Rams: Los Angeles Makes the Right Call By Retaining Leonard Floyd

The Rams spent much of Monday having their roster depleted as several players signed new deals elsewhere. However, they were able to retain one of their breakout stars from the 2020-2021 season. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Leonard Floyd and the Rams have agreed to terms on a four-year, $64 million deal.  From Free … Read more

Rams News: Sean McVay Sees Cam Akers as an ‘Every-Down Back’

Heading into the 2020-2021 season, the running back situation was a huge question mark for the Rams. After parting ways with Todd Gurley, who was a work horse for the team, the team settled for a three-man rotation featuring second-year back Darrell Henderson, veteran Malcolm Brown, and the rookie Cam Akers. Of course, that strategy … Read more

LA Football News: Super Bowl LVI Logo for Los Angeles Released

The 2020-21 season may have come to an end, but the countdown to Super Bowl LVI is underway. Yes, the momentous event is 361 days away, yet the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission wasted to time in unveiling next years Super Bowl logo through an announcement video which was narrated by Snoop Dogg himself. … Read more

Rams Rumors: Lions Asked For Aaron Donald in Matthew Stafford Trade

The dust has seemed to settle after the Rams pulled of a trade that very few expected. Four years ago they drafted Jared Goff with the No. 1 overall pick and then offered him a four-year $135 million extension. Most thought moving that contract would be almost impossible, yet Snead found a way.  Rumors sparked … Read more

Rams: LA Checked in on Acquiring Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers

The Rams’ recent acquisition of quarterback Matthew Stafford provides the team with an immediate upgrade at the position. He joins a team loaded with talent on both sides of the ball. While Goff came close to leading Los Angeles to a Super Bowl, he ultimately came up short. Now it’ll be up to Stafford to … Read more

Rams: Stafford Trade Leaves Rams with No First-Round Draft Picks Until 2024

The move to acquire Stafford while shipping out Jared Goff to Detroit was met with mixed feelings among Rams fans. Further details about the trade only added to the fire as the Rams have been reported to also be sending two first-round picks along with a third-rounder to Detroit. At first glance, it’s easy to … Read more

Rams News: Jared Goff Traded to the Detroit Lions for Matthew Stafford

Well what do you know, Les Snead has done it again. After uncertainty surrounding Jared Goff’s future with the Rams, rumors started to surface that the Rams were open to moving the former No. 1 pick after back-to-back subpar seasons. The biggest obstacle facing that scenario was Goff’s 4-year $134 million extension that he signed … Read more

Rams News: LA Signs Former Steelers Quarterback Delvin Hodges

Many fans became upset with the production, or lack of production, from starting quarterback Jared Goff. While there are some who are calling for Los Angeles to trade for Texans QB Deshaun Watson, the Rams just added another signal-caller to their roster. Unfortunately, the signing wasn’t for a big-name player.  On Sunday, former Steelers QB … Read more

Rams News: Brandon Staley Hired as Chargers New Head Coach

Brandon Staley turned into the biggest pickup for the Rams from the 2019-2020 offseason. While it helps to have players like Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Donald, Staley has turned the Rams defense into force to be reckoned with. Yes, they have faltered at times, and one could argue that they are partially to blame for … Read more

Rams News: Jared Goff to Start Against the Green Bay Packers

With the Rams set to visit the Green Bay Packer for their division-round game, head coach Sean McVay didn’t wait until right before kickoff to release his starting quarterback. With the injury to John Wolford during last week’s win against the Seattle Seahawks, Wolford hadn’t practiced at all this week. That led to McVay making … Read more

News: LA Sports Show Support to a Broken Country

I believe I speak for all when I say that the past couple of days have been one of the darkest times that this country has witnessed. American cities have started to resemble war zones with tear gas and fireworks being exchanged, screaming and shouting drowning out peaceful delegations, standoffs between protestors and law enforcement, … Read more

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