St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Financially speaking, cornerback Cortland Finnegan was a free-agent bust. The Rams gave Finnegan a five-year deal for $50 million, and though he didn't get all of that loot, the contract did include $27 million in guarantees. (Finnegan collected much of that $27 million, but frankly I'm..." March 06
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan does not have surgery scheduled at this time for a fractured orbital bone below his left eye. And contrary to initial indications, it looks like Finnegan will not need surgery. In other words, the fracture will heal on its own. Finnegan’s rehab work is going very..." January 09
ESPN.com "St. Louis Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan chose to play three game with a fractured orbital bone behind his left eye and blurred peripheral vision. For a player who has made a career based on toughness, Finnegan simply couldn't help himself. "I’m stubborn," Finnegan said. "I wanted to..." November 28
Rams activate rookie safety T.J. McDonald from injured reserve/designated for return list. Corner Corland Finnegan (eye) placed on IR.
After being limited all week in practice, Finnegan did not practice Sat. but got treatment instead.
Detroit Free Press "Cortland Finnegan got an up-close look at how good Calvin Johnson was last year, not that he needed any reminders. Johnson caught six passes for 111 yards in a Week 1 win against the Rams, and Finnegan said at the Nate Burleson-Stephen Tulloch charity softball game today he wasn’t the least bit..." June 09