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  • Cooks: Jared Goff 'absolutely' the guy to lead Rams February 12, 2020
    Los Angeles Rams receiver Brandin Cooks says quarterback Jared Goff is "the guy" to lead the franchise back to the top of the NFC West. Cooks points to inconsistencies surrounding the QB.
    Patra, Kevin
  • Veteran DB Eric Weddle retires after 13 seasons February 6, 2020
    Veteran safety Eric Weddle has announced his retirement. Weddle, who spent the 2019 season with the Rams, took to Twitter Thursday to confirm his plans to call it a career after 13 seasons.
    Patra, Kevin
  • Inglewood's SoFi Stadium construction 85% complete January 23, 2020
    SoFi Stadium, the future home of the Los Angeles Chargers and Los Angeles Rams in Inglewood, California, is "more than 85% complete" and entering the final stages of construction.
    NFL.com
  • Rams hiring Kevin O'Connell as OC, Staley as DC January 11, 2020
    The Rams are hiring former Redskins offensive coordinator Kevin O'Connell as their offensive coordinator and Broncos outside linebackers coach Brandon Staley as their new defensive coordinator.
    Bergman, Jeremy
  • Roundup: Eric Weddle underwent meniscus surgery January 8, 2020
    Safety Eric Weddle had never undergone surgery while in the NFL until having his meniscus trimmed. The expected recovery time is a matter of weeks, not months. Will he be back with the Rams in 2020?
    Patra, Kevin
  • Rams to move on from Wade Phillips as DC January 6, 2020
    Wade Phillips' time in Los Angeles has come to an end. The Rams have informed the defensive coordinator that he will not be retained, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source informed.
    Shook, Nick
  • Les Snead: Todd Gurley wasn't same back in 2019 January 1, 2020
    Talking to the media on Tuesday, Rams general manager Les Snead admitted that running back Todd Gurley didn't perform as well as previously during a sometimes frustrating 2019.
    Shook, Nick
  • Clay Matthews, Rams bid farewell to L.A. Coliseum December 28, 2019
    A USC product with fond memories of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Clay Matthews will say good bye along with the rest of the Rams in their final home game at the venue.
  • Andrew Whitworth: 'My intention is to play' in 2020 December 22, 2019
    Rams LT Andrew Whitworth is being proactive about his future as his 14th season nears an end. The 38-year-old soon-to-be free agent told NFL Network's Michael Silver he wants to play next season.
    NFL.com
  • Sean McVay vows to be better in wake of disappointing season December 22, 2019
    Sean McVay was proud of his Rams squad for battling to a 34-31 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, but the head coach admitted he was sickened from missing out on the postseason and vowed to be better.
    Silver, Michael
  • Rams QB Jared Goff (hand) set to play vs. 49ers December 18, 2019
    Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay says quarterback Jared Goff (hand) will be good to go for this week's matchup against the San Francisco 49ers.
    Patra, Kevin
  • Sean McVay on using Gurley more: 'Not being an idiot' December 5, 2019
    Todd Gurley has rushed for at least 95 yards and a touchdown in two of his last three games. His coach Sean McVay said he doesn't regret not using the Rams running back more early on in the season.
    Patra, Kevin
  • Ramsey goes after Marcus Peters after Ravens' win November 26, 2019
    After the Ravens' 45-6 victory on Monday night, Baltimore cornerback Marcus Peters and Los Angeles Rams counterpart Jalen Ramsey exchanged words in the Coliseum tunnel.
    Shook, Nick
  • Rams' playoff hopes dip after embarrassing 'MNF' loss November 26, 2019
    At 6-5, the Los Angeles Rams are still in the playoff hunt. But their crushing 39-point loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football has put them in a precarious spot with five games to go.
    NFL.com

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