Los Angeles Rams Coach Sean McVay Awards Game Ball to potential star Following Win vs. Cardinals – NFL Tracker

Stay updated on the latest Los Angeles Rams news by following RamDigest.com. In the most recent update on November 27, running back Kyren Williams received the game ball after an outstanding performance against the Arizona Cardinals following his return from injury. Head coach McVay praised Williams for bringing energy to the team. Williams was a key player in the Rams’ victory, accumulating 143 rushing yards and contributing to a season-high 37 points alongside quarterback Matthew Stafford.

On November 26, the Rams had a strong start against the Arizona Cardinals, with Kyren Williams scoring a 15-yard touchdown upon his return. Williams showcased his skills with nine rushes for 40 yards and four receptions for 56 yards, including the touchdown pass from Stafford.

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Earlier on November 22, safety Jordan Fuller was nominated by the Rams for the 2023 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award, recognizing on-field sportsmanship. Fuller was one of 32 nominees, with former Rams players Robert Woods and Bobby Wagner also receiving nominations.

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On November 19, the Rams faced a deficit against the Seattle Seahawks, but running back Darrell Henderson’s one-yard touchdown rush in the fourth quarter narrowed the gap. The Rams eventually secured a 17-16 lead with a late field goal.

On November 12, despite having an off week, star player Aaron Donald made a difference by giving a halftime pep talk to his former high school football team, the Penn Hills Indians.

In other news on November 11, quarterback Brett Rypien found a new home with the Seattle Seahawks after being released by the Rams.

On November 1, running back Darrell Henderson was elevated to the Rams’ 53-man roster, and Dresser Winn was added to the practice squad as quarterback Matthew Stafford dealt with a thumb injury.

Moving back to October 25, the Rams explored options to improve their kicker position, working out a group of kickers, including Mason Crosby.

On October 24, the Rams signed Lucas Havrisik as the new kicker after releasing Brett Maher. Havrisik, a second-year placekicker, had a successful preseason with the Colts and Browns.

On October 22, Rams receiver Puka Nacua made a stunning catch against the Pittsburgh Steelers, contributing to a 17-10 lead. Nacua had a standout performance with seven catches for 147 yards.

Amidst off-field challenges, cornerback Derion Kendrick’s potential playing time against the Pittsburgh Steelers on October 20 was discussed by coach Sean McVay.

On October 19, the Rams announced the signing of defensive tackle Cory Durden to the active roster, providing depth to the defensive line.

Preparing for injuries to running backs Kyren Williams and Ronnie Rivers, the Rams made significant moves on October 17, promoting Royce Freeman to the active roster and signing veteran running back Myles Gaskin to the practice squad.

On October 15, Matthew Stafford connected with Cooper Kupp for a crucial touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals, breaking a scoring drought and giving the Rams a 13-9 lead.

On September 30, former Rams pass rusher Von Miller was expected to resume practicing with the Buffalo Bills after suffering a season-ending torn right ACL.

On September 29, dynamic rookie QB Anthony Richardson was set to start for the Indianapolis Colts against the Rams in Week 4.

In August, the Rams made several roster moves, including cuts and signings, as they finalized their practice squad and 53-man roster before the start of the regular season. Notable releases included quarterback Brett Rypien, running back Royce Freeman, and defensive tackle Marquise Copeland.

These updates highlight key moments, performances, and roster changes for the Los Angeles Rams in recent months. Stay tuned for more news and developments on RamDigest.com.

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