"I think he's just gone about his business the right way": Sean McVay pleased with Cam Akers' approach and performance over second half of season
Cam Akers' big day against the Broncos in Week 16 has been the highlight of a promising back half of the season overall for third-year Rams running back.
Rams pleased with how Russ Yeast, Quentin Lake, Bobby Brown III and Michael Hoecht are maximizing opportunities
As the Rams continue to evaluate younger players on their roster, they've seen promising performances from defensive backs Russ Yeast and Quentin Lake, defensive tackle Bobby Brown III and defensive lineman Michael Hoecht.
"Our expectation as a d-line is to have no drop-off": How Rams defensive line is approaching Aaron Donald being out for Week 13 vs. Seahawks
Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald will miss his first game due to injury in his nine-year NFL career on Sunday, creating a big challenge and a big opportunity for the Rams' young defensive linemen.
"He's a great competitor, a great guy, and we're gonna ride with him": Teammates' confidence reciprocated by Bryce Perkins in his first NFL start
Quarterback Bryce Perkins' first NFL start offered both bright spots and room for improvement, but what he showed overall is why his teammates had, and will continue to have, his back moving forward.
More of Terrell Lewis and Michael Hoecht? Both players poised for increased playing time moving forward
Following linebacker Justin Hollins getting waived on Tuesday, outside linebacker Terrell Lewis and defensive lineman Michael Hoecht were both mentioned as candidates for expanded roles on the Rams' defense.
David Edwards on entering concussion protocol in Week 4: "I felt like I owed it to my family and myself to speak up and say something"
Even if it meant grappling with the feeling of not being there for his teammates, Rams left guard David Edwards knew self-reporting and going into concussion protocol last week was the right move.
Tremayne Anchrum Jr. eager to make most of opportunity at right guard
Rams offensive lineman Tremayne Anchrum Jr. primarily played on special teams as a rookie in 2020, then didn't see any action in 2021. In Week 2 of 2022, he's slated for his most meaningful snaps yet as the expected starting right guard against the Falcons.