Tutu Atwell might be the fastest player on the Rams, but he’s gotten off to a slow start this summer – and not because he’s struggled on the field. The problem is, he hasn’t been on the field at all during training camp.
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford has a well-established reputation for toughness. He provided another example of it on Tuesday. One day after banging his hand against a helmet, Stafford fully participated in practice.
In most cases, worrying about the running back position should come after at least Week 1. With Cam Akers suffering a season-ending Achilles injury prior to the start of training, the Los Angeles Rams are answering that problem now. For the time being, third-year runner Darrell Henderson will continue to see a majority of the first-team reps.
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford is on the practice field Tuesday, a day after hitting his surgically repaired thumb on a helmet. A small bandage on his thumb is the only sign of Stafford’s injury, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN reports.
The Eagles former first round pick is falling out of favor in Philadelphia The Los Angeles Rams have had the same bookend tackles for the last four seasons, and both Andrew Whitworth and Rob Havenstein are back in camp in 2021.
Sebastian Joseph-Day has become an outstanding run defender for the Los Angeles Rams since he was elevated to a starter role in 2019, consistently clogging up running lanes in the middle of the defensive line.
The Rams are no stranger to preseason quarterback injuries It’s too early and not enough is yet known for fan of the Los Angeles Rams to lose sleep over quarterback Matthew Stafford’s reported injury during Monday’s training camp practice.
Matthew Stafford spreads the ball around targets and target areas. Monday was day five of Los Angeles Rams training camp and I went over to UC Irvine to see the action in person, as I have every year since the team moved back to LA in 2016.