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Hardworking Hall providing strong rush for Rams

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Dan Arkush

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By Dan Arkush

Before the season started, there were major concerns around Rams Park over just where the pass rush was going to come from, with longtime sack specialist Leonard Little no longer around. But with 11th-year veteran James Hall taking it upon himself to become one of the NFC's more potent pass rushers with four sacks in the first four games, nobody is wondering anymore. "He could have easily had two more sacks," said one daily team observer. "There was one that got wiped out by a penalty in the Seattle game, and there was another one he should have been given credit for against Oakland. He's always been really dedicated, and it appears to be paying off for him." Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo can't say enough about Hall's superlative work ethic. "James has done a great job getting his body right," Spagnuolo said. "He's here at six in the morning every morning."

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