Training Camp Report: Rams-Chargers Joint Practice | Rams’ Official Site
On Wednesday afternoon the Rams held their 10th training camp session at UC Irvine, the second of two practices with the Chargers. The session, which lasted a little over two hours, gave both teams the opportunity to work against an opponent for the second time this summer.
(PHOTOS) Rams’ Training Camp, Day 10 | Rams’ Official Site
Check out some of the best pics from the Rams’ 10th day of training camp — and their second joint session with the Chargers.
Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson was not having it, not from Chargers receivers and apparently not from quarterback Philip Rivers.
The Rams’ defensive backs have been loud and feisty throughout training camp. They celebrate plays on the sidelines and aren’t afraid to let receivers known when they get the better of the on-field action. Not surprisingly, things got more physical Wednesday when the Chargers visited UC Irvine.
Fight for LA: Joint Practice Turns Ugly | OC Register
You could say it was bound to happen but the phrase “Fight for LA” has officially been taken to the next level.
Goff, Higbee Display Chemistry vs. Chargers | Rams’ Official Site
Quarterback Jared Goff and tight end Tyler Higbee are linked. They’re part of the same 2016 Rams’ draft class. They’ve worked out plenty together, not just at Los Angeles’ facility but also on their own. And they’ve roomed together in each of their first two training camps.
Actor Michael Rapaport surprised Goff with a chopper tour of L.A. to see 'Jaredland'
Stan Kroenke isn't just building a stadium; he is altering an entire sports landscape.
Luck’s Status in Question for Week 1 vs. Rams | Rams Wire
We’ve known for quite some time that the Los Angeles Rams would open their season against Indianapolis Colts in Week 1. What remains a mystery is who will be under center when the Colts take the field on offense for the first time.
Greg Robinson Listed as Lion’s Starting Left Tackle | Pro Football Talk
As of now, the team says Robinson is the frontrunner to take his place in the starting lineup. The Lions released their first depth chart of the year on Wednesday and Robinson is listed as the starting left tackle.