Defensive tackle Aaron Donald reported to the Rams on Saturday morning and was a participant in all club activities on Monday, according to head coach Sean McVay.
No dramatic moment, no speech, no loud applause. The Rams simply conducted their defensive meetings Monday with Aaron Donald in attendance, and that normalcy had to feel superb.
Mistake Prone Redskins Uneasy with McVay, Rams Up Next | St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Looking around at all the problems in their Week 1 loss, the Washington Redskins know they're not in the preseason anymore. Exhibition sluggishness could be excused, but not now.
Five Takeaways from Rams Win in Season Opener | Rams’ Official Site
The Rams put together a complete game with a dominant offensive, defensive, and special teams performance to rout the Colts 46-9 in Week 1. It was a historic way to begin head coach Sean McVay’s tenure with the club, and here are five key takeaways as Los Angeles heads into Week 2 against Washington.
Learning from the Rams victory | LA Times
The Los Angeles Rams learned a lot of things about their team in the opener, most notably the progress of Jared Goff and the offense.
Coach McVay press conference | Rams’ Official Site
Head Coach Sean McVay talks about the week one win, updates on injuries (Kayvon Webster), the Aaron Donald situation, and more.
Goff, McVay Begin Partnership in Rout Over Colts | SF Chronicle
After just one game in new coach Sean McVay's system, the change in Jared Goff was striking.
No longer an uncertain rookie hiding behind a lousy offensive line, Goff flung the ball confidently around the field for the Los Angeles Rams. He shook off his mistakes and made smart adjustments on the way to the biggest passing day of his young career — and his first victory as a starter.
Twitter roasts poor Rams attendance | Huffington Post
While many expected the many Los Angeles fans to show up (especially for an easy win), the stadium got roasted on social media for being very empty.
Rams empty stadium roast | The Guardian
The Rams had a very lackluster crowd for the game.
A year late, Rams bring good vibes | STL Post Dispatch
Last year, the Rams return was highly anticipated and fizzled out. This year, the Rams hope to keep the positive vibes going.
Don’t be mistaken, the Rams are better with Aaron Donald but they didn’t miss a beat in the season opener.
Rams extend Johnny Hekker | ESPN
The Rams extended perhaps the best punter in the league to give him essentially a 6 year, $21M deal.
Trumaine Johnson is the highest paid cornerback in the NFL. In the Los Angeles Rams' 46-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Johnson played like it.