers, 20-6 LARams, 30-13 SF

    1971 Rams, 20-13 SFRams, 17-6 LA

    1972 Rams, 31-7 LARams, 26-16 SF

    1973 Rams, 40-20 SFRams, 31-13 LA

    1974 Rams, 37-14 LARams, 15-13 SF

    Year Result Location1981 49ers, 20-17 SF

    49ers, 33-31 LA1982 49ers, 30-24 LA

    Rams, 21-20 SF1983 Rams, 10-7 SF

    49ers, 45-35 LA1984 49ers, 33-0 LA

    49ers, 19-16 SF1985 49ers, 28-14 LA

    Rams, 27-20 SF1986 Rams, 16-13 LA

    49ers, 24-14 SF1987 49ers, 31-10 LA

    49ers, 48-0 SF1988 49ers, 24-21 LA

    Rams, 38-16 SF1989 Rams, 13-12 SF

    49ers, 30-27 LA1990 Rams, 28-17 SF

    49ers, 26-10 LA1991 49ers, 27-10 SF

    49ers, 33-10 LA1992 49ers, 27-24 SF

    49ers, 27-10 LA1993 49ers, 40-17 SF

    49ers, 35-10 LA1994 49ers, 34-19 LA

    49ers, 31-27 SF1995 49ers, 44-10 STL

    49ers, 41-13 SF1996 49ers, 34-0 SF

    49ers, 28-11 STL

    1997 49ers, 15-12 STL49ers, 30-10 SF

    1998 49ers, 28-10 STL49ers, 38-19 SF

    1999 Rams, 42-20 STLRams, 23-7 SF

    2000 Rams, 41-24 STLRams, 34-24 SF

    2001 Rams, 30-26 SFRams, 27-14 STL

    2002 49ers, 37-13 SFRams, 31-20 STL

    2003 Rams, 27-24 OT STL49ers, 30-10 SF

    2004 Rams, 24-14 SFRams, 16-6 STL

    2005 49ers, 28-25 SF49ers, 24-20 STL

    2006 49ers, 20-13 SFRams, 20-17 STL

    2012 StatisticsRams (rank) 49ers (rank)

    18.5 (28) Points Per Game 25.1 (12)330.7 (23) Total Offense 365.5 (11)

    117.8 (12) Rush Offense 163.4 (1)212.9 (21) Pass Offense 202.2 (27)29:24 Average T.O.P. 30:55

    TALE OF THE TAPE

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    THE HEAD COACHES

    J eff f isher

    NFL Coaching Year: 26th year Rams Head Coach: 1st year Regular Season: 146-126-1 (.537)Postseason: 5-6 (.455)

    Jeff Fisher is in his first season as head coach of the St. LouisRams, after spending 16 full seasons as head coach of theTennessee Titans, 11 as executive vice president.

    In his tenure with Tennessee, Fisher guided the Titans to sixplayoff appearances (1999, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2008),three division titles (2000, 2002, 2008), two AFC Championshipgames (1999, 2002) and one Super Bowl appearance (XXXIV).In the 2000s, Fisher totaled 97 victories, the most successfuldecade in franchise history. One of the Titans most memorableseasons under Fisher was the 1999 campaign, where he ledthe team to its first AFC Championship and an appearance inSuper Bowl XXXIV.

    Fisher originally joined the Oilers/Titans coaching staff in 1994,after spending two seasons as the defensive backs coach for the San Francisco 49ers. He was elevated to head coach inNovember 1994, replacing Jack Pardee, for the final six gamesof the season.

    Prior to San Francisco, Fisher reunited with his college coachJohn Robinson, serving as the Los Angeles Rams defensivecoordinator.

    Fisher began his coaching career as an assistant for BuddyRyan and the Philadelphia Eagles in 1986, coaching the defen-sive backs for three seasons before becoming the NFLs young-est defensive coordinator in 1988. In 1989, the Eagles defenseled the NFL in interceptions (30) and quarterback sacks (62).In 1990, Philadelphias defense paced the league in rushingdefense and ranked second in quarterback sacks.

    A former defensive back at the University of SouthernCalifornia, Fisher played for Robinson in a star-studdeddefensive backfield that included future NFL stars Ronnie Lott,Dennis Smith and Joey Browner. The versatile Fisher alsoserved as the Trojans backup kicker and earned Pac-10 All-

    Academic honors in 1980.

    Originally a seventh-round draft selection of the Chicago Bearsin 1981, Fisher appeared in 49 games as a defensive backand return specialist in five NFL seasons. He earned a Super Bowl ring following Chicagos 1985 Super Bowl season, despitespending the year on injured reserve with an ankle injury thatprematurely ended his playing career. During that season,Fisher began his post-playing career by assisting Ryan as anunofficial coach as the Bears ultimately defeated the NewEngland Patriots in Super Bowl XX.

    A native of Southern California, Fisher was a high school All-America wide receiver at Taft High School in Woodland Hills,

    Calif. Fisher is an avid fisherman and golfer and he also doesconsiderable work off the field. He also gives back to the NFL,serving on the NFL Competition Committee since 2000 and as

    J im h arbauGh

    NFL Coaching Year: 4th year 49ers Head Coach: 2nd year Regular Season: 21-5-1 (.808)Postseason: 1-1 (.500)

    Jim Harbaugh was named head coach of the San Francisco49ers on January 7, 2011. In his first season as head coach,Harbaugh led the 49ers to a 13-3 regular season record, its bestsince 1997, and a NFC West Division title, its first since 2002.The consensus NFL Coach of the Year also led his squad to itsfirst appearance in the NFC Championship game since 1998.Harbaughs 13-3 record made him just the fourth rookie headcoach in NFL history to take a team to 13 wins, and the firstcoach to do so after the team had a losing record the previousseason.

    A 15-year NFL veteran quarterback, Harbaugh spent seven yearsas a head coach (58-27) in the collegiate ranks prior to joiningthe 49ers. He enjoyed an impressive four-year stint as the headcoach at Stanford University, where he guided the Cardinal foot-ball program to the biggest turnaround in school history over afour-year span.

    As Stanfords head coach, Harbaugh led the Cardinal to a 29-21overall record, including a 20-6 record over his final two seasons.It was in stark contrast to the program he inherited in 2007, whichhad compiled a 16-40 record in the previous five seasons, includ-ing 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 overallrecord of 29-6 (.829), including back-to-back 11-1 seasons thatnetted a pair of Division I-AA Mid Major national titles in 2005and 2006. Prior to joining the University of San Diego, Harbaughspent two seasons (2002-03) as an offensive assistant with theOakland Raiders.

    Harbaugh laid the groundwork for his coaching career whilehe was still competing as a player in the NFL, serving as anNCAA-certified unpaid assistant coach at Western Kentucky,where he worked with his father and Hilltoppers head coach JackHarbaugh, from 1994-2001.

    A first round draft pick by the Chicago Bears in 1987, Harbaughplayed for five teams over 15 seasons, including the Bears (1987-93), Indianapolis Colts (1994-97), Baltimore Ravens (1998), SanDiego 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 legend-ary coach Bo Schembechler and helped lead the Wolverinesto two bowl appearances, garnering Big Ten Player of the Year

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    Hallmarks of a Fisher-led teaminclude a stout rushing defense,the ability to possess the ball witha strong running game and poisein the midst of adversity. In 11 of his 16 seasons in Tennessee, theTitans defense ranked in the top10 against the run and rankedfourth in rushing defense over that period (Baltimore, Pittsburgh,San Diego). In 2003, the Titans

    nished rst in the NFL in rushingdefense for only the second timein franchise history (1993).

    On the offensive side of the ball,Fishers teams nished in the top 10 in rushing yards per gameeight times during his Oilers/Titans tenure and from 1995-2010,only ve NFL teams averaged more rushing yards per game than

    Fishers clubs. Additionally, in 12 of Fishers 16 seasons, theTitans nished with an average time of possession of more than31 minutes per game for the season.

    Fisher believes in the philosophy that a strong running gamehelps control the clock and keeps your defense fresh. In 12 of hislast 14 seasons in Tennessee, the Titans nished in the top half of the NFL in rushing offense, including seven top 10 nishes.

    Additionally, in 12 of the last 15 seasons, the Titans nished withan average time of possession number of more than 31 minutesfor the season.

    The Rams are on the verge of carrying on those trends inFishers rst year in St. Louis. Theyre currently 12th in the NFLin rushing offense. The Rams are 14th against the run, which ismarked improvement over the teams 31st place nish in 2011.

    Throughout his career, Fisher has been lauded for his abilityto relate to players and get themost out of them. That keenskill set is due in large part toFishers personal experience.He enjoyed a ve-year playingcareer with the Chicago Bearsas a defensive back and puntreturner.

    Fisher is one of nine currentNFL head coaches who alsoplayed in the league. Of those

    nine, three were teammates atone time with the Bears: Fisher, Ron Rivera and Leslie Frazier.

    Current Head Coaches with NFL Playing Experience

    Name, Pos. Teams

    Jeff Fisher, DB/PR CHI

    Leslie Frazier, DB, CHI

    Jason Garrett, QB DAL, NYG

    Jim Harbaugh, QB CHI, IND, BAL, SD

    Gary Kubiak, QB DEN

    Mike Mularkey, TE MIN, PITMike Munchak, G HOU

    Ron Rivera LB CHI

    In January, Jeff Fisher became the26th full-time head coach in Ramshistory. Fisher returned to the NFLafter a one-year hiatus. He previouslyspent 16 seasons as the head coachof the Houston Oilers/TennesseeTitans.

    Fisher is among the winningest headcoaches of his era. Among activecoaches, Fisher is fourth in career wins.

    Earlier this season, Fisher passedHall of Famer Marv Levy for 18th on the NFLs all-time wins listfor the regular season. In Week 2, Fishers rst victory as Ramshead coach allowed him to tie Levy on the all-time list at 143.

    Most Regular Season Wins Among Active Head Coaches

    Wins

    1. Bill Belichick 183

    2. Mike Shanahan 162

    3. Tom Coughlin 149

    4. Jeff Fisher 146

    5. Andy Reid 128

    FISHER ERA BEGINS IN ST. LOUIS

    Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher spent five years asa safety and returner with the Chicago Bears.

    Head Coach Jeff Fisher & OffensiveCoordinator Brian Schottenheimer

    HES A WINNER

    Head Coach Jeff Fisher

    A PLAYERS COACH

    FISHERS DNA

    If I had a franchise, what coach would I hire? His name is Jeff Fisher. He is so good. Hes still young enough that he can relatewith the players on the team. Hes one of the brightest, if not thebrightest, coaches in the league. As a former player, he knowshow to work a locker room. Hes just sensational. His schemes

    on defense are very good and imaginative. Hes got everything.-ESPN.com Senior Writer John Clayton

    Jeff is one of the most competitive and intelligent players thatIve ever coached. He was not overly gifted as a player, but hemade up for it by being the fiercest competitor and one of themost intelligent people that Ive known playing this game andthats been the hallmark of his coaching career. He understandsthe entire game and is a leader more than anything else. He willbe in command of the entire team. The Rams will reflect Jeff Fisher and the kind of person he is. It will be a great era for theRams. - Former Rams Head Coach John Robinson

    Jeff has a history of developing fundamentally sound but physi-cally intimidating football teams. St. Louis is fortunate to havea leader for its franchise with such impeccable credentials

    QUOTES TO NOTE

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    RB Steven Jackson raced intoRams history midway throughthe 2010 season as he passedHall of Famer Eric Dickerson to

    become the franchises all-timeleading rusher, and he contin-ues to add to the top total inclub history.

    After a 139-yard perfor-mance last week against theCardinals, Jackson has rushedfor 724 yards and two touch-downs this season. In his lastthree games, Jackson has averaged 4.9 yards per carry(321 yards on 66 attempts).

    There are only four running backs in the NFL who holdthe franchise rushing record for the team that they cur-rently play for: Jackson, Carolinas DeAngelo Williams,San Franciscos Frank Gore and Minnesotas AdrianPeterson, who broke the Vikings record in Week 1.

    Jackson has rushed for 9,817 yards for his career, whichleaves him just 183 shy of 10,000. Should he reach themilestone, hell be the 27th player in NFL history to doso. However, Jackson would be just the 15th player torush for 10,000 yards for one team. Of the 14 playerswho have done so with one team, 10 are in the Hall of

    Fame.

    Rams Career Rushing Yards LeadersYards

    Steven Jackson (2004- ) 9,817Eric Dickerson (1983-87) 7,245Marshall Faulk (1999-2005) 6,959Lawrence McCutcheon (1972-79) 6,186Dick Bass (1960-69) 5,417

    In addition to holding the franchise mark for rushingyards, Jackson is on the cusp of breaking Faulks

    team record for career rushing touchdowns. Jacksoncurrently ranks third in Rams history in the category,but hes within striking distance of both Dickerson and

    RB Steven Jackson

    Steven Jackson is now just 276 yards away from anoth-er 1,000-yard season. He has rushed for 1,000 yards inseven consecutive seasons, which is the NFLs longestactive streak of consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. Healso extended his own team records for most consecu-tive 1,000-yard seasons (seven) as well as most overall1,000-yard seasons.

    With seven straight 1,000-yard seasons, Jackson is inelite company. Only six other running backs in NFL his-tory have rushed for 1,000 yards in seven or more con-secutive seasons. The group includes Emmitt Smith,Barry Sanders, Curtis Martin, Thurman Thomas, EricDickerson and LaDainian Tomlinson.

    Of that group, Smith, Sanders, Thomas, Martin andDickerson are members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Tomlinson retired this spring and isnt yet eligiblefor induction.

    RB Steven Jackson owns the NFLs longest active streak of 1,000-yard seasons. His current streak sits at seven-consecutive seasons with 1,000 yards or more.

    Steven Jackson has reachedthe 100-yard mark in two of hislast three games, including aseason-high 139 last week and101 in the last meeting with SanFrancisco.

    Last week was Jacksons 33rdcareer game of 100 or moreyards, and he currently rankssecond in Rams history in thecategory.

    Jackson needs five 100-yard RB Steven Jackson

    JACKSON STANDS ALONE ELITE COMPANY

    CENTURY MARK

    RAMS ALL-TIME LEADING RUSHERS

    Eric Dickerson7,245 yards

    Marshall Faulk6,959 yards

    Steven Jackson9,817 yards

    LawrenceMcCutcheon6,186 yards

    Dick Bass5,417 yards

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    Throughout his career, RB Steven Jackson has shownthe ability to catch passes out of the backfield and whilelined up at receiver. He has 16 receptions for 129 yardsthis season. With 385 career catches, Jackson is sixth inRams history in the category.

    Since becoming a full-time starter in 2006, Jackson hasregistered 323 receptions for 2,623 receiving yards (8.1-yard average). During that time, Jacksons 323 recep-

    tions rank second among all NFL running backs and his2,623 receiving yards rank third.

    Receptions Leaders Among Running Backs, 2006-PresentRec Yards Avg. Long TD

    Reggie Bush / NO-MIA 361 2,627 7.3 74 13Steven Jackson / STL 323 2,623 8.1 64t 6Ray Rice/ BAL 298 2,639 8.9 63 5Frank Gore / SF 293 2,423 8.3 48 10M. Jones-Drew/ JAC 292 2,559 8.8 75 11

    RB Steven Jackson dives for the end zone on touchdown reception. The catch was one of 385 inJacksons career.

    Rams RB Steven Jackson isquickly approaching 10,000 career rushing yards, and he continues toreach milestones along the way.

    With 9,817 career yards, Jacksonis the leading rusher among allactive NFL running backs. Heleads by a large margin, as Frank

    Gore, the second-leading rusher among active backs, is currently1,278 yards behind Jackson.

    In Week 6, Jackson moved into 29th place in NFLhistory as he passed Hall of Famer Earl Campbell onthe NFLs all-time rushing list. Campbell gained 9,407career yards.

    In Week 7, Jackson moved into 28th place as hepassed former Seahawks RB Shaun Alexander. Heneeds 106 yards to pass Clinton Portis for 27th place.

    Most Career Rushing Yards, Active Players Yards1. Steven Jackson 9,8172. Frank Gore 8,5393. Willis McGahee 8,0974. Adrian Peterson 7,9885. Maurice Jones-Drew 7,268

    Steven Jackson is already theRams leading rusher in fran-chise history, and three weeksago in San Francisco he madesignificant moves on two other prominent lists.

    With 127 yards scrimmage yardsagainst the 49ers, Jacksonmoved past Torry Holt and intosecond place on the teams all-time list. He also passed Holt onthe teams all-purpose yards list.

    Jackson now has 12,949 scrimmage yards for his career

    and has 13,018 all-purpose yards. Jacksons career totals include 9,817 rushing yards, 3,132 receiving and79 from kick returns.

    Jackson now trails only Isaac Bruce on both lists. Hetrails Bruce by 1,310 scrimmage yards and 1,296 all-purpose yards. Among active NFL players, Jacksoncurrently ranks third behind Randy Moss and TonyGonzalez in career scrimmage yards.

    Rams All-Time Leaders, Yards From Scrimmage Years Rushing Rec. Total

    1. Isaac Bruce 1994-07 150 14,109 14,2592. Steven Jackson 2004- 9,817 3,132 12,9493. Torry Holt 1999-08 57 12,660 12,717

    RB Steven Jackson has16 catches on the seasonand now has 385 recep-tions for his career, whichleaves him ranked sixth inreceptions in team history.

    Jackson caught 42 pass-es in 15 games last sea-son, second most amongRams. He entered theseason ranked ninth in team history in catches. Now, he

    needs 15 receptions to tie Tom Fears for fifth place onthe teams all-time list.

    Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk is the only running back inteam history with more receptions than Jackson.

    Rams All-Time Receptions LeadersYears Receptions

    1. Isaac Bruce 1994-2007 9422. Torry Holt 1999-2008 8693. Henry Ellard 1983-93 5934. Marshall Faulk 1999-2005 4705. Tom Fears 1948-56 4006. Steven Jackson 2004- 3857. Elroy Hirsch 1949-57 3438 Jack Snow 1965 75 340

    RB Steven Jackson hauls in a pass for one of his385 career receptions. He ranks sixth in Rams his-tory in the category.

    CATCHING ON

    MOVING UP THE CHARTS

    RB Steven Jackson

    AHEAD OF THE PACK

    RB Steven Jackson

    MAKING HISTORY

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    Statistically speaking, QB Sam Bradford is enjoyingthe best season of his young career. Bradford hasthrown for 2,447 yards and 14 touchdowns this sea-son. Hes on pace to set a new career high for passingyards and touchdowns, and his current number for passer rating (84.1) and completion percentage (60.2)are all superior to his previous single-season bests for his career.

    Last week, Bradford averaged 25.6 yards per comple-tion, including two 37-yard touchdown passes. His106.2 passer rating is the fifth highest single-gamemark of his career. In the Rams win over Washingtonin Week 2, he posted a career-high 117.6 passer rating. His 105.1 performance in Week 1 was, at thetime, his fourth-highest rating of his career and is nowhis six.

    Heres a look at Bradfords six best single-game per-formances in terms of passer rating:

    Opponent/Date Comp-Att. Yards TD-INT Pass Rtg.vs. WAS, 9-16-12 26-35 310 3-1 117.6at DEN, 11-28-10 22-37 308 3-0 113.3vs. CAR, 10-31-10 25-32 191 2-0 112.4vs. SF, 12-26-10 28-37 292 1-0 107.0at ARI, 11-15-12 8-17 205 2-1 106.2at DET, 9-9-12 17-25 198 1-0 105.1

    QB Sam Bradford is on pace to set new career highs in several categories this season.

    QB Sam Bradford has hada hot hand late in gamesthis season.

    That was the case in thefirst meeting with SanFrancisco. On a fourthquarter drive that saw St.Louis take a three pointlead with 1:09 left, Bradfordcompleted 7-of-8 passes,including a two-yard touch-down to Austin Pettis. Inthat game, Bradford had a133.3 passer rating in the

    fourth quarter. The go-ahead drive covered 91 yards,making it the Rams longest scoring drive of the season.

    QB Sam Bradford

    RATINGS ARE UP

    CLUTCH WHEN IT COUNTS

    When the Rams were forced topunt following their first posses-sion in Arizona Sunday, it brokea streak of three consecutivegames in which St. Louis hadscored on their first drive.

    The Rams have scored 37 pointson their opening offensive pos-session this season tied for sec-

    Rams WR Danny Amendolawas off to a huge start thisseason when a shoulder injuryin Week 5 sidelined him for three games.

    Amendola returned to the fieldthree weeks ago and is back tohis old self. Despite not prac-

    ticing last week due to a footinjury, Amendola played lastweek and delivered a 38-yardreception.

    He caught seven passesagainst the Jets after hauling in 11 passes for 102 yardsagainst the 49ers in his return. It was Amendolas sec-ond 100-yard game of the season. Of his 11 catches,eight went for first downs.

    Despite missing three games, Amendola is still the teamleader in receptions (51) and yards (576). At the timeof his injury, Amendola ranked second in the NFL inreceptions.

    Part of his big total came in Week 2 when he turned ina performance for the ages in the teams win over theWashington Redskins. Amendola caught 12 passes inthe first half to tie Reggie Waynes NFL record for mostreceptions in a half.

    The fourth-year Ram finished the day with 15 receptionsfor 160 yards and a touchdown, which allowed him toreach numerous milestones.

    His performance is tied for the second-best in team his-tory in terms of catches. Tom Fears caught 18 passes ina 1950 contest, and Flipper Anderson and Isaac Bruceeach had 15 in a game. Both his receptions and receiv-ing yards totals set new personal bests for Amendola.

    He also handled punt return duties vs. Washingtonand became the first player in NFL history to record 15catches and four punt returns in a game.

    Amendolas bounce-back performances the last twoweeks have been in step with his big return this season.He caught 85 passes for the Rams in 2010 and thensuffered a season-ending shoulder injury in Week 1last year.

    OUT OF THE BLOCKS

    DANDY AMENDOLA

    WR Danny Amendola

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    In the NFL, speed kills. RamsWR Chris Givens is provingwhat a valuable weapon hislegs can be.

    Entering Week 13, Givensboasts an NFL-best 21.2 aver-age yards per reception. Lastweek, he recorded his first

    100-yard game of his career,a performance that includedan acrobatic 37-yard touch-down catch. Givens totaled fivecatches for 115 yards in thewin over the Cardinals.

    Earlier this season, Givens became the only rookie inNFL history to catch a pass of 50 yards or more in fivestraight games. That stretch started in Week 4 againstSeattle. Hes one of just two players in the Super Bowlera to record a 50-yard catch in five straight games, join-

    ing Detroits Pat Studstill, who did so in 1966.Givens, who was selected by the Rams with the 96thpick in Aprils draft, ranks fourth among NFL rookies with467 receiving yards this season.

    WR Chris Givens

    TE Lance Kendricks has given theRams a boost this season.

    Last week, Kendricks hauled ina 37-yard touchdown pass from

    Sam Bradford, a reception that sawKendricks fight off a defender toreach the end zone.

    Kendricks now has 26 receptionson the season. He needs just threemore catches to surpass his rookie total of 28 lastseason.

    In Week 6, Kendricks tied a career high with four recep-tions. In St. Louis Week 5 victory over the Cardinals, hepunctuated St. Louis opening drive with a seven-yardscoring grab, his first touchdown of his NFL career.Kendricks catch capped a 69-yard drive that gave theRams a lead right out of the gate in a game in which St.Louis never trailed.

    In his second year out of Wisconsin, Kendricks hasplayed an important role in the Rams offense. He isthird on the team with 26 catches and fourth with for 264yards on the season.

    When asked recently about Kendricks performance thisseason, Coach Jeff Fisher pointed out that Kendricksnever leaves the field and that the former Wisconsin

    Badger doesnt receive enough recognition for the jobhe does in the run game. St. Louis rushed for 173 yardsas a team last week in Arizona.

    KENDRICKS CONTRIBUTES

    GIVENS GRABS

    TE Lance Kendricks

    Rams K Greg Zuerlein has enjoyed an impressiverookie season that has seen him set new marks for rookie NFL kickers..

    Zuerlein is now 19-for-23 on field goals this season. Hewas named NFC Special Teams Player of the Weekfollowing a perfect 4-for-4 performance in the RamsWeek 4 win over Seattle.

    Zuerlein made his first 15 field goal attempts of hiscareer. Among Zuerleins accomplishments this sea-son:

    - With five field goals of 50 yards or more, Zuerleinowns the NFL rookie record in the category. He brokethe rookie record in just five games.

    - Kicked the longest field goal by a rookie in league his-tory (60 yds.).

    - Broke the franchise record for longest field goal (60

    yds.) and owns three of the four longest field goals inRams history.

    - In Week 4 became the first kicker in league history tokick a 50-plus and 60 plus yard field goal in the samegame.

    - He set a new franchise record for most consecutivefield goals by a rookie (15).

    K Greg Zuerlein is off to an impressive start to his NFL career as hes 19-for-23 on field goals.

    Just like his special teamsmate Greg Zuerlein, P

    Johnny Hekker has had astrong rookie season.

    On the season, Hekker is10th in the NFL and fourthin the NFC with a 47.4gross average.

    Earlier this season against Arizona, Hekker averaged56.9 yards per punt toset a Rams single-game

    record. He also turned inan impressive net averageof 46.0 on seven punts, including a 68-yarder. He was

    P Johnny Hekker

    GREG THE LEG

    JOHNNY ON THE SPOT

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    If you want to find Rams MLB James Laurinaitis on thefootball field, one can often simply follow the ball becausethe now fourth-year pro seems to always be around it.

    Laurinaitis post 16 tackles last week to lead the Rams. Itwas his eighth time this season hes been in double digitsthrough 11 games. Laurinaitis leads the Rams with 133tackles this season and has now reached the 100 tacklemark in each of his four NFL seasons.

    Laurinaitis has proven to be a valuable defender againstboth the run and the pass. Last week, he recorded his firstinterception of the year, the sixth of his career. He has1.0 sacks this season and 9.0 for his career. He has four passes defensed this year.

    Laurinaitis, due in part to his ability to play the run andpass at a high level, rarely comes off the field. He playeda team-high 1,052 snaps in 2011. He was on the field for all of the Rams 77 defensive snaps in Week 12 againstthe Cardinals.

    A day before the 2012 opener, Laurinaitis signed a newfive-year contract with the Rams. After the deal wasfinished, Rams COO Kevin Demoff said of Laurinaitis, Ithink there is no player who embodies what we want onand off the field more than James Laurinaitis.

    Linebacker James Laurinaitis is once again the Rams leading tackler this season. Hes now reached his fourth-consecutive 100-tackle season.

    Leading up to the season,several of Robert Quinnsteammates said that theyexpected big things of their starting right end as

    he entered his second NFLseason.

    Quinn has delivered on thoseexpectations. Quinn leadsthe Rams with 8.5 sacks thisyear.

    Quinn is tied for 11th in theNFL and tied for 6th in the NFC in sacks. However,among 4-3 defensive ends, only Miamis CameronWake and Atlantas John Abraham have more sacksthan Quinn.

    Quinn also has 22 QB pressures and 13 QB hits thisseason Both numbers are second among Rams trailing

    Whether hes sacking the quar-terback or chasing him down,Rams DE Chris Long continuesto make an impact in St. Louispass defense.

    Two weeks ago, Long recordedhis second multi-sack game of the season to give him 7.0 sacksthis season, second amongRams. It was Longs sixth multi-sack game of his career.

    While it took three games for Long to tally his first sack this season, his pass-rushingpresence has certainly been felt throughout the year.He has 37 QB pressures and 18 QB hits on the season.

    Late in the second quarter of the teams Week 2win, Long hurried Redskins QB Robert Griffin III andforced an errant pass that was intercepted by CortlandFinnegan. The Rams turned the takeaway into threepoints. For Long, the play represents one example of hisability to change games without recording sacks.

    The former second-overall pick is looking to build onwhat was a huge season in 2011. Long finished the year with 13.0 sacks, which ranked seventh in the NFL.

    With his 13th sack, Long equaled his Hall of Famefathers career high for sacks in a season. Howie Longhad 13 sacks for the Raidersin 1983.

    In late July, the Rams rewarded Long with a new four-year contract that will keep him in place as a centerpiecefor the defense for years to come.

    LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar is one of six new starters on the Ramsdefense this season, and hisplay-making ability has been awelcomed addition to the unit.

    Dunbar ranks second amongRams with 98 tackles, trailingonly James Laurinaitis. Hesbeen a force against the run- as evidenced by his team-best 11 tackles for loss on theyear - and in the pass, as hisone interception, 3.0 sacks,three passes defensed and 11QB hits would attest.

    Dunbar joined the Rams as a free agent from the New

    DE Robert Quinn

    LONG ON TALENT MAN IN THE MIDDLE

    RUSHING ROBERT

    NO ORDINARY JO

    DE Chris Long

    LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar

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    Last week, CB JanorisJenkins did something thatno other player had accom-plished in the 75-year historyof the Rams.

    Jenkins intercepted two pass-es last week and returnedboth of them for touchdowns.

    He became just the fourthNFL rookie and first since1960 to accomplish the feat.

    Jenkins leads the Rams with12 pass breakups and now has three interceptions onthe season.

    The Rams rookie hails from a hotbed of NFL talent.When it comes to producing NFL players, few places inthe country can rival The Muck.

    Jenkins is the latest in a long line of NFL players whohail from the small South Florida city of Pahokee. TheRams selected Jenkins with the 39th pick in Aprils draft.

    Jenkins was an All-SEC performer at Florida, where hespent three seasons before finishing his career at North

    Alabama last season.

    Heres a look at some notable names who have madethe trek from the Pahokee/Belle Glade to the NFL. Thegroup includes Hall of Famer Rickey Jackson and sev-eral notable current NFL players.

    Player, Pos. NFL Team(s)Reidel Anthony, WR TBBill Bently, CB DETRoosevelt Blackmon, DB CIN, GB

    Anquan Boldin, WR ARI, BALKevin Bouie, RB ARI, SDJames Burroughs, CB INDTimothy Golden, LB PHI, NEEric Green, CB ARIBobby Harden, S MIASantonio Holmes, WR PIT, NYJReynaldo Hill, CB TEN

    Rickey Jackson, LB NO, SFRay McDonald, DE SFEric Moore, DE STL, NEKendrick Mosley, WR CLELouis Oliver, DB MIA, CIN

    Alphonso Smith, CB DEN, DETFred Taylor, RB JAC, NE

    Andre Waters, S PHI

    When free agencybegan in early March,the Rams quicklymoved to land their top target. That manwas CB CortlandFinnegan, and youdbe hard pressed to findan offseason acquisi-tion across the NFLwho has had as big animpact as Finnegan.

    Finnegan recorded aninterception in each of his first three gameswith St. Louis. In Week1, he returned an inter-ception 31 yards for a touchdown. In Week 2, his pick setup a late first half field goal.

    Finnegan played for Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher for five seasons in Tennessee, where the Samfordproduct developed a reputation as a feisty, aggressiveplaymaker.

    In addition to providing a boost with his play, Finnegansleadership has been key in the Rams locker room. Heswillingly accepted a mentor role in a secondary thatincludes rookies Janoris Jenkins, Trumaine Johnson,Rodney McLeod and Quinton Pointer.

    Finnegan has been a model of consistency throughouthis career. Hes started 53 consecutive games, thesecond-longest active streak among NFL cornerbacks.

    Long. Active Streaks, Consecutive Starts By a CB Games1. Brandon Carr, KC/DAL 752. Cortland Finnegan, TEN/STL 533. DeAngelo Hall, WAS 454. Charles Tillman, CHI 435. Dunta Robinson, ATL 36

    The Rams used the next-to-last pick in Aprils draft toselect Abilene Christian RBDaryl Richardson, and theearly returns on that invest-ment have been huge.

    Richardson has rushed for 451 yards on just 82 car-ries. His 5.5 yards per carryaverage is third best amongNFL running backs this sea-son, trailing only C.J. Spiller and Adrian Peterson, andRichardson is fourth overall inyards per run. Washington QB Robert Griffin, III is also

    ahead of Richardson.

    Paired with Steven Jackson, Richardsons explosive-

    CORT IS IN SESSION

    SEVENTH ROUND STEAL

    CB Cortland Finnegan

    NFL HOTBED

    CB Janoris Jenkins

    RB Daryl Richardson

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    Paced by 8.5 sacksfrom DE Robert Quinnand 7.0 from DE ChrisLong, the Rams havehad success getting tothe opposing quarter-back throughout theseason.

    The Rams sackedCardinals QB RyanLindley twice last weekto give St. Louis 31sacks as a team, fourth most in the NFL this season.

    While Quinn and Long lead the way, the Rams havepressured the quarterback from every level of their defense. In total, 13 different Rams have recorded atleast 1.0 sacks this season. Only two teams have morethan 13 players with a sack this season.

    Most Team Sacks, 2012 Sacks1. Denver Broncos 372. Cincinnati Bengals 353. Green Bay Packers 344. St. Louis Rams 315t. Arizona Cardinals 305t. Chicago Bears 305t. Houston Texans 305t. New York Giants 30

    SACK ATTACK

    DE Chris Long

    The Rams intercepted four passes last week in Arizonato give St. Louis 12 as a teamthis season, tied for ninthmost in the NFL. The perfor-mance marked the first timethat the Rams have picked off four passes in a game sincethey had a six-interception

    performance against Atlantaon Dec. 15, 1996.

    While St. Louis was pleasedto get back on the boardin the interception columnSunday, the Rams pass defense has performed wellthis season overall.

    On the season, the Rams have allowed 25 pass playsof 20 yards or more, the third lowest total in the NFL.Only Pittsburgh (20) and San Francisco (22) have been

    better.Led by Cortland Finnegan (3) and Janoris Jenkins (3),eight different players have recorded at least one inter-ception for the Rams this season.

    OPPONENTS GROUNDED

    CB Cortland Finnegan

    The Rams will have to beat their best against the runSunday as they host a SanFrancisco team that enters thegame ranked first in the NFLin rushing. The 49ers average163.4 yards per game on theground.

    St. Louis has made big stridesthis season against the run.After finishing 31st in rushing

    defense last season, the Ramsare 14th in the league this year.

    Part of the Rams improvement has been their abilityto create negative plays in the run game. According toStats Inc., the Rams have posted 36 negative run plays(not counting kneel downs) this season. That number istied for the fourth most in the NFL. LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar leads the way with 11 tackles for loss.

    STOPPING THE RUN

    DT Kendall Langford

    DT Michael Brockers is back tofull strength, and its certainlyshowing in his play.

    Last week, he tied a career-high with six tackles againstthe Cardinals. In San Franciscothree weeks ago, Brockersenjoyed his first multi-sackgame of his career as herecorded 1.5 sacks. He wasalso credited with five tackles, aQB pressure and a QB hit.

    Brockers now has 2.5 sacks on the season to go alongwith 31 tackles and nine QB pressures. His first career sack came in Week 7 against Green Bay.

    Brockers, the teams first round pick in Aprils draft,missed the first three games after suffering an ankleinjury in the preseason finale.

    BROCKERS ON BOARD

    DT Michael Brockers

    The Rams rushed for a sea-son-high 173 yards as a teamlast week, and it was no coin-cidence that the performancecame on the same day thatthe team had its starting

    offensive line at full force.

    C Scott Wells who had

    FRONT AND CENTER

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    ST. LOUIS RAMS 2012 DEFENSIVE STATS

    (based on coaches video tape evaluations)

    QB QBTACKLES Total Solo Asst. Sacks Yards Int. *PD Press. Hits *FF *FRJames Laurinaitis 133 98 35 1.0 6.0 1 5 4 5 0 0Jo-Lonn Dunbar 98 71 27 3.0 29.0 1 3 1 11 1 0Cortland Finnegan 83 74 9 1.0 7.0 3 8 0 1 0 0Quintin Mikell 74 50 24 1.0 6.0 0 2 1 2 2 0

    Craig Dahl 70 47 23 0.0 0.0 1 2 0 0 0 0Janoris Jenkins 54 47 7 0.0 0.0 3 12 0 0 0 0Kendall Langford 44 20 24 0.0 0.0 0 2 19 7 0 0Rocky McIntosh 36 22 14 1.0 1.0 1 2 1 1 0 0Michael Brockers 31 16 15 2.5 12.0 0 1 9 2 0 0Robert Quinn 29 17 12 8.5 50.0 0 1 22 13 1 0Chris Long 28 15 13 7.0 40.0 0 1 37 18 0 0William Hayes 26 15 11 2.0 12.0 0 0 7 3 0 1Jermelle Cudjo 25 11 14 1.0 6.0 0 0 3 3 0 0Bradley Fletcher 24 20 4 1.0 0.0 1 8 0 1 0 0Eugene Sims 18 7 11 1.0 12.0 0 1 2 4 0 0Trumaine Johnson 15 14 1 0.0 0.0 1 3 2 0 0 0Mario Haggan 10 6 4 1.0 14.0 0 0 0 0 0 0Kellen Heard 7 5 2 0.0 0.0 0 0 2 1 0 0Josh Hull 5 4 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 1 0 0 0Darian Stewart 3 3 0 0.0 0.0 0 1 2 0 0 0Justin Cole 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0Quinton Pointer 2 2 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0Matt Conrath 1 0 1 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0Total 817 565 252 31.0 195.0 12 52 113 72 4 1

    *Tackle totals include tackles for loss* PD is passes defensed

    SPECIAL TEAMS STATISTICS

    TotalRodney McLeod ...............13Rocky McIntosh ................ .8Craig Dahl .........................7

    Quintin Mikell .....................7Bradley Fletcher ................6Mario Haggan ....................4Quinton Pointer .................4Justin Cole ................ ......... 3Lance Kendricks ............... .2Trumaine Johnson ............. 2Jo-Lonn Dunbar ................. 2Greg Zuerlein ....................2Jake McQuaide .................2Darian Stewart ................ ...2Chris Givens ......................1Josh Hull ................ ............ 1Eugene Sims .....................1

    Matt Daniels ......................1Brit Miller ...........................1Johnny Hekker ..................1James Laurinaitis ..............1Mike McNeill ......................1Total .................................72

    SACK LEADERS No. YardsRobert Quinn ................................ .......8.5 50.0Chris Long .................................... .......7.0 40.0Jo-Lonn Dunbar ................................... 3.0 29.0

    Michael Brockers ................................. 2.5 12.0William Hayes ................................ ......2.0 13.0James Laurinaitis ................................ 1.0 6.0Cortland Finnegan ............................... 1.0 7.0Eugene Sims ................................ .......1.0 12.0Jermelle Cudjo .................................... 1.0 6.0Mario Haggan ............................... .......1.0 14.0Quintin Mikell ................................ .......1.0 6.0Rocky McIntosh ................................... 1.0 1.0Bradley Fletcher .................................. 1.0 0.0Total ................................ ..................31.0 195.0

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    Head Coach Jeff FisherAssistant Head Coach Dave McGinnisSpecial Teams Coordinator John FasselOffensive Coordinator Brian SchottenheimerAssistant Strength Adam BaileyTight Ends Rob BorasOffensive Line Paul T. BoudreauAssistant Special Teams Paul F. BoudreauAssistant Linebacker Joe BowdenSecondary Chuck Cecil

    Quarterbacks Frank CignettiAssistant Offensive Line Andy DickersonAssistant Secondary Brandon FisherStrength & Conditioning Rock GullicksonWide Receivers Ray ShermanAssistant Defensive Line Clyde SimmonsRunning Backs Ben SirmansQuality Control/Offense Andy SugarmanDefensive Line Mike WaufleLinebackers Blake WilliamsQuality Control/Defense Dennard Wilson

    PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

    PLAYERS

    16 Danny AMENDOLA am-men-DOLE-uh93 Jermelle CUDJO CUDD-joe51 Mario HAGGAN HAY-gan55 James LAURINAITIS Lore-in-eye-tis23 Rodney McLEOD mic-CLOUD27 Quintin MIKELL like MICHAEL

    4 Greg ZUERLEIN ZURR-line

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    WR 11 Brandon Gibson 12 Steve Smith 83 Brian Quick

    LT 76 Rodger Saffold 68 Joe Barksdale 72 W ayne Hunter

    LG 59 Rob Turner 66 Shelley Smith 65 Chris Williams

    C 63 Scott Wells 61 Tim Barnes

    RG 62 Harvey Dahl 65 Chris Williams

    RT 79 Barry Richardson 72 Wayne Hunter

    TE 88 Lance Kendricks 82 Matthew Mulligan 89 Mike McNeill 46 Cory Harkey

    WR 16 Danny Amendola 18 Austin Pettis 13 Chris Givens

    QB 8 Sam Bradford 10 Kellen Clemens 9 Austin Davis

    HB 39 Steven Jackson 26 Daryl Richardson 24 Isaiah Pead 42 Terrance Ganaway

    LDE 91 Chris Long 95 W illiam Hayes

    LDT 98 Kendall Langford 71 Matt Conrath

    RDT 90 Michael Brockers 93 Jermelle Cudjo

    RDE 94 Robert Quinn 92 Eugene Sims

    SL B 50 Rocky McIntosh 51 Mario Haggan

    ML B 55 James Laurinaitis 56 Josh Hull

    WL B 58 Jo-Lonn Dunbar 52 Justin ColeLCB 31 Cortland Finnegan 22 Trumaine Johnson

    RCB 21 Janoris Jenkins 32 Bradley Fletcher

    FS 43 Craig Dahl 20 Darian Stewart 33 Quinton Pointer

    SS 27 Quintin Mikell 23 Rodney McLeod

    P 6 Johnny Hekker

    K 4 Greg Zuerlein

    H 6 Johnny Hekker

    LS 44 Jake McQuaide

    PR 16 Danny Amendola 21 Janoris Jenkins 18 Austin Pettis

    K R 24 Isaiah Pead 13 Chris Givens 21 Janoris Jenkins

    RAMS UN OFFICIAL DEPTH CHA RT

    OFFENSE

    DEFENSE

    SPECIALISTS

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    # Player Pos Ht Wt DOB Age E x p Col l ege H .S. Hom et ow n How Ac q16 Amendola, Danny WR 5-11 188 11/2/1985 27 3 Texas Tech The Woodlands, Tex. FA-'0968 Barksdale, Joe T 6-5 329 1/1/1988 24 2 LSU Detroit, Mich. W(OAK)-'1261 Barnes, Tim C 6-4 300 5/14/1988 24 1 Missouri Longwood, Mo. FA-'118 Bradford, Sam QB 6-4 224 11/8/1987 25 3 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. D1-'10

    90 Brockers, Michael DT 6-5 322 12/21/1990 21 R LSU Houston, Tex. D1-'1210 Clemens, Kellen QB 6-2 220 6/7/1983 29 7 Oregon Burns, Ore. FA-'1252 Cole, Justin LB 6-3 242 11/22/1987 25 3 San Jose St. Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1171 Conrath, Matt DT 6-7 290 8/11/1989 23 R Virginia Oak Lawn, Ill. FA-'1293 Cudjo, Jermelle DT 6-2 311 9/28/1986 26 3 Central Oklahoma Lawton, Okla. FA-'0943 Dahl, Craig S 6-1 212 6/17/1985 27 5 North Dakota State Mankato, Minn. FA-'0962 Dahl, Harvey G 6-5 308 6/24/1981 31 6 Nevada-Reno Fallon, Nev. UFA(ATL)-'119 Davis, Austin QB 6-2 221 6/2/1989 23 R Southern Mississippi Meridian, Miss. FA-'12

    58 Dunbar, Jo-Lonn LB 6-0 226 3/13/1985 27 5 Boston College Syracuse, N.Y. UFA (NO)-'1231 Finnegan, Cortland CB 5-10 188 2/2/1984 28 7 Samford Milton, Fla. UFA (TEN)-'1232 Fletcher, Bradley CB 6-0 200 6/25/1986 26 4 Iowa Youngstown, Ohio D3-'0942 Ganaway, Terrance RB 6-1 240 10/7/1988 24 R Baylor DeKalb, Tex. W(NYJ)-'1211 Gibson, Brandon WR 6-0 205 8/13/1987 25 4 Washington State Puyallup, Wash. T(PHI)-'0913 Givens, Chris WR 6-0 198 12/6/1989 22 R Wake Forest Wylie, Tex. D4-'1251 Haggan, Mario LB 6-3 274 3/30/1980 32 10 Mississippi State Clarksdale, Miss. UFA(DEN)-'1246 Harkey, Cory TE 6-4 260 6/17/1990 22 R UCLA Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1295 Hayes, William DE 6-3 272 5/2/1985 27 5 Winston-Salem State High Point, N.C. UFA (TEN)-'126 Hekker, Johnny P 6-5 227 2/8/1990 22 R Oregon State Bothell, Wash. FA-'12

    56 Hull, Josh LB 6-3 245 5/21/1987 25 3 Penn State Millheim, Pa. D7C-'1072 Hunter, Wayne T 6-5 318 7/2/1981 31 9 Hawaii Honolulu, Hi. T(NYJ)-'1239 Jackson, Steven RB 6-2 240 7/22/1983 29 9 Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. D1-0421 Jenkins, Janoris CB 5-10 193 10/29/1988 24 R North Alabama Pahokee, Fla. D2B-'1222 Johnson, Trumaine CB 6-2 204 1/1/1990 22 R Montana Stockton, Calif. D3-'1288 Kendricks, Lance TE 6-3 247 1/30/1988 24 2 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisc. D2-'1198 Langford, Kendall DT 6-6 295 1/27/1986 26 5 Hampton Petersburg, Va. UFA (MIA)-'1255 Laurinaitis, James LB 6-2 250 12/3/1986 26 4 Ohio State Plymouth, Minn. D2-'0991 Long, Chris DE 6-3 270 3/28/1985 27 5 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. D1-'0850 McIntosh, Rocky LB 6-2 242 11/15/1982 30 7 Miami (Fla.) Gaffney, S.C. UFA (WAS)-'1223 McLeod, Rodney S 5-10 183 6/23/1990 22 R Virginia Oxon Hill, Md. FA-'1289 McNeill, Mike TE 6-4 235 3/7/1988 24 2 Nebraska St. Louis, Mo. FA-'1144 McQuaide, Jake LS 6-2 247 12/7/1987 24 2 Ohio State Cincinnati, Ohio FA-'1127 Mikell, Quintin S 5-10 204 9/16/1980 32 10 Boise State Eugene, Ore. UFA(PHI)-'1182 Mulligan, Matthew TE 6-4 265 1/18/1985 27 4 Maine Bangor, Me. UFA(NYJ)-'1224 Pead, Isaiah RB 5-10 197 12/14/1989 22 R Cincinnati Columbus, Ohio D2C-'1218 Pettis, Austin WR 6-3 207 5/6/1988 24 2 Boise State Orange, Calif. D3-'1133 Pointer, Quinton S 5-9 186 4/16/1988 24 R UNLV Ft. Myers, Fla. FA-'1283 Quick, Brian WR 6-3 220 6/5/1989 23 R Appalachian St. Columbia, S.C. D2A-'1294 Quinn, Robert DE 6-4 264 5/18/1990 22 2 North Carolina Ladson, S.C. D1-'1179 Richardson, Barry T 6-6 319 5/15/1986 26 5 Clemson Mt. Pleasant, S.C. UFA(KC)-'1226 Richardson, Daryl RB 5-10 196 4/12/1990 22 R Abilene Christian Jacksonville, Fla. D7B-'1276 Saffold, Rodger T 6-5 314 6/6/1988 24 3 Indiana Bedford, Ohio D2-'1092 Sims, Eugene DE 6-6 265 3/18/1986 26 3 West Texas A&M Mt. Olive, Miss. D6B-'1066 Smith, Shelley G 6-4 297 5/21/1987 25 3 Colorado State Avondale, Ari. W(HOU)-'1212 Smith, Steve WR 5-11 195 5/6/1985 27 6 USC Woodland Hills, Calif. UFA (PHI)-'1220 Stewart, Darian S 5-11 214 8/4/1988 24 3 South Carolina Huntsville, Ala. FA-'1059 Turner, Rob C 6-4 308 8/20/1984 28 4 New Mexico Austin, Tex. UFA (NYJ)-'1263 Wells, Scott C 6-2 300 1/7/1981 31 9 Tennessee Brentwood, Tenn. UFA (GB)-'1265 Williams, Chris G/T 6-6 320 8/26/1985 27 5 Vanderbilt Baton Rouge, La. FA-'124 Zuerlein, Greg K 6-0 187 12/27/1987 24 R Missouri Western Lincoln, Nebr. D6-'12

    37 Daniels, Matt S 6-0 211 9/27/1989 23 R Duke Fayetteville, Ga. FA-'1299 Laws, Trevor DT 6-1 304 6/14/1985 27 5 Notre Dame Dayton, Ohio UFA (PHI)-'1273 Watkins, Rokevious G 6-3 338 2/24/1989 23 R South Carolina Fairburn, Ga. D5-'12

    77 Brodine, Mason DE 6-7 270 2/18/1988 24 1 Nebraska-Kearney Elm Creek, Neb. FA-'1254 Brown, Sammy LB 6-2 242 4/17/1990 22 R Houston Wiggins, Miss. FA-'1215 Hakim, Saalim WR 5-11 188 2/1/1990 22 R Palomar J.C. Las Vegas, Nev. FA-'1214 Johnson, Nick WR 5-11 187 8/16/1989 23 R Henderson State Santa Cruz, Calif. FA-'1260 Nsekhe, Ty T 6-8 325 10/27/1985 27 R Texas State Arlington, Tex. W(IND)-'1234 Reynolds, Chase RB 6-0 200 10/22/1987 25 1 Montana Drummond, Mont. FA-'1170 Washington, Brandon G 6-2 320 8/13/1988 24 R Miami (Fla.) Miami, Fla. FA-'1254 Williams, Jabara LB 6-2 238 7/6/1989 23 2 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Tex. FA-'12

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    # Player Pos Ht Wt Date Age Ex p Col lege H .S. Hom et ow n How Ac q4 Greg Zuerlein K 6-0 187 12/27/1987 24 R Missouri Western Lincoln, Nebr. D6-'126 Johnny Hekker P 6-5 227 2/8/1990 22 R Oregon State Bothell, Wash. FA-'128 Sam Bradford QB 6-4 224 11/8/1987 25 3 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. D1-'109 Austin Davis QB 6-2 221 6/2/1989 23 R Southern Mississippi Meridian, Miss. FA-'12

    10 Kellen Clemens QB 6-2 220 6/7/1983 29 7 Oregon Burns, Ore. FA-'1211 Brandon Gibson WR 6-0 205 8/13/1987 25 4 Washington State Puyallup, Wash. T(PHI)-'0912 Steve Smith WR 5-11 195 5/6/85 27 6 USC Woodland Hills, Calif. UFA (PHI)-'1213 Chris Givens WR 6-0 198 12/6/1989 22 R Wake Forest Wylie, Tex. D4-'1216 Danny Amendola WR 5-11 188 11/2/1985 27 3 Texas Tech The Woodlands, Tex. FA-'0918 Austin Pettis WR 6-3 207 5/6/1988 24 2 Boise State Orange, Calif. D3-'1120 Darian Stewart S 5-11 214 8/4/1988 24 3 South Carolina Huntsville, Ala. FA-'1021 Janoris Jenkins CB 5-10 193 10/29/1988 24 R North Alabama Pahokee, Fla. D2B-'1222 Trumaine Johnson CB 6-2 204 1/1/1990 22 R Montana Stockton, Calif. D3-'1223 Rodney McLeod S 5-10 183 6/23/1990 22 R Virginia Oxon Hill, Md. FA-'1224 Isaiah Pead RB 5-10 197 12/14/1989 22 R Cincinnati Columbus, Ohio D2C-'1226 Daryl Richardson RB 5-10 196 4/12/1990 22 R Abilene Christian Jacksonville, Fla. D7B-'1227 Quintin Mikell S 5-10 204 9/16/1980 32 10 Boise State Eugene, Ore. UFA(PHI)-'1131 Cortland Finnegan CB 5-10 188 2/2/1984 28 7 Samford Milton, Fla. UFA(TEN)-'1232 Bradley Fletcher CB 6-0 200 6/25/1986 26 4 Iowa Youngstown, Ohio D3-'0933 Quinton Pointer S 5-9 186 4/16/1988 24 R UNLV Ft. Myers, Fla. FA-'1239 Steven Jackson RB 6-2 240 7/22/1983 29 9 Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. D1-0442 Terrance Ganaway RB 6-1 240 10/7/1988 23 R Baylor DeKalb, Tex. W(NYJ)-'1243 Craig Dahl S 6-1 212 6/17/1985 27 5 North Dakota State Mankato, Minn. FA-'0944 Jake McQuaide LS 6-2 247 12/7/1987 24 2 Ohio State Cincinnati, Ohio FA-'1146 Cory Harkey TE 6-4 260 6/17/1990 22 R UCLA Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1250 Rocky McIntosh LB 6-2 242 11/15/1982 29 7 Miami (Fla.) Gaffney, S.C. UFA (WAS)'-1251 Mario Haggan LB 6-3 274 3/30/1980 32 10 Mississippi State Clarksdale, Miss. UFA(DEN)-'1252 Justin Cole LB 6-3 242 11/22/1987 25 2 San Jose St. Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1155 James Laurinaitis LB 6-2 250 12/3/1986 26 4 Ohio State Plymouth, Minn. D2-'0956 Josh Hull LB 6-3 245 5/21/1987 25 3 Penn State Millheim, Pa. D7C-'1058 Jo-Lonn Dunbar LB 6-0 226 3/13/1985 27 5 Boston College Syracuse, N.Y. UFA (NO)-'1259 Rob Turner C 6-4 308 8/20/1984 28 4 New Mexico Austin, Tex. UFA NYJ -'1261 Tim Barnes C 6-4 300 5/14/1988 24 1 Missouri Longwood, Mo. FA-'1162 Harvey Dahl G 6-5 308 6/24/1981 31 6 Nevada-Reno Fallon, Nev. UFA(ATL)-'1163 Scott Wells C 6-2 300 1/7/1981 31 9 Tennessee Brentwood, Tenn. UFA (GB)-'1265 Chris Williams G/T 6-6 320 8/26/1985 27 5 Vanderbilt Baton Rouge, La. FA-'1266 Shelley Smith G 6-4 297 5/21/1987 25 3 Colorado State Avondale, Ari. W(HOU)-'12

    68 Joe Barksdale T 6-5 329 1/1/1988 24 2 LSU Detroit, Mich. W OAK -'1271 Matt Conrath DT 6-7 290 8/11/1989 23 R Virginia Oak Lawn, Ill. FA-'1272 Wayne Hunter T 6-5 318 7/2/1981 31 9 Hawaii Honolulu, Hi. T(NYJ)-'1276 Rodger Saffold T 6-5 314 6/6/1988 24 3 Indiana Bedford, Ohio D2-'1079 Barry Richardson T 6-6 319 5/15/1986 26 5 Clemson Mt. Pleasant, S.C. UFA(KC)-'1282 Matthew Mulligan TE 6-4 265 1/18/1985 27 4 Maine Bangor, Me. UFA(NYJ)-'1283 Brian Quick WR 6-3 220 6/5/1989 23 R Appalachian St. Columbia, S.C. D2A-'1288 Lance Kendricks TE 6-3 247 1/30/1988 24 2 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisc. D2-'1189 Mike McNeill TE 6-4 235 3/7/1988 24 2 Nebraska St. Louis, Mo. FA-'1190 Michael Brockers DT 6-5 322 12/21/1990 21 R LSU Houston, Tex. D1-'1291 Chris Long DE 6-3 270 3/28/1985 27 5 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. D1-'0892 Eugene Sims DE 6-6 265 3/18/1986 26 3 West Texas A&M Mt. Olive, Miss. D6B-'1093 Jermelle Cud o DT 6-2 311 9/28/1986 26 3 Central Oklahoma Lawton, Okla. FA-'1094 Robert Quinn DE 6-4 264 5/18/1990 22 2 North Carolina Ladson, S.C. D1-'1195 William Hayes DE 6-3 272 5/2/1985 27 5 Winston-Salem St. High Point, N.C. UFA (TEN)-'1298 Kendall Langford DT 6-6 295 1/27/1986 26 5 Hampton Petersburg, Va. UFA (MIA)-'12

    37 Matt Daniels S 6-0 211 9/27/1989 23 R Duke Fayetteville, Ga. FA-'1273 Rokevious Watkins G 6-3 338 2/24/1989 23 R South Carolina Fairburn, Ga. D5-'1299 Trevor Laws DT 6-1 304 6/14/1985 27 5 Notre Dame Dayton, Ohio UFA (PHI)-'12

    14 Nick Johnson WR 5-11 187 8/16/1989 23 R Henderson State Santa Cruz, Calif. FA-'1215 Saalim Hakim WR 5-11 188 2/1/1990 22 R Palomar J.C. Las Vegas, Nev. FA-'1234 Chase Reynolds RB 6-0 200 10/22/1987 24 1 Montana Drummond, Mont. FA-'1154 Jabara Williams LB 6-2 238 7/6/1989 23 2 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Tex. FA-'1257 Sammy Brown LB 6-2 242 4/17/1990 22 R Houston Wiggins, Miss. FA-'1260 Ty Nsekhe T 6-8 325 10/27/1985 26 R Texas State Arlington, Tex. W(IND)-'1270 Brandon Washington G 6-2 320 8/13/1988 24 R Miami (Fla.) Miami, Fla. FA-'1277 Mason Brodine DE 6-7 270 2/18/1988 24 1 Nebraska-Kearney Elm Creek, Neb. FA-'12

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    10th year (2 ) 51 Haggan, Mario LB 6-3 274 3/30/1980 32 10 Mississippi State Clarksdale, Miss. UFA(DEN)-'1227 Mikell, Quintin S 5-10 204 9/16/80 30 10 Boise State Eugene, OR FA-'11

    9th year (3) 39 Jackson, Steven RB 6-2 236 7/22/83 29 9 Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. D1-0472 Hunter, Wayne T 6-5 318 7/2/1981 31 9 Hawaii Honolulu, Hi. T(NYJ)-'1263 Wells, Scott* C 6-2 300 1/7/1981 31 9 Tennessee Brentwood, Tenn. UFA (GB)-'12

    7th year (3) 31 Finnegan, Cortland CB 5-10 188 2/2/84 28 7 Samford Milton, Fla. UFA(TEN)-'150 McIntosh, Rocky LB 6-2 242 11/15/1982 30 7 Miami (Fla.) Gaffney, S.C. UFA (WAS)-'1210 Clemens, Kellen QB 6-2 220 6/7/1983 29 7 Oregon Burns, Ore. FA-'12

    6th year (2) 43 Dahl, Craig S 6-1 209 7/7/85 27 6 North Dakota State Mankato, Minn. FA-'0962 Dahl, Harvey G 6-5 308 6/24/1981 30 6 Nevada-Reno Fallon, NV FA-'1112 Smith, Steve WR 5-11 195 5/6/1985 27 6 USC Woodland Hills, Calif. UFA (PHI)-'12

    5th year (5) 58 Dunbar, Jo-Lonn LB 6-0 226 3/13/1985 27 5 Boston College Syracuse, N.Y. UFA (NO)-'1298 Langford, Kendall DT 6-6 295 1/27/1986 26 5 Hampton Petersburg, Va. UFA (MIA)-'1291 Long, Chris DE 6-3 276 3/28/85 27 5 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. D1-'0879 Richardson, Barry T 6-6 319 5/15/1986 26 5 Clemson Mt. Pleasant, S.C. UFA(KC)-'1265 Williams, Chris G/T 6-6 320 8/26/1985 27 5 Vanderbilt Baton Rouge, La. FA-'12

    4th year (6) 16 Amendola, Danny WR 5-11 186 11/2/85 27 4 Texas Tech The Woodlands, Texas FA-'0932 Fletcher, Bradley CB 6-0 198 6/25/86 26 4 Iowa Youngstown, Ohio D3-'0911 Gibson, Brandon WR 6-0 210 8/13/87 25 4 Washington State Puyallup, Wash. T(PHI)-'0955 Laurinaitis, James LB 6-2 247 12/3/86 26 4 Ohio State Plymouth, Minn. D2-'09

    82 Mulligan, Matthew TE 6-4 265 1/18/1985 27 4 Maine Bangor, Me. UFA(NYJ)-'159 Turner, Robert C/G 6-4 308 8/20/1984 28 4 New Mexico Austin, Tex. UFA (NYJ)-'12

    3rd year (8) 8 Bradford, Sam QB 6-4 228 11/8/87 25 3 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. D1-'1052 Cole, Justin LB 6-3 242 11/22/87 25 3 San Jose St. Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1193 Cudjo, Jermelle DT 6-2 299 9/28/86 26 3 Central Oklahoma Lawton, Okla. FA-'1056 Hull, Josh LB 6-3 239 5/21/87 25 3 Penn State Millheim, Pa. D7C-'1076 Saffold, Rodger OT 6-5 323 6/6/88 24 3 Indiana Bedford, Ohio D2-'1092 Sims, Eugene DE 6-6 250 3/18/86 24 3 West Texas A&M Mt. Olive, Miss. D6B-'1066 Smith, Shelley G 6-4 297 5/21/1987 25 3 Colorado State Avondale, Ari. W(HOU)-'1220 Stewart, Darian S 5-11 215 8/4/88 24 3 South Carolina Huntsville, Ala. FA-'10

    2nd year (7) 88 Kendricks, Lance TE 6-3 247 1/30/88 24 2 Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisc. D2-'1189 McNeill, Mike TE 6-4 235 3/7/1988 24 2 Nebraska St. Louis, Mo. FA-'1144 McQuaide, Jake LS 6-2 247 12/7/87 24 2 Ohio State Cincinnati, Ohio FA-'1118 Pettis, Austin WR 6-3 207 5/6/1988 24 2 Boise State Orange, Calif. D3-'1194 Quinn, Robert DE 6-4 264 5/18/90 21 2 North Carolina Ladson, S.C. D1-'11

    68 Barksdale, Joe T 6-5 329 1/1/1988 24 2 LSU Detroit, Mich. W(OAK)-'12

    1s t yea r (1 ) 61 Barnes, Tim C 6-4 300 5/14/1988 24 1 Missouri Longwood, Mo. FA-'11

    Rookie (17) 90 Brockers, Michael DT 6-5 322 12/21/1990 21 R LSU Houston, Tex. D1-'1271 Conrath, Matthew DT 6-7 290 8/11/1989 23 R Virginia Oak Lawn, Ill. FA-'1237 Daniels, Matthew* S 6-0 211 9/27/1989 22 R Duke Fayetteville, Ga. FA-'129 Davis, Austin QB 6-2 221 6/2/1989 23 R Southern Mississippi Meridian, Miss. FA-'12

    42 Ganaway, Terrance RB 6-1 240 10/7/1988 23 R Baylor DeKalb, Tex. W(NYJ)-'1213 Givens, Chris WR 6-0 198 12/6/1989 22 R Wake Forest Wylie, Tex. D4-'1246 Harkey, Cory TE 6-4 260 6/17/1990 22 R UCLA Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'126 Hekker, Johnny P 6-5 227 2/8/1990 22 R Oregon State Bothell, Wash. FA-'12

    21 Jenkins, Janoris CB 5-10 193 10/29/1988 24 R North Alabama Pahokee, Fla. D2B-'1222 Johnson, Trumaine CB 6-2 204 1/1/1990 22 R Montana Stockton, Calif. D3-'1238 McLeod, Rodney S 5-10 183 6/23/1990 22 R Virginia Oxon Hill, Md. FA-'1224 Pead, Isaiah RB 5-10 197 12/14/1989 22 R Cincinnati Columbus, Ohio D2C-'1233 Pointer, Quinton CB 5-9 186 4/16/1988 24 R UNLV Ft. Myers, Fla. FA-'12

    83 Quick, Brian WR 6-3 220 6/5/1989 23 R Appalachian St. Columbia, S.C. D2A-'1226 Richardson, Daryl RB 5-10 196 4/12/1990 22 R Abilene Christian Jacksonville, Fla. D7B-'1273 Watkins, Rokevious* G 6-3 338 2/24/1989 23 R South Carolina Fairburn, Ga. D5-'124 Zuerlein, Greg K 6-0 187 12/27/1987 24 R Missouri Western Lincoln, Nebr. D6-'12

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    8 Sam Bradford QB 6-4 228 11/8/87 25 2 Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Okla. D1-'109 Austin Davis QB 6-2 221 6/2/1989 22 R Southern Mississippi Meridian, Miss. FA-'12

    10 Kellen Clemens QB 6-2 220 6/7/1983 29 7 Oregon Burns, Ore. FA-'12

    24 Isaiah Pead RB 5-10 197 12/14/1989 22 R Cincinnati Columbus, Ohio D2C-'1226 Daryl Richardson RB 5-10 196 4/12/1990 22 R Abilene Christian Jacksonville, Fla. D7B-'1234 Chase Reynolds (PS) RB 6-0 200 10/22/1987 23 1 Montana Drummond, Mt. FA-'1139 Steven Jackson RB 6-2 236 7/22/83 29 8 Oregon State Las Vegas, Nev. D1-0442 Terrance Ganaway RB 6-1 240 10/7/1988 23 R Baylor DeKalb, Tex. W(NYJ)-'12

    11 Brandon Gibson WR 6-0 210 8/13/87 25 3 Washington State Puyallup, Wash. T(PHI)-'0912 Steve Smith WR 5-11 195 5/6/85 26 6 USC Woodland Hills, Calif. UFA (PHI)-'1213 Chris Givens WR 6-0 198 12/6/89 22 R Wake Forest Wylie, Tex. D4-'1214 Nick Johnson (PS) WR 5-11 187 8/16/89 23 R Henderson State Santa Cruz, Calif. FA-'1215 Saalim Hakim (PS) WR 5-11 188 2/1/1990 22 R Palomar J.C. Las Vegas, Nev. FA-'1216 Danny Amendola WR 5-11 188 11/2/85 27 3 Texas Tech The Woodlands, Tex. FA-'0918 Austin Pettis WR 6-3 207 5/6/1988 24 2 Boise State Orange, Calif. D3-'1183 Brian Quick WR 6-3 220 6/5/1989 22 R Appalachian St. Columbia, S.C. D2A-'12

    46 Cory Harkey TE 6-4 260 6/17/90 21 R UCLA Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1282 Matthew Mulligan TE 6-4 265 1/18/85 27 4 Maine Bangor, Me. UFA(NYJ)-'1288 Lance Kendricks TE 6-3 243 1/30/88 24 R Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisc. D2-'11

    89 Mike McNeill TE 6-4 235 3/7/88 23 R Nebraska St. Louis, Mo. FA-'11

    59 Robert Turner OL 6-4 308 8/20/84 27 4 New Mexico Austin, Tex. UFA (NYJ)-'1260 Ty Nsekhe (PS) T 6-8 325 10/27/1985 26 R Texas State Arlington, Tex. W(IND)-'1261 Tim Barnes C 6-4 300 5/14/1988 23 1 Missouri Longwood, Mo. FA-'1162 Harvey Dahl T 6-5 305 6/24/1981 30 5 Nevada-Reno Fallon, NV FA-'1163 Scott Wells C 6-2 300 1/7/81 31 9 Tennesseee Brentwood, Tenn. UFA (GB)-'1265 Chris Williams G/T 6-6 320 8/26/1985 27 5 Vanderbilt Baton Rouge, La. FA-'1266 Shelley Smith G 6-4 297 5/21/1987 25 3 Colorado State Avondale, Ari. W(HOU)-'1268 Joe Barksdale T 6-5 329 1/1/1988 24 2 LSU Detroit, Mich. W(OAK)-'1270 Brandon Washington (PS) G 6-2 320 8/13/1988 24 R Miami (Fla.) Miami, Fla. FA-'1272 Wayne Hunter T 6-5 318 7/2/1981 31 9 Hawaii Honolulu, Hi. T(NYJ)-'1273 Rokevious Watkins T 6-3 338 2/24/89 23 R South Carolina Fairburn, Ga. D5-'1276 Rodger Saffold T 6-5 314 6/6/88 24 3 Indiana Bedford, Ohio D2-'1079 Barry Richardson T 6-6 319 5/15/86 26 5 Clemson Mt. Pleasant, S.C. UFA(KC)-'12

    71 Matthew Conrath DT 6-7 290 8/11/89 22 R Virginia Oak Lawn, Ill. FA-'1277 Mason Brodine (PS) DE 6-7 270 2/18/1988 24 1 Nebraska-Kearney Elm Creek, Neb. FA-'1290 Michael Brockers DT 6-5 322 12/21/90 21 R LSU Houston, Tex. D1-'1191 Chris Long DE 6-3 276 3/28/85 27 4 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. D1-'0892 Eugene Sims DE 6-6 250 3/18/86 26 2 West Texas A&M Mt. Olive, Miss. D6B-'1093 Jermelle Cudjo DT 6-2 311 9/28/86 26 3 Central Oklahoma Lawton, Okla. FA-'1094 Robert Quinn DE 6-4 265 5/18/90 21 R North Carolina Ladson, S.C. D1-'1195 William Hayes DE 6-3 272 5/2/85 26 5 Winston-Salem St. High Point, N.C. UFA (TEN)-'1298 Kendall Langford DT 6-6 295 1/27/86 26 5 Hampton Petersburg, Va. UFA (MIA)-'12

    50 Rocky McIntosh LB 6-2 242 11/15/82 29 7 Miami (Fla.) Gaffney, S.C. UFA (WAS)'-1251 Mario Haggan LB 6-3 274 3/30/80 32 10 Mississippi State Clarksdale, Miss. UFA(DEN)-'1252 Justin Cole LB 6-3 242 11/22/87 25 2 San Jose St. Chino Hills, Calif. FA-'1154 Jabara Williams (PS) LB 6-2 238 7/6/89 23 2 Stephen F. Austin Nacogdoches, Tex. FA-'1155 James Laurinaitis LB 6-2 247 12/3/86 26 3 Ohio State Plymouth, Minn. D2-'0956 Josh Hull LB 6-3 245 5/21/87 2 3 Penn State Millheim, Pa. D7C-'1057 Sammy Brown (PS) LB 6-2 242 4/17/1990 22 R Houston Wiggins, Miss. FA-'1258 Jo-Lonn Dunbar LB 6-0 226 3/13/85 27 5 Boston College Syracuse, N.Y. UFA (NO)-'12

    20 Darian Stewart S 5-11 215 8/4/88 24 2 South Carolina Huntsville, Ala. FA-'1021 Janoris Jenkins CB 5-10 193 10/29/88 24 R North Alabama Pahokee, Fla. D2B-'1222 Trumaine Johnson CB 6-2 204 1/1/90 22 R Montana Stockton, Calif. D3-'1223 Rodney McLeod S 5-10 183 6/23/90 22 R Virginia Oxon Hill, Md. FA-'1227 Quintin Mikell DB 5-10 204 9/16/80 30 9 Boise State Eugene, Ore. UFA(PHI)-'1131 Cortland Finnegan CB 5-10 188 2/2/84 28 7 Samford Milton, Fla. UFA(TEN)-'1232 Bradley Fletcher CB 6-0 200 6/25/86 26 4 Iowa Youngstown, Ohio D3-'0933 Quinton Pointer S 5-9 186 4/16/1988 24 R UNLV Ft. Myers, Fla. FA-'1237 Matthew Daniels* S 6-0 211 9/27/1989 22 R Duke Fayetteville, Ga. FA-'1243 Craig Dahl S 6-1 209 6/17/85 27 5 North Dakota State Mankato, Minn. FA-'09

    SPECIALISTS (3 )4 Greg Zuerlein K 6-0 187 12/27/87 24 R Missouri Western Lincoln, Neb. D6-'126 Johnny Hekker P 6-5 227 2/8/1990 22 R Oregon State Bothell, Wash. FA-'12

    44 Jake McQuaide LS 6-2 219 12/7/87 24 R Ohio State Cincinnati, Ohio FA-'11

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    Jan. 2 DT Cornell Banks Signed to Reserve/Future Contract June 14 LB Rocky McIntosh SignedC Tim Barnes Signed to Reserve/Future Contract July 24 OL Michael Hay WaivedCB Kendrick Burney Signed to Reserve/Future Contract CB Jeremy Caldwell Waived

    WR John Chiles Signed to Reserve/Future Contract July 28 FB Ovie Mughelli SignedTE Demarco Cosby Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Aug. 15 TE Jamie Childers WaivedDT John Henderson Signed to Reserve/Future Contract WR Charles Gilbert SignedT Ryan McKee Signed to Reserve/Future Contract WR Brandyn Harvey Signed

    RB Chase Reynolds Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Aug. 17 P Tom Malone WaivedJan. 9 P Tom Malone Signed to Reserve/Future Contract DT John Gill SignedJan. 20 K Garrett Lindholm Signed to Reserve/Future Contract Aug. 22 CB Josh Gordy Traded to IND

    Feb. 6 OL Jovan Olafioye Signed DE Vernon Gholston SignedWR John Chiles Waived Aug. 27 FB Todd Anderson Waived

    Feb. 10 OL Jovan Olafioye Waived/Failed Physical TE Brody Eldridge WaivedMar. 12 C Jason Brown Released WR Charles Gilbert Waived

    DT Justin Bannan Released DT John Gill WaivedDE James Hall Released WR Brandyn Harvey WaivedDT Fred Robbins Released LB Alex Hoffman-Ellis WaivedWR Nick Miller Waived T Kevin Hughes WaivedLB David Nixon Waived LB Noah Keller Waived

    Mar. 13 CB Ron Bartell Released K Garrett Lindholm WaivedMar. 15 CB Cortland Finnegan Signed T Ryan McKee WaivedMar. 17 DT Kendall Langford Signed RB Calvin Middleton Waived

    C Scott Wells Signed RB Nick Schweiger WaivedMar. 22 G Quinn Ojinnaka Signed LS Travis Tripucka WaivedMar. 26 WR Steve Smith Signed WR Danario Alexander Waived-Injured

    FB Brit Miller Signed DT Trevor Laws Placed on Reserved-InjuredTE Matthew Mulligan Signed Aug. 28 WR Mike Campbell Waived

    Mar. 30 OL Rob Turner Signed DE Mason Brodine Claimed off waivers from OAKApril 2 QB Tom Brandstater Signed T Wayne Hunter Acquired from NYJ in exchange for J. Smith

    LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar Signed Aug. 31 DT Cornell Banks Waived

    April 11 DE Williams Hayes Signed C Tim Barnes WaivedApril 12 DT Trevor Laws Signed QB Tom Brandstater WaivedApril 17 QB Kellen Clemens Signed DE Mason Brodine WaivedApril 25 WR Danny Amendola Signed RFA Tender LB Aaron Brown Waived

    DT Jermelle Cudjo Signed ERFA Tender LB Sammy Brown WaivedApril 26 WR Dominique Curry Signed ERFA Tender DB Kendric Burney Waived

    DT Michael Brockers Selected 14th overall in NFL Draft (1st Round) DE Vernon Gholston WaivedApril 27 WR Brian Quick Selected 33rd overall in NFL Draft (2nd Round) TE Ben Guidugli Waived

    CB Janoris Jenkins Selected 39th overall in NFL Draft (2nd Round) C T. Bob Hebert WaivedRB Isaiah Pead Selected 50th overall in NFL Draft (2nd Round) DE Jamaar Jarrett WaivedCB Trumaine Johnson Selected 65th overall in NFL Draft (3rd Round) WR Nick Johnson Waived

    April 28 WR Chris Givens Selected 96th overall in NFL Draft (4th Round) T Joe Long WaivedT Rokevious Watkins Selected 150th overall in NFL Draft (5th Round) G Bryan Mattison WaivedK Greg Zuerlein Selected 171st overall in NFL Draft (6th Round) FB Ovie Mughelli WaivedLB Aaron Brown Selected 209th overall in NFL Draft (7th Round) TE Deangelo Peterson WaivedRB Daryl Richardson Selected 252nd overall in NFL Draft (7th Round) RB Chase Reynolds Waived

    April 30 K Josh Brown Released DE Scott Smith WaivedCB Chris Smith Waived T Jose Valdez WaivedRB Quinn Porter Waived FB Ovie Mughelli ReleasedDT John Henderson Waived WR Austin Pettis Placed on Reserve/Suspended by Commissioner

    CB Nate Ness Waived TE Corey Harkey WaivedTE Demarco Cosby Waived QB Kellen Clemens ReleasedG Michael Hay Signed Sept. 1 DT Kellen Heard Claimed off wiavers from BUFRB Calvin Middleton Signed RB Terrance Ganaway Claimed off waiv ers from NYJTE Deangelo Peterson Signed C Tim Barnes Signed to practice squadLB Noah Keller Signed DE Mason Brodine Signed to practice squadS Quinton Pointer Signed LB Aaron Brown Signed to practice squadS Matthew Daniels Signed TE Corey Harkey Signed to practice squadP John Hekker Signed RB Chase Reynolds Signed to practice squadFB Todd Anderson Signed WR Nick Johnson Signed to practice squad

    May 1 DE Scott Smith Signed WR Greg Salas Traded to NEC T. Bob Hebert Signed CB Jerome Murphy WaivedDT Matt Conrath Signed Sept. 2 TE Michael Hoomanawanui WaivedLB Alex Hoffman-Ellis Signed G Quinn Ojinnaka ReleasedLB Derrick Choice Signed T Ty Nsekhe Claimed off waivers from IND

    May 2 S Rodney McLeod Signed G Brandon Washington Signed to practice squadRB Nick Schweiger Signed G Shelley Smith Claimed off waivers from HOULS Travis Tripuka Signed Sept. 5 WR Brandyn Harvey Signed to practice squad

    May 3 WR Dominique Curry Waived Sept. 11 G Quinn Ojinnaka SignedCB Marquis Johnson Waived C Scott Wells Placed on Reserve/Injured (Des. For Return)T Thomas Welch Waived Sept. 13 QB Kellen Clemens SignedCB Brian Jackson Waived DT Darell Scott Released

    May 4 T Joe Long Signed Sept. 14 C Tim Barnes Signed from practice squad to active rosterMay 5 LB Sammy Brown Signed CB Quinton Pointer ReleasedMay 8 DE Jamaar Jarrett Signed LB Sammy Brown Signed to the practice squadMay 14 WR Mike Campbell Signed LB Aaron Brown Released from the practice squadMay 15 T Barry Richardson Signed Sept. 17 CB Quinton Pointer Signed to the practice squad

    LB Mario Haggan Signed WR Austin Pettis Activated from Exempt/Commisioner PermissionMay 16 LB Derrick Choice Waived G Rokevious Watkins Placed on Reserve/Injured

    T Jose Valdez Claimed off waivers from MIN WR Brandyn Harvey Released from the practice squadMay 18 TE Brody Eldridge Claimed off waivers from IND

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    Sept. 27 T Ty Nsekhe WaivedT Joe Barksdale Claimed off waivers from OAK

    Sept. 28 T Ty Nsekhe Signed to the practice squadC Chase Beeler Waived from the practice squad

    Oct. 5 DE Mason Brodine Waived from the practice squadC Chase Beeler Signed to the practice squad

    Oct. 10 DE Mason Brodine Signed to the practice squadC Chase Beeler Waived from the practice squad

    Oct. 22 G Quinn Ojinnaka ReleasedG/T Chris Williams Signed

    Oct. 30 DE Mason Brodine Waived from the practice squadC Chase Beeler Signed to the practice squad

    Nov. 6 DE Mason Brodine Signed to the practice squadC Chase Beeler Waived from the practice squad

    Nov. 7 S Matt Daniels Placed on Reserve/InjuredS Quinton Pointe r Signed from the Prac tice Squad to the Active Ros te rWR Saalim Hakim Signed to the practice squad

    Nov. 10 DT Kellen Heard ReleasedNov. 17 TE Cory Harkey Signed from the Practice Squad to the Activ e RosterNov. 20 C Scott Wells Activated from Reserve/Injured - Des. To Return

    FB Brit Miller WaivedNov. 21 LB Jabara Williams Signed to the practice squad

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    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 169/9 9 /16 9 /23 9/30 10/4 10/14 10/21 10/28 11/11 11 /18 11/25 12/2 12/9 12/16 12/23 12/30

    # Play er GP GS D IA @DET WAS @CHI SEA ARI @MIA GB NE @SF NYJ @ARI SF @BUF MIN @TB @SEA16 Amendola, Danny 8 7 0 3 WR WR WR WR X IA IA IA WR WR X68 Barksdale, Joe 6 2 1 1 O O O X X X LT LT X DNP IA61 Barnes, Tim 10 0 0 0 PS X X X X X X X X X X64 Beeler, Chase 0 0 0 0 O O O PS O O O O O O O8 Bradford, Sam 11 11 0 0 QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB QB

    90 Brockers, Michael 8 7 0 3 IA IA IA RDT RDT RDT RDT X RDT RDT RDT77 Brodine, Mason 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS54 Brown, Aaron 0 0 0 0 PS O O O O O O O O O O54 Brown, Sammy 0 0 0 0 O PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS10 Clemens, Kellen 2 0 8 0

    52 Cole, Justin 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X71 Conrath, Matthew 1 0 0 10 IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA X IA IA93 Cudjo, Jermelle 10 3 0 1 RDT RDT RDT IA X X X X X X X43 Dahl, Craig 11 11 0 0 SS SS SS SS SS SS SS FS FS FS FS62 Dahl, Harvey 11 11 0 0 RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG RG37 Daniels, Matthew 4 0 0 4 X X IA IA IA IA X X IR IR IR9 Davis, Austin 0 0 1 10 DNP IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA IA

    58 Dunbar, Jo-Lonn 11 11 0 0 WLB W LB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB WLB31 Finnegan, Cortland 11 11 0 0 LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB LCB32 Fletcher, Bradley 11 4 0 0 CB X X X CB X CB DB X X X42 Ganaway, Terrance 3 0 0 8 IA IA IA X IA IA IA X X IA IA11 Gibson, Brandon 11 9 0 0 WR WR WR WR WR WR WR WR X X WR13 Givens, Chris 10 7 0 1 X X WR X WR WR WR WR IA WR WR51 Haggan, Mario 7 1 0 4 X X X X X IA IA IA X SLB IA15 Hakim, Saalim 0 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O PS PS PS46 Harkey, Cory 2 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS X X19 Harvey, Brandyn 0 0 0 0 PS PS O O O O O O O O O95 Hayes, William 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X96 Heard, Kellen 8 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X O O O6 Hekker, Johnny 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X

    56 Hull, Josh 11 1 0 0 X X X X X X X SLB X X X72 Hunter, Wayne 9 4 0 2 X X LT LT LT LT IA IA X X X39 Jackson, Steven 11 11 0 0 RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB RB21 Jenkins, Janoris 10 10 0 1 RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB RCB IA RCB RCB14 Johnson, Nick 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS22 Johnson, Trumaine 11 1 0 0 X X X X X X X X RCB X X88 Kendricks, Lance 11 9 0 0 TE X X TE TE TE TE TE TE TE TE98 Langford, Kendall 11 11 0 0 LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT LDT55 Laurinaitis, James 11 11 0 091 Long, Chris 11 11 0 0 LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE LDE50 McIntosh, Rocky 11 6 0 0 X SLB SLB SLB X SLB X X SLB X SLB23 McLeod, Rodney 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X89 McNeill, Mike 11 1 0 0 X X X X X TE X X X X X44 McQuaide, Jake 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X27 Mikell, Quintin 11 11 0 0 FS FS FS FS FS FS FS SS SS SS SS49 Miller, Brit 9 1 0 1 X X X FB X X X X X IA O82 Mulligan, Matthew 11 6 0 0 TE X X X TE X X TE TE TE TE60 Nsekhe, Ty 2 0 0 1 IA X X PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS69 Ojinnaka, Quinn 6 5 0 0 O LG LG LG LG LG X O O O O24 Pead, Isaiah 10 1 0 1 X RB X IA X X X X X X X18 Pettis, Austin 9 1 0 0 SUS SUS X X X X WR X X X X

    33 Pointer, Quinton 4 0 0 0 X O PS PS PS PS PS PS X X X83 Quick, Brian 10 1 0 1 X X IA X X X X X WR X X94 Quinn, Robert 11 11 0 0 RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE RDE34 Reynolds, Chase 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS79 Richardson, Barry 11 11 0 0 RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT RT26 Richardson, Daryl 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X76 Saffold, Rodger 5 5 0 6 LT LT IA IA IA IA IA IA LT LT LT97 Scott, Darell 0 0 0 1 IA waived 9/16 O O O O O O O O92 Sims, Eugene 8 0 0 3 X X X X IA X X IA IA X X66 Smith, Shelley 6 4 3 2 IA IA DNP DNP X DNP LG LG LG LG X12 Smith, Steve 7 2 0 4 X WR WR IA IA X X X X IA IA20 Stewart, Darian 7 0 0 4 IA IA X X X X X X IA IA X59 Turner, Robert 11 11 0 0 LG C C C C C C C C C LG70 Washington, Brandon 0 0 0 0 PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS PS73 Watkins, Rokevious 1 0 0 1 X IA IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR63 Wells, Scott 2 2 0 0 C IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR IR C65 Williams, Chris 1 0 0 354 Williams, Jabara 0 0 0 0 O O O O O O O O O O PS4 Zuerlein, Greg 11 0 0 0 X X X X X X X X X X X

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    2012

    CEX - Reserve/Commissioners Exempt; US - Reserve/Unsigned

    (Pos) - Starter; X - Reserve; DNP - Did Not Play; IA - Inactive; IR - Injured Reserve; PS - Practice Squad; O - Not on Roster; U - Unsigned; E - RosterExemption; PUP - Physically Unable to Perform; GP - Games Played; GS - Started; D - Did Not Play; IA - Inacti ve; SUS - Reserve/Suspended; NFI - Non Football Injury List;

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    2012 DT Michael Brockers (1) DT Matthew Conrath (FA) RB Terrance Ganaway (W-NYJ)WR Brian Quick (2a) S Matthew Daniels (FA) T Wayne Hunter (T-NYJ)CB Janoris Jenkins (2b) QB Austin Davis (FA) T Joe Barksdale (W-OAK)RB Isaiah Pead (2c) LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar (UFA-NO) G Shelley Smith (W-HOU)CB Trumaine Johnson (3) CB Cortland Finnegan (UFA-TEN)

    WR Chris Givens (4) LB Mario Haggan (UFA-DEN)G Rokevious Watkins (5)* DE William Hayes (UFA-TEN)K Greg Zuerlein (6) P Johnny Hekker (FA)

    RB Daryl Richardson (7b) DT Kendall Langford (UFA-MIA)DT Trevor Laws (UFA-PHI)*S Rodney McLeod (FA)

    LB Rocky McIntosh (UFA-WAS)TE Matthew Mulligan (UFA-NYJ)QB Kellen Clemens (UFA)T Barry Richardson (UFA-KC)

    WR Steve Smith (UFA-PHI)C/G Robert Turner (UFA-NYJ)C Scott Wells (UFA-GB)*C Tim Barnes (PS)

    G/T Chris Williams (UFA)

    2011 DE Robert Quinn (1) G Harvey Dahl (UFA-ATL)TE Lance Kendricks (2) S Quintin Mikell (UFA-PHI)WR Austin Pettis (3) LB Justin Cole (FA)

    TE Mike McNeill (PS-IND)LS Jake McQuaide (FA)

    2010 QB Sam Bradford (1) DT Jermelle Cudjo (FA)T Rodger Saffold (2) S Darian Stewart (FA)

    DE Eugene Sims (6b)LB Josh Hull (7c)

    2009 LB James Laurinaitis (2) WR Danny Amendola (PS-PHI) WR Brandon Gibson (T-PHI)CB Bradley Fletcher (3) S Craig Dahl (FA)

    2008 DE Chris Long (1)

    2004 RB Steven Jackson (1)* denotes