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11-5, 1st in NFC West

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams RB Todd Gurley has made a real effort to take part in youth football camps. He hosted another one, called M.A.D.E. Camp, alongside former teammate Trumaine Johnson in LA on Sunday. 300 kids took part. (credit: Dioburto Photography)

Rams pull off field-goal-inspired gender reveal (0:28)

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams quarterback Jared Goff throws his first passes inside the new stadium in Inglewood. Construction workers were on the receiving end. The stadium is expected to open in 2020.


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Rams owner Stan Kroenke addresses players from the field of their new stadium in Inglewood. The stadium is being built on a 300 acre site that will also have shops, dining and entertainment.

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Special teams coordinator John Fassel expressed optimism Wednesday that kicker Greg Zuerlein will be ready to play when the season opens. Zuerlein led the NFL in scoring last season, averaging 11 points per game, and was 38-of-40 on field-goal attempts. Zuerlein underwent season-ending back surgery after a Week 15 victory in Seattle.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Wade Phillips does not seem concerned about Aaron Donald's absence from the offseason program. Said in a classic deadpan: "We feel like it will happen sooner or later, hopefully sooner. He didn't come til later last year and did OK. I guess he fit in in a 3-4, everybody was worried about that."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Wade Phillips had a lot to say when asked about the addition of three strong personalities - Peters, Talib and Suh - to his defense. Bottom line: Wade doesn't want a player who does everything he tells them to do. "If there's an argument or something going on, Talib is going to take the other side. So I already know that about him. He's going to argue about what rap singer is the best, or whatever," Phillips said. "But as far as strong personalities, I explain what I want done, how I want it done and why we want it done that way and they understand those things. So, I like personalities because they're independent enough to do things on their own and they've shown they're independent enough to be great players too. You don't want a player that does everything you say. I mean you want guys that have some initiative. We tell them to do this and do that and do that, but Marcus Peters, a couple plays last year – he led the league the last three years in interceptions – a couple plays, he's playing man-to-man and they throw it to another player and he intercepts. That's what I'm talking about. No, you cover man, you know? If you intercept it when the throw it to someone else that's great. Those are the kind of guys they are."

Bush pleased with results in lawsuit against Rams for 2015 injury (2:03)
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Donald not at Rams' minicamp over contract

All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald is not attending the Los Angeles Rams' mandatory minicamp while he continues his lengthy quest for a lucrative new contract.

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Rams ordered to pay Bush $12.5M for injury

A St. Louis jury has ordered the NFL's Rams to pay former running back Reggie Bush $12.5 million for a severe knee injury suffered at St. Louis' domed stadium in 2015, the team's final season before moving to Los Angeles.

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Rams defensive linemen participate in drills during minicamp practice. Aaron Donald is not among them.

Polian advocates for Rams to pay Donald (0:43)

Schefter: XFL Commissioner Luck, NFL Exec. Grubman

Adam Schefter talks to XFL Commissioner Oliver Luck about his role with the league, Vince McMahon, his son Andrew's health and more (:42). Plus, NFL Executive VP of Business Operations Eric Grubman on his tenure with the league, what he'd say to fans of the teams that relocated during his time and much more (18:57).

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams have signed all of their 11 players selected in the 2018 draft, including OT Joseph Noteboom, C Brian Allen, DE John Franklin-Myers, LB Micah Kiser, OLB Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, RB John Kelly, OT Jamil Demby, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, DE Trevon Young, LB Travin Howard and DE Justin Lawler.

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Bush alleges dangerous conditions led to injury

Former NFL running back Reggie Bush alleges that dangerous conditions at a St. Louis stadium led to a season-ending injury in a case that could leave the city on the hook for damages, even though the Rams are long gone.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams All-Pro running back Todd Gurley is in the house at Jameis Winston's football camp, along with his former Rams teammate (now Buc) Cameron Lynch. Gurley told me that he and Jameis became friends years ago during the college recruiting process. Jameis was at his M.A.D.E camp in North Carolina in April.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards239.410th
Rushing Yards122.18th
Points For29.81st
Points Against20.612th