December 2005
Sporting News;12/9/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 49, p49
This article presents an interview with rugby football player Steven Jackson. Jackson belongs to the St. Louis Rams football team in the U.S. He has stirred a debate about whether the team should move toward more of a run-based offense. Jackson says that he does not think as much as he used to think last year, and he makes sure that he knows his responsibilities. He says that Marshall Faulk and he are friends on and off the field. He says that Faulk is a great person. He says that he does not let one key guy dictate the way he runs or the way he approaches the game.


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