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Before the playoffs, the Rams waive DE Earnest Brown IV.


RAMS WAIVE DEFENSIVE END IN JAN 8Turning 25 on Monday (he is probably had better birthdays), Brown was selected by the Rams in the fifth round of the 2021 draft out of Northwestern University.

Brown played in five games in 2022, starting three of them, totaling nine tackles, after making no appearances in his rookie season. He has made seven appearances this season and has tallied five total tackles, three of which came in the team’s victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

Prior to their playoff debut against the Detroit Lions on Sunday, the Rams will probably make a few more roster changes.

January 6, Williams in Veteran left tackle Trent Williams will not be among the players missing from the San Francisco 49ers’ lineup for their season finale against the Rams on Sunday.

Williams will participate, although it is unknown how many snaps he will play, according to 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan’s announcement on Friday.

Shanahan declared earlier in the week, “I do not think it is good for anybody to take two weeks off.” “After taking a month or three weeks off, you should have seen how Trent was when he returned. It is not good, but everything will depend on how the game plays out. This week, he needs to be thinking like he is getting ready to play.

KUPP AND DONALD OUT JAN 3. The Los Angeles Rams will rest a number of starters on Sunday in preparation for their Week 18 matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, knowing that they have already qualified for the playoffs.

First, the team declared that Sunday’s starting quarterback would be backup Carson Wentz, and starting quarterback Matthew Stafford would rest.

It now seems that other starters will be following suit, as defensive lineman Aaron Donald, receiver Cooper Kupp, and running back Kyren Williams are all reportedly scheduled to miss the game on Sunday.

This season, injuries have kept Williams and Kupp out of four games; Sunday will mark their fifth.

For Los Angeles, Donald has participated in all 16 games this season and has recorded 53 tackles, 16 stops for loss, 23 quarterback hits, and 8 sacks.

Williams Times 2, December 31 In the Rams’ opening quarter against the Giants, Kyren Williams already found himself in the end zone, marking his tenth touchdown of the year.

He was back at it early in the second half, scoring the Rams’ second touchdown of the game by running from two yards out, putting them ahead 20–10.

Williams now has two touchdowns and twelve rushes for 44 yards in the game in addition to two 14-yard receptions.

RAMS CUT CROSBY DEC 12 Less than a week after he signed, the Los Angeles Rams cut veteran kicker Mason Crosby from their practice squad, the team announced.

In addition, the Rams signed long snapper Carson Tinker and placed tight end Hunter Long and long snapper Alex Ward on injured reserve on Tuesday.

Following the Rams’ Sunday loss to the Baltimore Ravens, Long suffered a knee injury that ended his season.

DEC 10 RAMS LEAD With less than five minutes remaining in the game, Matthew Stafford hit DeMarcus Robinson with a crucial touchdown pass to give the Los Angeles Rams a late lead against the Baltimore Ravens.

After the two-point conversion attempt failed, the Rams led 28–23 thanks to the touchdown.

Stafford had now thrown three touchdown passes in the day.

CROSBY ACTIVATED DEC 9 The kicking position is undergoing another alteration for the Los Angeles Rams.

The Rams are promoting former Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby from the practice squad, per NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero.

From 2007 to 22, Crosby participated in every game for the Packers. Later this week, he signed with the Rams practice squad, and on Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens, he will try to make his debut with his new team. The game will begin at 10:00 a.m. PT.

HIGBEE CONCUSSED DEC 3 For the duration of their Sunday encounter with the Browns, the Rams may be without one of their most potent offensive weapons.

Rams tight end Tyler Higbee left the game with what appeared to be a head injury late in the third quarter. He is currently being assessed for a concussion.

Higbee is presently doubtful to make a comeback. At the time of the injury, he had two receptions for 35 yards.

WALKER OUT ON NOV. 19? In their Sunday matchup with the Los Angeles Rams, the Seattle Seahawks suffered a significant loss.

Kenneth Walker, the star running back for the Seahawks, appeared to have suffered a lower-body injury during a carry up the middle on their opening drive of the game.

Walker suddenly collapsed to the ground in the middle of the run after coming up limping.

Walker was taken to the injury tent, where it was discovered he had sustained an oblique injury and would probably not be able to return.

Zach Charbonnet, a backup running back, has moved up to the starting lineup in place of Walker.

International Flags, October 19 For Weeks 7 and 8, you will notice some modifications to a few NFL helmets around the league. Numerous athletes will adorn their helmets with flag decals from their home countries.

According to the league, over 330 players have committed to play, representing 72 different countries. Of those, Nigeria is the most represented overseas nation, with 80 players pledging to fly the Nigerian flag.

BAKER BOMBING AUG. 6 It is training camp in early August, and it might not be fair.

However, the interceptions Baker Mayfield had during Tampa Bay Buccaneers training camp are adding up. and the total of them is growing.

Even though he played well enough to earn a shot in Tampa Bay after Tom Brady retired from the NFL last season with the Los Angeles Rams, Mayfield’s NFL career has been a relative disappointment.

Considering that Baker has already thrown seven interceptions in nine practices during training camp, his one-year contract worth up to $8.5 million may have been a good deal.

NOTES ON THE SCHEDULE The Los Angeles Rams, the defending Super Bowl Champions, might not be as popular as they were after a 5-12 2022 campaign. If nothing else, it appears they will be in a prime spot on one of the more exciting days of the 2023 NFL schedule.

NEWS: Giants vs. Rams on New Year’s Eve

The Rams will play on New Year’s Eve just outside of New York City, per NorthJersey.com:

The report stated that the New York Giants will not have to go far to visit Times Square on New Year’s Eve. “I have heard they are going to play the Los Angeles Rams at home at MetLife.”

Since the Rams’ regular season ends on a Sunday in 2023, this game will not necessarily be prime-time; rather, it will be one of the last ones.

It will take place against the Giants, who were one of the NFL’s biggest surprises the previous campaign. The Giants defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Wild Card Round before falling to the Philadelphia Eagles a week later, having sneaked into the playoffs with a 9-7-1 record in head coach Brian Daboll’s first season in charge.

The Giants traded for tight end Darren Waller, franchise-tagged running back Saquon Barkley, re-signed quarterback Daniel Jones to a four-year, $160 million contract, and selected Maryland cornerback Deonte Banks with their first-round pick this offseason.

The NFL will reveal the complete schedule of games for the 2023 season this evening at 8 p.m. ET, which is when the Rams will find out their full schedule.

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