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Random Ramsdom 11/3: L.A. Rams News, Midseason All-Pros, and Advice for Cam Newton

Cam Newton had a “great discussion” with Commissioner Roger Goodell...and the Los Angeles Rams’ defense couldn’t care less.

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Will Hayes: Cam Newton Needs to Slide Faster | ESPN

Los Angeles Rams defensive end William Hayes has some advice for Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, who has grown frustrated by absorbing an inordinate amount of late hits that do not get flagged.

Cam Newton Says He Had a “Great Discussion” With Goodell | Pro Football Talk

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was not happy after Sunday’s game, saying he’s repeatedly taking illegal hits and the league isn’t doing anything to stop it. But after talking to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Newton feels a little better about the situation.

Go Time Has Arrived for the Rams | O.C. Register

The next four games could be critical for the Rams and Coach Jeff Fisher

The Rams Are Still Trying to Win Over Hearts and Minds in L.A. | The Ringer

How does an “expansion team with roots” build a fan base?

Panthers at Rams: Betting Odds, Analysis, NFL Pick | Bleacher Report

The Carolina Panthers (2-5) will attempt to win consecutive games for the first time this year when they visit the Los Angeles Rams (3-4) as small road favorites.

Ranking the NFL’s Running Back Units | Pro Football Focus

As we reach the midpoint of the season, it’s time to focus in on the ground attack for all 32 NFL rosters. Through eight weeks of play, which teams field the best running back units?

Mid-Season All Pro Defense |

Chris Wesseling highlights the NFL’s best defensive players at the midway point of the 2016 season. You’ll find a familiar name in there. I’d link the offensive side of the ball, but you wouldn’t find any Rams in why read it?

Fisher Doubles Down on Keenum and Rams’ O-Line | Cover 32 Rams

Nothing to see here Rams fans, because Jeff Fisher all but said so. In Los Angeles, votes of confidence have been issued for Case Keenum AND his offensive line.