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Aaron Donald Is Digging In Aaron Donald Is Digging In

The Los Angeles Rams’ aggressive offseason—timed to coincide with a quarterback on his rookie deal and with a crucial period to sell personal seat licenses—continued with the recent signings of wideout Brandin Cooks and running back Todd Gurley to lucrative contract extensions. Nonetheless, the Rams held their first…

What Does Todd Gurley's New Contract Mean For Le'Veon Bell? What Does Todd Gurley's New Contract Mean For Le'Veon Bell?

The Steelers’ veteran players report for training camp today. Running back Le’Veon Bell will not be among them.

Sean McVay's Memory Is So Damn Scary  Sean McVay's Memory Is So Damn Scary 

NFL coaches are supposed to have a solid memory. It’s almost a prerequisite for the position. Rams head coach Sean McVay, the youngest head coach in the league, takes that quality to another level. During an interview with Bryant Gumbel of HBO’s Real Sports, the 32-year-old coach showed off his incredible memory:

St. Louis Jury Sticks Rams With $12.5 Million Bill For Reggie Bush's "Concrete Ring Of Death" Injury St. Louis Jury Sticks Rams With $12.5 Million Bill For Reggie Bush's "Concrete Ring Of Death" Injury

St. Louis’s Edward Jones Dome—now the Dome at America’s Center—was a piece of crap football stadium for many reasons, just one of which was a wide warning track of concrete that ran around the stands and presented a hazard for be-cleated football players whose actions and momentum occasionally carried them onto its…

Aaron Donald Looks Extremely Dense Aaron Donald Looks Extremely Dense

Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is listed at 6-foot-1 and 280 pounds, which is a little short and light for his position. Still, he’s the NFL’s reigning defensive player of the year, and he’s absolutely built:

Why The Rams Are Going For It Right Now Why The Rams Are Going For It Right Now

The Los Angeles Rams have been rather aggressive this offseason. By signing Ndamukong Suh and making several trades—the latest being Tuesday’s big deal with the Patriots for wideout Brandin Cooks—the Rams have made significant upgrades to a roster that won 11 games and an NFC West title last season. They’re all in.

The Rams Get Richer, Trade For Brandin Cooks The Rams Get Richer, Trade For Brandin Cooks

The New England Patriots spent a first- and third-round pick to get Brandin Cooks from the Saints last offseason, and now they’ve dealt the receiver (along with a fourth-round pick) to the Rams in exchange for a first- and sixth-rounder. That was fast!

Reports: Broncos Trade Aqib Talib To Rams Reports: Broncos Trade Aqib Talib To Rams

The question of what the Broncos will do with Aqib Talib is finally settled—after weeks of speculation, Denver has reportedly traded the veteran cornerback to the Rams in exchange for a fifth-round pick, as first reported by NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and James Palmer.

Jeff Fisher Must Be Arrested And Tried For His Crimes Against Football Jeff Fisher Must Be Arrested And Tried For His Crimes Against Football

Back in November, when the Los Angeles Rams revealed themselves as a legitimately formidable and dominant team, a significant share of the success seemed like it could be credited to simply getting rid of head coach and possible quarterback poisoner Jeff Fisher. Since then, it is clear that I was too lenient on Fisher.

The Falcons' Defense Is Finding Itself At Just The Right Time The Falcons' Defense Is Finding Itself At Just The Right Time

For much of this season, it’s been difficult to take the Atlanta Falcons seriously. After a 3-0 start, they lost back-to-back home games to the Bills and Dolphins before getting thumped by the Patriots, by which time the hangover from 28-3 had reached the coffee-and-aspirin phase. Their offense, even with all that…

How The Rams Suddenly Created The NFL's Scariest Offense How The Rams Suddenly Created The NFL's Scariest Offense

Sean McVay is rightfully getting a great deal of credit for transforming the Los Angeles Rams from perennial throw-rugs into the champions of the NFC West. As the Rams prepare to host to the Atlanta Falcons on Saturday night—the prodigal franchise’s first home playoff game in L.A. proper in 39 years—here’s a question…

Cultural References In This NFL.com Sean McVay Profile, Ranked Cultural References In This NFL.com Sean McVay Profile, Ranked

The longtime Sports Illustrated writer Michael Silver works for the NFL now, and it appears that his editors there are finally allowing him to live his dream of writing like a prestigious version of Bill Simmons circa 2002. His lengthy profile of Rams head coach Sean McVay is packed with more pop culture references…

The Rams Took A Sledgehammer To Seattle In The First Half The Rams Took A Sledgehammer To Seattle In The First Half

In their first matchup of the season back in October, Seattle beat the L.A. Rams 16-10. Sean McVay’s team must have learned something since that encounter, because in the first half of today’s Rams-Seahawks game, Los Angeles pummeled Seattle off the field, shutting them out 34-0 at their own notoriously intimidating…

Things Eagles Fans Said Outside The L.A. Coliseum About Carson Wentz’s Injury Things Eagles Fans Said Outside The L.A. Coliseum About Carson Wentz’s Injury

LOS ANGELES — I knew it as soon as I saw Carson Wentz walking to the tunnel. The Eagles had just scored a touchdown to take the lead. The Coliseum, which had to be about 40 percent Eagles fans, was rocking. But from Row 93 I spotted it. Wentz was walking to the tunnel with a towel over his head.

FOX Is Seeking Los Angeles-Area Actors Who Can Pretend To Be Rams Fans FOX Is Seeking Los Angeles-Area Actors Who Can Pretend To Be Rams Fans

If you live in Los Angeles and can convincingly portray a Los Angeles Rams fan, you’re in luck: FOX is looking for people with exactly your unique and rare skill set to pretend to be Rams fans during Sunday’s Rams home game. Set in a fictional world where anyone in Los Angeles gives a shit about the Rams or Chargers,…

Coby Fleener Stayed On The Field After This Helmet-To-Helmet Hit

The Saints’ Coby Fleener took the textbook definition of a helmet-to-helmet hit on a defenseless receiver from Blake Countess in the fourth quarter of the Rams-Saints game, but despite the apparent damage caused, Fleener got right back up.

The Vikings Locked Down The Rams The Vikings Locked Down The Rams

So far this season, only one team had held the Los Angeles Rams to fewer than 20 points—the Seattle Seahawks. Since that blip of a loss in Seattle, though, the Rams had continued to put up points at a rate unmatched by any other NFL team, scoring 27, 33, 51, and 33 points in their past four games.

Jared Goff's Audibles Include "Ric Flair" And "Tupac"

Rams QB Jared Goff was mic’d up during the team’s 33-7 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday, which allowed everyone to learn some of L.A.’s audibles. Head coach Sean McVay and his coaches seem to have chosen a celebrity-heavy assortment. Here they are, courtesy of USA Today’s Cameron DaSilva:

We'll Never Know The Full Extent Of Jeff Fisher's Crimes Against Football We'll Never Know The Full Extent Of Jeff Fisher's Crimes Against Football

The Rams are 6-2 and in first place in their division. Todd Gurley, who looked possessed by the spirit of Trent Richardson last season, is a fringe MVP candidate this year. Jared Goff no longer looks like butt. The team is solid, but the offense in particular has been outstanding. It’s been quite a turnaround:

The Giants Gave Up A Touchdown On Third And 33 The Giants Gave Up A Touchdown On Third And 33

It doesn’t get any easier for a defense than third and 33. Play as conservative as possible, keep everyone in front of you, and there’s no way the offense should be able to gain all they need.

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