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2019 Schedule
6-4, 3rd in NFC West
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12hLindsey Thiry

WR Cooks: Didn't mull retiring after concussions

Rams receiver Brandin Cooks, who cleared the concussion protocol Thursday, said the two concussions he has suffered this season have "absolutely not" caused him to consider retirement.

0:31

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Aaron Donald on playing Lamar Jackson: "You never want to play a quarterback that can run like that."

Ninkovich: Ravens look like the best team in the NFL (1:13)
14h

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams RB Malcolm Brown is not at practice as he awaits the birth of his firstborn, Sean McVay said. McVay said they anticipate that Brown will return in time for Monday's game. That being said, this kind of thing is not entirely predictable.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Wade Phillips on Lamar Jackson: "Lamar Jackson, everybody is saying and rightfully so, he's certainly the MVP so far this year." As far as comparisons to Michael Vick? "Lamar, yeah this era's Michael Vick, maybe plus. Michael Vick Plus."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Robert Woods is at the Rams facility today and will practice, Sean McVay says. As far as playing Monday night? "We'll see," McVay said.

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18hJamison Hensley

Ravens CB Peters: No chip on shoulder for Rams

Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters, about to face the Rams for the first time since they traded him in October, said he holds no animosity toward his former team.

Lamar Jackson ready to keep Ravens rolling vs. Rams (0:30)
23h
Golic shocked Weddle won't share Ravens' secrets (1:58)
1d
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1dLindsey Thiry

Weddle won't divulge Ravens' secrets to Rams

Rams safety Eric Weddle, who played the previous three seasons in Baltimore, won't be sharing any insights about his former team ahead of Monday night's game.

0:27

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

How will the Rams prepare for Lamar Jackson? "John Wolford's going to do a great job for us. We'll see if he found some extra speed this week, too," Sean McVay said, chuckling, about his scout team QB.

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2dLindsey Thiry

Rams expect return of WR Cooks (concussions)

Rams receiver Brandin Cooks is expected to return Monday against the Ravens after sustaining two concussions and missing two games.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Sean McVay said Wednesday that WR Robert Woods remains away from the team because of a personal issue and was unable to provide clarity on when Woods might return. "Still handling his family matters," McVay said about Woods. WR Brandin Cooks is on track to play Monday night against the Ravens. Cooks sustained two concussions last month, and was inactive the last two games. "He's felt good for a couple weeks," McVay said. "We've gotten the thumbs up from everybody else."

Tensions high as the Chargers' and Rams' new stadium in LA opens (1:33)
2d
NFL fans will support a winner in LA (1:35)
2d

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams DT Aaron Donald has been named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in a win over the Bears. Donald had two sacks, four quarterback hits and a pass deflection in the 17-7 victory. Donald has a sack in five consecutive games, which is tied for the longest streak of his career.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Rams coach Sean McVay said he expects WR Brandin Cooks, who has missed the past two games after being in concussion protocol, to return for next Monday night's game against the Ravens.

3d

Gritty Team Win

JB Long & D'Marco Farr are joined by Rams Head Coach Sean McVay who talks about the tough gritty team win Sunday over the Chicago Bears. Offensively Todd Gurley carries the Rams early and throughout the game behind the new look offensive line. The Defense held the Bears and Trubisky in check hugely contributing to the needed win. Coach talks about the strategy to try to stop the Ravens' Lamar Jackson next Monday.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

A couple of WR updates: Sean McVay said Monday that there's no update on Robert Woods, who was inactive and absent from Sunday's game because of a personal matter. However, McVay said that he anticipates Brandin Cooks will be available Monday night against the Ravens.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams offensive line averaged a pass-block win rate of 53.7 percent through 10 weeks. On Sunday night, against the Bears, their pass-block win rate jumped to 78.6 percent, their best rate of the season, despite relying on three first-year starters and moving Austin Blythe from OG to C.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Double team rate as an edge rusher (x) by pass rush win rate as an edge rusher (y). Robert Quinn, Myles Garrett, Jadeveon Clowney, DeMarcus Lawrence and Za'Darius Smith stand out for their ability to consistently win despite being double-teamed frequently. Pass rush win rate is the rate at which a defender beats his pass blocker within 2.5 seconds of the snap. It is an ESPN metric that uses NFL Next Gen Stats data.

Team Stats

Passing Yards268.9Tied-7th
Rushing Yards97.620th
Points For24.311th
Points Against19.8