Aug 17, 2013; St. Louis, MO, USA; St. Louis Rams helmet during a game against the Green Bay Packers at the Edward Jones Dome. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Rams have no interest in signing Tim Tebow, Vince Young

On the heels of losing starting quarterback Sam Bradford for the remainder of the season after a devastating ACL injury, the St. Louis Rams will likely be in the market for a quarterback. You can apparently exclude both Tim Tebow and Vince Young from the search, this according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen who says the Rams have no interest in either:

Rams will look at a handful of quarterbacks but you can exclude Tim Tebow and Vince Young from that list.

Currently, Kellen Clemens (yes, that Kellen Clemens) is slated to start Week 8 for the Rams, though I question if they’ll be comfortable with that for the remainder of the season. I’d imagine that while Clemens will be given the immediate opportunity, it’ll only be for a few weeks.

While it’s not currently known what quarterbacks the Rams will workout/look into, the market isn’t exactly saturated so the pickings will be slim. They apparently won’t be so slim that Young or Tebow are given a call though.

The Rams and Clemens have a tough task in Week 8 as they’ll face the Seattle Seahawks.

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  • V. C. Evans Sr.

    A young, immature “starting” quarterback throws his pads into the stands because he did not want his coach to take him out of a game he thought he could still win… It is not what Vince Young did… It is what Jeff Fisher (his coach) did not do…
    The coach “PANICKED” when he should have used “PATIENCE” to help his young quarterback understand how to handle situations like this in the future….
    Say what you want, but I believe – Jeff Fisher turned his back on Vince Young a long time ago…
    Now you (Jeff Fisher) have a chance to make things RIGHT…. Bring in Vince Young…. He knows your offense… and he know how to win…. (31 and 19)….