- Condolences go out this morning to the family of former Rams center Rich Saul, who died Sunday after a battle with leukemia at the age of 64.
- Originally an 8th round pick of the Rams in 1970 out of Michigan State, Saul became a mainstay on the team’s offensive line for the next dozen years.
- Saul went to six consecutive Pro bowls from 1975-1981.
- Saul retired in 1981 while still playing at a high level.
- For the past nine years, Saul has fought leukemia until succumbing on Sunday. Former teammate and Rams legend Jack Youngblood tweeted the news to the world on Sunday afternoon: “We lost Rich Saul today. Our prayers are with Eileen and the kids. He knew who he was and where he was going. See you again, Richie.”
- Allow us to echo those sentiments in this space. All the best to Saul’s family and thanks to him for contributing so many great memories and moments to Rams history.
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