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2016 Los Angeles Rams Radio Broadcast Lineup Announced

The Rams have assembled their radio broadcast teams.

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The 2016 Los Angeles Rams radio broadcast teams have been announced today.

For ESPNLA 710, J.B. Long will handle play-by-play duties, former NFL player Maurice Jones-Drew will provide analysis and former Rams DT D’Marco Farr will take on sideline reporting duties.

Long has previously worked for the Pac-12 Network, ESPN’s TV arm, Bright House Sports and the Big Ten Network.

Jones-Drew spent nine seasons in the NFL after starring at UCLA. He retired after the 2014 season and began contributing to the NFL Network.

Farr spent seven seasons with the Rams, retiring after the 2000 season.

Games will be simulcast on The Sound 100.3 on the FM dial as well as:

  • KKBZ/105.1 FM - Fresno, CA
  • KHTY/970AM - Bakersfield, CA
  • KBAD/920AM - Las Vegas, NV
  • KPLY/630AM - Reno, NV
  • ESPN/103.9FM - Palm Springs, CA
  • KTIE/590AM - Riverside/San Bernadino, CA
  • KWDJ/1360AM - Ridgecrest, CA
  • KSMA/1240AM - Santa Maria, CA
  • KMET/1490AM - Banning, CA

For the Spanish-language broadcasts, Mario Solis and Troy Santiago will call games together sharing play-by-play and analysis duties on ESPN Deportes 1330.

Solis is a sports reporter for NBC4 in Los Angeles, has worked as a Lakers Special Correspondent for Time Warner and has worked boxing matches for HBO Latino.

Santiago is a sports reporter for FOX Deportes.

The Spanish-language broadcasts will also air on:

  • KTMZ/1220 - Pomona
  • KWAC/1490 - Bakersfield
  • KGST/1600 - Fresno
  • KMJE/980 - Sacramento
  • KENO/1450 - Las Vegas
  • KCAL/1410 - Riverside/San Bernardino
  • KXLM/102.9FM/KOXR 910AM - Oxnard/Ventura