Tim Barnes (photo/St. Louis Rams)

Tim Barnes (photo/St. Louis Rams)

The Rams practiced in front of over 2,200 fans for the team’s third training camp practice on Sunday evening.  Quarterback Sam Bradford was on the money with great passes and connected on touchdown throws to Brian Quick, Kenny Britt and Jared Cook.  Snapping the ball to Bradford was former Missouri Tiger Tim Barnes.

Barnes was dropped to second team on Saturday as the team gave Barrett Jones a chance at center with the number one unit.  Head coach Jeff Fisher said that Barnes and Jones will rotate at the number one center position until starter Scott Wells returns from an injury.

The Rams will put on full pads today and the public will get their first look at full drills on Tuesday afternoon.  Plus, over the weekend, Fisher talked about Michael Sam

(On DE Michael Sam’s presence around the quarterbacks today)
“I didn’t get to see it, I was with the 7-on-7 but I heard. He’s improving. Mike’s doing a great job. (Defensive Line) Coach (Mike) Waufle…with his hand usage and placement things and so, he’ll just keep working at it.”

(On if Sam reporting to camp weighing less has helped)
“He made his weight. He was in really good shape when he came in. We don’t have a lot of depth up there, he is getting plenty of reps.”