OTA Wired: RB Coach Skip Peete (VIDEO) | Rams’ Official Site
Follow running backs coach Skip Peete as he is mic’d up for the sounds of Rams organized team activities.
NFL Summer Games, Running Back | NFL.com
American football isn't an Olympic sport -- yet. But with the world's best athletes set to compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio, we thought we'd get in on the fun by holding a medal competition at nine key positions.
Sneaky Strength for Every NFL Offense (In$ider) | ESPN
No Insider? No problem.
The Rams led the NFL with broken tackles on 13.2 percent of plays; they were third with 136 total broken tackles but ran many fewer plays than Minnesota or Seattle. Todd Gurley ranked sixth with 46 and Tavon Austin led wide receivers with 34. Benny Cunningham added 21, and his rate of one broken tackle every three touches was the best for any player in the league with at least 25 touches.
Top 10 Los Angeles Rams of All Time | Sports Lair
A top 10 list of Rams, to include current and former cities. That’s a lot of talent.
Ranking the NFC West’s Defensive Lines | Cards’ Wire
The Rams are loaded with talent along their D-line. But just where do they rank in a division known for their fierce defensive fronts?
Potential Seahawks, Rams Vacancies Would Be Heavily Pursued | Pro Football Talk
It’s way to early to think that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and G.M. John Schneider will voluntarily leave Seattle after the season or that Rams coach Jeff Fisher and G.M. Les Snead involuntarily will be asked to exit L.A. But...
Five Reasons to Give Jeff Fisher an Extension | Ramblin’ Fan
Despite failing to make the playoffs in his first four seasons, Jeff Fisher deserves an extension from the Los Angeles Rams.
Could Pete Carroll Become the Rams’ head coach in 2017? | Rams Wire
With Los Angeles Rams head coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead both staring at the final years of their contracts in 2016-17, much of the talk has been about whether or not the two will be re-signed by the team.
Eagles Coach Compares Bradford to Marino, Favre | CBS Sports
Doug Pederson's job is to develop Carson Wentz, but he seems pretty giddy about his current starter