Former St. Louis Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo has released a statement after being let go last Monday.
Charlie talks about the Iowa caucuses with CBS Reporter Andrew Mollenbeck; he talks with former NFL Great Aeneas Williams about the Rams’ firing of Coach Steve Spagnuolo; and with STL Police Chief Dan Isom about the latest homicide numbers.
Nick Wagoner of stlouisrams.com talks about the Rams decision to start cleaning house. Mo Drummond calls in to talk about fan and media reaction to the Rams firing Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney.
While offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels remains the only coach under contract for next season, some reports indicate that the entire coaching staff was also let go.
Stay with KMOX Radio as Sports Open Line host Kevin Wheeler will have coverage from the Demoff press conference plus reaction from players including Sam Bradford and Chris Long.
Lloyd praised head coach Steve Spagnuolo for his words and support. When asked if his possible departure from the franchise would play a factor, Lloyd said, “It’s going to be a factor.”
The Rams were rescued from the ignominy of landing the No. 1 draft pick for the second time in three years when the Colts lost 19-13 to the Jaguars. The Colts hold the tiebreaker based on opponents’ strength of schedule.
Fisher is represented by Marv Demoff, whose son Kevin is the Executive Vice President of Football Operations & Chief Operating Officer with the Rams plus a regular guest for KMOX Radio on Sports on a Sunday Morning.
If Stan Kroenke decides to make a change at the Head Coaching position it would mean six different names have held the title for this organization since 2005.
Spagnuolo is 10-33 with five games to go in his third season, and perhaps also five games left to save his job. However, instead of going for big plays, he’s elected to play not to lose.