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Random Ramsdom 8/4: Jared Goff Impressing at Training Camp. E.J. Gaines “Comes Up Lame”

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Rams Practice Report, 8/3 "Iron Sharpens Iron" | Rams’ Official Site

On Tuesday, the Rams staged their first full practice in pads. And by all accounts, the offense was the better of the units for that particular session. Los Angeles’ defense being full of competitors, head coach Jeff Fisher predicted the group might have a little extra in store for Wednesday.

Goff: I’m Trying to Continue to Learn and Stay Disciplined (VIDEO) | Rams’ Official Site

NFL Media's Andrew Siciliano and Kurt Warner sit down with Los Angeles Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff.

Goff Wants to Be Rams’ Starting Quarterback | Bleacher Report

Los Angeles Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff revealed that he wants to be the team's starter this season in an interview with Andrew Siciliano and Kurt Warner on the NFL Network.

Goff Improves on Day Four of Training Camp | L.A. Times



Wylie Grad Keenum Takes Pressure Off Goff at CampAssociated Press

While Goff had a crowd of more than 2,000 fans groaning when he fumbled the snap from under center and cheering on a long touchdown pass to undrafted rookie wide receiver Nelson Spruce, Keenum steadily took the starters through the Rams' first full practice in pads at UC Irvine on Tuesday.

Gaines Making Progress in Return From Foot Injury | CBS Los Angeles

Rams cornerback E.J. Gaines knows it could be a lot worse. Such as last year when he injured his foot during the first week of training camp, had surgery and missed the season. Or during offseason workouts, when he stood impatiently on the sideline in uniform but still not cleared to practice.

Versatility Makes Saffold a Valuable Commodity | OC Register

All of this relocation stuff is nothing new for Rams offensive lineman Rodger Saffold, who has done it on a near-annual basis. Saffold’s moves haven’t been from city to city, but merely within the line, from tackle to guard to back again.

Britt Wants to Catch on For Long Stay in L.A.L.A. Times

Off-season surgeries on his shoulder and his knee kept Rams receiver Kenny Britt mostly on the sidelines during organized team activities in June. So the eighth-year pro was eager to start working when training camp opened last week.

Rams’ WR Williams Looks the Part of Big-Time WeaponNBC 5 Irvine

The quest to find a dependable, durable, big-time weapon that can take the top off a defense and make plays in the red zone continues.

Enter Duke Williams.

Rookie Receivers Finding Their Footing With Rams | Ventura County Star

Rookie receiver Michael Thomas was so excited for his training camp debut last weekend that he couldn't focus on the football in flight.

Rams’ Training Camp Early Impressions | End Zone Score

The first week of training camp is well underway for the Los Angeles Rams. Fans are getting their first professional looks at players like Jared Goff, Pharoh Cooper, and Tyler Higbee. So far this first week has been a bit up and down.

Nick Foles Agrees to Terms with Chiefs | NFL.com

The Chiefs have agreed to terms with former Rams quarterback Nick Foles; setting up a possible reunion in the second week of preseason.

Projecting Hall of Famers for All 32 NFL Teams | ESPN

There are between 45 and 50 Hall of Famers suiting up to play at any one time in the NFL.

Triplet Rankings for All 32 NFL Teams | NFL.com

Dave Dameshek ranks all 32 NFL teams based off their trio of QB-RB-WR. Where do the Rams land on his list? About where you’d expect.

Sam Farmer Explains Why Chargers Shouldn’t Move to L.A.The Ringer

This November, voters are heading toward a tipping point, challenged to make a decision about how they see their future as a community. Nowhere is this more true than in San Diego, where voters will decide whether to follow through with plans for a new stadium for the Chargers.


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