R.J. Stanford

#36CB,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 187
Born:
College: Utah
Birth Place: Chino, California
Draft: 2010 7th round (16th pick) by the
  • Report: Rams to hire Brian Xanders to front office role
    ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Report: Rams to hire Brian Xanders to front office role

    The Los Angeles Rams are set to add former Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos executive Brian Xanders to their front office, according to Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network. The Lions decided to part ways with Xanders in May. He had been a holdover from prior general manager Martin Mayhew and the Lions’ new G.M., Bob Quinn, elected to move on without him.

  • Red-Hot Dodgers Consider Bullpen Upgrade
    International Business Times

    Red-Hot Dodgers Consider Bullpen Upgrade

    The Los Angeles Dodgers (66-29) have been red-hot since losing three straight games in early June, winning 31 of their last 35 games to take an 11-game lead on the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies in the National League West. The Dodgers' success has come from just about everywhere. Manager Dave Roberts boasts a squad with the best ERA in baseball (3.07), the fifth-best offense (822 runs) and No. 12 in fielding percentage (.984).

  • Travel basketball coaching helps provide emotional anchor after crash
    Detroit Free Press

    Travel basketball coaching helps provide emotional anchor after crash

    The thud came from my blind side. By the time I realized I’d been hit, my car already was spinning. You don’t have much control when your car starts sliding at 65 m.p.h. You have little time to think. It was midafternoon last Friday. The sun was shining. The traffic was heavy. And I was just about to merge onto my last interstate after a 5-hour drive from Ann Arbor, headed to the western Chicago suburbs to help coach a couple of boys’ travel basketball teams. I’d been coaching youth and travel basketball for years. But this was the first year coaching without my son on the bench. He graduated from high school last month. So, when asked to stay with the travel organization as an assistant for