Jeff Fisher’s recent comments revealed a giant riff between coaches and personnel, with both sides bickering about who’s to blame for the team’s failings.
Goff Excused From Wednesday Practice with Illness | Rams’ Official Site
Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff was absent from Wednesday’s practice after coming down with an illness. But, according to head coach Jeff Fisher, Goff should still be in solid position to start and play well on Sunday.
Julio Jones, quite possibly the game’s greatest receiver, has turf toe, and there’s a belief that the wise, pragmatic thing would be for Atlanta to let him rest for at least a week or two. The Los Angeles Rams’ likely response: “Yes, please.”
The Rams offense, stricken by a chronic case of lethargy and ineffectiveness throughout the season, suffered another mild setback Wednesday
Will Fisher, Snead Choose Self-Preservation Over Unified Front? | O.C. Register
At this point, very little about Jeff Fisher’s situation with the Rams surprises us anymore. Not sure if that’s a good thing or bad, either.
Snead Says Extension Signifies “Unfinished Business” | Fox Sports
The Los Angeles Rams have endured yet another disappointing season at the hands of Jeff Fisher, sitting at 4-8 and staring a sub-.500 year in the face once again. That didn’t stop the team from extending both Fisher and general manager Les Snead, however.
Fisher’s Contract Extension Ensure Rams Go Nowhere Fast | Global Times
As the 2016 NFL regular season enters its final month, head coaches whose teams have underperformed will be given pink slips.
The Rams re-upped both the head coach and general manager responsible for 31 wins in 76 games
Is Matt Ryan a Best-Case Projection for Goff? | O.C. Register
On Sunday, the Rams will try to beat the Falcons (7-5) and quarterback Matt Ryan, the most oft-cited pre-draft comparison for rookie Jared Goff.
Los Angeles Rams receiver Kenny Britt was asked what it would mean to reach 1,000 yards, and his eyes lit up.
Trumaine Johnson is now the Los Angeles Rams’ primary cornerback, but he hasn’t spent much time shadowing an opposing team’s No. 1 receiver this season.