Especially because of the excellent play of Jo-Lonn Dunbar on the weak side, the Rams' OLB situation has greatly improved.
The wheels keep turning for the Rams at OLB, where Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Mario Haggan and Rocky McIntosh are all expected to see action.
In a January meeting, then-Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams declared two defenders as winners of $200 for hits, Yahoo! Sports reported.
Following in the footsteps of fellow free-agent addition Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Mario Haggan is a strong candidate for the starting SLB job.
The likelihood of James Casey starting at fullback for Houston may prove to be a mistake, according to PFW's Whispers.
LB Jo-Lonn Dunbar tweeted on Monday that he has reached an agreement to sign with the Rams. The four-year vet visited St. Louis on March 22.
Time may be running out for RB Toby Gerhart to show he can fill in for Adrian Peterson without the Vikings having a huge drop-off, according to NFC Whispers.
In his 11th season, 33-year-old Danny Clark is past his prime, but he has been an unsung hero for the Saints' defense in his second stint with the team.
We hear the Saints expect two or three players to compete for the starting spot at strong-side linebacker, which was vacated when Scott Fujita signed with the Browns earlier this offseason.