Gurley has the most touches over the past three years, but the workload has caught up to him and the RB's health has hung over this entire offseason.
Since he first graced an NFL field, Los Angeles Rams wide receiver, Brandin Cooks, has been one of the games best but has been overlooked as such.
John Johnson is among a few Rams players who could make their first Pro Bowl in 2019.
Will Todd Gurley be the same running back in 2019? Ian Rapoport reporters it is understood in Los Angeles that Gurley will no longer be the bell-cow back after dealing with knee problems.
The question of whether or not Todd Gurley is healthy has been one of the biggest mysteries in the NFL over the past few months and although the team won't come out and say it, there's definitely some concern inside the organization about his left knee.
Let's run through the Rams' epic 54-51 win over the Chiefs by the numbers
The Rams, unbeaten and poised for a possible run to the Super Bowl, acquired pass rusher Dante Fowler in a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Los Angeles Rams won't have to worry about Aaron Donald's contract holdout stretching into the regular season. Donald has agreed to a six-year, $135 million deal with the team.
Los Angeles Rams running back and reigning NFL Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley isn't concerned that missing the preseason could lead to a slow start to the regular season. "That is everyone's dream, to not play in the preseason," Gurley said. He added, "Some guys just like being out there to get a feel for it and to see. But not this guy."
The Rams and Todd Gurley have agreed to a four-year contract extension through 2023. The Rams have not disclosed financial terms, but a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter that the deal is worth $60 million, including $45 million in guarantees.
This has been a topsy-turvy NFL campaign, but with a solid half-season of action in the books, we have a clearer idea of the playoff picture taking shape. Some divisional races appear to have crystallized to the point that we can more or less call them now, while others remain decidedly in flux. Below, I've ranked all eight division leaders (per NFL.com's standings) according to the likelihood that they will still be in first place when the 2017 regular season comes to an end, naming the top challengers to the most vulnerable front-runners:
Sammy Watkins joins former Bills teammate Robert Woods in Los Angeles, where, he said Saturday, he feels comfortable being the vertical threat the Rams have lacked in recent years.
Sammy Watkins is headed to L.A., and now Jared Goff has a No. 1 wide receiver. But it might be good for Goff and bad for Watkins. Here's why, plus fallout of who else is affected.
Wade Phillips told reporters that the Rams will be shifting to a 3-4 defensive front in his first season as the Rams DC. The Rams ran a base 4-3 defense last season with Gregg Williams at the helm.
The Rams have had a busy week, far too busy to commence the process of looking for a new head coach. After Thursday night’s game against the Seahawks, however, the effort to find a replacement for Jeff Fisher will begin.
The Jared Goff era is about to begin in Los Angeles after all. The rookie quarterback is set to start in Week 11 against the Miami Dolphins.
Los Angeles waited patiently for more than 20 years for the Rams to return. The stakes were too high for another uninspiring loss this week.
Michael Brockers realizes just how special it is to play on one of the NFL's best defensive lines with the Los Angeles Rams. He wasn't about to do anything to break it up. The defensive tackle agreed to a three-year contract extension Thursday, securing his future with the Rams through 2019.
After Jared Goff's medicore performance, Case Keenum seemed to solidify his starting QB role with the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday night in Denver.
The Los Angeles Rams have locked up WR to a four-year, $42 million contract extension, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Austin is now under contract for six years.