Which NFL draft picks came at great value? Pro Football Focus chooses rookies who could be steals from Rounds 4-7.
Marcus Peters said on the "Catchin Fades with Aqib Talib" podcast that he felt disrespected when the Rams traded him to the Ravens and then immediately replaced him by trading for Jalen Ramsey.
The Jaguars got a star at No. 1. The Steelers and Cowboys tried to plug holes. Mel Kiper's 2021 report card is here.
The Rams added another speed threat to their offense in the NFL draft, using their first pick on speedy but diminutive receiver Tutu Atwell at No. 57 overall.
The Los Angeles Rams did not have a first-round pick in the 2021 NFL draft, but they have a draft house, and it has art work. Like the "Mona Lisa" in the Louvre, a brilliant portrait of Roger Goodell hangs alone on a wall in the house.
Rams general manager Les Snead tested positive for COVID-19 and will conduct the team's draft from home.
Lindsey Thiry, ESPN NFL Nation Rams Reporter joins Greg Scalzo & Emmett Golden on GameDay to talk about the Los Angeles Rams approach to the NFL Draft.
What does your favorite team really need? What's an overlooked need it should fill? Football Outsiders breaks it all down.
The NFL owners, on Wednesday, approved a rule change loosening jersey number rules. Get ready for a lot more players rocking single-digit jerseys and players going back to their high school and college numbers.
Three rounds, 105 picks and what our NFL draft analysts would do if they were running each franchise.
Bomani Jones is pleased with the New York Knicks’ return to “competency” following Pelicans F Zion Williamson speaking glowingly about playing at Madison Square Garden (1:22). He also compares the story of a mistaken identity that evolved around Rams DL Aaron Donald over the weekend to a WWE wrestling brawl (16:16). Plus, an IYHH including an angry octopus (26:08) and your voicemails from the most awkward date that you have ever been on (36:25)! IYHH Stories @IvanPer4 on NY state leaders agreeing to legalize recreational marijuana: https://abcn.ws/2REJiuw @peterjholley on Houston’s Third Ward still not having running water following a February storm: https://bit.ly/2QEll60 @bydanielvictor on “the angriest octopus”, who attacked a tourist on an Australian beach: https://nyti.ms/3n0FX4u
Which zip code has produced the most NFL quarterbacks? Which states have turned out the best -- and worst? Take a dive into the data for 721 players at the game's most important position.
De'Vincent Spriggs has apologized to Rams star Aaron Donald through his attorney, who said Friday that Spriggs mistook his attacker outside a Pittsburgh-area nightclub for Donald.
Players from the Steelers, Falcons, Chargers, Jets, Dolphins and Rams on Friday became the latest from the NFL to say that they won't be reporting to team facilities next week to begin voluntary offseason workouts.
Aaron Donald's lawyer disputes an assault claim levied against the Rams defensive lineman, saying Donald actually helped get people off of his accuser.
Attorney Todd Hollis said his client needed 16 stitches and suffered a broken orbital bone, a broken nose and a sprained or broken arm after an alleged assault by Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and others at an after-hours nightclub.
The guys start the hour by talking about whether the Cowboys should draft Kyle Pitts. More callers weigh in on who their team should draft. Bart & Hahn host Alan Hahn stops by to talk about whether the NBA play in tournament is a good idea. Plus, who has more pressure on them this season: Russell Wilson or Matt Stafford? And as always, Caller Roulette!
The shrunken salary cap has meant that a few teams have made next to zero moves since the season ended. Could they still improve?
The 2021 NFL draft is a month away, and Todd McShay projects Rounds 1 and 2. Where do the QBs land, and what happens now for the Jets, Panthers, others?
Austin Blythe, 28, who started at center for each of the past three seasons for the Los Angeles Rams, is joining the Kansas City Chiefs on a one-year deal, a source told ESPN on Tuesday.
The NFL officially announced it will change the number of games for the first time since 1978. Who is playing who in 2021?
|3(40)||Ernest Jones||ILB||South Carolina|
|4(12)||Bobby Brown III||DT||Texas A&M|
|4(25)||Robert Rochell||CB||Central Arkansas|
|5(30)||Earnest Brown IV||DE||Northwestern|
|7(22)||Ben Skowronek||WR||Notre Dame|
|7(25)||Chris Garrett||OLB||Concordia-St. Paul|