Skip to main content

Rams News | Los Angeles Rams -

Daily Dose: Sean McVay vs. Kyle Shanahan — The NFL's Best New Coaching Rivalry

This offseason, 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, June 20th about your Los Angeles Rams:

Sean McVay vs. Kyle Shanahan: The NFL's Best New Coaching Rivalry

This week, Sports Illustrated's Andy Benoit is diving into the various storylines surrounding California's four NFL teams. First up on the list? Analyzing what very well may be the NFL's best new coaching rivalry — that between the 49er's Kyle Shanahan and the Rams' Sean McVay.

Both are among the league's most-admired offensive trend-setters and are set up to face each other for years as NFC West counterparts.

Here's a look at the preview for "California Week" and be sure to check out the first full article by clicking here.

— With the Rams, 49ers, Chargers and Raiders all offering compelling storylines and the promise of the playoffs, 2018 is shaping up to be the most anticipated season ever for pro football in California. The MMQB's Andy Benoit is diving into those storylines for our special offseason project: California Week. Check back regularly for more.

Projecting One Future First-Time Pro Bowler for Each NFC Team

The NFL Network’s Gil Brandt is picking one prime candidate from each team in the NFC who is poised to earn his first Pro Bowl nod in 2018.

LOS ANGELES RAMS: Cooper Kupp, WR, second NFL season.

"Kupp -- who accumulated more receiving yards at Eastern Washington (6,646) than anyone in the history of college football, including Jerry Rice -- gets open and catches everything. If the Rams throw enough this year, Kupp could haul in 90 passes."

Brown and Gurley Take in an Angels Game:

The Rams officially wrapped up their offseason program last week, ushering in summer break for all 90 Rams players. While some athletes take the time to travel home or head on vacation to kick off their time off, right guard Jamon Brown and running back Todd Gurley chose to support one of L.A.'s many sports teams — taking in an Angels game on Tuesday night.

Check out their game experience through a few social media posts below: