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Random Ramsdom, 11/2: Rams Return to Practice in Good Spirits, Better Health

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Fresh off a Week 8 bye, a rested, healthier Los Angeles Rams squad turn their attention to Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers

St Louis Rams v Carolina Panthers Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

After the Bye, Rams Prep for Panthers | Rams’ Official Site

After four consecutive days off for the bye week, the Rams were back at the facility for meetings on Monday, and their first practice of the week on Tuesday.

Gregg Williams vs Cam Newton: Week 9’s Worst Nightmare | Sporting News

The NFL better have its fines and flags ready for when and where Cam Newton plays next.

Rams Won’t Hold Back Against Cam Newton | L.A. Times

Cam Newton complained about alleged illegal hits and his voice presumably reverberated all the way to the NFL commissioner’s office. Not that the Rams seem to care all that much.

Rams Return to Practice in Good Spirits, Better Health | O.C. Register

The belly laughs and hoots coming from the locker room Tuesday indicated that the wounds from the Rams’ three-game losing streak have healed. The proof will arrive Sunday.

Is Jeff Fisher Extension Still on the Table? | ESPN

Alden Gonzalez answered some lingering questions, touching on three essential topics for the Rams: Jared Goff versus Case Keenum, Jeff Fisher’s extension and Todd Gurley’s production.

Jamon Brown Hoping to Play Sunday, Despite Broken Bone in Hand | O.C. Register

The day after the Rams arrived in London this month, offensive lineman Jamon Brown volunteered to attend a community event and played with area children. Before the end of the week, Brown had his arm in a sling.

Goff Not Playing Has More Than a Few Layers for Rams | Cover 32 Rams

As the bye week wraps and players get back on the field, the Los Angeles Rams still have a controversy of sorts at the quarterback position.

Rams’ O-Line Not Being Utilized Correctly | Rams Wire

This Los Angeles Rams offensive line is not as bad as most think, but they continue to be utilized incorrectly by head coach Jeff Fisher.