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Past articles by Rich:

Amid offseason coaching moves, Rams hope to keep Jared Goff comfortable

The loss of assistant coaches to bigger roles is a byproduct of NFL success, and as the Rams reconfigure their staff during this offseason, their goal is to minimize angst for quarterback Jared Gof… → Read More

Rams coach Sean McVay planned for Todd Gurley to have limited Super Bowl role, but not due to injury

Star running back doesn’t address the media two days after another puzzling performance in the Rams’ Super Bowl loss to the Patriots, but the head coach indicates Gurley’s knee is… → Read More

Offseason analysis: What the Rams must do to return to the Super Bowl (and win it)

As the offseason begins, here are the five most-important things — in chronological order — the Rams must do to return to the Super Bowl, and perhaps win it this time. → Read More

Rams’ Super Bowl disappointment leaves lingering questions, and here are the answers – San Bernardino Sun

The mysterious absence of The Real Todd Gurley is one of several questions that arose from the Rams’ oh-so-humbling Super Bowl defeat. Fortunately, our Rich Hammond has answers. → Read More

Rams offense loses its way in 13-3 Super Bowl defeat to New England Patriots

On the game’s biggest stage, the Rams offense seemed to develop a bad case of stage fright. The Patriots captured their sixth Super Bowl title, frustrating Jared Goff and the Rams for a 13-3 … → Read More

Rams cornerback Aqib Talib finally gets to see New England Patriots in Super Bowl

Talib has made the Rams defense better when he’s been on the field. → Read More

Lamarcus Joyner, the Rams’ ‘franchise’ player, could be playing his final game with team

Joyner endured the team’s relocation from St. Louis and shifting positions on the field before thriving for the past two seasons under coordinator Wade Phillips. → Read More

Aaron Donald wins NFL Defensive Player of the Year award again, leads Rams into Super Bowl

Dominant DT wins the NFL’s Associated Press Defensive Player of the Year award for the second consecutive year → Read More

Rams lineman Austin Blythe kept tight grip on starting job this season

When the Rams moved his locker room stall so that he could be closer to the starting offensive lineman, Austin Blythe knew he had found a home. → Read More

How Rams coach Sean McVay and QB Jared Goff formed winning bond from first meeting

It was akin to a speed date, a chance for Sean McVay and Jared Goff to get to know one another before the Rams decided whether McVay was their guy. Turns out it was the start of something big. → Read More

Rams vs. New England Patriots in the Super Bowl: Who has the edge?

An expanded look at Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup and, of course, we tell you who will win. → Read More

Rams’ Sam Shields grateful for return to Super Bowl after concussions threatened career

Shields may be one concussion away from having to retire. But he’s made big contributions on special teams and as a back-up cornerback on the Rams’ NFC championship team. → Read More

Rams’ Robert Woods driven to bring Super Bowl title to L.A.

Woods grew up in Southern California during a time in which that was a forgotten land to the NFL. So Sunday’s Super Bowl appearance as a Los Angeles Ram has some special meaning for him. → Read More

Rams season in review: Stan Kroenke’s vision for success becomes a reality

The Rams may have arrived at this lofty place a little ahead of schedule, with a new stadium to open in 2020. But here they are, much to the delight of their owner. → Read More

Rams’ Todd Gurley and Patriots’ Sony Michel shelve Georgia Bulldogs pride for a week – San Gabriel Valley Tribune

They once shared carries in the University of Georgia backfield. On Sunday, the Rams’ Todd Gurley and New England rookie Sony Michel will be opposite sides of Super Bowl LIII. Gurley said he … → Read More

How Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein went from job insecurity to Super Bowl

Greg the Leg delivered for the Rams, sending them to the Super Bowl with a 57-yard dart of a field goal. Quite a success story for a guy who appeared to be on the verge of losing his job in 2015. → Read More

Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips prepares for reunion with Tom Brady

The Patriots’ quarterback has won 6 of their 9 meetings, but his statistics have been below his average. Notes from the Rams preparations for Super Bowl LIII. → Read More

Might Rams tackle Andrew Whitworth make Super Bowl his NFL swan song?

The 13-year veteran said he will ponder his future after the season, but a trophy wouldn’t be the determining factor. → Read More

Rams’ Marcus Peters has some fun engaging with media ‘sharks’ on Super Bowl opening night

At some point after the Super Bowl, the Rams will have to decide whether to re-sign Marcus Peters, who mostly has been coachable and a good teammate this season. → Read More

Rams’ Todd Gurley got ‘chills’ attending past Super Bowls, and now gets his chance

The Rams’ star running back said he’s focused on the NFL’s biggest prize of all, and isn’t worried about his limited role in the NFC championship game. → Read More