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Cardinals could be dangerous next season

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The Rams may have more than two dangerous teams to deal with next season

In his NFL debut, Kyler Murray faced a 24-6 deficit to the Detroit Lions early in the fourth quarter. Murray, a quarterback who only threw 519 passes in college and exactly one year earlier was facing off against Chip Kelly’s awful UCLA defense, led the Arizona Cardinals to 18 unanswered, including a touchdown and two-point conversion in the final minute to force overtime.

On the...

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SoFi construction worker tests positive for COVID-19

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Is there going to be a delay in the opening of the home of the Rams?

A construction worker on the SoFi Stadium project in Inglewood — the 2020 home of the LA Rams and LA Chargers — has tested positive for COVID-19 according to an email obtained by Jason B. Hirschhorn at SportsIllustrated’s ChargerReport. At this time there has been no information or comment as to whether or not this would delay the...

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Rams met with Tulsa’s Reggie Robinson

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One of the Rams’ biggest needs at this point time is another corner to play opposite Jalen Ramsey. With the loss of Nickell Robey-Coleman to the Eagles, there is also a need to fill that role, as well.

According to Justin Melo over at The Draft Wire, the Rams recently met with Tulsa cornerback Reggie Robinson. The 6’1, 206-pound corner was a four-year starter at Tulsa and topped his career with a First-Team All-American Athletic Conference...

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NFL Draft to go on as scheduled in April

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Public discussion on the decision to yield disciplinary action

Roger Goodell has made his stance loud and clear regarding this year’s NFL draft. In a memo sent Thursday evening to all 32 clubs, Goodell announced that this year’s NFL Draft will go on as planned from April 23-25.

Commissioner Goodell sent out a memo to NFL teams tonight that the draft will go on April 23-25. pic.twitter.com/tYlHo3fKqC

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 26,...

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Rams' path forward remains unclear following initial moves in free agency

The Rams lost Todd Gurley, Dante Fowler Jr., Cory Littleton, Clay Matthews, Nickell Robey-Coleman and Eric Weddle this offseason.

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Cooper Kupp hilariously explains Brandin Cooks’ cryptic tweet

NFL players sometimes use social media to send messages about their current mindset. They can signal that they’re unhappy with their current team, and maybe even want a trade. That’s what Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Brandin Cooks seemed to be doing Friday afternoon, when he posted a tweet that simply read “free me.” Naturally, that gained some notice, with many believing that Cooks was signaling his desire to leave the Rams. Not the case, according to teammate Cooper Kupp, who...

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Marqui Christian’s deal with Jets disappears

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Rams’ reserve DB back on the market

It’s been a weird day for the Rams.

First, they unexpectedly brought back lifetime Ram, defensive lineman Michael Brockers to a three-years deal. A week ago, Brockers was considered a former Ram, agreeing to terms with the Baltimore Ravens. After an issue with his ankle, the Baltimore deal blew up and Brockers quickly went back to the Rams the team that drafted him in the first round in...

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Cowboys sign former Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein?

Young GZ is headed to Dallas. On Friday, the Cowboys agreed to sign Greg Zuerlein, as Mike Garafolo of NFL.com tweets. The kicker will receive a three-year deal with a base value of $7.5 million. That marks a pay bump for Greg The Leg, who averaged about $1.6 million per year on his rookie contract with the Rams, with $2.3 million in base salary in the final year. Zuerlein will also get to reunite with his old special teams coach, John Fassel. In eight seasons with the Rams – split evenly...

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Greg Zuerlein signs with Dallas Cowboys

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The Rams are still looking for their KOTF

Former St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams kicker has signed with the Dallas Cowboys on a three-year, $7.5 million contract, per Mike Garafolo.

Sources: Former #Rams K Greg Zuerlein is headed to the #Cowboys, rejoining special teams coach John Fassel. Zuerlein gets a three-year deal with a base value of $7.5 million.

— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 27, 2020

The Cowboys have now signed two...

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Rams have met with Michigan State’s Raequan Williams

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Defensive tackle has pre-draft FaceTime meeting with the Rams

Per Justin Melo of The Draft Wire, the Rams have met with former Michigan State defensive tackle Raequan Williams.

You can definitely tell it’s been fairly recent given that the meeting was specifically noted to have taken place over FaceTime, one of the more popular platforms for video calls.

Michigan State DL Raequan Williams has held pre-draft FaceTime meetings with the #Patriots,...

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Michael Brockers re-signs with Rams after Ravens deal nixed

Michael Brockers isn’t going to the Ravens after all. On Friday, the Ravens announced that the deal is off. Then, Brockers did a U-Turn – he’ll return to the Rams on a three-year deal worth up to $31.5M, as Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. It’s a similar deal to his would-be Ravens contract, which was reported to be worth $30M over the course of three years. However, it’s worth noting that the Ravens were set to give him $21M fully guaranteed and the locked-in dollar amount of...

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Aaron Donald reacts to Rams signing Michael Brockers after Ravens deal fell through

Michael Brockers agreed to a hefty contract with the Baltimore Ravens over a week ago, but the defensive lineman will instead continue playing for the Los Angeles Rams in 2020. You can count Aaron Donald among those who are pleased the original deal fell through. Brockers agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal with the Ravens on March 16. However, there was talk this week that Baltimore had concerns over the 29-year-old’s physical and was exploring other options. The Ravens announced on...

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Brockers rejoins Rams after failed Ravens deal

After a deal with the Ravens fell through over concerns about his injured left ankle, defensive lineman Michael Brockers is returning to the Rams on a three-year deal, Brockers' agent confirmed to ESPN.

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Michael Brockers is headed back to the Rams

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Baltimore announced they won’t be signing the DT due to findings during his physical

It’s a little early for it, but Michael Brockers and the Ravens just screamed “April Fools!” in the face of football fans. After initially agreeing on a three-year, $30 million deal, Baltimore decided to rescind their offer after finding a potential problem with his ankle during during his physical.

After all this, the #Rams end up with their homegrown...

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Todd Gurley has fun at Rams’ expense

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Former Rams’ RB joins Chris Long’s podcast

A couple of St. Louis Rams teammates got together and the franchise was the butt of a joke.

Former Rams’ face-of-franchise Todd Gurley appeared on Chris Long’s Green Light podcast to discuss several things including his release by the Rams and joining the Atlanta Falcons.

Gurley and Long were teammates in St Louis in Gurley’s first season in the NFL and Long’s final season with...

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Todd Gurley considering changing jersey number for touching reason

New Atlanta Falcons running back Todd Gurley has worn No. 30 for his entire NFL career, but he could change it this year for a really touching reason. Gurley spent his first five NFL seasons as a member of the Los Angeles Rams but was released this offseason. It didn’t take him long to find a new home in Atlanta, landing with the Falcons on a one-year contract. No doubt, taking a different number for Ollison’s sake would go a long way toward building rapport with his new teammates....

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How the NFL has responded to coronavirus pandemic and what it means for the draft

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The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the NFL and that may cause significant complications for teams and players in the draft

Being at the onset of an offseason gave the NFL the “luxury” of not having to deal with the coronavirus outbreak that has forced virtually every sports league in the world to stop all festivities completely with basically no warning. The NFL has attempted to keep things as normal as possible over the last few weeks and...

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Eric Dickerson awkwardly doubles down on criticism of new Rams logo

Rams legend Eric Dickerson has made it abundantly clear that when it comes to the team’s new logo, he’s more than not a fan. In fact, it appears that he downright hates it. The Hall of Fame running back has now doubled down on his initial criticism of the logo by making a blunt and awkwardly unflattering comparison. Dickerson, who is the Rams’ vice president of business development, originally articulated his unhappiness with the new logo after its official unveiling on Monday. Taking...

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PFF calls Whitworth signing the Rams’ “best move” in free agency

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The Rams have been fairly underwhelming in free agency up to this. I mean, they’ve let guys walk for cap reasons, signed some guys to replace those that left, and re-signed one of their most-important pieces on the offensive line. I’m not so sure they’ve come out in the green but they also haven’t fallen too far into the red, either.

Linebacker Cory Littleton was always going to sign somewhere else because a there’s always...

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Rams help raise over $2 million for pandemic relief

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How you can also help out fellow Angelenos

Jared Goff, Andrew Whitworth, Johnny Hekker and other members of the Los Angeles Rams partnered with KABC to raise over $2.2 million in a “virtual Te’LA’thon” fundraiser to help with response efforts to the pandemic in Southern California. Per the official press release, the money will go to the United Way of Greater Los Angeles’ Pandemic Relief Fund and the LA Food Bank. I’ll post the links to...

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