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St. Louis Rams / Gregg Williams
12:21 pm
Wed March 21, 2012

Rams defensive coordinator Williams banned indefinitely from NFL

Gregg Williams, newly named defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams, at a 2010 commencement ceremony for Tulane University in New Orleans. Williams, formerly with the New Orleans Saints, has been suspended indefinitely from the NFL.
(via Wikimedia Commons)

Updated 3:53 p.m.: Includes details, comment from Rams press conference.

Without ever coaching a game, the Rams' new defensive coordinator Gregg Williams has been banned from the NFL indefinitely over an issue with his prior team, the New Orleans Saints.

The NFL has suspended New Orleans head coach Sean Payton for the 2012 season, and former Saints defensive coordinator Williams is banned from the league indefinitely because of the team's bounty program that targeted opposing players.

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Rams head coach
2:58 pm
Tue January 17, 2012

Jeff Fisher officially announced as Rams head coach

New Rams head coach Jeff Fisher answers questions from the media at Rams Park in Earth City on Jan. 17, his first day on the job.
(UPI/Bill Greenblatt)

The new head coach of the St. Louis Rams says he's up for the challenge of turning around a football team that has won just ten games over its last three seasons.

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Developing: Rams / Jeff Fisher
1:34 pm
Fri January 13, 2012

Sources: Jeff Fisher agrees to be new Rams head coach

Jeff Fisher, former head coach of the Tennessee Titans, has agreed to be the new head coach of the St. Louis Rams according to media reports.
(via Wikimedia Commons)

This is a developing story that will be updated.

Updated 1:43 p.m. with information from the Associated Press.

Updated 3 p.m. with video from Rams website.

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Morning round-up
9:30 am
Fri January 6, 2012

Morning headlines: Friday, January 6, 2012

The mountain lion trapped by a private individual in Reynolds County Jan. 4 is seen here recovering from sedatives.
(Missouri Department of Conservation)

Mountain Lion captured and released in Reynolds County

Missouri conservation officials have released a mountain lion that was trapped in the southeastern part of the state. The Department of Conservation says a Reynolds County commissioner reported snaring the 122-pound cat in a live trap he set on national forest land to catch bobcats, coyotes and raccoons.

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