Jared Goff took a moment before the first play call and slapped hands or bumped fists with teammates in the huddle.
The rookie quarterback was about to start perhaps his most important practice since the Rams selected him No. 1 in the NFL draft.
With the Rams in a bye week, Coach Jeff Fisher on Wednesday had starter Case Keenum step aside and gave Goff a developmental opportunity. The former University of California standout took the majority of first-team snaps for the first time.
It was a chance to show how far he has progressed since training camp — and demonstrate his readiness to play.
Goff did not...