Los Angeles Rams

1st NFC West | 2-1
  • Passing Yards
    175.3 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    122.3 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    297.6 YPG
  • Broncos Rams final score: Trevor Siemian locks down starting quarterback job with win
    Mile High Report

    Broncos Rams final score: Trevor Siemian locks down starting quarterback job with win

    The Denver Broncos host the Los Angeles Rams in the third preseason game of the season. Trevor Siemian gets the start, while Paxton Lynch will get some quality time with the first team offense. Mark Sanchez will finish things out. The quarterback drama will likely supersede other storylines, but many players will determine their fates in this game as the Broncos will need to cut the roster down heavily in the coming days. First Quarter The Rams got the ball first. From their own 17 yard-line, Bradley Roby ended a short pass to open things up. Adam Gotsis was blown up on second down, but the Broncos defense swarmed to hold Bennie Cunningham to short gain. Then, of course, Von Miller exploded off

  • CSN Bay Area

    Hyde sustains concussion in 49ers' loss to Packers

    SANTA CLARA -– Running back Carlos Hyde sustained a concussion in the first half against the Green Bay Packers at Levi's Stadium, the 49ers announced after Friday’s game. Hyde came out for the second half without his shoulder pads. He was not going to play, but later in the second half he was seen leaving the field with team doctors to be evaluated. Hyde gained 30 yards rushing on four attempts, including a 27-yard run that set up the 49ers’ only touchdown of the game. He now enters the concussion protocol, which he must clear to be allowed to return to practice. The 49ers open the regular season on Sept. 12 against the Los Angeles Rams. The 49ers' No. 2 running back, Shaun Draughn, sat out his

  • OL Rob Havenstein passes physical, removed from PUP list
    Rams Wire

    OL Rob Havenstein passes physical, removed from PUP list

    The Los Angeles Rams were dealt some good news on their way to Denver to take on the Broncos in the team’s third preseason game. While it was earlier reported that offensive lineman Rob Havenstein would be traveling with the team to Denver to get a good pregame workout in, things have apparently progressed even more from that point. Myles Simmons of the team’s official website originally gave the following statement from head coach Jeff Fisher on Wednesday: While that was originally good news in itself, things got even better when Simmons reported that Havenstein passed his physical, which is obviously huge news for the lineman. Havenstein coming off the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list