3 Rams From 2000 Super Bowl Named Hall of Fame SemifinalistsThe 2017 class will be selected on Feb. 4, the day before the Super Bowl.
"Greatest Show" Rams On HOF Semifinal List AgainWarner, Pace, Bruce and Holt could be among 15 finalists announced in January.
"Greatest Show" Rams Are Hall SemifinalistsWarner, Pace, Bruce & Holt advance to final 26 for 2015 honors
Sports Open Line with Mike Claiborne and Scott Warmann
"Greatest Show" Rams Eligible For Hall of FameHolt, Bruce, Warner & Pace all up for Class of 2015 consideration
Top 5 Rams Moments of All Time
Rams to Celebrate 15th Anniversary of 'Greatest Show on Turf'NFL Network kicked off the Rams’ season-long celebration today with a full day of content featuring the 1999 Rams season.
The Sports Hub: Pierre LeBrun, Dayn Perry, Barrett Jones, Tavon Austin & Torry Holt
Sports Open Line: Game 4 Preview, Dick Vermeil & Torry HoltWhat does Super Bowl XXXIV champion coach Dick Vermeil think of Jeff Fisher becoming the new head coach of the St. Louis Rams?
The Sports Hub: Cards Spoil Miami's Opener, Redwings Spoil Blues Lead, Holt Retires a RamOn a night like this, it took two TVs side by side to follow the Cardinals opener and the Blues pivitol game against the Redwings.
Torry Holt Inks 1-day Deal, Retire with Rams
Sports Open Line: Ken Hitchcock, Rams Upgrade, Super BowlStarting off Sports Open Line, Kevin welcomes Blues' head coach, Ken Hitchcock. Hitch and Kevin discuss what the Blues will need to do to remain a top contender in the second half of the season. The rest of Sports Open Line is dedicated to football, and it's only right, considering the Super Bowl is this Sunday. Football expert for KMOX and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Jim Thomas, updates the listeners on what's going on with the Rams and all the news surrounding the Dome. Kevin's next guest is a St. Louis Rams' great, Torry Holt. Torry joins Sports Open Line to talk about his thoughts on what the Rams need to survive as a franchise. Continuing with football, NFL Announcer, Bob Papa, talks to Kevin about what kind of Super Bowl we can expect. Tonight's final guest sits down with Tom Ackerman, NFL Hall of Famer, James Lofton.