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Random Ramsdom 7/22: Why is Jared Goff better under center?

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Lawsuit over Los Angeles Rams and New Orleans Saints game proceeds | ESPN

A Louisiana judge ruled that a damage lawsuit versus the NFL can proceed. No, this isn’t a joke. Yes, this is incredibly weird

Three Rams rookies who could surprise at training camp | Rams Wire

Andrew Ortenberg name drops backup CB David Long, late-round draft pick LB Dakota Allen, and RB Darrell Henderson as rookies to look out for in training camp

Why Jared Goff is so much better under center than shotgun | Rams Wire

Cam DaSilva investigates statistics from Next Gen Stats and takes his stab at explaining why Jared Goff is more effective as a quarterback under center as opposed to operating out of a shotgun formation

Brandin Cooks could finally earn first pro bowl berth in 2019 | Ramblin’ Fan

Thus far in his five-year career, Brandin Cooks has managed four 1,000-yard seasons with 2018 being his most productive yet as he produced a 80/1,204/5 line. It’s rather shocking that a player as productive as Cooks has yet to earn a pro bowl berth

Rams once again face new level of pressure going into 2019 | Ramblin’ Fan

Dan Parzych recaps the Rams’ end to the 2018 season, as well as the newfound expectations — extremely high ones — in 2019. There’s no doubt the expectations are greater than ever before as the Rams have exceeded all scenarios since the hiring of Head Coach Sean McVay

State of the rivalry: Los Angeles Rams | Revenge of the Birds

John Buckley of ROTB takes a look at the history of the rivalry between the Rams and the Arizona Cardinals, the most recent matchups, as well as the 2019 outlook

Rams mark second visit to Ventura Youth Correctional Facility in Camarillo | KEYT

Current and former players — as well as coaches/others in the organization — showed up to speak to more than 100 men and women inside the facility, aged between 16 to 25. Team executive Jonathan Franklin said it was to “inspire hope where there might be none”