Daily Dose: Cardinals OL on Aaron Donald: “He’s the Lawrence Taylor of our time.”

Each weekday, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here’s a look at what’s out there for Wednesday, February 13th about your Los Angeles Rams.

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WEEK 4 CLASSIC

NFL Network tabbed the Rams’ Week 4 game against the Vikings as one of the top games of the year at No. 17. The Rams downed the Vikings on Thursday Night Football in a game that featured four lead changes and eight total touchdowns. Quarterback Jared Goff set a new single-game career high in both yards passing (465) and touchdowns (5) with no interceptions.

COOKS & A.B.

USA Today’s Cameron DaSilva joined the conversation surrounding Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s potential offseason move on Tuesday, pointing out just how productive the wideout has been over his last four seasons — along with wide receiver Brandin Cooks — who’s for the most part matched Brown’s numbers over his last four seasons.

Each of Cooks’ last three 1,000-yard seasons have come with a different team.

“He’s the Lawrence Taylor of our time”

Cardinals offensive lineman Justin Pugh joined Bleacher Report’s Adam Lefkoe on the Simms & Lefkoe on Tuesday and the pair talked defensive tackle Aaron Donald.

In the interview, Pugh explains how he believes Donald is a cut above the rest, comparing the 2018 AP Defensive Player of the Year to Hall of Fame linebacker Lawrence Taylor.

COLISEUM COMING ALONG

The L.A. Memorial Coliseum shared a video on Wednesday morning showing the progress being made in the stadium’s renovations.

Since returning to L.A., the Rams will play their fourth and final season calling the Coliseum home in 2019 before the Los Angeles Stadium and Entertainment District is set to open in Inglewood in 2020.

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