Rams Search for Veteran Help at Receiver

Posted: 15th September 2009 by Ron Clements in NFL
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When you finish a game with zero points, 17 completions, and only 191 passing yards, it's pretty easy to figure out that you have a weakness, or two, or three. The St. Louis Rams were shut out Sunday 28-0 in Seattle, thanks to a plethora of penalties, dumb mental mistakes, poor tackling, and a dead offense. Quarterback Marc Bulger was sacked three times, and completed just 17 of 36 pass attempts. Twelve of the 17 attempts were to wide receivers with tight ends Randy McMichael (four) and Billy Bajema (one) accounting for the other five catches. Steven Jackson, one of the best pass-catching backs in football, had just 16 touches, all on the ground for 67 yards. So, according to several league and online sources, the Rams brought in several veteran players Tuesday to try to hel ...

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