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Jamon Brown has provided Rams' offensive line with strength, stability and a sweet voice

LOS ANGELES - The requests came at 38,000 feet as the Rams flew home from an NFC West-clinching victory in Nashville, Tenn.

Amid their celebration, players requested that offensive lineman Jamon Brown serenade them with a song.

Earlier in the week, Rams players heard the full extent of his musical talent when a Sports Illustrated video circulated of Brown's singing John Legend's "Ordinary People."

But on the plane, Brown wasn't feeling it -

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