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Sports Blog: Sam cut from Cowboys’ practice squad

Posted to Sports Blog by Michael Natelli on Oct. 21, 2014 at 5:02 p.m.

The Dallas Cowboys announced on Tuesday afternoon that they have released former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam from their practice squad. Sam was cut to make room for linebacker Troy Davis, who impressed the Cowboys enough in his workout on Monday to earn a practice squad job. After being cut ...

Column: Confessions of a Rams addict

By Daniel Schmidt | Oct. 21, 2014

It seems like the Rams will always find a way to lose — until they don’t.

Column: Root cautiously, Tiger fans

By Daniel Schmidt | Sept. 25, 2014

Saturday’s loss was one of the worst games in Mizzou football history.

Column: 2014 NFL season predictions

By Daniel Schmidt | Sept. 4, 2014

Regarding the Jacksonville Jaguars: LOL

Michael Sam cut by St. Louis Rams

By Michael Natelli | Aug. 30, 2014

So close. On the final day of preseason cuts, the St. Louis Rams announced former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam did not make the team’s 53-man roster. Sam, a seventh-round pick by St. Louis, is the first openly gay player in the NFL. The news was first reported by ...

In Print: Hard to love: Bradford and the Rams disappoint once again

By Daniel Schmidt | Aug. 26, 2014

The Rams are cursed and it’s ruining our relationship.

Sam picked by Rams, becomes first openly gay player to be drafted

By Matt Muenzberg | May 10, 2014

Michael Sam made history. The St. Louis Rams selected the former Missouri defensive end in the seventh round of the NFL Draft Saturday, making Sam the first openly gay player to be drafted into the NFL. The MU graduate announced that he is gay on Feb. 9. He told his ...

Official, most accurate mock 2014 NFL Draft

By Daniel Schmidt | May 6, 2014

The number of Super Bowls Johnny Manziel wins will only be rivaled by number of Playboy models he dates.

Column: Goddell’s plan: How to make NFL playoffs worse

By Derek Franks | Oct. 2, 2013

2010 Seattle Seahawks. Remember them? You probably shouldn’t. They made the playoffs despite finishing the regular season at 7-9, the only team in NFL history (with the exception of two teams in a strike-shortened nine-game season) to make the playoffs with a losing record. Everyone was up in arms ...

Column: Sometimes it’s good to be confused

By Derek Franks | Sept. 25, 2013

Who doesn’t love the NFL’s early surprises?

Column: The Chiefs may get it right this time

By Derek Franks | March 1, 2013

The situation is oddly similar to Matt Cassel, but it could work this time.

In Print: The players on the field should not be second fiddle to Clydesdales and Taco Bell

By Kalen Wagoner | Feb. 5, 2013

An event that should be about football is just background noise to a commercialized mess.

In Print: The Quest for Six Denied: An Obituary

By Danielle Lerner | Feb. 5, 2013

One 49ers fan's heartbreaking retelling of Sunday's defeat

Column: After 'Bountygate,' Gregg Williams should not be allowed to coach again

By Derek Franks | Feb. 1, 2013

The former New Orleans Saints defensive coordinator interviewed with the Tennessee Titans on Monday.