Source: Rams, WR Sims-Walker Agree To One-Year Deal

Sam Bradford’s New Go-To Receiver?

Rams and NFC West favorites are meshing together quite nicely.

Sam Bradford saw both Donnie Avery and Mark Clayton lost due to injuries last season.

Danario Alexander, who I’m a big fan of, was considered Bradford’s No. 1 target heading into free agency.

That all has changed, as the St. Louis Rams have agreed to terms with Jacksonville Jaguars pass catcher Mike Sims-Walker, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.  The one-year contract is worth $3.7 million.

Heading into the 2011 campaign, the Rams’ franchise quarterback now can feel more comfortable knowing his team went out to provide him with an upgrade in protection and a big-play threat at wide receiver.

Also, don’t forget the Rams chose Wisconsin tight end Lance Kendricks and Boise State wideout Austin Pettis in the second and third rounds of last April’s draft.

The future is looking up for the supporting cast of Sam Bradford, so much, that St. Louis Rams and 2011 NFC West Champions have a good ring to it.

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