Fox Sports "Not only was Stedman Bailey's season cut short last November, but his life nearly ended. The Los Angeles Rams receiver was shot in the head less than five months ago in Miami, yet he's already working out and making his way to a return in 2016. Bailey was working out with fellow Rams and former..." April 12
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Four months after being shot twice in the head in a drive-by shooting, Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey is well on the way to recovery. But his status with the team remains undetermined, according to coach Jeff Fisher. "Sted is currently in the evaluation process, seeking numerous opinions..." March 25
ESPN "Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey's recovery from the two gunshot wounds to the head he suffered in late November has been mostly tracked via social media. Bailey has taken to Twitter and Instagram to post updates on moving around the hospital, being released from a recovery center..." February 10
The Score "St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey is out of the hospital and resting comfortably at home for the first time since a Nov. 24 shooting left him with two head wounds. Bailey appears to be progressing well after a lengthy surgery and several weeks in the hospital. The former..." December 24
ESPN "In the weeks that followed the shooting of wide receiver Stedman Bailey, news of his progress has come to the St. Louis Rams via a middleman. More often than not, that middleman was coach Jeff Fisher. But before Thursday night's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Fisher decided to eliminate..." December 19
TMZ "St. Louis Rams WR Stedman Bailey is making tremendous progress after being shot twice in the head last month -- walking and talking again and "getting back to himself" ... his agent tells TMZ Sports. We spoke with Tony Fleming ... who tells us Bailey is out of the ICU -- but is still..." December 15
Rams have officially place WR Stedman Bailey on the reserve/non-football injury list.
New York Post "Stedman Bailey, the Rams wide receiver who was shot twice in the head, has gone through what he described as a “miracle” recovery, but may never play football again. Coach Jeff Fisher said “there is that potential” Bailey will never play again, despite how fast he has recovered after undergoing..." December 09
Fisher said WR Stedman Bailey has been reinstated by league, his 4-game drug suspension lifted, and will be placed on NFI list.
Bleacher Report "St. Louis Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey commented publicly Friday for the first time since suffering two gunshot wounds to the head in the Miami area Nov. 25. Bailey was shot while sitting in a car with four others outside a home in the Miami area, police told R.B. Fallstrom of the..." December 05
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "At his Monday news conference at Rams Park, coach Jeff Fisher passed along some encouraging news about third-year wide receiver Stedman Bailey. Bailey, who was back home in the Miami area while serving a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on substance abuse, was shot late..." December 01
Black Sports Online "We all learned of the unfortunate news of Stedman Bailey this morning. It was reported that Bailey was shot in the head twice while sitting in a car in Miami. A random car pulled up next to the car he was in and opened fire. The victims were able to drive themselves to the hospital where the..." November 26
#Rams WR Stedman Bailey is out of surgery after several hours of extensive work. He'll be in the ICU for 3-5 days and doctors are hopeful.
#Rams WR Stedman Bailey was shot twice in the head while sitting in a car with 2 young relatives & his cousin. He is stable in a Miami ICU
Pro Football Talk "Rams receiver Stedman Bailey was shot Tuesday evening in Miami. A league source with knowledge of the situation has confirmed to PFT that rampant rumors of the incident are indeed true. Per the source, a statement from the Rams is expected within the next hour or so. The source was unable to..." November 25
Rams WR Stedman Bailey is being suspended four games for violating NFL’s Substance Abuse Policy, per league sources. Withdrew appeal today.
NFL.com "Why were the Rams working out Wes Welker on Monday? Here's why: St. Louis wideout Stedman Bailey has been slapped with a four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy on Monday, per a league spokesman. With just 182 yards off 12 grabs, Bailey ranks sixth among a Rams..." November 09
Sporting News "The No Fun League strikes again. The NFL last week fined Denver's Von Miller for his pelvic thrusts, and now the league is going after St. Louis receiver Stedman Bailey for using the football as a pillow after scoring a touchdown in Week 4. Obviously, Bailey was not pleased when he found out..." October 07
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "With the new NFL drug policy now in place, Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey is eligible to resume practice immediately and play in Sunday's home game against the Dallas Cowboys. Bailey had served two games' worth of a four-game suspension for violating league policy on performance-enhancing..." September 17
Rams hopeful new NFL drug agreement will lead to reduction or elimination of final 2 games of Stedman Bailey PED suspension.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "For someone who caught 210 passes in college, including 114 last season alone, you wouldn’t think a single reception would be much cause for excitement. Welcome to Stedman Bailey’s world. “Oh man, it was very exciting for me,” said Bailey, the rookie from West Virginia. “It was only a 12-yard..." November 10
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "In three seasons at West Virginia University Stedman Bailey caught 210 passes including 114 for 1622 yards and 25 touchdowns last season alone. In four games with the Rams the rookie wide receiver has yet to have a pass thrown his way — at least not by a quarterback. Bailey’s only chance to catch..." September 29