Though the Rams are leaving for Los Angeles, the commissioner says the NFL is open to discussing a future for the league in St. Louis.
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Todd Gurley could pick up a pair of awards this weekend, and the young star is already looking forward to 2016.
Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer
Rams running back Todd Gurley told me this morning that the foot issue that kept him out of the regular season finale is not an issue moving forward. He's planning to set up in Los Angeles soon and go through a full offseason of workouts there. Gurley didn't get to do that last offseason as he rehabbed a torn ACL but is looking forward to it now. "Last year it was just all about my knee," Gurley said. "I couldn't do like extra workouts on my own because they had to keep an eye on it. I'm definitely looking forward to being able to doing my own workouts and not having to be monitored by everybody."
Given the benefit of hindsight, Mike Sando didn't think too highly of the work the Rams did last year in the offseason.
Here is a short case for each of the three former Rams -- Kurt Warner, Orlando Pace and Kevin Greene -- who could be selected to the Hall of Fame.
Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead clarifies rumors involving Peyton Manning, their offensive philosophy and the importance of millennials. Snead explains the realignment of the coaching staff, its team's leadership and what Aaron Donald and Tavon Austin bring to the table.
Trade for Foles doomed Rams
In hindsight, adding Nick Foles and extending him last offseason was a terrible move by the Rams. Mike Sando's new grade for the team reflects that. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer
Will two quarterbacks from modern era finalists make the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2016? If so it's Kurt Warner who'd join Brett Favre. He's also on Radio Row in San Francisco.
Rams DT Aaron Donald dishes on his first two seasons in the NFL, attention he receives off the field, the teammate who eats the most and how he compares with J.J. Watt.
Tim Barnes would like to return to the team that gave him his first starting opportunity, but the ball now is in the Rams' court.
In 2006, the Rams had a difficult decision for head coach between Scott Linehan and Ron Rivera.
From members of the secondary to assistant coaches, the Broncos and Panthers have many former Rams players and staff on their teams.
If Peyton Manning wants to keep playing, it's probably best for Manning and the Rams if it's not in Los Angeles.
Rams have an obvious need at QB
Is Paxton Lynch the long-term answer for L.A.'s new franchise? Todd McShay sees a lot of the tools you look for in an NFL starter in Lynch, but he has some issues with the QB as well. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)
Rams are 50-1 to win Super Bowl LI
Jeff Fisher's club is probably more talented than many of the teams with better odds. Still, the Rams have a gaping hole at quarterback and play in a division with two juggernauts. Every team's odds
In his first mock draft, McShay sent Ole Miss wide receiver Laquon Treadwell to the Rams, but he now has Treadwell off the board earlier.
If the Broncos move on from Peyton Manning after this season and the quarterback wants to continue his career, the Rams have discussed the possibility of bringing the future Hall of Famer aboard.
The Rams' last world title was won in dramatic fashion in 1999, when Mike Jones stopped Kevin Dyson a yard short of the end zone at game's end.
With his time running out in Cleveland, could Los Angeles be a landing spot for controversial quarterback Johnny Manziel?
With an upgrade needed at quarterback, the Rams could move on from ex-starter Nick Foles, but releasing him would still bring a heavy salary-cap hit.
With the Rams on their way back to L.A. and the Super Bowl coming up, the time for waxing nostalgic has apparently taken hold in St. Louis.