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Guest host Eric Leushen and Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch join Jim Buzinski to discuss Michael Sam. Now that Sam has been drafted in the NFL by the St. Louis Rams, we look into his chances of making the roster and playing as an openly gay player. Sam made national news by coming out as openly gay in February.
On Saturday, he was taken in the 7th round by the St. Louis Rams and his kiss with his boyfriend became the talk of the sports world. Now that he has a team, the question will be whether Sam can make the Rams' roster.
The Arizona Cardinals are set to start off the NFL season against the St. Louis Rams. Jess brings in special guest 3K from Turf Show Times to discuss the game and what the Rams bring to the table. We talk about the Rams defensive line, Tavon Austin and the offseason they had, as well as the expectations.
The New Orleans Saints can clinch a playoff berth on the road this Sunday with a win over their former rivals, St. Louis Rams. Also, SNR will recap the Saints dominating performance over the Carolina Panthers and preview the Road to the 2013 Playoffs for the Saints.
When: Who Dat Nation and Saints Fans can join the Saints News Radio Krewe on Wednesday night at 9:00 PM CST/10:00 PM EST to support the New Orleans Saints march to the 2013 Playoffs.
Call-In: The studio call-in is (818) 739-8961 to speak to the host, ask a question or support the Black and Gold.
Website: Geaux to www.SaintsNews.net for complete New Orleans Saints news and updates 24/7.
Mike Williams interviews Cara St. Louis.
Tonight our very special guest is Ms. Cara. St. Louis. Cara is the Editor-in-chief of the new E Magazine, Vortex: Conscious and Courageous. She also lecturers on Trans-humanism, Cultural and Social Engineering and Weaponized Political Correctness.
She is the author of Consolata's Companion; The Sun Thief and the soon to be released - Aerosol War: The Covert Assimilation of Mankind.
Cara also writes for Veterans Today.
"TRUTH HEALS" on Blogtalkradio.com
My guest.....Ms. Leslie Broadnax Democrat candidate for St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney. Join me for TRUTH! as to why this election is so IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!
What is real...what is truth............is it yours or does it belong to the world?
Once we acknowledge what is.....true and real then we can begin to heal.............
Jo-Lonn Dunbar finished with a career high 115 combined tackles, 4.5 sacks and two interceptions in his first season, in St. Louis. Undrafted out of Boston College, Dunbar was a quick learner during training camp earning his spot on the New Orleans Saints roster. Part of the Saints first and only Super Bowl team Dunbar signed with the Rams in 2012 staying, in the competitive and wild NFL West. It is possible the versatile linebacker may be moving positions from weakside linebacker to the strong side with the addition of rookie Alex Ogletree. The Rams quietly have put together one of the brightest young footballs teams in the NFL headed by veteran coach Jeff Fisher. Expectations for Dunbar and the Rams will be high in 2013 after their seven win 2012 campaign. Follow Jo-Lonn Dunbar on Twitter @JolonnDunbar And College2Pro.com @BoMarchionte
The free agency period in the NFL is offically underway and the St. Louis Rams are certain to busy. Listen in as host Corey Rudd (@CoreyRudd) along with co-hosts Brad Bumpus (@bbump18) and Anthony Wiber (@AWibes) discuss a full docket of topics which will include:
The recent performances of Jaime Garcia and Lance Lynn in spring training Whether the Rams will be able to grab a safety in free agency The Jared Cook signing Whether the Rams can pull off the signing of left tackle Jake Long Mizzou, SLU and Illini in conference tournaments The importance of Alex Steen Halak vs Allen in net for the Blues Follow the show on Twitter (@CruddyShow) and download the podcasts on iTunes!
The results are in from the arbitration hearing between the St. Louis Rams and the St. Louis CVC and the Rams won.
What does that mean? Tune in as Shane Gray (@ShangeGmoSTLRams), who has been doing some outstanding work over 101sports.com, joins the guys to discuss the implications of the decision.
He'll explain his thoughts on whether there will be a new stadium and what it means regarding the future of the Rams in St. Louis.
Plus, as always, plenty of Blues hockey and Cardinals baseball talk to follow!