ST. LOUIS (AP) - Robert Quinn set a St. Louis Rams record and led the NFC with 19 sacks last season.
The challenge this season is to do even better.
The defensive end was second overall in the NFL, a half-sack behind the Colts' Robert Mathis, and also was second in the league with seven forced fumbles. He has a number in mind for 2014, but is keeping it private.
The Rams view the 6-foot-4, 265-pound Quinn as still ascending. Though he's entering his fourth season, he's only 24 after leaving North Carolina early.
Plus, this season he'll have Gregg Williams pushing for more. Williams is a proven commodity as a defensive coordinator.
The Rams began their second training camp workout in 99-degree heat, about a 20-degree hike from the first day.
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