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Random Ramsdom, 9/16: Brockers Gets $33M Extension...Are Fisher, Snead Next?

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Rams Lock Up Brockers. Fisher and Snead Next? | ESPN

The Los Angeles Rams officially locked up Michael Brockers on Tuesday, signing the fifth-year defensive tackle to a deal that is worth upward of $33 million and will keep him in the books through the 2019 season.

Rams Sign Brockers to Three-Year Extension | L.A. Times

Brockers and the Rams reached agreement on terms of the extension earlier this week. The extension keeps the 25-year-old under contract through the 2019 season.

No Sense Rushing Into an Extension with Fisher | L.A. Daily News

At the beginning of training camp last month Jeff Fisher told Vinny Bonsignore he planned to be the coach of the Rams for a long, long time.

Fisher Has Done Nothing to Warrant a Contract Extension | Inquisitr

Jeff Fisher is in the midst of his fifth season with the Los Angeles Rams, and his record during that time is 27-37-1, with his best record coming in 2012 when the Rams went 7-8-1.

Practice Report, 9/15: Brockers Happy To Stick With Rams’ | Rams’ Official Site

Sometimes, it’s good to stay in your comfort zone. That’s the sentiment defensive tackle Michael Brockers expressed after practice on Thursday afternoon — the same day the club announced Brockers had agreedto a three-year extension to keep him around through the 2019 season.

The Rams are Back, but Los Angeles Hasn’t Changed | ESPN

Homecomings can be joyous. But they can also be awkward, with a period of adjustmentby all involved.

Rams Receive Permits to Dig at Inglewood Site | L.A. Times

The Rams are going down this fall. And they’re happy about it. They’ve gotten the permits from Inglewood to begin excavating their stadium site, and their developers plan to begin the big dig in the next two or three months for a venue that will be sunk at least 100 feet into the ground.

Excavation for New Stadium Could Start in 2-3 Months | L.A. Times

Developers expect to start excavation for the Rams’ $2.6-billion Inglewood stadium in the next two to three months.

Dickerson Wanted More Preseason Time For Gurley | ESPN

The San Francisco 49ers loaded up the box close to the line of scrimmage throughout their Monday night game against the Los Angeles Rams, daring quarterback Case Keenum to throw and barely letting Gurley breathe.

Rams to Wear Throwback Uniforms in Home Opener vs. Seahawks | L.A. Times

The Rams are reaching back for an extra dose of inspiration for Sunday’s home opener against the Seattle Seahawks.

Pete Carroll Has Looked Forward to Return to Coliseum | ESPN

It’s the tunnel that gets you.

Pete Carroll, now coach of the Seattle Seahawks, hadn’t fully grasped the significance of the long, spacious, historic walkway that leads to the field at the Los Angeles Coliseum when he took over the football program at USC in 2001.

Keenum Was "Seeing Ghosts" In Monday Night Game | ESPN

Looking back, Case Keenum wishes he could’ve kept things simpler. "I was seeing ghosts," the Los Angeles Rams quarterback said when asked to assess his poor performance on Monday Night Football.

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