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  • AvengerRam
    Nominate a song for the Rams "Hard Knocks" Soundtrack
    AvengerRam
    Yeah, its the offseason.

    Let's help out the producers of "Hard Knocks" and suggest some songs that would work well for the soundtrack of the 2016 Rams version of the show.

    I'll nominate "Get Ready For It" by Take That (you may recognize it from the movie "Kingsmen"). I think the song captures the growing anticipation for the re-launch of the Los Angeles Rams:



    What other songs would fit?...
    22 minutes ago
  • MauiRam
    How Jeff Fisher, L.A. Rams decided on Jared Goff with No. 1 pick
    MauiRam
    By Michael Silver
    NFL Media columnist

    LOS ANGELES -- He arrived fashionably late to the pre-draft dinner, leaning over to greet his esteemed guest from North Dakota just as the food arrived. Then Jeff Fisher, the battle-hardened head coach of the newly rechristened Los Angeles Rams, felt a strange sensation unlike any he'd experienced in more than a quarter-century's worth of scouting players, or even in his 58 years on earth.

    It was warm, brackish and not especially pleasant.

    A waiter standing behind Fisher had, while carrying a tray of entrees, inadvertently tilted it in the coach's direction, causing a stainless steel gravy boat to empty its contents onto his neck. The au jus spilled down Fisher's back, under his jeans and all the way down to a highly unlikely place where the sun doesn't shine.

    "It was pretty miserable," Fisher would recall Wednesday night at a downtown L.A. steakhouse while wearing the same white button-up with dark blue checks -- since laundered -- that 10 nights earlier had been drenched like a dishrag as he shook the hand of former North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz at Safire Bistro in Camarillo, a Ventura County town near the Rams' temporary training headquarters. "It's not an experience I'm eager to repeat anytime soon."

    Yet in typical Fisher fashion, the unflappable man with the iconic 'stache managed to shake off the saucy shower, quietly asking the waiter for a towel and doing clandestine damage control before joining team owner Stan Kroenke, president Kevin Demoff, general manager Les Snead and others in getting further acquainted with the highly rated prospect.

    Not that it mattered: Although extremely high on Wentz's potential, Fisher essentially knew that the FCS star would not be his next quarterback. That distinction belonged to former Cal passer Jared Goff, who later that week would be wined and dined by the same contingent at Mastro's in Beverly Hills and who Thursday night officially went first overall in the 2016 draft -- and became the young face of the first Los Angeles-based NFL franchise in more than two decades.

    When Fisher and Snead completed the blockbuster trade that netted them the first overall pick, it was Goff who was the clear object of their affection, though they made an organizational commitment to refrain from confirming this to the masses.

    It wasn't that hard to understand this strategic decision. Fisher, after all, was in possession of the No. 1 overall selection for the first time in his 35 years as an NFL player or coach -- and he wanted to enjoy every last minute of it, and manufacture as much suspense as possible.

    So it was that Thursday night, as he paced around the Rams' makeshift war room on the second floor of the Residence Inn/Courtyard near the Staples Center five minutes before the Rams were officially on the clock, Fisher...
    10 hours ago
  • AvengerRam
    My First Rams Game Was a Loss (or... how I switched teams and never looked back)
    AvengerRam
    As I close in on my 50th birthday (okay... I'm only 48, but its out there!), it becomes more and more difficult to answer the question "how did you become a Rams fan?" I had some vague memories of how it happened, but the years made those memories a bit foggy.

    Thankfully, there's Google!

    I was able to look up a few dates and, along with my recollection, piece together exactly how and when it happened.

    The year was 1977. I was 9 years old. I was a fan of the Baltimore Colts (a team I chose, in part, to antagonize my Miami Dolphin fan friends in my hometown of Hollywood, Florida). The Rams were my second favorite team. In December of that year, two things happened. First, the Colts lost to the Raiders in the epic "Ghost to the Post" game. Second, the Rams lost to the Vikings in the infamous "Mud Bowl." I distinctly remember watching both games on TV
    I found myself drawn to the Rams uniforms and a certain tough guy who wore #85 in particular.

    That offseason, two of my favorite Colt players, Lydell Mitchell and Raymond Chester, left the team. Then, in early 1978, my other favorite Colt, Bert Jones, was injured.

    My fickle 10 year old mind decided to switch teams at that time and, of course, I became a Rams fan, and never looked back.

    What is your earliest memory of watching a Rams game and becoming a fan?...
    21 hours ago

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