Team insider Myles Simmons takes a look at who some of the pundits think the Rams could be targeting with their first-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Former Rams OL Orlando Pace and LB Kevin Greene are officially members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2016.
After a stellar debut season, Todd Gurley has been named AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.
Rams Cheerleader Alexis serves as team representative at the 2016 Pro Bowl in Hawaii
The spotlight is on North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz. Learn more about top 2016 prospect.
The Los Angeles Rams have agreed to terms with Skip Peete, who will serve as the team’s running backs coach under Head Coach Jeff Fisher.
Georgia linebacker Jake Ganus knows the value of hard work and is taking advantage of his Senior Bowl opportunity.
Team insider Myles Simmons takes a look at Ohio State TE Nick Vannett, who made a number of catches in the red zone on Thursday.
Braxton Miller has gone from a dominant Big Ten quarterback to a budding star at wide receiver.
Team insider Myles Simmons takes a closer look at quarterback Carson Wentz for the second day of practice in Mobile.
Regarded as a potential top-15 draft pick, Reggie Ragland could be the next great Crimson Tide linebacker to hit the NFL.
Team insider Myles Simmons details why Oklahoma WR Sterling Shepard was among the South's standout players in the first practice.
Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher has named Michael Groh as the team’s passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach.
Team insider Myles Simmons names four players on each team who may make headlines with a strong Senior Bowl performance.
The active player captains for the 2016 Pro Bowl will be Aaron Donald, Geno Atkins, Odell Beckham, Jr. and Devonta Freeman, the NFL announced on Friday.
Aaron Donald honored by 101 Awards as NFC Defensive Player of the Year.
The Los Angeles Rams have received over 45,000 season ticket deposits in two days.
The Pro Football Writers of America have named running back Todd Gurley the 2015 Rookie of the Year and Offensive Rookie of the Year.
After a decades-long absence, the Rams are heading back to the city they called home for nearly 50 years. Here are five facts to know about the Rams’ time in the City of Angels.
Los Angeles Rams fans can place deposits starting at 10 a.m. PST.
The Rams officially have been approved to return to the greater Los Angeles area and will do so for the 2016 NFL season.
St. Louis won three of its last four contests and went 4-2 against NFC West opponents.
Running back Todd Gurley went from being a new kid on the block to one of the team's leaders in his first campaign with the Rams.
The Rams Pro Bowl trio was honored by the Associated Press on Friday.
The five first-round picks on the D-line received plenty of preseason attention, but the Rams' defensive backs were a unit to write home about over the course of the season.
With the 2015 season complete, the Rams 2016 opponents are now locked in, including an Oct. 23 matchup with the Giants in London.
Three former Rams players have been named finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Wake Up Sprinting with a review of the Rams 2015 Special Teams unit and more.
Catch up with Rams Cheerleader Kenisha in this "From the Top" interview.
The Rams signed six members of their 2015 practice squad to reserve/futures contracts.
Wake Up Sprinting as three Rams legends become NFL Hall of Fame finalists and more.
Wake Up Sprinting with a word from Todd Gurley heading into the off season
The Rams will not renew the contracts of five assistant coaches, the team announced Wednesday.
Professional Football Athletic Trainers Society vote St. Louis Rams as 2015 NFL Athletic Training Staff of the Year
Wake Up Sprinting with a recap of Johnny Hekker's season and more.
Catch up with Rams Cheerleader Danielle in this "From the Top" interview.
Read the St. Louis Rams statement on the relocation proposal.
Phil Dawson's 23-yard field goal in extra time sent San Francisco to a 19-16 victory over St. Louis on Sunday afternoon at Levi's Stadium.
Read about our Rams Analytics Team and how they operate on a daily basis.
Insider Myles Simmons provides some first-half notes from Sunday's contest between St. Louis and San Francisco.
Insider Myles Simmons identifies three keys to victory as the Rams wrap up their season at San Francisco.
Insider Myles Simmons identifies the Vivid Seats Five Players to Watch as the Rams finish their season at San Francisco.
St. Louis will look to end the season 8-8 with a victory over the 49ers on Sunday in Santa Clara.
The Rams have listed RB Todd Gurley as 'doubtful' for Sunday's game against the 49ers, which means RB Tre Mason is likely to start.
CB Trumaine Johnson and the Rams' defense are one step way from their goal of finishing the season 4-0.
Wake Up Sprinting with more highlights from last week's win and more.
St. Louis and San Francisco wrap up their seasons on Sunday at 3:25 p.m. CT.
The Rams are now 3-0 since Rob Boras assumed the duties of offensive coordinator and Case Keenum re-entered the starting lineup at QB.
Team insider Myles Simmons reviews five key points from the Rams victory in Seattle, including strong performances by DE William Hayes and C Tim Barnes.
Wake Up Sprinting with more on the win in Seattle and an early preview of the upcoming 49ers game.
Aeneas Williams and the Rams host a PLAY 60 assembly at Koch Elementary.
Wake Up Sprinting as the Rams knock off Seattle at CenturyLink Field.
Rams partner with CHARACTERplus in hosting the 2015-2016 Rams Blitz Program.
St. Louis led from start-to-finish in Sunday's 23-17 victory over the playoff-bound Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.
Insider Myles Simmons provides some first-half notes from Sunday's contest between St. Louis and Seattle.
Read the St. Louis Rams' statement on the passing of columnist Joe Strauss.
St. Louis is 3-1 in the NFC West this season, but hasn't won in Seattle since 2004.
Insider Myles Simmons identifies the Vivid Seats Five Players to Watch as the Rams visit the Seattle Seahawks.
Insider Myles Simmons identifies three keys to victory as the Rams travel to the Pacific Northwest to take on the Seattle Seahawks.
DT Aaron Donald had a superb rookie year, and has been even better in 2015 to become a Defensive Player of the Year candidate.