Lindsey Thiry

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Lindsey Thiry is a general assignment multimedia sports reporter for the Los Angeles Times. She began working for The Times as a contributor to the digital sports report, with a focus on USC football. Thiry has appeared on nationally televised sports broadcasts on Fox Sports 1. She grew up in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington. 

Recent Articles

  • Rams still getting big plays from special teams

    Rams still getting big plays from special teams

    Special teams came up big again, but it was not enough to help the Rams avoid a 43-35 defeat by the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at the Coliseum Early in the third quarter, after the Rams scored a touchdown to cut a 10-point halftime deficit, Mike Thomas blocked a punt and Blake Countess returned...

  • Rams lose key players in loss to Eagles

    Rams lose key players in loss to Eagles

    Cornerback Kayvon Webster emerged from the Rams’ locker room Sunday with a boot on his right leg and crutches in hand. Inside, cornerback Trumaine Johnson stood in silence, leaning his head against his locker stall. The Rams not only were emotionally exhausted after Sunday’s 43-35 loss to the Philadelphia...

  • The Huddle: Kobe Bryant visits the Eagles as the Rams seek their 10th win

    The Huddle: Kobe Bryant visits the Eagles as the Rams seek their 10th win

    Each week during the season, visit the Huddle for the latest in Rams football news, notes, conversation and opinion. This is notable The Rams clinched their first winning season since 2003 with a victory over the Arizona Cardinals. A win against the Philadelphia Eagles at the Coliseum on Sunday...

  • Podcast | Fearsome Twosome: Goff and Wentz face off in highly anticipated NFC matchup

    Podcast | Fearsome Twosome: Goff and Wentz face off in highly anticipated NFC matchup

    Jared Goff and the NFC West-leading Rams will take on Carson Wentz and the NFC East-leading Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at the Coliseum. It will be a matchup of the No. 1 and No. 2 picks, respectively, in the 2016 draft. Join The Times' Gary Klein and Lindsey Thiry in their discussion of the...

  • Rams punter Johnny Hekker delivers supplies to Ventura County shelter

    Rams punter Johnny Hekker delivers supplies to Ventura County shelter

    Rams punter Johnny Hekker woke up, saw the devastation caused by the Thomas fire in Ventura County, and wanted to help. Hekker and his wife, Makayla, spent part of Tuesday — the Rams’ day off from practice — at a Target store in Newbury Park buying supplies to deliver to a shelter at the Ventura...

  • Meet the veteran at center of Rams' high-scoring attack

    Meet the veteran at center of Rams' high-scoring attack

    Jared Goff likes to run the up-tempo, no-huddle offense not only because it yields results, but also for the laughs it consistently provides the Rams’ quarterback at center John Sullivan’s expense. “When he hears me going, ‘Hey! We’re going no-huddle, here we go!’” Goff says, “He’ll…” Goff stops...

  • Rams end interception drought in style

    Rams end interception drought in style

    Alec Ogletree approached the goal line after intercepting a pass and then punctuated the takeaway with a front flip into the end zone. It was a highlight-reel play by the Rams linebacker in a 32-16 road victory Sunday over the Arizona Cardinals. It was also one of two Rams interceptions in a win...

  • On the field and elsewhere, Rams' Todd Gurley is having a 'good year'

    On the field and elsewhere, Rams' Todd Gurley is having a 'good year'

    It’s a good time to be Rams running back Todd Gurley. Gurley’s former high school team, Tarboro High, will play for a state championship in North Carolina. His college team, Georgia, won the Southeastern Conference Championship and will play in the College Football Playoff. And Sunday, the Rams...

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