DT Aaron Donald isn’t taking this loss lying down or even sitting down. The dude is going to train even harder with the rubber knives this offseason.
Former Dallas Cowboys’ player Bobby Carpenter has some opinions. I think this take is pretty on-the-nose. I actually overheard an out-of-work actress who never watches football mutter the same thing underneath her breath, but yeah, Bobby, keep firing those hot takes.
Well, what is he supposed to say? “After thinking about the loss, I think I’m going to quit football and get a job at the Outback Steakhouse in Miami, Ohio. They’re just taking me on as a host, but I’m hoping to move up to busboy soon.”
How do the LA Rams approach the 2019 offseason? | Turf Show Times
In case you missed this handy list of topics Rams fans will be wringing their hands over throughout the offseason.
This is an interesting interview that has a brisk pace to the conversation. CB Nickell Robey-Coleman has had himself quite the season of NFL football. He talks about the reputation Florida has for raising football players and the mystique of USC.
Mike Florio floats possibility of Rams pursuing Kirk Cousins | Daily Caller
When I say these are the ‘hottest stories,” I mean that some of these are made out of hot garage, like this take.
Super Bowl diary includes Rams superfan Taran Killam | Hollywood Reporter
The list of Los Angeles Rams celebrity fans is kind of all over the map. Of those, my favorite famous Rams fan has to be Danny Trejo. That guy rules and his donuts are rad.
NFL season never ends. Ever.
Former LA Rams great Ricky Proehl has a son, Austin Proehl, and he and three others just signed with the Rams.
But why would we want C.J. Anderson to leave if we’re dealing with RB Todd Gurley’s mysterious knee ailment?
Rookie defensive John Franklin-Myers got some playing time in Super Bowl LIII and is looking to build on that experience next year. I do like how this kid is shaping up — could be a keeper!