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Spieth knows how to play from the front, and that's exactly his position

Two days into the British Open, and Jordan Spieth has played in the morning drizzle and afternoon downpour. He has seen the worst of the weather at Royal Birkdale and has made the most of it. He heads into the weekend leading by two strokes at six under par. That alone should concern his fellow...

  • Roger Federer wins record eighth Wimbledon championship

    Roger Federer wins record eighth Wimbledon championship

    Another record for the great Roger Federer. He has now conducted the most expensive tennis clinic in history. The frustrated student Sunday was Croatia’s Marin Cilic, playing in his first Wimbledon final. Federer, a veteran of 11, coolly dispatched him, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4, making it look less like a...

  • Rams' top cornerback Trumaine Johnson expected to hit free agency after 2017 season

    Rams' top cornerback Trumaine Johnson expected to hit free agency after 2017 season

    As he prepares for his sixth season with the Rams, Trumaine Johnson is the team’s top cornerback and highest-paid player. But apparently he is not the right fit. Not for a new long-term contract anyway. After General Manager Les Snead said for months that the Rams would wait to see if Johnson was...

  • J.J. Watt hypes new shoe by taking jabs at Lonzo Ball's ZO2's

    J.J. Watt hypes new shoe by taking jabs at Lonzo Ball's ZO2's

    Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt seized the opportunity and couldn’t resist. It was all business. On Thursday, Watt unveiled on Twitter his second signature training shoes with Reebok, the JJ II. The shoes debuted on Friday and according to Reebok’s website, they retail for $100. Watt decided...

  • Garbine Muguruza has easy match on way to Wimbledon final

    Garbine Muguruza has easy match on way to Wimbledon final

    It’s safe to say that Garbine Muguruza will face a stiffer challenge from Venus Williams in the Wimbledon women’s final than the Spaniard did in Thursday’s semifinal. Slovakia’s Magdalena Rybarikova didn’t offer much resistance in her 6-1, 6-1 loss to Muguruza. “I just wanted to play good match,”...

  • Venus Williams will face Garbine Muguruza in Wimbledon finals

    Venus Williams will face Garbine Muguruza in Wimbledon finals

    Venus Williams could have played it safe. She and Johanna Konta were tied, 4-4, in the first set of their Wimbledon semifinal. Williams was down, 30-40 and her first serve was long. Another miss and she was in danger of allowing Konta to serve for the set. Instead of easing off her second serve...

  • Long-running elbow problem makes for a short day at Wimbledon for Novak Djokovic

    Long-running elbow problem makes for a short day at Wimbledon for Novak Djokovic

    In the end, the elbow pain was just too much for Novak Djokovic. The Serbian star, seeded No. 2 at Wimbledon, pulled out of his quarterfinal match against Tomas Berdych on Wednesday, two games into the second set. “It’s the elbow that already keeps bothering for over a year-and-a-half, actually,”...

  • Joe Montana compares Colin Kaepernick's quarterback skills to Tim Tebow's

    Joe Montana compares Colin Kaepernick's quarterback skills to Tim Tebow's

    Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana was asked Tuesday whether he thought former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick would land on an NFL roster by the time the 2017 season starts. In giving his answer, Montana brought up another former NFL quarterback, Tim Tebow. Translation: Kaepernick’s...

  • An incident at Wimbledon puts self-effacing 'ball kids' in an unaccustomed spotlight

    An incident at Wimbledon puts self-effacing 'ball kids' in an unaccustomed spotlight

    Wimbledon ball boys and ball girls are to be neither seen nor heard. They are chasing down stray tennis balls, rolling them to players on demand, distributing towels. But there has been a bit of uncomfortable scrutiny on the “ball kids” in recent days, after Frenchman Adrian Mannarino bumped into...

  • Venus Williams serves strong, earns spot in Wimbledon semifinal

    Venus Williams serves strong, earns spot in Wimbledon semifinal

    Youth was served. And served. Then served even harder. In a blink it was over Tuesday, with Venus Williams making short work of Latvia’s Jelena Ostapenko in a Wimbledon women’s quarterfinal, 6-3, 7-5. On a drizzly day when play was suspended because of weather, Williams rained down aces — eight,...

  • Warm weather makes Wimbledon grass even more challenging

    Warm weather makes Wimbledon grass even more challenging

    It has been an unseasonably warm and dry summer here, and the grass courts at Wimbledon have come under particular scrutiny. A number of players have been critical of their condition, among them Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic. Richard Lewis, chief executive of the All England Lawn Tennis Club,...

  • Gilles Muller beats Rafael Nadal in marathon match at Wimbledon

    Gilles Muller beats Rafael Nadal in marathon match at Wimbledon

    Late in his career and late in the day — the shadows long on the courts of Wimbledon — the tireless Gilles Muller finally got what he wanted. An early exit for Rafael Nadal. In a fourth-round match Monday that had the tennis world hanging on every point, Muller stubbornly outlasted one of the best...

  • Wimbledon executive 'disappointed' by critical comments by Tomic

    Wimbledon executive 'disappointed' by critical comments by Tomic

    So far, Wimbledon has been largely free of controversy. Then there’s the case of Australia’s Bernard Tomic, who caused a stir last week when he confessed to reporters he was “a little bit bored” in his first-round loss to Alexander Zverev and that he called for a trainer – even though he wasn’t...

  • This Wimbledon fan has learned to wing it

    This Wimbledon fan has learned to wing it

    About 40,000 spectators attend Wimbledon each day, many dressed in similar tennis garb and for the most part indistinguishable from each other. Chris Fava stands out in the crowd. Fava, 41, an ardent tennis fan who lives in Venice Beach, has worn a different elaborate Wimbledon-themed costume each...

  • Big 4 men and wide-open women's field get ready for Manic Monday and second week of Wimbledon

    Big 4 men and wide-open women's field get ready for Manic Monday and second week of Wimbledon

    Heading into the second week of Wimbledon, the tournament has rounded into a tale of mastery versus mystery. The remaining men include the familiar foursome of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, and Andy Murray. Someone from that group has won this storied tournament every year since...

  • NFL Films tackles challenge of making the 2016 Rams watchable

    NFL Films tackles challenge of making the 2016 Rams watchable

    It’s an experience that neither the Rams nor their fans want to endure again. But the club’s first season back in Los Angeles was captured in minute detail by the highly skilled storytellers at NFL Films for the Amazon original series “All or Nothing: A Season with the Los Angeles Rams,” now available...

  • Marshawn Lynch might have used his hands just a little during a charity soccer game. Watch the video

    Marshawn Lynch might have used his hands just a little during a charity soccer game. Watch the video

    Marshawn Lynch didn’t get the memo about not using his hands while playing soccer. Or, more likely, he didn’t care. Playing in a charity soccer event near Seattle, the former Seahawks and now Oakland Raiders running back entered the game in the second half wearing official Beast Mode socks and...

  • NFL report: Raiders give contract extension to guard Gabe Jackson

    NFL report: Raiders give contract extension to guard Gabe Jackson

    The Oakland Raiders have locked up another member of their stellar 2014 draft class, agreeing to a five-year extension to keep guard Gabe Jackson under contract through the 2022 season. A person familiar with the deal said Friday that it is worth $56 million. The person spoke on condition of anonymity...

  • Rams will practice twice with Chargers during training camp

    The Rams and the Chargers, already scheduled to play a preseason game at the Coliseum, will practice together twice during training camp, the teams announced Thursday. The Rams open training camp workouts July 29 at UC Irvine. They will host the Chargers for a joint practice Aug. 9. The Chargers...

  • Chargers release training camp practice schedule

    The Chargers’ first practices in town as the Los Angeles Chargers will begin on Sunday, July 30 at the Jack Hammett Sports Complex in Costa Mesa. Training camp practices will be open to the public with free admission. The team will hold joint practices with the New Orleans Saints and the Rams,...

  • Rams terminate contract of defensive tackle Tyrunn Walker

    The Rams on Thursday terminated the contract of defensive lineman Tyrunn Walker, the same day a New Orleans news organization reported that police in Lafayette, La., were concluding a sexual assault investigation involving Walker. The New Orleans Advocate reported that Walker and another man are...

  • Falcons' Devonta Freeman: 'I was supposed to be the MVP this year of the Super Bowl'

    Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman rushed 11 times for 75 yards during Super Bowl LI earlier this year. But only two of those carries and one of the yards came after the Falcons had built a 28-3 lead over the New England Patriots in the third quarter. The Falcons ended up losing that...

  • Raiders quarterback Derek Carr gets a $125-million extension, becomes the NFL's highest-paid player

    The Oakland Raiders are eventually moving to Las Vegas, but quarterback Derek Carr isn’t going anywhere. The Raiders on Thursday signed Carr to a five-year, $125-million contract extension, making him the NFL’s highest-paid player when it comes to per-season average. Carr will average $25 million...

  • Rams continue to reduce roster, waive defensive back Brian Randolph

    The Rams continued to decrease their roster Wednesday, waiving defensive back Brian Randolph, the team announced. Randolph, who was on injured reserve last season because of a knee injury, is the fifth player in the last two days to be released. The Rams on Tuesday waived center Demetrius Rhaney,...

  • Rams release center Demetrius Rhaney and three other players

    Demetrius Rhaney, a backup center for the Rams the last three seasons, was one of four players waived Tuesday. Receiver Marquez North and linebackers Reggie Northrup and Teidrick Smith were also waived. Rhaney played college football at Tennessee State and was selected by the Rams in the seventh...

  • Warren Sapp says he'll donate his brain for concussion research

    Warren Sapp remembers the days when football players would tackle from the head and grab each others’ facemasks. He recalls the days when training camp was all about how badly one player could punish another and how much punishment one could take. “It was, ‘Who’s tough?’” Sapp said in a video for...

  • Fan sues Chicago Bears, NFL for the right to wear Green Bay Packers gear on Soldier Field

    Russell Beckman is a die-hard Green Bay Packers fan. He likes dressing up in team gear and attending as many home and road games as possible each season. Beckman is also a Chicago Bears season ticket holder, which entitles him to certain game-day experiences at Soldier Field. One of those is the...

  • Rams rookie receivers could push second-year pros for playing time

    It was not an over-the-top celebration, just a small exclamation point to a touchdown catch during offseason workouts. Rams receiver Pharoh Cooper spun the ball like a top on the end zone turf. Then, with teammates hooting and hollering, he stepped back to admire his work. A sign of things to come...

  • Rams trade offensive lineman Greg Robinson to Detroit Lions for draft pick

    He was the second player chosen in the 2014 draft, an offensive lineman the Rams envisioned as a franchise cornerstone. Instead, Greg Robinson could never overcome the penalties and protection issues that plagued him as an overmatched left tackle. After new coach Sean McVay moved Robinson to the...

  • Jon Gruden's son makes a name for himself as a competitive powerlifter

    Throughout his career as an NFL coach and broadcaster, Jon Gruden has been surrounded by a host of powerful athletes. Pound for pound, his son might be the strongest of them. Jon “Deuce” Gruden II, 23, is the eldest son of the former Raiders and Buccaneers coach and is ascending to the pinnacle...

  • Rams' Tavon Austin continues his steady progress from wrist surgery

    The progress in recovery from wrist surgery has been steady for Rams receiver Tavon Austin. The fifth-year pro did not participate in full-team drills during offseason workouts, organized team activities or minicamps, but he remained active via multiple conditioning drills, most of which included...

  • Inglewood will vote on deal for Clippers to explore new arena

    As round-the-clock construction continues on the $2.6-billion stadium for the Rams and Chargers in Inglewood, the resurgent city is moving toward adding another team. Inglewood's City Council will vote Thursday on an exclusive negotiating agreement for a Clippers-controlled company to build an...

  • Two tight ends are better than one for Chargers

    The understudy is ready for a leading role. That was evident last season when Chargers rookie tight end Hunter Henry, a second-round pick out of Arkansas in 2016, caught 36 passes for 478 yards and eight touchdowns and was an effective blocker in the running game. The star is not ready to yield...

  • There are signs that second-year Rams QB Jared Goff might be much improved

    Three weeks ago, when the Rams began organized team activity workouts, quarterback Jared Goff was asked to assess the change in offensive systems from last season. “It’s way different,” he said. That was no surprise: The Rams have a new coach in Sean McVay, a new quarterback-friendly scheme and...

  • Chargers agree to deal with rusher Melvin Ingram

    The Chargers entered their final week of organized team activities under a cloud of bad news. Their top pick, wide receiver Mike Williams, wouldn’t be on the field with his new teammates until training camp at the earliest, a lower back problem making Chargers fans nervous about the team’s No....

  • NFL notes: Jets sign former Giants and Dolphins linebacker Spencer Paysinger

    The New York Jets signed former Giants and Dolphins linebacker Spencer Paysinger. The move fills the roster spot that was vacated when the Jets cut linebacker David Harris on Tuesday after 10 seasons with the team. The Jets also announced that they have waived linebacker Randell Johnson, who...

  • Rams sign tight end Gerald Everett, receiver Cooper Kupp and safety John Johnson

    The Rams signed their top three draft picks — tight end Gerald Everett, receiver Cooper Kupp and safety John Johnson — the team announced Friday night. Terms were not disclosed. All of the Rams’ draftees have participated in a rookie minicamp and organized team activities, which concluded this...

  • Super Bowl-pedigreed Kayvon Webster must show he can handle starting role with the Rams

    Most of Kayvon Webster’s NFL snaps came on special teams, not in the secondary. The cornerback sat behind multiple Pro Bowl players while contributing to Denver Broncos teams that played in two Super Bowls. Now, for the first time, Webster is on track to start on defense. The Rams, with a hearty...

  • Denzel Perryman finds his voice in the middle of the Chargers' defense

    In conversation, the “oomph” isn’t really present in Denzel Perryman’s voice. The Chargers middle linebacker, the man tasked with relaying play calls, lining up teammates and breaking huddles, has a smooth alto when talking without a helmet covering his face. “I’m just trying to earn my stripes,”...

  • Body of former NFL player James Hardy found in Indiana river

    Authorities said Thursday that former NFL wide receiver James Hardy has been found dead in a river in northeast Indiana. The Allen County Coroner's Office said that although the 31-year-old's body has been identified, the cause and manner of his death are still being investigated. His body was...

  • Ravens release tight end Dennis Pitta after his third hip injury

    The Baltimore Ravens have released tight end Dennis Pitta with an injury waiver after he hurt his right hip for a third time in practice last week. The injury occurred during an offseason practice session Friday. Each time Pitta hurt the hip previously, the injury was serious enough to be considered...

  • Bills cornerback Shareece Wright pays more than $900 for an eight-hour Uber ride to practice

    Shareece Wright apparently just had to get to practice for the Buffalo Bills on Monday, even if the workout was considered voluntary. Why else would he have paid more than $900 for an Uber ride from Chicago to Buffalo late Sunday night and well into the next morning? One of Wright's representatives,...

  • Chargers first-round pick Mike Williams won't return till training camp at earliest

    When the Chargers selected wide receiver Mike Williams with their first-round pick, it seemed as if they were getting a fairly well-known commodity. The Clemson product would be a big target for Philip Rivers, and the kind of talent who should be able to make an early impact for a quarterback known...

  • Video appears to show Rex and Rob Ryan involved in a bar fight in Nashville

    A video appeared on Twitter this weekend that shows what many of us undoubtedly figure is just a day in the life of Rex and Rob Ryan. The twin brothers and former NFL coaches — Rex was head coach of the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills, Rob was defensive coordinator for several teams, most recently...

  • Trumaine Johnson participates in Rams workouts

    After being absent for a week, Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson returned to organized team activity workouts Monday, explaining that a personal situation kept him away, not a contract dispute. “Right now, I’m happy to be here and playing ball,” Johnson said. “I’m controlling what I can control....

  • Statue of Jackie Robinson will be installed at the Rose Bowl this fall

    Jackie Robinson will have a permanent home at the Rose Bowl. A commemorative statue honoring the trailblazing sports icon will be installed this fall outside the main gate of the historic venue, according to Legacy Connections, the private nonprofit fundraising arm of the Rose Bowl Stadium. The...

  • Matt Smith to replace Josh Lewin as Chargers' play-by-play radio voice

    The Chargers’ plan to “Fight for L.A.” got a new narrator Monday, with the team announcing Los Angeles sports-talk mainstay Matt Smith as the team’s new radio play-by-play announcer. Smith is the co-host of “Petros and Money” on KLAC-AM (570) and a contributing analyst on the NFL Network and NFL.com....

  • Seahawks sign quarterback Austin Davis; Colin Kaepernick remains without a job

    Quarterback Austin Davis has been signed by the Seattle Seahawks. The team announced the move Monday morning, nearly two weeks after Davis visited the Seahawks looking for the chance to compete for the backup job behind starter Russell Wilson. Davis has completed 236 of 378 passes with 13 touchdowns...

  • Andrew Whitworth brings protective services to Rams

    During the last eight of his 11 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, Andrew Whitworth played left tackle and protected a couple of very good quarterbacks. With Whitworth minding their blind side, Carson Palmer and Andy Dalton each led the Bengals to the playoffs. So it was no surprise in March...

  • Chargers are looking for a new wave of unheralded players to make a difference

    Underneath the San Diego sun for the final two weeks, the Chargers will wrap their summer program with organized team activities followed by minicamp before breaking until July, a break that’ll have them coming to new digs in Costa Mesa for training camp. Philip Rivers’ final passes at Chargers...

  • From USC to Buffalo and back, these former teammates know the drill

    The practice matchup has played out thousands of times in more than seven years, first when they were teenage teammates at USC, then as young pros with the Buffalo Bills and now as NFL veterans preparing for their first season with the Rams. Cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman bends his knees, stares...

  • Rams mailbag: Trumaine Johnson's situation, Greg Robinson's future and Jared Goff's progress

    Cornerback Trumaine Johnson joined defensive tackle Aaron Donald on the absentee list during the second week of organized team activities. The Rams have four OTA workouts remaining this week, and they also will hold a mandatory minicamp June 13-15. Now, on to your questions. Keep them coming at...

  • Pete Carroll says Colin Kaepernick can still start in the NFL

    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says he believes Colin Kaepernick can still be a starting quarterback in the NFL. It just won't be in Seattle, for now. Seattle had Kaepernick in for a meeting last week as it continued to examine options at quarterback behind starter Russell Wilson. While Seattle...

  • Chargers agree to terms with final unsigned draft pick, lineman Dan Feeney

    The Chargers and rookie offensive lineman Dan Feeney have agreed to a four-year deal, meaning the team has now signed each of its picks from the most recent NFL draft. Feeney, selected by the Chargers in the third round, has been participating in the team’s offseason program while his deal was...

  • Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s plan to drive Philadelphia Eagles car hits roadblock

    Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s ride in a Philadelphia Eagles car has been red-flagged. Earnhardt was scheduled to race next week at Pocono Raceway with his No. 88 Chevrolet wrapped in the Eagles’ team colors and logo. But Hendrick Motorsports and the Eagles say the sponsorship is off because the NFL doesn't...

  • Michael Vick wants to be an NFL coach

    Michael Vick announced his retirement as a player earlier this offseason but that doesn’t mean he’s through with the NFL. "I would love to coach in the National Football League one day," Vick told ESPN's Adam Schefter. "... At some point, I'd definitely love to help work with young quarterbacks...

  • Rams, Chargers reach out to LGBTQ community with sponsorship of Venice Pride

    The Rams and Chargers are in a so-called “Fight for L.A.,” a competition that includes wooing — and accepting — new fans from all parts of Southern California’s diverse population. Both franchises have reached out to the LGBTQ community to help sponsor this weekend’s second annual Venice Pride...

  • Eric Dickerson, Jackie Slater attend Rams Legends event in a show of team unity across eras

    It’s been nearly 70 years since Jim Hardy played quarterback for the Rams. But at 94, Hardy still apparently maintains his skills. “Even to this late date, I’ll get out in the neighborhood and punt and pass with the local kids,” Hardy said Thursday during a Rams Legends reunion event in Thousand...

  • Matt Cassell, former USC quarterback, will have surgery on thumb

    Tennessee backup quarterback Matt Cassel will have surgery to put a pin in his right thumb after being hurt during the Titans’ offseason program. Cassel, 35, who played at Chatsworth High and USC, suffered the injury to his throwing hand Tuesday during the Titans’ closed organized team activity...

  • Wenger gets two-year deal to stay at Arsenal

    Arsene Wenger will stay on as Arsenal coach, earning a new two-year contract despite the north London soccer team’s missing out on Champions League qualification. Arsenal said the 67-year-old Frenchman secured the extension after a full review of the club’s activities “to identify areas for improvement...

  • Rams' cornerback Trumaine Johnson again is absent from OTA workouts

    Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson remained absent from organized team activity workouts Wednesday, a person with knowledge of the situation said. Only one workout per week is open to reporters. Johnson, who will be paid nearly $17 million this season while playing under the franchise tag for a second...

  • Rams offensive lineman Greg Robinson staying positive while competing for a starting job

    He was the No. 2 pick in the NFL 2014 draft but has struggled with penalties and protection issues playing left tackle. The Rams this offseason signed a three-time Pro Bowl player to take his spot, moved him to the right side and then declined to exercise their fifth-year option, a move that would...

  • Mike Tirico to replace Al Michaels as NBC's play-by-play announcer for 'Thursday Night Football'

    Mike Tirico is replacing Al Michaels as the play-by-play announcer for “Thursday Night Football” games broadcast by NBC this season. The NFL needed to approve the switch because its contract with the network calls for the top broadcast team to televise Thursday games. NBC has those games from Nov....

  • Rams' franchise player Trumaine Johnson is a no-show at OTA workout

    The long-term status of Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson, in flux since the end of last season, took another turn Tuesday when he did not show up for an organized team activity workout. It might be innocuous — OTA workouts are voluntary — but for a team already missing star defensive tackle Aaron...

  • Rams again add quarterback Dylan Thompson to roster

    The Rams, with only two quarterbacks on the roster at the start of organized team activities last week, added another Tuesday by re-signing Dylan Thompson. Thompson, 25, was with the Rams during OTAs and training camp last season before he was released. Thompson participated in a Rams rookie camp...

  • Plenty of time for the Los Angeles Rams and Aaron Donald to reach an agreement

    An oversized yellow dump truck served as a backdrop for photographers, dwarfing Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald. It was November, and the Rams were celebrating the groundbreaking for their planned $2.6-billion stadium in Inglewood. Donald was there to stick a ceremonial shovel in the ground...

  • Rams mailbag: Aaron Donald's contract situation, Tavon Austin's status, Jared Goff's weight gain and more

    Three-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Aaron Donald was absent because of a contract situation, but the Rams completed their first week of organized team activities. They have seven workouts remaining over the next few weeks, and they also will hold a mandatory mini-camp June 13-15. Now, on to your...

  • NFL: Redskins sign third-round pick Fabian Moreau of UCLA

    The Washington Redskins have signed the final member of their 10-player draft class, third-round pick Fabian Moreau, who is recovering from a torn pectoral muscle. The team announced the deal Friday. The cornerback out of UCLA tore a pectoral muscle at his pro day in March. He was projected to...

  • Rams newcomer Robert Woods is looking out for No. 1 receiver role

    In a recent ceremony at his old high school, legendary status was bestowed upon Robert Woods. Gardena Serra made the new Rams receiver the first recipient of “Serra Legend” recognition. In honor of his performance on the field, and the character he displays on and off it, a patch bearing Woods’...

  • ESPN hires Chip Kelly as studio football analyst

    Former college and NFL coach Chip Kelly has signed a multiyear deal with ESPN to talk about both as a studio analyst. Kelly, most recently coach of the San Francisco 49ers, will predominantly work college football pregames, halftimes and studio wraps during fall Saturdays on ESPN2. He will also...

  • Roger Goodell among speakers at Rams event

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and NBC play-by-play man Al Michaels will be among the featured speakers June 15 for Rams All-Access at the Coliseum. The annual dinner event staged by the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission allows fans to meet and take photos with current and former Rams...

  • Demonstrators gather near NFL offices in New York in 'show of solidarity' for Colin Kaepernick

    Colin Kaepernick still hasn’t been signed by an NFL team, and a group of people decided to let the league know they’re not happy about the situation. A rally was held Wednesday afternoon across the street from the NFL offices in Manhattan. There were two trucks holding video boards: one showing...

  • Rams' Lamarcus Joyner happy he pushed for move from cornerback to free safety

    The scene was among the most compelling in last year’s “Hard Knocks” series about the Rams. Lamarcus Joyner, a slot cornerback, met with former coach Jeff Fisher to explain his absence from a training camp workout. The second-round pick in the 2014 draft was frustrated about his lack of a starting...

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