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ESPN Field Gates reporting
From the article:
In advance of the free agency period opening next Wednesday, the Rams have kept one of the best pass rushers off the market by agreeing to terms on a new contract with outside linebacker Dante Fowler. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Cooper Kupp expected to be ready for Rams training camp
The Los Angeles Rams were dealt a significant blow in Week 10 last season when Cooper Kupp suffered a torn ACL. He missed the rest of the season and the playoffs, giving way to Josh Reynolds as a starter.
The Rams will be getting their top slot receiver back in 2019 and according to Sean McVay, Kupp will be back on the field in training camp. McVay said at the NFL combine Thursday that Kupp is expected to be ready for camp in July.
Despite only playing eight games last season, Kupp still finished fourth on the team in receiving yards (566), receptions (40) and tied for first...
Longest-tenured Ram Rodger Saffold on upcoming free agency: “I don’t think it’s any surprise that I want to be back.”
by Clarence Dennis
The Rams offensive line perhaps faces the most uncertainty of any position group entering the offseason as to who will or will not return for a 2019 run at returning to the Super Bowl.
Left guard Rodger Saffold joins aging offensive linemen in left tackle Andrew Whitworth and center John Sullivan in the upcoming uncertainty as he faces free agency after nine seasons with the club.
Saffold also joined Whitworth in picking up his first postseason win against the Cowboys in the Divisional...
Roger Saffold- We've all read the articles and know the story by now. He's said he wants to come back and feels he may have to take less here to do that from what he can get on the open market. IMO a must resign for 3 years.
LaMarcus Joyner- Past years franchise tag did little if anything to live up to that salary. In the past I was a big LMJ guy and loved his game. This season has brought this guy down to one word for me. Peace! Let him be overpaid by somebody else.
Ndomukong Suh- Was very lackluster during the regular season but was an absolute unit in the playoffs. While I'd like to have this guy back I just don't think we'll have the money for what he wants.
Dante Fowler Jr. - Guy enjoyed a rebirth for us and had some big moments in both the regular and post season. I for one would like to bring him back. It wouldn't break my heart if our top 3 Edge guys were him, Samson and Obo, we could always add another pick to it. Just not sure what kind of...
Fortunately, most of our roster comes back next year with the chance to replace a couple players who didn’t live up to expectations (Fowler, Joyner, Barron, etc).
I have a hard time believing the rams won’t get super aggressive and make some trades again, the fact that they were willing to trade for Mack after paying Donald’s tells you all you need to know, the rams are all in.
Our young team got the necessary expirance today, unfortunately we were on the wrong end of the game, but they will learn and come back, McVay is going to come back from this and learn, these guys are hungry. It’s going to be a long offseason but boy and I already looking forward to see what we do
We’re moving on!
We can keep talking and sharing any thoughts, or media, about the bad call... but in an effort to FOCUS ON OUR SUPERBOWL let’s put all the crap in one place.
So, this is the massive catch-all thread.
We might not be perfect in our merging, may choose a few topics to stand alone, so please understand we’re just trying to keep things clean with a primary focus looking forward.
Rams' new "2-headed beast"
They ran it down Dallas' throat. We have the No. 2 run defense. Do we have what it takes to kill...
NFC Divisional Playoff: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints
The Philadelphia Eagles' quest to repeat as Super Bowl champions brings them to New Orleans for a second time as the top-seeded Saints await in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. The Eagles are coming off of a hard-fought, 16-15 win in Chicago while the Saints had the benefit of getting a week off.
Philadelphia needed a three-game winning streak and, ironically, some help from Chicago in Week 17 to surpass Minnesota for the final wild-card berth in the NFC. The Eagles then promptly thanked the Bears by beating the on their turf in gut-wrenching fashion no less.
New Orleans rested most of its starters in an ugly Week 17 home loss to Carolina, but that's...
Game Day Thread
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NFC Wild Card: Philadelphia Eagles vs. Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles took very different paths to Sunday’s NFC Wild Card game. But they share one common thread that binds them together: Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.
It’s two Reid disciples — Matt Nagy and Doug Pederson — who square off this Sunday in a game that features two of the conference’s hottest teams. As a first-year head coach, Nagy produced a worst-to-first turnaround for the Bears in the NFC North. The former Chiefs offensive coordinator did it with defense, his team allowing a league-best 17.7 points per game while winning nine of their last 10 contests. A 12-4 record earned them their first division title (and playoff berth) in eight years.
The reigning Super Bowl champion Eagles, led by Pederson, Reid's former assistant in...
NFC Wild Card: Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas Cowboys
The NFC Wild Card Round of the 2019 NFL playoffs will get underway Saturday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, as the Seattle Seahawks and Dallas Cowboys meet for the second time this season. Seattle won the first meeting back in Week 3 by a score of 24-13 at CenturyLink Field.
The Seahawks won their 10th game of the season last week as they stumbled and bumbled their way to an ugly 27-24 victory over Arizona. Sebastian Janikowski’s 33-yard field goal on the final play of the game gave Seattle its second walk-off win over the Cardinals on the season. Defensively, the...
Not much yet, but it's a start. THANK GOD we are out to destroy these punks for a 1st round bye....
Rams looking to secure a bye so we probably have no chance. No injuries and good effort would make me happy.
Only real thing to watch for is Kittle going for the TE yards record. He needs 100 yards to pass the current record BUT Kelce is 46 yards ahead of him right now. Record could be a moving target.
Rams getting worse the longer the season goes on, niner win
If Goff continues to play poorly we win this one. With our secondary and lack of pass rush atm though?
Rams gonna kick our butts- and pundits will go off about how Goff found his groove again- till they one and done themselves out of the playoffs.
That's my take at least
Goff is garbage
How SWEET would it be to knock the LAms outta the #2 seed and make 'em play a WC GAME!! That...
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