It’s only a midweek, bye-week practice for a team that has lost three games in a row and slipped below .500.
The coach has made it clear that there will be no change at the sport’s most important position.
Yet all eyes — and no doubt a phalanx of cameras — will be on rookie quarterback Jared Goff on Wednesday when the Rams practice at Cal Lutheran.
Goff, the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft, is expected to take the majority of first-team snaps during a full-squad workout for the first time since the Rams traded up 14 spots to select him.
After the Rams lost to the New York Giants in London on Sunday, Coach Jeff Fisher said Case Keenum...