Rams’ Front Office Tries to Hold Together United Front | Ventura County Star
Jeff Fisher and Les Snead don’t go hunting and fishing together. Although, Snead qualified on Friday morning, that’s because “I’m the only guy from Alabama who doesn’t hunt and fish.”
Fisher, Snead Talk Openly About So-Called “Toxic Relationship” | NBC Los Angeles
Sometimes the most toxic people in your life are disguised as your family.
Fisher Is on the Hunt For Source of Anonymous Leaks | Washington Post
After signing two-year extension along with general manager Les Snead, Fisher is having to refute reports of discord between he and Snead, saying on Friday, “We’ll find out where it’s coming from.”
Snead Defines Relationship with Fisher as “Really Good” | ESPN
Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead and coach Jeff Fisher “don’t go hunting and fishing together.” Snead said as much on Friday morning, in the wake of reports describing ongoing tension between the two, and immediately realized how that statement would play.
Burden of Carrying Rams’ Offense Too Heavy For Gurley | Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Rams, on their return to Los Angeles, were hoping to lean heavily on running back Todd Gurley, the former Georgia star. But that burden, in part because of poor quarterback play, has been too heavy for him.
X-Factor: Rams’ LB Alec Oglegree | Atlanta Journal-Consitutution
Ogletree, who has 80 tackles and one interception, will be the X-factor when the Falcons face the Rams.
Where Are They Now? with Nolan Cromwell | Rams’ Official Site
Nolan Cromwell played for the Los Angeles Rams from 1977-87. During his career he recorded 37 interceptions, which is the second-highest total in franchise history. The Rams drafted Cromwell in the second round (31st overall) in the 1977 NFL Draft.
Rams’ CB, ex-Griz, was Chairman of the Board Game | L.A. Times
Years before earning an NFL salary of nearly $14 million, Trumaine Johnson spent hours buying and selling houses and hotels.
Rams Can Draw Celebrities if They Stay Out of Their Own Way | ESPN
It was only a 60-second video, taken as a selfie, appearing somewhat grainy and posted on Instagram. But it was incendiary.