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OC Register

Sam Shields waging comeback with Rams, in spite of concussion history

Sam Shields says the throbbing headaches from multiple concussions are gone, and he's healthy again. But his road back to the NFL wasn't easy. "I was going through hell," he said.

FOX Sports

Los Angeles Rams re-sign DE Easley after early-season injury

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) The Los Angeles Rams have re-signed defensive end Dominique Easley after an injury kept him out last season.

Cincy Jungle

Bengals beat out 49ers and Rams to get back Tyler Eifert

Eifert had a few options to choose from in free agency. The Cincinnati Bengals have re-signed Tyler Eifert to a one-year deal to remain in Cincinnati. But, it didn’t come without competition. According to Bengals.com’s Geoff Hobson, Eifert was sought after by two California teams in addition to the Bengals. The Bengals, believed to have edged out the Rams and 49ers in the Eifert Derby, are delighted to get him back despite his injury history that has knocked him out of more than half his 80 NFL games. It was surprising how little news there was regarding Eifert from the time the legal...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Dolphins reportedly re-sign DE William Hayes

The Dolphins are bringing back defensive end Williams Hayes, a key to their improved run defense in 2017, on a one-year contract, according to NFL Network. Hayes was acquired by the Dolphins last season in a trade with the Los Angeles Rams but ended the season on injured reserve due to a back injury....

Field Gulls

Report: Sam Bradford is headed to the Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals may not have landed Case Keenum, or Kirk Cousins, or Drew Brees, but they do have a quarterback coming their way in the form of... Sam Bradford? Yeah, Sam Bradford. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Tuesday that the former Minnesota Vikings starter is going to sign with Arizona. Ian Rapoport says that it’s a 1-year, $20 million deal, with an option year at the same price. Bradford missed most of 2017 with a knee injury, something that’s largely defined his NFL career up to this point. He tore his ACL while with the St. Louis Rams in 2013, then re-tore it in...


Sam Shields set to resume NFL career, has meetings with Browns and Rams

When Green Bay Packers cornerback Sam Shields suffered a brutal concussion (the reported fourth of his career) in Week 1 of the 2016 season, it appeared that his career might be over. The injury eventually landed the 2014 Pro Bowler on Injured Reserve, and Green Bay released him after the season. After not playing a […] The post Sam Shields set to resume NFL career, has meetings with Browns and Rams appeared first on ClutchPoints.

The Phinsider

What are the Dolphins getting in Robert Quinn?

The Miami Dolphins agreed to a trade with the Los Angeles Rams on Friday, sending to LA a fourth-round draft pick for defensive end Robert Quinn, along with the two teams swapping sixth-round picks. The trade will be official on March 14, when the new league year begins, but, the addition of a two-time Pro Bowl selection, who is only 27-years-old, seems like a great addition for the Dolphins, even if it is at a position that seems to already have depth. Quinn dealt with some major issues in the 2015 and 2016 seasons, which included hip, knee, back, and concussion problems. He played in...

Field Gulls

LA Rams trade Robert Quinn to Miami

For the first time in his entire career, Russell Wilson will not have to deal with Robert Quinn terrorizing him in the backfield.* *- Unless the Dolphins make the Super Bowl. The Los Angeles Rams have dealt the veteran pass rusher Miami Dolphins, with the expectation that mid- and late-round draft picks will be swapped. Quinn was owed $22 million over the final two seasons of his four-year contract extension, and he spent much of 2015 and 2016 sidelined due to injury. I imagine that’s one way to create some more cap space to give Aaron Donald his own contract extension. The 27-year-old...