Goff Finishes Week on a "Really Good Note" | Pro Football Talk
Case Keenum will start the Rams’ first game in Los Angeles since returning to the city when the Cowboys visit the Coliseum next Saturday, but it’s just a matter of time before first overall pick Jared Goff will be running the team’s offense.
From personal observation, & talking to others Paxton Lynch is the closest to "starter" ready, followed by Wentz, Goff a distant third.— Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) August 6, 2016
Rams’ Rookie Goff Shines in Scrimmage | ESPN
Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher had to catch himself. He has been so excited about the team’s return to the Coliseum Saturday, he forgot to mention the one player who clearly stood out.
Goff Continues to Make Progress During Rams Scrimmage at Coliseum | L.A. Times
He has yet to take a first-team snap in a training-camp practice.
He has not stared across the line of scrimmage at middle linebacker Alec Ogletree, felt pressure from two-time Pro Bowl tackle Aaron Donald or tried to fit a pass by franchise cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
But Rams rookie quarterback Jared Goff is making progress.
Jeff Fisher Family Day Presser, 8/6 (VIDEO) | Rams’ Official Site
Head coach Jeff Fisher talks to the media after the team’s Family Day at the Coliseum.
Photos: Rams’ Family Day | Rams’ Official Site
Check out Rams’ photographer Jeff Lewis’ best photos from Rams’ Family Day at the Coliseum.
A Game of Musical Chairs Awaits the Offensive Line | L.A. Times
As the Rams get to work at training camp at UC Irvine, we’ll take a look at the team’s roster, position by position. Today, the offensive line.
Johnson and Gaines in Prove-It Mode with the Secondary | L.A. Times
As the Rams get to work at training camp at UC Irvine, we’ll take a look at the team’s roster, position by position. Today, the defensive secondary.
Rams Legend Pace Joins Football Greats in Hall of Fame | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Orlando Pace was almost shy for much of his time with the St. Louis Rams. He never sought the spotlight or was the type to toot his own horn. He looked the part of the gentle giant.
Rams’ Change in Scheme Propelled Greene to Hall of Fame Career | L.A. Daily News
It’s almost most absurd to think about it now, what with Kevin Greene donning the iconic gold jacket signifying membership into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and his bust soon on display in Canton.
But back in the mid 1980s the rangy fifth-round pick from Auburn was so starved for playing time he was literally begging then Los Angeles Rams coach John Robinson for a chance to play.
The busts of Brett Favre, Kevin Greene, Eddie Debartolo Jr., Ken Stabler, Dick Stanfel, Orlando Pace, Tony Dungy and Marvin Harrison were unveiled. Here are the highlights from all of the speeches
Smallest Player on Defense Could Be Filling Some Big Shoes | L.A. Times
At 5-feet-8 and 184 pounds, cornerback Lamarcus Joyner is the smallest player on the Rams’ defense.
Enjoy the Rams Nostalgia While it Lasts | OC Register
The nostalgia will wear off at some point. Sooner or later the Rams will blend back into Los Angeles as if they never left for St. Louis and spent two decades away from the region they called home for nearly 50 years.
Rams Return to Coliseum to End First Week of Camp | Ventura County Star
The old team with the new stars emerged from a Coliseum tunnel wrapped in blue and white. The public address announcer roared "Touchdown, Los Angeles!" It may take some getting used to, but nearly 30,000 fans gathered Saturday afternoon to see it with their own eyes.
"Hard Knocks" Rams are Ready for Their Close-Up | L.A. Times
The legendary Steve Sabol, late president and cornerstone of NFL Films, used to say that the frantic process of producing "Hard Knocks" – the HBO show that takes viewers into the inner sanctum of an NFL training.
Rams’ Lynch Refuses to Be Ignored | OC Register
A year ago, there was one difference between graduate school and the NFL for Cameron Lynch.
Graduate school wanted him.