Benefiting From Break, G-Rob Expected To be Back at LT | Rams’ Official Site
Earlier in the week, Rams head coach Jeff Fisher made the decision to temporarily replace the left tackle in the lineup with Rodger Saffold. As Fisher termed it, Robinson just needed the time off. While the young lineman clearly has ability, the mental mistakes and costly penalties had just piled up.
G-Rob Says All He Can Do is Focus On Getting Better | O.C. Register
The Rams are counting on a “rebooted” Greg Robinson. Version 2.0, perhaps, of the struggling left tackle. To all this talk of renewal, Robinson basically shrugged.
Finally, Greg Robinson was coming back home. The Los Angeles Rams' left tackle was born and raised in Thibodaux, Louisiana, about 60 miles from New Orleans.
Robinson: "My mom and grandma didn't get to see me play back home, and I don’t know when will be the next time I'll be back in the dome."— Gary Klein (@LATimesklein) December 1, 2016
If you're desperate for positive news amid a Los Angeles Rams season that appears to be spiraling, know this: Jeff Fisher has been outscored by the New England Patriots 104-7 in his last two games against them.
Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher said he is “not concerned” about his job even though so much negativity has surrounded him during the team’s 4-7 season.
Chris Long Holds “No Bitterness” Towards Rams | O.C. Register
Chris Long went eight long years without even seeing a .500 season. Switching teams, then, offered a bit of fresh air.
Troy Hill, a cornerback for the Los Angeles Rams, was arrested on suspicion of DUI at around 8 a.m. PT on Nov. 19, when his Mercedes-Benz swerved across multiple lanes and crashed into the back of a semitrailer, according to multiple reports.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick’s over-the-top praise of Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker in his Wednesday morning news conference will garner headlines for obvious reasons, as he called Hekker as good of a weapon as he has ever seen at that position in his 42 years of coaching.
Jeff Fisher is all but assured his fifth losing season as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams. But Kevin Demoff, the Rams’ chief operating officer, doesn’t feel that Fisher’s 4-7 record this season is the only measure of his abilities as a coach.
Stanford coach David Shaw visited Rams. pic.twitter.com/kSIZW4Ee8U— Gary Klein (@LATimesklein) December 1, 2016