St. Louis Rams Will Fire Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney [Insider Report]

The front office of the St. Louis Rams will shake things up a bit in the coming days by firing both head coach Steve Spagnuolo and general manager Billy Devaney according to a source close to the club.

Insiders are predicting that the announcement will come either Monday or Tuesday after Spagnuolo’s three seasons with the Rams produced a horrendous 10-38 record.

The St. Louis Rams lost their final game of the season 34-27 against rivals the San Francisco 49ers, ending their season in a tie with the Indianapolis Colts who were also 2-14. The Colts however received the No. 1 NFL draft pick in return for their lack of wins.

The St. Louis Rams looked to have been improving last year with a six-win improvement however by the end of the 2011 season Edward Jones Dome sat with 55,990 in attendance, 9,000 shy of capacity.

Even with those attendance numbers reported the stadium appeared less than half full with most fans leaving before the second half had time to really get underway.

After Sunday’s loss there appeared to be no talk from Spagnuolo of a possible exit as he led on in a positive manner about next season and the hopes he had for the St. Louis Rams. In response to questions about whether this Sunday was his final game he said:

“I don’t go there. I think you know me well enough … In the middle of that game, in the fourth quarter as exciting as it was? Nah.”

Do you think the Rams front office needs to fire Steve Spagnuolo and Billy Devaney in order to shake things up inside their organization?

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