Go to Rams News of the Day: Sept. 11th


**Today's Rams Topics**


Monday Wrap-Up: A Plan for Donald’s Return

Defensive tackle Aaron Donald reported to the Rams on Saturday morning and was a participant in all club activities on Monday, according to head coach Sean McVay.
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Aaron Donald, Rams get back to normal with lineman likely to play Sunday

No dramatic moment, no speech, no loud applause. The Rams simply conducted their defensive meetings Monday with Aaron Donald in attendance, and that normalcy had to feel superb.
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Thiry/Klein Monday Rams Report –Video

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Mistake-prone Redskins are uneasy with McVay Rams up next

Even usually optimistic coach Jay Gruden was critical of several aspects of his team Monday before turning his attention to facing former offensive coordinator Sean McVay’s Los Angeles Rams.
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Rams expect Aaron Donald to make season debut Sunday vs. Redskins

Aaron Donald finally re-joined his Los Angeles Rams teammates on Monday, one day after their 46-9, season-opening drubbing of the Indianapolis Colts. Donald, who officially ended his 44-day holdout by taking his physical on Saturday, took part in conditioning drills and sat in on meetings, just like everybody else.
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Rams Snap Count: Week 1 vs. Colts

The Rams opened up the NFL season at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Sunday against the Colts. Below is a list of reps for each player, broken down into offense and defense.
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D’Marco Farr Talks Rams Victory Over the Colts –Audio

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Five Takeaways: Rams Season-Opening Win over the Colts

The Rams put together a complete game with a dominant offensive, defensive, and special teams performance to rout the Colts 46-9 in Week 1. It was a historic way to begin head coach Sean McVay’s tenure with the club, and here are five key takeaways as Los Angeles heads into Week 2 against Washington.
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Rams CB Trumaine Johnson continues to shine despite contract issue

Trumaine Johnson is the highest paid cornerback in the NFL. In the Los Angeles Rams’ 46-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, Johnson played like it.
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Los Angeles Rams Vs. Indianapolis Colts: Stock Up, Stock Down

An old Ram with a new position comes away with the game ball.
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Are Goff, McVay and the Rams for Real? –Video

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Goff, McVay begin partnership in Rams’ 46-9 rout of Colts

After just one game in new coach Sean McVay’s system, the change in Jared Goff was striking. No longer an uncertain rookie hiding behind a lousy offensive line, Goff flung the ball confidently around the field for the Los Angeles Rams. He shook off his mistakes and made smart adjustments on the way to the biggest passing day of his young career — and his first victory as a starter.
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Rams extend Johnny Hekker through 2022 –PFT

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the team has signed Hekker to a two-year contract extension. Hekker was already signed through the 2020 season, so he’ll now be locked up through 2022 and Schefter reports the total value of the deal is $21 million.
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McVay’s Squad Goes Beyond Expectations With An Electric Performance

Whatever fans thought the team was going to play like, they were most likely pleasantly surprised in the LA Rams’ most dominating game in years.
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Rams Vs. Indianapolis Colts: 5 Players Revisited

Let’s look back on who said to watch and how they fared in the Rams win on Sunday.
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Rapoport: Los Angeles Rams DE Ethan Westbrooks Signs 1-Year Extension

The Rams have added a year to their rotational end.
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Rams-Indianapolis Colts: 3 Things We Learned From The 46-9 Victory

The Rams showed they can convincingly win a football game, but what else did Sunday teach us about this team?
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Rams’ defense looks just fine, even without Aaron Donald –ESPN

Talk all you want about how banged up the Indianapolis Colts were, but don’t forget this: The Los Angeles Rams didn’t have Aaron Donald.
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Jared Goff learning to simplify approach and trust Rams teammates –ESPN

Jared Goff finally realized he doesn’t have to do it all. Sean McVay, the Los Angeles Rams’ new head coach, spent the entire year talking about the need for his quarterback to make sound decisions, distribute the football and do little else.