Rams Minicamp Features 'Big Name' Longshots
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Jake Long's kid brother didn't bother staying close to the phone during the NFL draft. Neither did Bobby Hebert's son.
The St. Louis Rams' two-day rookie minicamp served as orientation for the team's 10 draft picks, some of them pegged for immediate duty and all of them secure in the knowledge they'll at least be around for the start of training camp.
Among the rest of the 39 players in camp were two with a strong football pedigree who are eager to live up to the family name but are forced to claw their way onto the roster.
Joe Long, an offensive tackle from Division-II Wayne State, and T. Bob Hebert, an offensive guard out of LSU, both were overjoyed to get the chance to sign as undrafted free agents.