Team Snapshot
Passing Yards 281.7 5th
Rushing Yards 139.4 3rd
Points For 32.9 2nd
Points Against 24.0 20th
2018 NFC West Standings
Los Angeles 13 3 0 .813 527 384
Seattle 10 6 0 .625 428 347
San Francisco 4 12 0 .250 342 435
Arizona 3 13 0 .188 225 425


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    Morgan Fox (Knee) IR
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    Garrett Sickels (Undisclosed) IR

Los Angeles Rams News

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  • Does Clay Matthews improve the #LARams defense?The answer to that + more in this week's mailbag!

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  • The #NFLDraft is just around the corner!Who could be selected at No. 31 to the #LARams?

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  • Yesterday at 10:08pm
  • Going going, back back, to Cali Cali @ClayMatthews52 is back home in the @lacoliseum!

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  • March 18 at 9:08pm
  • Newest addition to the QB room

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  • March 18 at 8:34pm
  • Welcome to the squad, Blake!

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  • March 18 at 12:16pm
  • RT @VamosRams: Vamos Rams: dos contrataciones muy importantes

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  • March 17 at 1:02pm
  • Sunday funday at @marcuspeters @fam1stfam football camp!

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  • March 15 at 3:16pm
  • RT @VamosRams: La semana que fue: Weddle y Fowler y una gran visita de un ex-jugador#VamosRams

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  • March 15 at 2:55pm

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Browns' Kareem Hunt banned 8 games by NFL for 'altercations'

    Hunt will not be eligible to play until November as part of his penalty for violating the league's personal-conduct policy. The 23-year-old, who quickly became a star player with the Chiefs before his conduct prompted the team to cut him during a Super Bowl push last season, will not be paid during the half-season suspension, which will be lifted on Aug. 31. He can practice and will be eligible to play in Cleveland's preseason games.

    "I want to again apologize for my actions last year," Hunt said in a statement released by the Browns. "I know that my behavior hurt a lot of people, and I again apologize to them.

  • March 15 at 12:37pm

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch: NFL suspends Browns' Kareem Hunt 8 games for 'altercations'

    The league recently completed an investigation that included a review of law enforcement records, video and electronic communications and interviews with witnesses as well as Hunt, who said he met with Commissioner Roger Goodell last week.

    The 23-year-old said he wants to "again apologize for my actions."

    Hunt will be allowed to practice with the Browns through training camp until the suspension begins Aug. 31 after the final roster reduction. Hunt has been working out at the Browns' facility in Berea, Ohio, and is scheduled to take part in the team's offseason program starting April 1.

    Hunt was released last season by the Kansas City Chiefs after a video surfaced showing him pushing and kicking a woman.

  • March 15 at 9:58am Rams, Eric Weddle could be a perfect match, even if the stats don't add up

    THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- Eric Weddle wore a pristine yellow, white and blue Los Angeles Rams uniform as he posed for a photo.

    That was at least two decades ago, long before he grew his signature beard, when the future All-Pro safety was just a pint-sized kid in Alta Loma, California -- 45 miles east of Los Angeles -- and tackling the couches inside his family's living room.

    Last week, Weddle's mom shared the photo on a group text message. Weddle then shared it on social media, shortly after he signed a two-year deal worth up to $12.

  • March 15 at 5:53am

    Fansided: Clay Matthews has plenty to offer Los Angeles Rams on defense

    Despite recently agreeing to a one-year deal with Dante Fowler Jr. after coming over in the middle of last season, the Los Angeles Rams were still expected to add depth to the linebacker position this offseason, whether it was through free agency or April's draft.

    While it was great to see the Rams acquire Fowler when they did along with Cory Littleton putting together his best NFL season in 2018, the defense turned out to be in better shape than expected at the linebacker position, although there's always room for improvement.

    With Los Angeles recently using a second-round tender on Littleton, and Fowler now playing under a one-year deal to prove himself worthy of a heftier contract later on, the Rams will play it safe rather than sorry when it comes to looking into adding another linebacker this offseason.

  • March 15 at 3:10am

    Turf Show Times: Los Angeles Rams projected two fourth-round compensatory picks in 2020 by Over The Cap

    It is quite early in the year so the situation is liable to change, but as it currently stands, Over The Cap currently projects the Los Angeles Rams to receive two fourth-round compensatory draft picks in 2020:

    At this point, we've now reached 32 regular 2020 compensatory picks.

    If any more eligible comp picks are created, the lowest ones will be pushed beyond the 32-pick limit. Nick Korte (@nickkorte) March 14, 2019

    Here's the entire list (yes, it does account for cancelled out selections):

    The two players who are slated to net the Rams comp picks are LG Rodger Saffold and FS Lamarcus Joyner.

  • March 14 at 11:17pm

    Fansided: 5 defensive options still available for Los Angeles Rams to consider in 2019

    Even though they haven't been as busy as some of the other teams across the league, the Los Angeles Rams have been weighing all sorts of options to put the team in better position to make another run at the Super Bowl during the 2019 season.

    Before the new league officially got underway on Wednesday, the Rams were making a few key moves such as convincing Dante Fowler Jr. to return on a one-year deal and placing a second-round tender Cory Littleton.

    However, Los Angeles is nowhere even close to being done in free agency since the team could still has a few players that deserve consideration of returning, whether it includes Ndamukong Suh on defense or C.

  • March 14 at 4:36pm
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