St. Louis Rams

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The St. Louis Rams are a National Football League, NFL franchise team based in St. Louis, Missouri. They are part of the National Football Conference (NFC) and play in the NFC West Division. The Rams originated as the Cleveland Rams in 1936, before moving to Los Angeles in 1946. They remained there for 48 years, then moved to St. Louis in 1995.

The Rams have played in three Super Bowls, but have only won one, in 2000 with quarterback Kurt Warner.

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Roster

Quarterbacks

Running Backs

  • 33 Kenneth Darby
  • 39 Steven Jackson
  • Mike Karney
  • 45 Chris Massey
  • 22 Travis Minor
  • 30 Antonio Pittman

Wide Receivers

  • 17 Donnie Avery
  • 14 Keenan Burton
  • 89 Dane Looker
  • 19 Derek Stanley

Tight Ends

Offensive Tackles

  • 70 Alex Barron
  • 69 Anthony Davis
  • 73 Adam Goldberg
  • 79 John Greco

Guards

  • 63 Jacob Bell
  • 68 Richie Incognito
  • 67 Roy Scheuning

Centers

  • Jason Brown
  • 61 Cory Withrow

Defensive Ends

Defensive Tackles

  • 61 Antwon Burton
  • 90 Adam Carriker
  • 97 La'Roi Glover
  • 95 Clifton Ryan

Linebackers

Cornerbacks

  • 24 Ron Bartell
  • 34 Fakhir Brown
  • 36 Quincy Butler
  • 31 Jason Craft
  • 20 Jonathan Wade

Safeties

  • 21 Oshiomogho Atogwe
  • James Butler
  • 41 Eric Bassey
  • 25 Corey Chavous
  • 35 Todd Johnson
  • 37 David Roach

Kickers

  • 3 Josh Brown

Punters

  • 5 Donnie Jones

See also

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