Rams have begun the rebuilding process The St. Louis Rams have a new coach this week and a new attitude to go with it. That attitude is, let the rebuilding process begin. With super star running back Steven Jackson going out for the season with a torn pec, the Rams will have to rely on Joseph Addai to carry the load. The Rams front office has already begun to build the foundation with 2 recent trades. The issue right now with this team is they have a few studs, but the rest are duds. We need to balance that out to create a solid team. In the recent trades the Rams are sending DT Adam Carriker, CB Ronald Bartell to the Browns for WR Marques Colston and QB Brady Quinn. The Rams lose two solid defensive players, but we get back our quarterback of the future since Bulger is over 33 years old and a great young receiver in Marques. The 2nd trade in as many days has sent super star FS OJ Atogwe and WR Laurant Robinson to the Vikings for a very young and talented WR in Sydney Rice, CB Cedric Griffin and FS Madiue Williams. The key here for the Rams going forward is to get a better base of solid players. We feel that these two trades have begun that process.