Coples Among 14 Released by Rams | L.A. Times
Tuesday afternoon is the deadline to trim NFL rosters from 90 to 75 players. Rams Coach Jeff Fisher and his staff got most of their work done Monday, waiving 13 players and terminating the contract of defensive lineman Quinton Coples.
Rams Make 14 Cuts Before Deadline to 75 | L.A. Times
The Rams cut 14 players Monday to reduce their roster ahead of Tuesday’s 75-man roster deadline
Rams’ Practice Report 8/29: Hav Returns | Rams’ Official Site
Training camp and the preseason are winding down, but at long last, Monday marked the first practice for one of the Rams’ starting offensive linemen.
The Los Angeles Rams must cut their roster to 75 by 4 p.m. ET Tuesday and to 53 by 4 p.m. ET Saturday. Here’s a final 53-man roster projection
Rookie tight end Tyler Higbee lined up on the outside for 11 of the Los Angeles Rams' snaps in Denver on Saturday. He was isolated on five of those. On two others, he was part of a trips formation. And on four others, he was stationed between two receivers spread out wide.
Ogletree Encouraged by Rams’ Defensive Performance | L.A. Times
Middle linebacker Alec Ogletree was visibly frustrated after the Rams surrendered first-drive touchdowns against the Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs.
Jeff Fisher’s profound respect for the national anthem was noticeable during a recent episode of HBO’s "Hard Knocks", which aired footage of a team meeting in which the Los Angeles Rams coach walked his players through the proper way to salute the flag before games.
Los Angeles Rams defensive end Robert Quinn didn’t leave Denver without a souvenir.
Austin Gets Extension from Rams for the Wrong Reason | L.A. Sports Hub
Tavon Austin impressed the Los Angeles Rams enough to be given a four year contract extension valued at $42 million.
Hard Knocks Returns Tuesday With Cut Week | Inquisitr
In what’s already been a thrilling summer, HBO’s Hard Knocks returns Tuesday night with two challenges for the Los Angeles Rams. The team faces the first week of cuts and visiting a state where it’s legal to buy weed.
Rams Boost KCBS Rating Despite Loss to Broncos | L.A. Business Journal
Win or lose, the Los Angeles Rams can count on both great weather and devoted fans in Southern California.