ST. LOUIS — Like most overseas travelers, St. Louis Rams coach Jeff Fisher is concerned about jet lag.
The Rams (3-4) departed early Monday evening for London, England, where they'll play the New England Patriots (4-3) at noon Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
"Our biggest challenge is just acclimating to the time change and the long flight," Fisher said. "We had a lengthy meeting in here just moments ago and they're all excited. They know the challenges associated with going 'across the pond,' as they say, and they're looking forward to it."
Fisher said he'll try to follow the normal schedule for practice and meetings during the trip, which also will allow the players some free time.
weight lifting and training machines back at Rams Park because they'll be training at facility used by the English soccer club, the Arsenal.
Rams owner Stan Kroenke owns the Arsenal.
"We get to train at the Arsenal facility and so that is completely self-contained," Fisher said. "But we're taking, administratively, we take the entire system -- our network, the iPads for game planning."
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