Dominique Easley Interview With The Breakfast Club Power 105.1 –Video

Staten Island born Dominique Easley came through this morning to discuss players safety and his upcoming football camp. The Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle showed Envy and Charlamange what real bling looks like with his Super Bowl ring.

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Rams News Daily Summary: June 25th

Todd Gurley Pushes for MLB All-Star Votes, but Not for the Dodgers

Rams’ Receiving Corp are Tavon Autin’s Helping Hands

Todd Gurley Gives a Warm L.A. Welcome to New Laker Brandon Ingram

Rams Practice Facility at Cal Lutheran is Finally Coming Together

Ranking the NFL’s Best Non-QBs? Aaron Donald is Right Near the Top

Rams Grade as No. 3 Ranked Pass-Rushing Team in 2015

Rams Roster Preview: Is Cody Wichmann the Heir Apparent to Rodger Saffold?

Rams Have Sold 63,000 Season Tickets

Dominique Easley: Excited for New Beginning with Rams

‘Inside the Rams’ Podcast: June 24th –Audio

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Rams’ Receiving Corp are Tavon Autin’s Helping Hands

By Ryan Kartje

OXNARD >> When the Rams opted to pick up Tavon Austin’s fifth-year option in May, handing him a salary north of $12 million for the 2017 season, the move was a clear vote of confidence that the diminutive, yet dynamic former top-10 pick would be the team’s top receiving weapon.

It was a logical gamble, given the state of the Rams passing game. Austin has been electric in spurts, and put together his best season yet in 2015, with 907 yards from scrimmage and nine touchdowns. At organized team activities this month, players and coaches alike raved about his playmaking ability. The offense, Rams coach Jeff Fisher said, was “re-designed” in the offseason to get him touches.

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Todd Gurley Gives a Warm L.A. Welcome to New Laker Brandon Ingram

By: Jeff Smith 
With the 2016 NBA draft now in the books, it means that Los Angeles is welcoming a few new stars to the town. One of those players, is the newest Los Angeles Laker, forward Brandon Ingram.

After being selected No. 2 overall in the draft by the Lakers, it apparently didn’t take long for another one of the L.A.’s stars to welcome the young 6-foot-9 playmaker to the city.

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Rams Practice Facility at Cal Lutheran is Finally Coming Together

 

By: Alex Alarcon
After being in St. Louis for over 20 years, the Rams are returning to Los Angeles to the open arms of the city. With the team locking in a deal to have their brand new Inglewood stadium built by the 2019 season, they must find a temporary practice facility in the meantime.

Thankfully, California Lutheran University welcomed the Rams to build a temporary facility on the campus while the new stadium is being built. With the goal of finishing the temporary facility after the last preseason game, the construction is coming together right on time.

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Ranking the NFL’s Best Non-QBs? Aaron Donald is Right Near the Top

By: Alex Alarcon 
In the NFL, quarterbacks are the ones in the spotlight, and the combination of both praise and negativity seems often be directed at them. It’s obvious how massive the importance of the position itself is, as the first two picks of the 2016 NFL draft were quarterbacks, including Los Angeles Rams rookie Jared Goff.

Sometimes the non-QBs of the league are not recognized for the amount of work they put in and accomplishments they achieve during the season. NFL writer Chris Wesseling took note of that, as he came up with his top 10 non-quarterbacks in the NFL today.

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Rams Grade as No. 3 Ranked Pass-Rushing Team in 2015

 

By: Alex Alarcon
For the past few years, the Los Angeles Rams have begun to build one of the most feared defensive lines in the league. By having a D-line that is filled with first-round draft picks, the value of that line seems to increase each year as the experience and skill grow.

The patience has finally started to pay off.

According to Pro Football Focus, the Rams defensive line edged out the division rival Seattle Seahawks in 2015 as one of the top units in the NFL.

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