It's been a long climb for Rams' Troy Hill, but he's cornered a job and Bears saw why

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It's been a long climb for Rams' Troy Hill, but he's cornered a job and Bears saw why
It's been a long climb for Rams' Troy Hill, but he's cornered a job and Bears saw why

Troy Hill kept the football tucked in his left hand as long as possible. Following his second-quarter interception Sunday, the Rams' cornerback was patted on the back and pounded on the head. He was wrapped in enthusiastic embraces and warmly wrangled back to the bench. He returned to the sideline with a right hand free for high fives and handshakes. His left arm, however, remained occupied by his keepsake all along. “I was about to just keep on going,” Hill said, smiling widely in the wake of the Rams' 17-7 win over the Chicago Bears. “I was about to take it back home, go give it to my mom.” Eventually, Hill relinquished the pigskin to a team ball boy. His diving snag of Mitch Trubisky's tipped

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