>>Rams Recover After Win Over Cards
(Earth City, MO) -- The Rams spent yesterday recovering from Sunday's win over the Cardinals. Head coach
Jeff Fisher said the team came through the game fairly healthy and that wide
receiver Danny Amendola was sore but still recovering from his heel injury. The
Rams host the 49ers this Sunday at Edward Jones Dome.
>>Cardinals Receive Payout From Playoffs
(Undated) -- The Cardinals have received a payout of $7.8-million in postseason revenue for their playoff run this season. The team voted to award 56 full shares to players which works out to
over 122-thousand-dollars each. The Giants, who beat St. Louis in the NLCS,
took in a payout of $23.5-million which broke the record set by the 2006 World
Series champion Cardinals.
>>Illini Land Two On All-Big Ten Teams
(Indianapolis, IN) -- Two Illinois football players were honored by the Big Ten Conference yesterday.
Offensive tackle Hugh Thornton and defensive lineman Michael Bucahanan were each
named to the All-Big Ten Second Team. The Illini closed out a disappointing
2-and-10 campaign Saturday with a 50-14 loss to Northwestern.
>>Bucks Storm Back To Top Bulls
(Chicago, IL) -- The Bucks erased a 17-point fourth-quarter deficit to defeat the Bulls, 93-92. Richard
Hamilton scored a game-high 30 points for Chicago while Carlos Boozer posted 19
points and 11 rebounds in the loss. Kirk Hinrich had 17 points and Luol Deng [[
loo-OLL dang ]] netted 10 points with eight boards as the Bulls lost their
fourth in five games. Chicago hosts the Mavericks tomorrow night.