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Random Ramsdom 1/28: L.A. Rams News, Senior Bowl Reports, & A Jonas Brother Covers “Ram It"

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Senior Bowl Practice Report - Day 2 |  TheRams.com

If there’s one position in football that gets more attention than any other it’s quarterback. As the saying goes, the NFL is a QB-driven league, which is part of the reason why Carson Wentz has been the talk of the Senior Bowl this week.

Wentz:  "I want to prove I can play at this level" [VIDEO] |  TheRams.com

North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz talks about playing at a 1-AA school, dealing with a wrist injury his senior year of college and what he hopes to prove at the Senior bowl.

Donald, Gurley to Face Off In Pro Bowl |  ESPN

Defensive tackle Aaron Donald and punter Johnny Hekker are teammates on the Los Angeles Rams and will remain as such at Sunday’s NFL Pro Bowl. But there’s a third Ram in Hawaii who will be lining up across from his teammates and could find himself in the unenviable position of being pursued by Donald.

2015 All-NFC West Team [Offense] Includes Gurley, Havenstein |  Fox Sports

The Arizona Cardinals were an offensive powerhouse that came within one win of advancing to Super Bowl 50. Therefore, it’s hardly a surprise that that Cardinals dominated the NFC West All-Offensive Team with five selections. That left every other division team with two picks apiece. The envelope, please.

Three Reasons Why The Rams Will Win the West in 2016 |  LA Sports Hub

It all starts with leadership...

Evaluating Every NFL Franchise's Best Team:  ’99 Rams |  ESPN

Wagoner takes a look back at the Rams’ squad from 1999, which he deemed the best team in franchise history, just edging the team from 2001.

Ranking All 49 Super Bowls | Indy Star

The Super Bowl will celebrate its golden anniversary when the Carolina Panthers meet the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7. Hopefully this edition can earn a spot near the top of our list as we rank the first 49 Super Sundays

Rams’ Stadium Designed as a Destination |  Venues Today

When it opens for football season in the fall of 2019, the National Football League’s Rams stadium will be the first indoor/outdoor venue of its kind, with qualities and characteristics reflecting the team’s new home in the Los Angeles area.

A Jonas Brother Covers "Ram It" |  On Air With Ryan Seacrest