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Regular Season 03

Regular Season 03

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PRESEASON (3-1)DayDateGameTime (CT)TVSat.8/14MinnesotaL28-7
Sat.8/21at ClevelandW 19-17Thurs.8/26at New EnglandW36-35
Thurs.9/2Baltimore W27-21REGULARSEASON (0-2)DayDateGameTimeTVSun.9/12ArizonaL17-13
Sun9/19at OaklandL16-14
Sun. 9/26Washington3:15 p.m.FOXSun.10/3SeattleNoonFOX
Sun.10/10at DetroitNoonFOX
Sun.10/17San DiegoNoonCBS
Sun.10/24at Tampa BayNoonFOX
Sun.10/31CarolinaNoonFOX
Sun.11/7Bye WeekSun.11/14at San Francisco3:15 p.m.FOX
Sun.11/21Atlanta3:15 p.m.FOX
Sun.11/28at Denver3:15 p.m.FOXSun.12/5at Arizona *3:15 p.m.FOXSun.12/12at New Orleans *3:15 p.m.FOX
Sun.12/19Kansas City *NoonCBSSun.12/26San Francisco *NoonFOX
Sun.1/2at Seattle *3:15 p.m.FOX* Subject to Flex Scheduling
2010 SCHEDULE
WWW.STLOUISRAMS.COM/MEDIAUSERNAME: ramsmedia PASSWORD: rams
Wednesday, September 22
-Practice:11:35 a.m.-Open locker room: 1:55-2:40 p.m.-Coach Spagnuolo & QBSam Bradford available onfield after practice.- Conference Calls:QB Donovan McNabb 9:45 a.m.Coach Mike Shanahan 11 a.m.
Thursday, September 23
-Practice:11:35 a.m.-Open locker room: 1:55-2:40 p.m.-Coach Spagnuolo & RBSteven Jackson availableon field after practice.- Defensive Coordinator Ken Flajole & OffensiveCoordinator Pat Shurmur available on field.
Friday, September 24
-Practice: 10:45 a.m.-Open locker room: 12:35-1:20 p.m.-Coach Spagnuolo availableon field after practice.
Saturday, September 25
No Availability
Sunday, September 26
RedskinsatRams3:05 p.m. (CT)Edward Jones Dome
Monday, September 27
Coach SpagnuoloPress Conference2 p.m.
R
EGULAR
S
EASON
W
EEK
3
W
ASHINGTON
R
EDSKINS
(1-1)
AT
S
T
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OUIS
R
AMS
(0-2)
Sunday,September 26,2010,Edward Jones Dome,3:05 p.m.(CT)
The St. Louis Rams return home in search of their firstvictory on the season as they host the WashingtonRedskins in the first of two consecutive games at theEdward Jones Dome. Sunday’s kickoff is scheduled for 3:05 p.m. central time.The Rams-Redskins rivalry dates back to 1937, theyear the Rams were founded in Cleveland, Ohio.Washington holds a 21-8-1 advantage in the regular season, and the Redskins won a 9-7 decision over theRams at FedEx Field in Week 2 of the 2009 campaign.The teams have also met four times in the postseason with each team takingtwo victories.St. Louis’two losses this season have come by a combined six points. LastSunday at Oakland, the Rams’defense forced two Oakland turnovers and gaveup just 16 points but were unable to emerge with the victory. Offensively, rook-ie QB Sam Bradford tossed two touchdown passes, both to WR Mark Clayton,and RB Steven Jackson posted 125 yards of total offense (75 rushing, 50receiving).
RAMS BEGIN TWO-GAME HOMESTAND WITH REDSKINS
THIS WEEK’S MEDIAAVAILABILITY
LB James Laurinaitis
TED CREWS
- SENIOR DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONSTCREWS@RAMS.NFL.COM - 314-516-8797
ARTIS TWYMAN
- DIRECTOR, MEDIARELATIONS ATWYMAN@RAMS.NFL.COM - 314-516-8759
JULIAFARON
- MEDIARELATIONS COORDINATORJFARON@RAMS.NFL.COM - 314-516-8766
CASEYPEARCE
- PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATORCPEARCE@RAMS.NFL.COM - 314-516-8765
BROADCASTINFORMATION
TELEVISION
FOX (KTVI, Ch. 2 in St. Louis)
Play-by-Play:
Dick Stockton
Color Analysts:
Charles DavisJim Mora
RADIO
WXOS (101.1 FM)
Play-by-Play:
Steve Savard
Color Analyst:
D’Marco Farr 
Sideline Reporter:
Brian Stull
 
R
EGULAR
S
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W
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3:W
ASHINGTON
R
EDSKINSAT
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OUIS
R
AMS
• Overall Series:
Redskins lead series, 23-10-1
• Rams Home Record vs. Redskins:
5-12-1
• Rams Road Record vs. Redskins:
5-11
• Current Streak:
Redskins, one games (2009)
• Rams Longest Streak:
Three games (1945-49)
• Redskins Longest Streak:
Five games (twice, last 1977-86)
• Regular Season Point Total:
Rams 605 - Redskins 810
• Most Points, Rams:
53, Rams 53-27 (1949)
• Most Points, Redskins:
51, Redskins 51-7 (1983) (Div. Playoffs)
• Most Points, both teams:
80, Rams 53-27 (1949)
• Fewest Points, Rams:
6, Redskins 27-6 (1991)
• Fewest Points, Redskins:
6, Redskins 10-6 (1993)
• Fewest Points, both teams:
16, Twice, last Redskins 9-7 (2009)
THESERIESATAGLANCE
2010 Statistics
Rams (rank)Redskins (rank)
13.5 (26t)
Points Per Game
20.0 (14)267.5 (26)
Total Offense
335.5 (22)80 (25)
Rush Offense
53.5 (32)187.5 (23)
Pass Offense
282.0 (7)28:01
Time Of Possession Average
26:1916.5 (12t)
Opponent Points Per Game
18.5 (16t)391.0 (28)
TotalDefense
453.0 (32)142.5 (30)
Rush Defense
80.5 (8)248.5 (24)
Pass Defense
372.5 (31)4/49
Sacks Made/Yards
6/342/16
Interceptions By/Yards
1/5+1 (14t)
Turnover Differential
+2 (6t)7.0 (20)
Punt Return Average
0 (32)23.9 (10)
Kickoff Return Average
26.3 (4)10.6 (22)
Punt Coverage
7.8 (18)23.8 (22)
Kickoff Coverage
15.3 (3)13/49.5
Punts/Average
10/43.9
 
TALEOFTHETAPENOTABLE CONNECTIONS
Former Rams:
• Redskins Defensive Coordinator 
Jim Haslett
held the same position withthe Rams from 2006-08 and was the team’s interim head coach for a portionof the 2008 season.• Redskins General Manager 
Bruce Allen
is the son of former Rams HeadCoach
George Allen
.• Redskins
DLAdam Carriker 
spent his first three seasons of his NFLcareer with the Rams.• Redskins
LB London Fletcher 
led the Rams in tackles from 1999-2001.
Former Redskins:
• Rams General Manager 
Billy Devaney
spent seven seasons as a scoutwith the Redskins.• Rams Head Coach
Steve Spagnuolo
was a player personnel intern withthe Redskins in 1983.
Washington, D.C. Ties:
• Rams
DE Chris Long
is from Charlottesville, Va. and played at Virginia.• Rams
C/G Hank Fraley
is from Gaithersburg, Maryland.• Rams
CB Ron Bartell
attended Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Coaching Connections:
• Rams Head Coach
Steve Spagnuolo
spent eight seasons with thePhiladelphia Eagles when Redskins
QB Donovan McNabb
was the club’ssignal caller.• Rams Offensive Coordinator 
Pat Shurmur 
was McNabb’s position coachfor seven seasons (2002-08) in Philadelphia.• Rams Assistant Head Coach/Quarterbacks
Dick Curl
and Redskins TightEnds Coach
Jon Embree
coached together with the Kansas City Chiefs.• Redskins Offensive Line Coach
Chris Foerster 
was Miami’s offensivecoordinator in 2004 when Rams
QB A.J. Feeley
played for the Dolphins.Foerster was Rams
C Jason Brown
’s position coach in Baltimore as well.
Front Office Connections:
• Rams Executive Vice President of Football Operations/COO
KevinDemoff 
was a Senior Assistant in Tampa Bay when Redskins GeneralManager 
Bruce Allen
was the Buccaneers’general manager. RedskinsOffensive Coordinator 
Kyle Shanahan
was on Jon Gruden’s staff duringDemoff’s first year with the Bucs.
NFLTeammate Connections:
• Rams
LB Na’il Diggs
and Redskins
PJosh Bidwell
played together inGreen Bay.• Rams
QB A.J. Feeley
and
C/G Hank Fraley
were teammates withRedskins
QB Donovan McNabb
with the Eagles.• Rams
FB Mike Karney
and Redskins
T Jammal Brown
played together with the New Orleans Saints.• Rams
TE Billy Bajema
and Redskins
LB Andre Carter 
were teammateswith the San Francisco 49ers.
College Teammate Connections:
• Rams
QB Sam Bradford
and Redskins
T Trent Williams
at Oklahoma.• Rams
DEEugene Sims
and Redskins
WR Anthony Armstrong
at WestTexas A&M.• Rams
LB Bryan Kehl
and Redskins
QB Jon Beck
at BYU.• Rams
RB Kenneth Darby
and Redskins
DT Anthony Bryant
at Alabama.• Rams
QB A.J. Feeley
and Redskins
PJosh Bidwell
at Oregon.
Give the Rams a 1-2 record in the 2010 season.
Give the Rams a 106-88-4 record in the month of September.
Give the Rams a 61-59 home record since moving to St. Louis.
Improve the Rams all-time regular season record vs. the Redskinsto 9-21-1.
Give Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo his second career victo-ry as a head coach.
Give the Rams franchise 505 regular season victories.
 
A RAMS WIN WOULD...SERIESHISTORYVS.WASHINGTON
Regular SeasonRedskins lead, 21-8-1 YearResultLocation
1937 Redskins, 16-7 CLE1938 Redskins, 37-13 WAS1941 Redskins, 17-13WAS1942 Redskins, 33-14WAS1944 Redskins, 14-10 WAS1948 Rams, 41-13 WAS1949 Rams, 53-27LA1951 Redskins, 31-21 WAS1962 Redskins, 20-14 WAS1963 Redskins, 37-14 LA1967 Tie, 28-28 LA1969 Rams, 24-13WAS1971 Redskins, 38-24 LA1974 Redskins, 23-17LA1977 Redskins, 17-14WAS1981 Redskins, 30-7 LA1983 Redskins, 42-20LA1987 Rams, 30-26WAS
 YearResultLocation
1991 Redskins, 27-6 LA1993 Rams, 10-6 LA1994 Redskins, 24-21 LA1995 Redskins, 35-23 STL1996 Redskins, 17-10 STL1997 Rams, 23-20WAS2000 Redskins, 33-20 STL2002 Redskins, 20-17 WAS2005 Redskins, 24-9 STL2006 Rams, 37-31 OTSTL2008 Rams, 19-17WAS2009Redskins, 9-7WAS
PostseasonTied, 2-2 YearResultLocation
1945Rams, 15-14CLE1974Rams, 19-10LA1983Redskins, 51-7WAS1986Redskins, 19-7WAS
 
THEHEADCOACHES
TEVE 
PAGNUOLO 
NFLCoaching Year:
12th year 
Rams Head Coach:
2nd year 
Regular Season:
1-17 (.056)
Postseason:
0-0 (.000)
PAGNUOLO 
,
 ATA
LANCE 
2009- St. Louis Rams
Head Coach
2007-08New YorkGiants
Defensive Coordinator 
2004-06Philadelphia Eagles
Linebackers
2001-03Philadelphia Eagles
Defensive Backs
1999-2000Philadelphia Eagles
Defensive Assistant
1998Frankfurt Galaxy (NFLE)
Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
1996-97Bowling GreenUniversity
Defensive Backs
1994-95Rutgers University
Defensive Backs
1994University of Maine
Defensive Coordinator/Linebackers
1993University of Maine
Defensive Backs
1993San Diego Chargers
Scout
1992Barcelona Dragons (WLAF)
Defensive Line/Special Teams
1990-91University of Connecticut
Defensive Coordinator/Def. Backs
1987-89University of Connecticut
Defensive Backs
1984-86Lafayette College
Defensive Line/SpecialTeams
1983WashingtonRedskins
Player PersonnelIntern
1982-83University of Massachusetts
Graduate Intern
Steve Spagnuolo enters his second season as head coach of the St.Louis Rams. Through impressive individual achievements and per-severance through adversity, the Rams formed a bond duringSpagnuolo’s first season at the helm, and became what Spagnuoloenvisioned – a team.“The inner-makings of this team, is a team, and that was one of theprimary goals when we first started putting this thing together,”Spagnuolo said at the conclusion of last season. Along the way Spagnuolo adopted his formula for success, built onwhat he calls the Four Pillars: Faith. Character. Core Values. TeamFirst.Spagnuolo came to the Rams after a stellar career as defensivecoordinator of the New York Giants and was the architect of thedefense that shut down the high-octane New England Patriots in theGiants’stunning 17-14 win in Super Bowl XLII.Spagnuolo spent eight seasons (1999-2006) with the PhiladelphiaEagles, serving as defensive assistant/safeties from 1999-2000,defensive backs coach from 2001-03 and linebackers coach from2004-06. From 1999-2005, the Eagles played in four NFCChampionship games and one Super Bowl.Spagnuolo coached for 18 years in the college ranks and in profes-sional football in Europe before joining the Eagles. Spagnuoloserved as defensive line/special teams coach with the BarcelonaDragons of the WLAF in 1992 and was defensive coordinator/line-backers coach for NFLEurope’s Frankfurt Galaxy in 1998. Awide receiver at Springfield (Mass.) College from 1978-81,Spagnuolo coached collegiately at Massachusetts (1982-93),Lafayette (1984-86), Connecticut (1987-91), Maine (1993-94),Rutgers (1994-95) and Bowling Green (1996-97). Spagnuolo alsoworked as a pro personnel intern for the Washington Redskins in1983 and as a scout with the San Diego Chargers in 1993. Anative of Whitinsville, Mass., Spagnuolo is married to wife, Maria.
IKE 
HANAHAN 
NFLCoaching Year:
26th year 
Redskins Head Coach:
1st year 
Regular Season:
147-99-0 (.598)
Postseason:
8-5 (.615)
Mike Shanahan was hired as the Washington Redskins ExecutiveVice President/Head Coach on Jan. 6, 2010. He is the 28th headcoach in franchise history.Shanahan’s 146 regular season wins as an NFLhead coach are the17th-most in history and the second-most among active coaches,trailing only Bill Belichick’s 148. During his tenure with the Broncos,Shanahan guided the franchise to two Super Bowl victories, threeconference championship game appearances, seven postseasonberths and nine winning seasons.Shanahan arrived in Denver from the World Champion SanFrancisco 49ers, where he served as offensive coordinator for threeseasons (1992-94). Adriving force behind the Broncos’offense for all three of their Super Bowl appearances in the 1980s (following the1986, 1987 and 1989 seasons), Shanahan first came to Denver in1984 as the club’s wide receivers coach and served as offensivecoordinator from 1985-87.He then returned to Denver as quarterbacks coach on Oct. 16,1989, after serving as head coach of the Los Angeles Raiders in1988 and through the first four games of the 1989 campaign.Shanahan began his coaching career as an offensive assistant atOklahoma from 1975-76. The Sooners won the national champi-onship in his first year on its staff.Shanahan was Northern Arizona’s backfield coach in 1977 at theage of 24. Ayear later, Shanahan returned to Eastern Illinois asoffensive coordinator and helped guide his alma mater to theDivision II title. In 1979, he served as offensive coordinator atMinnesota, where he implemented the run-and-shoot offense to helpthe Golden Gophers set 40 school offensive records. Shanahanbecame the offensive coordinator at Florida the following year. Anative of Oak Park, Ill. (born 8/24/52), Michael Edward Shanahanattended East Leyden High School in Franklin Park, Ill., where wasvoted athlete of the year as well as most valuable player in bothfootball and track.He received a scholarship to Eastern Illinois University, where heplayed quarterback before losing a kidney in the spring game of his junior year. He received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at EIU.
HANAHAN 
,
 ATA
LANCE 
2010-Washington Redskins
Head Coach
1995-08Denver Broncos
Head Coach
1992-94San Francisco 49ers
Offensive Coordinator 
1991Denver Broncos
Offensive Coordinator 
1989-90Denver Broncos
Quarterbacks Coach
1988-89Los Angeles Raiders
Head Coach
1985-87Denver Broncos
Offensive Coordinator 
1984Denver Broncos
Wide Receivers Coach
1983Florida
 Asst. Head Coach/Off. Coordinator 
1980-82Florida
Offensive Coordinator 
1979Univ. of Minnesota
Offensive Coordinator 
1978Eastern Illinois
Offensive Coordinator 
1977Northern Arizona
Backfield Coach
1975-76Oklahoma
 Assistant Coach

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