The Journey Begins

Friday morning I jumped out of bed like every morning ready to attack the day. It was a typical St. Louis June day, 90 degrees with high humidity at 10 a.m., the kind of weather where you sweat just standing… Read more »

All Eyes on St. Louis, but Progress Might Have Been Made in Chicago

With the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals set to hear arguments from both the NFL and NFLPA Friday morning at 10 o’clock, the lawyers representing both sides will be front and center as the league appeals Judge Susan Nelson’s decision… Read more »

Will the Players Stay Together?

All eyes on the NFL and NFLPA’s ongoing labor dispute now makes a stop in St. Louis on Friday at the Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse. That’s where the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and judges Steven M. Colloton, Duane Benton… Read more »

The Captain Forced to Walk the Plank

On the day where we honor our brave and dedicated servicemen and women in all branches of the military across the world, this Memorial Day, a major sports headline came in the form of a resignation by a football coach… Read more »

Camp St. Louis Comes to an End

With the conclusion of Camp St. Louis, the Rams’ player-organized workout sessions, in my opinion, they were a major success in several ways. When people deal with conflict, adversity, frustration, struggle and competition, leaders are born. While Steven Jackson is… Read more »

Quinn Has Good Reason for Missing Camp St. Louis

While many NFL players are scrambling to get and stay in shape during this lockout period, others are breaking the law, sending the arrest meter off the charts since the lockout began. Then there are attention seekers like Chad Ochocinco… Read more »

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