Myles and D'Marco share who stood out to both of them during OTAs and minicamp, where L.A. is at linebacker, potential timelines for a resolution to the Aaron Donald contract situation, and how they'll spend their time off until training camp.
In the second episode of Rams Playbook, L.A. head coach Sean McVay discusses his second offseason program as a head coach, what's different for him in 2018, and how he'll coach with the weight of expectations.
Rams Playbook is a new podcast from the L.A. Rams featuring interviews with some of your favorite players and coaches. In this first episode, WR Cooper Kupp shares how he's seen QB Jared Goff grow and what he thinks of Brandin Cooks. Plus, OL Jamon Brown talks about how the continuity within the offense has helped the unit's confidence.
It's Legends weekend! D'marco and Myles chat about the many former Rams in attendance for the reunion weekend. Plus, the duo talks about where the Rams are at linebacker heading into OTAs and what their first impressions are of the rookies.
New team reporter Sarina Morales joins Myles in studio to chat about her journey to the Rams and what she's excited for in 2018. Plus, Myles, Sarina, and producer Matt attempt a game of "Two Truths and a Lie" to get to know one another.
The Rams made a lot of trades to pick up 11 players in the 2018 NFL Draft, and Myles and D'Marco are here to break down each one. Plus, the two chat about the implications of trading WR Tavon Austin to the Cowboys.
Myles and D'Marco chat about the Rams' latest star acquisition, DT Ndamukong Suh, and how he fits alongside fellow DLs Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers. Plus, the guys discuss the possibility of the Rams acquiring another star playmaker via trade.
Myles and D'Marco are joined by Voice of the Rams J.B. Long to discuss all the Rams moves to open up the new league year — including the trades for CBs Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib. Plus, D'Marco shares his own chain snatching story. And he wasn't the one doing the snatching.
D'Marco and Myles chat about how the Rams choosing to place the franchise tag on S Lamarcus Joyner could affect other offseason moves (i.e. WR Sammy Watkins). Plus, D'Marco shares his memories of going through the NFL Combine as a young DT about to enter the league.
D'Marco Farr and Myles Simmons talk the Rams' options with the 2018 franchise tag. L.A. could reportedly use it for either S Lamarcus Joyner or WR Sammy Watkins. D'Marco and Myles chat about that and preview the 2018 NFL Combine, which begins next week in Indianapolis.
Myles Simmons and D'Marco Farr are back in the studio to recount their travels from the early stages of the 2018 offseason. Myles was in Minnesota to see the Rams clean up at NFL Honors and Orlando for the week of the Pro Bowl. D'Marco was in Mobile to "size up" QB Baker Mayfield and other incoming rookies at the Senior Bowl.
The Rams clinched their first NFC West title since 2003 with their 27-23 victory over the Titans on Sunday. Myles and D'Marco recap the win and give their reasons why L.A. might not play many — if any — starters against the 49ers on Sunday in preparation for the postseason.
The Rams are now 9-4 with a one-game lead over the Seahawks in the NFC West. So, yeah, this is going to be a pretty big game on Sunday between those two teams in Seattle. Myles and D'Marco are here to break it all down.
The Rams are now 8-3 after a 26-20 victory over the Saints. So what's next for the team? Myles Simmons and D'Marco Farr chat about the upcoming matchup with the Cardinals and why it doesn't seem like the Rams are looking past their division rival.
The Rams lost to the Vikings and lost their top WR for at least a couple weeks, as Robert Woods will be out with a shoulder injury. How will Los Angeles' offense fill the void? Plus Myles and D'Marco share their favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
After Sunday's 33-7 victory over the Texans, the Rams are 7-2. This week they'll have one of their tougher challenges yet, squaring off against the also 7-2 Vikings in Minnesota. And oh by the way, L.A. is going to see a familiar face at opposing QB in Case Keenum.