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St. Louis Sports Link Dump: June 10


Here are some of the best St. Louis sports stories from around the internet for June 10, 2014.

Rams: Ramblin Fan’s Nathan Kearns makes an argument that Pro Football Focus‘s ranking of the Rams’ roster as the second-worst in the NFL is highly unwarranted.

Ramblin’ Fan’s Julian Felice provides a touching narrative about how the Rams provided a sense of normalcy in his life as he endured a health scare with his son.

Fox Sports Midwest’s Nate Latsch writes about the great impact rookie defensive tackle Aaron Donald could have on the Rams’ defense this year.

ESPN’s Nick Wagoner details the faith the Rams have in left tackle Jake Long to promptly return from his knee injury.

NFL.com’s Chris Wesseling thinks that free agent acquisition Kenny Britt could end up being the Rams’ top receiver.

Cardinals: Redbird Rants’ Daniel Solzman visits with two recent Cardinal draft picks, first-rounder Jack Flaherty and seventh-rounder Brian O’Keefe.

MLB.com’s Alex Halsted raves about the productivity of the Cardinals’ minor league system.

USA TODAY’s Bob Nightengale writes about Cardinals reliever Pat Neshek‘s tumultuous and emotional journey to a career year.

Mizzou: The Columbia Missourian‘s Michael Shaw narrates new Tiger basketball coach Kim Anderson’s visit to the St. Louis area, where he made some impact statements about local recruiting.

Illini: Writing Illini’s Ricky Widmer profiles Illini wide receiver Kameron Fry.

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