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Brandon Lloyd would consider Rams return

Posted on: February 4, 2012 2:37 pm
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Brandon Lloyd's pumped about the Rams coaching change. (Ryan Wilson, CBSSports.com)
By Will Brinson

INDIANAPOLIS -- Brandon Lloyd blew up under Josh McDaniels in Denver and he said earlier in the season that he wants to play wherever McDaniels is coaching, which will be New England in 2012. (And, um, now.)

But Lloyd said Friday night that he wasn't entirely sold on bouncing out of St. Louis just yet, and that with Jeff Fisher and the new coaching staff in place, he's seriously contemplating a return to the Rams.

We also chatted with Lloyd about his time in Denver, the trade and, of course, Tim Tebow.



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Comments

Since: Feb 27, 2008
Posted on: February 5, 2012 9:51 am
 

Brandon Lloyd would consider Rams return

I agree der721!  He has proven he can be a good receiver on bad teams, or in bad systems.  Put him on the Pats, release Ocho-stinko, and you now have a true WR with good ball skills and a potential deep threat.  You know the Pats will go grab a deep threat this offseason and why not Lloyd?  He would just add to an already great offense.




Since: Jun 20, 2010
Posted on: February 5, 2012 2:58 am
 

Brandon Lloyd would consider Rams return

We would love to have you back on the team Brandon, hopefully across on the opposite side of the field from Justin Blackmon and putting fear into the hearts of defensive backfields all across the NFL.  Once we start giving Bradford some decent time in the pocket he is going to be lights out and your great hands and rout running skills are only going to make him that much better. 



Since: Jul 18, 2009
Posted on: February 4, 2012 5:51 pm
 

Brandon Lloyd would consider Rams return

would be shocked if he is not on the patriots


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