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James Butler

  • Blogs

    January 4, 2012

    Spagnuolo and Devaney: What Went Wrong

    These guys had it right all along. ​Steve Spagnuolo, head coach of the St. Louis Rams, gone. Billy Devaney, general manager of the St. Louis Rams, gone. The two architects of this most recent era of Rams football were both fired Monday. It should come as no surprise to anyone, really, co ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 10, 2010

    Rams 2011 Draft Needs, Part 6: Safety

    And so we come to the end of our road, dear friends. There has been plenty of laughter along the way, and plenty of tears too. Okay, so most of the tears have been over that whole Jimmy Kennedy thing, but still. We've come a long way, baby. You know, that dance wasn't as safe as they said it wa ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 14, 2009

    Meet the New Rams; Same As the Old Rams

    See, it's both a snarky way of making fun of the Rams' ineptitude and a way to remind us of better days. Nice, huh? ​Well, hopefully this (and by this, of course, I mean the unceremonious 28-0 ass kicking we all witnessed yesterday), will put to an end all that hopeful speculation people come up w ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 3, 2009

    One Piece at a Time: Building the Rams' Defense

    You know, if you had told me just a couple of years ago that signing Ron Bartell was going to be of paramount importance for the Rams to have any chance of being competitive, I probably would have laughed in your face.

  • Music

    February 28, 2007

    Samwell asks the eternal question: "You want to do it in my butt?"

    Plus: a very successful witch, and the saddest lost-dog story ever told.

  • Blogs

    February 23, 2007

    Dog Gone

    Tom Matthews calls his search for his lost mutt, Mattie, "just another lost-dog story." If that's the case, Matthews and his wife, Alice, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, are redefining the genre. In the five months since Mattie, a shaggy little white twelve-year-old, disappeared in the couple's 2001 Buic ... More >>

  • News

    June 2, 2004

    Letters

    Week of June 2, 2004

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