FISHER ACCEPTS THE CHALLENGE
After yesterday’s closed special team’s practice, head coach Jeff Fisher took the field to participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and Texans GM Rick Smith. The results were tremendous.
As of August 11, the Ice Bucket Challenge has raised $2.3 million for the National ALS Association, according to the organization.
“Obviously I don’t know what Coach’s plan is for those guys, but having those guys back out here on the practice field makes a huge difference,” Bradford said. “I think they’re playing really well. If we can get them for the game, that’d be even bigger. I really like that group that’s in front of me right now.”
MADDEN IS COMING
Madden 15 doesn’t come out for another two weeks, but developers are already working on technology that will be used primarily in next year’s game and beyond. Last week, two Madden developers came to Rams Park to take photographs for the game’s new facial recognition technology. Check back in later today for a full writeup on all thing Madden, including the Rams player ratings.
BACK ON THE RADIO
Hope you’ve had a chance to check out the premiers of our radio shows, “Rams Playmakers” and “What the Hekk” on 101 ESPN this week. But even if you haven’t, we’ve got more great Rams content tonight at 6:00 p.m. with “Rams Playbook.” Join Anthony Stalter and me as we break down the Xs and Os from last week’s game, and what you can expect from this week’s contest against Green Bay. Check us out on the air at 101.1 FM, or online at 101sports.com.