Tom Malone

#2P,
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 205
Born:
College: USC
Birth Place: Lake Elsinore, California
Draft: Undrafted
  • Yardbarker

    Roger Goodell to speak at Rams event, tickets start at $550

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will join broadcaster Al Michaels to speak at the annual Los Angeles Rams All-Access event at the Coliseum in June. This gives fans an opportunity to take photos with and chat up current and former members of the Rams. It’s also going to cost a pretty penny. According to the Los Angeles Times, single tickets for the event cost $550.00. A table of 10 is going for a hefty $5,000. We’re not entirely too sure whether St. Louis Rams fans will show up, but the odds of many of them actually paying cash to hear Goodell and Co. speak are remote. Along with Rams owner Stan Kroenke, Goodell was one of the driving forces behind the team’s decision to relocate from St. Louis

  • 2018 NFL Mock Draft: Rams Double Dip On Offense
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    2018 NFL Mock Draft: Rams Double Dip On Offense

    Walter Football has updated their two-round mock for the 2018 NFL Draft out this week. While I generally don’t put a ton of their content on TST since, yanno, they go with more of a quantity over quality approach, it’s a weekend in late May. Desperate times call for desperate measures. For quite some time, they’ve had the same pick for the Los Angeles Rams...the first overall pick in the draft: Taking a quarterback is a realistic scenario, despite all that the Rams have surrendered for Jared Goof. If they're bad enough to be selecting No. 1 overall in the 2018 NFL Draft, they'll surely be ready to move on to another quarterback. Sam Darnold has taken the Pac-12 by storm, as he's been incredible

  • Grading the Chargers' handling of tumultuous transition
    Chargers Wire4 hours ago

    Grading the Chargers' handling of tumultuous transition

    The Los Angeles Chargers, that name will remain having a funny ring to it for many years to come for the most ardent Bolts fans, however, few front offices could have handled the early stages of such a trying transition as well as L.A. has this offseason. For years the NFL has been trying to get the game back into the nation’s second-largest market, and the Los Angeles Rams’ success at making that vision come to fruition weighs heavy into the Chargers being able to make the move happen. By any valuation, the Chargers will see their team worth sore from their final season in San Diego. That is especially true when one considers that just the news that the Bolts were destined for L.A. increased