Super-teams have a history of fizzling in the NFL. Can the Rams buck the trend?

NFL traditionalists can begin their finger-wagging now, aimed in the direction of the Los Angeles Rams. Trying to construct what amounts to a super-team by bringing in big-name veteran players generally has not been a path to success in a league in which the time-tested method of wise roster construction

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Los Angeles Rams add NFL's first ever male cheerleaders … or do they?

Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies chosen for Rams cheer squadRams claim Peron and Jinnies are NFL’s first ever male cheerleadersBilly Quercia tells TMZ that Falcons had male cheerleaders in 1980s The Los Angeles Rams cheerleading squad claims to have made NFL history by adding two male members. Photograph

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Saturday Night wrap-up: Falcons advance with 26-13 win over Rams

The Rams hosted their first NFL playoff game in Los Angeles since 1986. The NFC West title and the league’s highest-scoring offense generated interest and created excitement in L.A. for its NFC team. The Rams sold 74,300 tickets for Saturday night’s game, and Rams fans showed up to cheer on the

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Atlanta Falcons v Los Angeles Rams: NFC wild card play-off – live!

If you love football, this is the crown jewel of your NFL season: eight high stakes playoff encounters in two weeks as we whittle through the remaining 12-pack of contenders. A trip to the cozy US Bank Stadium in frigid Minneapolis and Super Bowl LII, which my handy Roman numeral translator says will

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Judge dismisses motions seeking to end St. Louis lawsuit against Rams, NFL

A lawsuit against the Los Angeles Rams and the NFL by the city of St. Louis was allowed to proceed after a judge ruled against dismissal motions on Wednesday. According to Mike Faulk of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Circuit Court Judge Christopher McGraugh denied motions to dismiss 85 defendants and a

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Rams' new kicker starts off on wrong foot but finishes strong against Titans

Sam Ficken started the week working at a brokerage firm in Connecticut, having never played in a regular-season NFL game. He ended it as a division champion in the Rams’ 27-23 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. But the kicker’s performance wasn’t without struggle

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Bonsignore: Jeff Fisher taking credit where it isn't due, and still making excuses for failures

In the spirit of the holiday season, it’s probably best we simply let Jeff Fisher’s comments about the Rams remarkable turnaround season, and the over-inflated role he believes he played in it, slide. On the night before Christmas, with Sean McVay and Jared Goff and Todd Gurley and Aaron Donald

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