ESPN.com "Four games into the season the St. Louis Rams have tried almost every possibility on the roster in the on-going effort to replace running back Steven Jackson. Daryl Richardson has been the primary starter. Isaiah Pead and Benny Cunningham have gotten repetitions as the backup. The three..." October 03
Rams RB Isaiah Pead is inactive according to @jthom1.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "After serving his one-game suspension for violating the NFL’s substance-abuse policy Rams running back Isaiah Pead returned to practice on Wednesday. And with starter Daryl Richardson sitting out Pead got plenty of work. “Under that specific suspension (Pead was) allowed in the building just..." September 12
Fox Sports Midwest "Isaiah Pead says he hasn't been able to show it yet the electricity and explosion the speed and vision that made him a Cincinnati star. "I don't think my best abilities have came out by any means" he said Friday. But the question about the running back St. Louis used its fourth draft pick on..." August 16
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "After a disappointing rookie season that basically amounted to a redshirt year, Isaiah Pead must take another step back before he tries to move forward with his NFL career. The second-year running back from the University of Cincinnati was suspended for the opening game of the 2013 regular season..." June 08
Rams issue statement on RB Isaiah Pead being suspended first game of 2013 season for violating NFL policy on substance abuse
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Brian Quick and Isaiah Pead were chosen by the Rams in the second round of the 2012 NFL draft. Quick, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound receiver with speed and big-play potential out of Appalachian State, was the first pick on the draft’s second day (No. 33 overall). Not long after that, with pick No. 50,..." May 26
Turf Show Times "Last season, the St. Louis Rams drafted Isaiah Pead in the second round with their third pick . Many fans were shocked, and some felt that the Rams "reached" for Pead. But after the draft, reports came out that the Rams viewed Pead as a successor to Steven Jackson and not just a change-of-pace..." February 25