Jared Goff hopes for two-minute drill in LA | Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Rams QB Jared Goff hopes to get a chance to run the two-minute offense in the next preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers.
Goff to build chemistry with new receivers | LA Daily News
Whether due to draft (Kooper Cupp), trade (Sammy Watkins), or free agency (Robert Woods), Goff looks to build a rapport with his new wide receivers.
Rams & Chargers look to position themselves in city of Angels | NFL.com
The NFL.com reporters look at the Rams-Chargers rivalry brewing in Los Angeles.
Dissecting the Rams-Chargers matchup | Fansided
The preseason battle will be the first of many as both teams look forward to sharing a stadium together.
SB Nation Charts the Rams | TST
The Rams have had a bunch of ups and downs (especially in the last 10 years) in terms of winning.
The NFL’s 10 least aggressive QB’s | ESPN (Insider)
Jared Goff wins the honor of being the least aggressive quarterback in the NFL.
Rams QB Coach likes Goff but knows he’s not a finished product | ESPN
The Rams QB Coach knows Goff is still developing as a talent.
Tyrunn Walker resigns with Rams | ESPN
After being released when allegations of sexual assault arose, Tyrunn Walker was resigned once the process led to no charges.
Rams fans have surprise for Chargers | NBC San Diego
A group of Rams fans raise $1,500 in a week to have something to claim football ownership in LA.
Rams learn that DC Wade Phillips has substance | OC Register
Although extremely hyped up during the offseason, Rams players are learning there is a ton of substance with the Phillips brand.
Ogletree waiting for new deal | Los Angeles Times
Rams linebacker Alec Ogletree is still waiting for a new deal. Once positive, now he is hedging his bets.
Cooper showing versatility | The Rams
Pharoh Cooper looks to stick with the Rams by showing versatility on the inside and outside.
Kevin Hart brings good energy to Rams practice | ESPN
Rams host world famous comedian Kevin Hart at practice.
Jared Goff shows life in preseason | Sports Illustrated
Peter King admits that he is seeing signs of life from Sean McVay and Jared Goff.