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Rams’ choice means Keim stays

Posted by Darren Urban on February 12, 2012 – 11:46 am

The St. Louis Rams finally chose a general manager Saturday, picking Les Snead from the Atlanta front office, meaning the Cardinals will keep their director of player personnel Steve Keim, who had interviewed for the job. The Rams had poked around the Cards a couple of times this offseason, also talking to defensive coordinator Ray Horton for their then-vacant head coaching job, but in the end, the Cards came out intact.

Keim, whose general manager candidacy chances aren’t going to end, has been important part of the Cards’ draft work for many years.


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15 Responses to “Rams’ choice means Keim stays”

  1. By Brent on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    Best news I’ve heard today.

  2. By Kurt on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    good news for the Cards but Steve and ray will probably be moving on in the short term

  3. By cdubbbb on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    Nah… If other teams can hold onto their people I don’t see why we can’t.

  4. By Scott H on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    Onward.

  5. By Darron on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    I hope neither of them leave but I think Horton will eventually be a head coach. I just hope he passes on his skills. Our defense at the end of last year was inpressive. Its never been. I am looking forward to next season.

  6. By azfancolo on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    Great news now lets get our offseason started. Great work Darren on all the articles.

  7. By CrazyLady25 on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    Steve Keim > Rod Graves = Steve Keim should be the Cardinals GM.

  8. By georgiebird on Feb 12, 2012 | Reply

    Darren,
    People on this site are truly drinking the kool-aid on Horton and Keim. Let’s face it- Warner lifted Keim’s boat, too. Keim has been with the Cardinals for 13 years- what has he done. Horton did a nice job at the end of last year of motivating the defense to play pretty good for a Cardinal defense.
    The last nine games of 2011 has put the kool-aid on free flow. And to think there wasn’t a convincing victory during the year.
    Sure we will lose Horton and Keim in the future- and the Peter Principle will live on because of it.
    All teams lose coaches and players but a few are able to keep the winning going despite the losses. The problem the Cardinals have is not keeping people of modest talent but rather, are they ridding themselves of “dead wood” as in Rod Graves and some of the overrated players.

  9. By Rugbymuffin on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    Awersome news. Lucky, but awesome.

  10. By Jeff Gollin on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    Gotta wonder whether the Rams were genuinely interested in Steve and Ray or if they were merely sniffing around to gain “free” intelligence.

  11. By Chuck 1 on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    It’s only good news that Keim is staying if he can finally decide to identify some top-flight OLinemen for Graves to sign.

    Otherwise, Kolb and Helter Skelter will be constantly harassed, hit and sacked.

  12. By Dylan on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    georgie-

    you are the biggest glass half empty person ever are you ever happy do you ever have hope for good things or do you just whine and complain about things hoping they will get better but do anything about it cause thats what it seems like

  13. By WildCard on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    Thank God

  14. By UK CARD on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    @ – Dylan.

    Good call,

    I’ve often wondered if we’ve had a bunch of 9er fan’s just tryin to wind us up!!

    I think 2012 will surpass my expectations of 2011, across the board following a off season, can’t wait til Flag!!

  15. By drummer-1 on Feb 13, 2012 | Reply

    @ Dylan

    He’s not even a glass half empty.. He looks for reasons just to say ‘ I told you so” or just one unhappy camper with his life..

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