Todd Gurley

Ford Fund Teams Up with the California African American Museum to Kick off Men of Courage Greater Los Angeles Barbershop Challenge

Ford Motor Company Fund, the philanthropic arm of Ford Motor Company, is joining forces with the California African American Museum (CAAM) to offer community focused barbershops in the Greater Los Angeles area the opportunity to compete for a $10,000 grant.

L.A. Rams “Level Up” to Beat the Seattle Seahawks

After scoring a road victory against the Arizona Cardinals, the Los Angeles Rams put in the effort offensively and defensively to defeat the Seattle Seahawks 28-21. “We got the job done, so we did a better job than we did last week,” said Rams running back Todd Gurley. “Last week, we came out and put up field goals, this week we came out and put up touchdowns.” Rams quarterback Jared Goff completed 293 passing yards, two interceptions and two touchdowns. Seahawks signal caller Russell Wilson survived five sacks to make 245 passing yards. During this game, Los Angeles partook in

Rams thrive again on road, head to bye week with 2 more wins

The Los Angeles Rams’ longest road trip is finally over, and nothing fights jet lag better than a couple of wins. The defending NFC champions have hit their bye week at 5-3 after back-to-back victories away from LA. The Rams routed Atlanta at the site of last season’s Super Bowl defeat, and they spent the ensuing week in Georgia before crossing the Atlantic for a comfortable 24-10 win over the Cincinnati Bengals in London. Coach Sean McVay gave his players a week off after the 10-day trip and the long flight home, providing the chance to focus on what went

49ers defeat the Rams with Defense

The Los Angeles Rams lost their early momentum and were overcome by the offensive efforts of the San Francisco 49ers 7-20 “It’s a lot of games left, it’s just got to turn it around,” Rams wide receiver Robert Woods said. “What point are we gonna finally click and turn it, but I feel like we’re right there, we just got to stay connected, stay persistent.” Quarterback Jared Goff had only 13 passes for 78 yards, wide receiver Cooper Kupp made four catches for 78 yards and running back Malcolm Brown made 11 carries for 40 yards. San Francisco quarterback Jimmy

Rams Handle Saints 27-9 in NFC Title Rematch, Brees Leaves Injured

In the Rams’ final home opener in the Coliseum before heading into their new Inglewood stadium in 2020, Los Angeles jumped at the opportunity of picking up a statement win in its NFC championship game rematch against the New Orleans Saints. A controversial no-call by Los Angeles cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman resulted in New Orleans falling short of a Super Bowl birth last year — Los Angeles wanted to prove their win was no fluke and did just that — this time routing the shorthanded Saints 27-9 on Sunday. “Every win is a big win, but today was a very important

Cowboys, Elliott Agree on $90 Million Deal that Ends Holdout

The two-time NFL rushing champion is back with the Cowboys thanks to a new $90 million, six-year extension that makes Elliott the highest-paid player at his position — and just in time for the regular season. Dallas hosts the New York Giants on Sunday. 

Super Bowl LIII: Rams vs. Patriots, By The Numbers

The cliché “defense wins championships” was played out on America’s largest domestic sports stage in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday at the Mercedes Benz Stadium as the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3. The heavily relied on defenses of both teams made for an underwhelming Super Bowl fan experience as television ratings hit a 10-year low of 44.9/68 share, according to the Sports Business Journal. “This was for it all, the last two teams, we fell short,” stated back-to-back NFL defensive player of the year, Rams’ defensive tackle, Aaron Donald stated. Coincidentally, the New England Patriots’ dynasty

The 2019 NFC Championship Game Summarized in Haikus

Rams down thirteen points Two field goals and one touchdown Saints fans are real loud   Saints fans yell and yell Offense struggle to hear Goff Goff can’t hear McVay   Rams call a fake punt Hekker throws a perfect pass first down: LA Rams   Thirty-six-yard play Jared Goff to Brandin Cooks Gurley makes touchdown   Higbee is open Rams score on a third-and-goal Three-point game for Rams   Brees throws to Lewis Robey-Coleman hits Lewis No call on the play   Saints and Rams tie twice Sending them to overtime Saints get the ball first   Fowler pressures Brees

Rams Throttle Cardinals 31-9; Eying Post Season Bye

Looking to snap a two-game losing streak, the Los Angeles Rams resembled the team that has been seen during the first 11 weeks of the season, and not the previous two. Rams quarterback Jared Goff found himself of old and was efficient in Sundays 31-9 victory over the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium.

The Rams Suffer Second Consecutive Loss

Goff completed 35 passes for 339 yards, Gurley made two rushing touchdowns and 48 yards from 12 carries. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles landed 24 passes for 270 yards, wide receiver Alshon Jeffery gathered 160 passing yards and made all eight of his catches.