St. Louis Rams

Latest news from for St. Louis Rams
  1. Todd Gurley: 'We're gonna whoop up' on Cowboys
    Rams running back Todd Gurley was feeling so good after their win that he told NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin that the Cowboys were in trouble next week when Los Angeles heads to AT&T Stadium in Dallas.
  2. Rams' Jared Goff impresses in Bay Area homecoming
    Jared Goff made his return to the Bay Area to face the 49ers on Thursday night and he didn't disappoint. Michael Silver looks at how things have changed for the Cal product and the Rams.
  3. Wade Phillips breaks down Rams' run-defense woes
    The Los Angeles Rams were gashed by Redskins running backs Sunday to the tune of 229 rushing yards. This week, defensive coordinator Wade Phillips explained the reason for the woes.
  4. Aaron Donald added to roster, will start vs. Redskins
    Rams head coach Sean McVay told reporters Friday that Aaron Donald would get the start on Sunday against the Redskins, six days after he reported to the club.
  5. Twenty-eight things to know about Week 2 injuries
    The Philadelphia Eagles placed rookie running back Donnel Pumphrey on injured reserve, this after he tore his hamstring in practice earlier this week. Plus, other injuries we're tracking Friday.
  6. Jay Gruden: I didn't know McVay would be HC so soon
    In the NFL, it's standard procedure to amass staff secrets and leave for a competitor. Redskins coach Jay Gruden just didn't think his protégé, Rams coach Sean McVay, would be leaving so soon.
  7. Aaron Donald, Rams clear hurdle, but will he get new deal?
    Rams star defensive tackle Aaron Donald ended his training camp-long holdout and showed up. It remains to be seen whether the two sides can come together to ensure he makes a real lot of money.
  8. Aaron Donald ends holdout, reports to Rams facility
    The Rams defensive lineman showed up to the team's facility Saturday afternoon after a preseason-long absence. Ian Rapoport reports that Donald took and passed his physical.
  9. Aaron Donald out East as Rams begin Week 1 prep
    Rams coach Sean McVay might be "optimistic" that Aaron Donald will return soon, but the team's best player is giving no indication he'll be on the field versus the Colts in Week 1.
  10. McVay won't rule out Aaron Donald for Rams' opener
    Aaron Donald has held out the entire offseason in an effort to get a new contract. Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay isn't ruling out the defensive tackle just yet
  11. Sean McVay 'optimistic' Donald will end holdout soon
    Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald is still holding out, but head coach Sean McVay has high hopes that won't be the case soon. "I think we're optimistic," he said.