Rams announce practice squad

ST. LOUIS — The Rams announced their 10-player practice squad on Monday afternoon, which includes eight players who were with the team this preseason and two who were in training camps elsewhere.
September 1, 2014

Rams trim roster; Sam among final cuts

ST. LOUIS — Rookie defensive end Michael Sam, the first openly gay player in the NFL, was among the final cuts on Saturday as the Rams trimmed their roster to the mandated 53-player limit.
August 30, 2014

Latsch: Projecting the Rams' final 53

ST. LOUIS — The Rams have some difficult decisions before Saturday’s 3 p.m. CT deadline for NFL teams to trim their rosters from 75 to 53. Among the toughest calls will be who to keep on the defensive line, at running back, tight end and on the offensive line.
August 29, 2014

Latsch: Predicting the Rams' roster

ST. LOUIS — We’re getting closer to the start of St. Louis Rams’ training camp for the 2014 season, so it makes sense to take a quick look at which players could land jobs on the 53-man roster when the regular season starts in early September.
July 8, 2014

Blackman No.1 QB; Idaho preseason honors

WITH THE 2012 SEASON AROUND THE CORNER AND MUCH OF THE DEPTH CHART GETTING SETTLED, the Vandals announced that junior quarterback DOMINIQUE BLACKMAN will be directing a completely rebuilt Vandal offense in the season opener against Eastern Washington in the Kibbie Dome (August 30th, 6:00PM PST kickoff). PLUS: We look back at several Vandals who earned preseason honors this summer.
August 13, 2012

Vandals fall at New Mexico State

DESPITE A CAREER NIGHT BY IDAHO SENIOR PRINCETON MCCARTY, who accumulated 236 all-purpose yards including 116 yards rushing and two touchdowns in the game, the Vandals fell short at New Mexico State and dropped a 31-24 contest to the Aggies. It was Idaho's first loss to NMSU since 2007, and came as the Vandals were unable to score from the Aggie one yard line on the final play of the game.
October 16, 2011

UI-LTU POST-GAME: The Players

THE VANDAL OFFENSE CONTINUES TO STRUGGLE, and hasn't scored a touch in regulation since the fourth quarter against Fresno State. Against Louisiana Tech in Idaho's Homecoming game Saturday, the Vandals lost 24-11, with Idaho's points coming on a safety, a punt returned for a touchdown, and a first half field goal. QB Brian Reader, WR Justin Veltung, and LB KOREY TOOMER met with the media.
October 9, 2011