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First sponsorship is sold as Rams head north to scrimmage with the Raiders of Oakland Las Vegas

American Airlines purchases naming rights to plaza at new stadium I Bloomberg

No, naming rights have not been sold yet, but the Stan Canyon has it’s first sponsor. American Airlines will sponsor the plaza area under the canopy between the stadium and amphitheater. The various sponsorship options should add up to create a nice chunk of money to help Kroenke offset some of the cost of construction.

Kupp gives Rams “four-headed monster” at wide receiver | ESPN

Cooper Kupp cut across the training camp field as quarterback Jared Goff threw a pass in his direction. But the Los Angeles Rams receiver stood no chance of making the catch with Los Angeles Chargers defensive back Rayshawn Jenkins blanketing him during the combined practice.

Rapp hopes to inspire Asian-American athletes | OC Register

For Taylor Rapp, being drafted by the Los Angeles Rams is not just about getting to play under the NFL lights. For the 21-year-old of Chinese descent, it’s also about being able to be the role model he never had growing up.

Takeways from the Rams initial depth charts I Rams Wire

Steve Rebeiro provides some takeaways after the Rams initial depth chart was revealed.

Robert &

Brandin &

Cooper &

Josh

(post by ESPN)

Josh Reynolds proved he has a place in the NFL last season, but now Cooper Kupp is back, giving the Rams a four headed monster.

Justin Lawler has foot surgery I Rams Wire

Justin Lawler appears to be the first training camp casualty, as it has been revealed that that he is having foot surgery. It’s an unfortunate turn of events for Lawler who had earned a second team spot on the initial depth chart behind starter Dante Fowler.

Littleton hopes to find longterm home with the Rams I LA Times

Despite a solid season in 2018, Cory Littleton’s future with the Rams is uncertain beyond this season. The Rams will have decisions to make regarding several key players moving forward as they continue to navigate the salary cap.

The NFL changed its replay rules after the Saints-Rams fiasco. Now comes the hard part. | Washington Post

The lasting image of an otherwise successful 2018 NFL season was of the missed pass-interference call in the NFC championship game that helped send the Los Angeles Rams, rather than the New Orleans Saints, to the Super Bowl.

Goff’s model girlfriend visits quarterback at Rams’ practice | NY Post

Jared Goff has quite the support system.