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About the Los Angeles Rams

Brandin Cooks plays for the Rams
Brandin Cooks plays for the Rams

The Los Angeles Rams ply their trade in the NFC’s West Division. They are located in Los Angeles, California. They have won 3 NFL Championships, and are the only team to have won them while representing different cities – St. Louis in 1999, Los Angeles in 1951 and Cleveland in 1945. Their home games are played at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The general manager is Samuel Lester, also known as simply ‘Les’.

Team History

Los Angeles RamsStarted in 1937, the Rams are among the oldest NFL franchises. During their first six seasons, they did not do better than hitting the .500 mark. They disbanded in 1943 due to a shortage of manpower during World War 2. Their winning streak started when they beat the NFL’s Washington Redskins 15-14 in the championships. That year, Bob Waterfield, a rookie from UCLA, was named Player of the Year.

That was the last championship game that the Rams played in Cleveland. Dan Reeves, a smart businessman and risk-taker, decided to move the Rams to Los Angeles during the 1946 season, after having bought them back in 1941. He also signed Woody Strode and Kenny Washington, making them the first-ever African-American players with a contract in the NFL since 1932. Additionally, Reeves started the ‘Free Football for Kids’ program, laying the foundation for the current TV policies. He was also the first owner to employ a permanent scouting staff.

Carroll Rosenbloom took over the Rams in 1972 after trading franchises with Bob Irsay. He passed away in 1979 and was succeeded as president/owner by his widow, Georgia. The Rams moved to St. Louis in 1995 where they played in the Edward Jones Dome. They hired Dick Vermeil as a coach in 1997.

In 1999, the Rams rose to become Super Bowl Champions. Led by Kurt Warner (quarterback) and Marshall Faulk (running back), they beat Tennessee 23-16 in Super Bowl XXXIV. After this victory, Mike Martz replaced Vermeil when he retired as offensive coordinator. Jeff Fisher was named the head coach later in 2011, and the team moved to Los Angeles in 2016.

Famous Players

Marshall Faulk

Marshall is among the only 3 NFL players (including Tiki Barber and Marcus Allen) to acheive over 5,000 receiving yards and 10,000 rushing yards. He is the only one to accumulate 12,000 rushing yards and 6,000 receiving yards. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011 and the College Hall of Fame in 2017. He was an analyst for several NFL network programs up until December 2017.

Kurt Warner

Kurt was thought of as the best undrafted NFL player in history, after his 12-year-long career. His story was regarded as one of the NFL’s greatest. In 2017, he was inducted into both the Arena Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Eric Dickerson

Eric has rushed over 13,000 yards in his career. He currently holds the record for single-season rushing in the NFL at 2,105 yards, which he set in 1984. In 1999, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He suffered from myopia, which forced him to wear prescription goggles throughout his career.