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2019 Schedule
9-7, 3rd in NFC West
Cowboys sign Zuerlein to shore up kicking game (0:59)
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Source: Cowboys reach deals with Zuerlein, Poe

Greg Zuerlein, who has converted 201 of 245 field goal attempts in the regular season (82%) and is 264-of-270 on extra point attempts since he entered the NFL in 2012, has agreed to a three-year deal with the Cowboys, sources told ESPN.

Brockers' failed deal highlights unusual times around NFL (0:47)
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2dJamison Hensley

Brockers rejoins Rams after failed Ravens deal

After a deal with the Ravens fell through over concerns about his injured left ankle, defensive lineman Michael Brockers is returning to the Rams on a three-year deal, Brockers' agent confirmed to ESPN.

AP Photo/Rick Scuteri
3dVaughn McClure

Gurley not dwelling on lack of touches with Rams

"I try not to press the issue about nothing, so that's just kind of, just sit back and do my job,'' Gurley said about his lack of touches with the Rams last season.

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4dAlden Gonzalez

SoFi Stadium construction continues within rules

The statewide "Safe at Home" guidelines in California allow for construction of the future home of the Rams and Chargers to continue, and the work in Inglewood is ongoing.

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4dLindsey Thiry

Dickerson to talk fans' logo concerns with Rams

Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson tweeted Wednesday that he will be speaking with the Rams about fans' concerns over the team's new logos.

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CB Robey-Coleman, Eagles reach 1-year deal

Veteran cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman, who had three interceptions and three forced fumbles in his three seasons with the Rams, has agreed to a one-year deal with the Eagles.

Boo or Woo the Rams' new logo? (2:04)
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In an offseason of change, what do Rams still need to do? (1:10)
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ESPN Daily: The Decline Of The NFL Running Back

We just saw 2017 Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley released by the LA Rams, and former Chargers star running back Melvin Gordon found a new home in Denver. Behind that shakeup is growing evidence that the role of running backs in the NFL is changing. A renewed focus on pass-heavy offenses, among other factors, is shifting the weight given to the position. FiveThirtyEight's Josh Hermsmeyer outlines the current landscape for running backs, from all angles.

Why the Rams released Todd Gurley (1:18)
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10dLindsey Thiry

Cap-strapped Rams release Gurley, Matthews

Saddled by salary-cap issues after megadeals for a number of players over the past 20 months, the Rams have released RB Todd Gurley and LB Clay Matthews.

Does Gurley prove Titans right by franchising Henry? (1:50)
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OT Whitworth stays with Rams on 3-year deal

Andrew Whitworth, who is entering his 15th season, has agreed to remain with the Los Angeles Rams on a three-year contract, his agency, SportsTrust Advisors, announced Wednesday.

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Source: Rams sign Floyd for 1 year, $10M

Leonard Floyd, who recorded a career-low three sacks for the Bears in 2019, is signing a one-year, $10 million deal worth up to $13 million with the Rams, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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Source: Fowler, Falcons reach 3-year, $48M deal

Dante Fowler, who had 11.5 sacks for the Rams last season, has agreed to a three-year, $48 million deal with the Falcons, a source told ESPN. Atlanta had just 28 sacks as a team.

Team Stats

Passing Yards281.24th
Rushing Yards93.726th
Points For24.611th
Points Against22.8