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Los Angeles Rams


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Full NameLos Angeles Rams

Nick NameRam Mob Squad

Founded1936

GroundSoFi Stadium

Team Owner(s)Stan Kroenke

Prominent Players Kurt Warner, Aaron Donald, Deacon James, Marshall Faulk

ABOUT

The Rams were established in 1936 in Cleveland, Ohio as the Cleveland Rams. The club moved to Los Angeles in 1946, becoming the NFL's first coast-to-coast franchise as a result. The Rams moved back to St. Louis, Missouri, after the 1994 campaign. The St. Louis Rams, led by Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner, won their first Super Bowl in 2000 by defeating the Tennessee Titans, 23-16, five seasons after they relocated. In 2016, the Rams once more adopted the Los Angeles Rams moniker. The Rams are the only NFL team to have won titles while playing for three different cities: St. Louis in 1999, Cleveland in 1951, and Los Angeles in 2020. They won their second Super Bowl in an enthralling match up against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI, to become the second NFL team to win the Vince Lombardi trophy in their own home. The Los Angeles Rams, owned by Stan Korenke is one of the most valuable NFL franchises as per Forbes, who value them at $6.4 billion.



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Los Angeles Rams Roster 2022-23


Here is a detailed look into the Los Angeles Rams Roster for the 2022-2023 season.

You can find more details about the Los Angeles Rams depth chart here.


OFFENSE


NUMBERPLAYERPOSITION
17Baker MayfieldQB
16Bryce PerkinsQB
13John WolfordQB
3Cam AkersRB
41Malcolm BrownRB
30Ronnie RiversRB
23Kyren WilliamsRB
15Tutu AtwellWR
12Van JeffersonWR
82Lance McCutcheonWR
19Brandon PowellWR
18Ben SkowronekWR
82Austin TrammellWR
89Tyler HigbeeTE
88Brycen HopkinsTE
55Brian AllenC
65Coleman SheltonC
61AJ ArcuriOT
79Rob HavensteinOT
68Ty NsekheOT
57Zachary ThomasOT
76Oday AboushiOG
71Bobby EvansOG
64Matt SkuraOG


DEFENSE


NUMBERPLAYERPOSITION
99Aaron DonaldDE
92Jonah WilliamsDE
95Bobby Brown IIIDT
93Marquise CopelandDT
97Mike HoechtDT
69Larrell MurchisonDT
91Greg GainesNT
54Leonard FloydOLB
53Ernest JonesOLB
45Bobby WagnerMLB
43Jake GervaseLB
44Daniel HardyLB
32Travin HowardLB
56Christian RozeboomLB
96Keir ThomasLB
20T.J. CarterCB
14Decobie DurantCB
2Troy HillCB
6Derion KendrickCB
5Jalen RamseyCB
31Robert RochellCB
49Shaun JollyDB
22David LongDB
37Quentin LakeSAF
21Russ YeastSAF
33Nick ScottFS
24Taylor RappSS


SPECIAL TEAMS


NUMBERPLAYERPOSITION
8Matt GayK
11Riley DixonP
42Matthew OrzechLS


Los Angeles Rams Record- Last 10 Years


SeasonDivision FinishRecordPlayoffs
20211st NFC West12-5-0Won the Super Bowl
20202nd NFC West10-6-0Lost Divisional Playoffs
20193rd NFC West9-7-0Did Not Qualify
20181st NFC West13-3-0Lost the Super Bowl
20171st NFC West11-5-0Lost Wild Card Playoffs
20163rd NFC West4-12-0Did Not Qualify
20153rd NFC West7-9-0Did Not Qualify
20144th NFC West6-10-0Did Not Qualify
20134th NFC West7-9-0Did Not Qualify
20123rd NFC West7-8-1Did Not Qualify


Los Angeles Rams Championships


The Los Angeles Rams have a good Championship history as one of the oldest teams in the NFL. They won two Championships (1945, 1951) before the NFL-AFL merger while competing in the NFL. They also added two Vince Lombardi trophies to their tally with the latest one in the 2022 Super Bowl. The Rams have one of the highest number of playoff appearances in the history of the NFL, making it to the postseason 31 times to date. The Los Angeles Rams also have 8 Conference titles and 18 Divisional titles to their name.


Popularly Asked Questions


Why did the Rams leave the L.A. Coliseum?


A combination of a split fan base and earthquake damage prompted the Los Angeles Rams to relocate before the 1995 NFL season. The L.A. Raiders returned to their original home, Oakland, while the Rams relocated to St. Louis, Missouri, leaving Los Angeles without any team competing in the NFL for a period of time.


Where is the Los Angeles Rams Home Stadium?


The current Los Angeles Rams home stadium is the SoFi Stadium. It is the most expensive stadium in the NFL, costing almost $5 billion to be built . The SoFi Stadium is the home stadium for the Los Angeles Rams as well as the Los Angeles Chargers. The Rams won their second NFL Super Bowl in their home stadium in 2022.


Read to know about the Top 12 Most Expensive Stadiums in the NFL


What is the Los Angeles Rams new logo ?


The Los Angeles Rams opted to get a new logo when they shifted their base back to Los Angeles from St. Louis, Missouri in 2016. The new logo is inspired from the older Rams’ logo, which keeps the impression of a ram intact, but including a bolder color palette of blue and yellow.


What is the Net Worth of the Los Angeles Rams owner?


Los Angeles Rams is owned by real estate and sports mogul, Stan Kroenke. He bought the majority stake of the Rams in 2009, although he was a minority owner beforehand. Stan Kroenke has an estimated net worth of around $12.9 billion, making him one of the richest NFL owners. His sports empire also includes the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rapids and the Arsenal soccer club of the English Premier League in the U.K.


Where can I stream Los Angeles Rams’ games?


You can stream any Los Angeles Rams game on the Los Angeles Rams app or the NFL Game Pass app. Rams’ games are also streamed on FOX Sports, or ESPN or CBS.


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