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Around the AFC: Philip Rivers familiar with Rams new cornerbacks

Around the AFC: Philip Rivers familiar with Rams new cornerbacks

Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is familiar with Rams cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters from their days in the AFC West.
ClutchPoints Sep 21, 2018
Rams’ Marcus Peters looking forward to playing against Philip Rivers

Rams’ Marcus Peters looking forward to playing against Philip Rivers

Los Angeles Rams cornerback Marcus Peters is admittedly excited to play against Los Angeles Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers in Week 3 of the 2018 NFL season. However, it is not for reasons one would think. Peters enjoyed a tremendous amount of success against Rivers during his tenure with the Kansas City Chiefs. But according to Gary […] The post Rams’ Marcus Peters looking forward to playing against Philip Rivers appeared first on ClutchPoints.
OC Register Sep 19, 2018
Alexander: For Philip Rivers, some elements of Rams defense are hauntingly familiar

Alexander: For Philip Rivers, some elements of Rams defense are hauntingly familiar

Rams cornerback Marcus Peters has a history of snatching away Philip Rivers passes. Aqib Talib faced him plenty of times as a Denver Bronco. What will that level of familiarity mean for Rivers and the Chargers on Sunday?
Fox Sports Sep 16, 2018
Kristina Pink sits down with the new Rams cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib

Kristina Pink sits down with the new Rams cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib

Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib talk with Kristina Pink about Wade Phillips and the new attitude from new look Rams defense.
Fox Sports Sep 15, 2018
Marcus Peters' $13K fine was 'worth it'

Marcus Peters' $13K fine was 'worth it'

Peters was fined for making an obscene gesture during the Monday Night Football game against the Raiders
Ramblin' Fan Sep 15, 2018

Los Angeles Rams shouldn’t be concerned over celebration by Marcus Peters

Los Angeles Rams cornerback Marcus Peters was fined $13,369 for his touchdown celebration from Monday’s game against the Oakland Raiders. During the offseason, the Los Angeles Rams pulled off one of the biggest surprises by acquiring Marcus Peters from the Kansas City Chiefs, making it seem pretty clear that Trumaine Johnson would no longer be […] Los Angeles Rams shouldn’t be concerned over celebration by Marcus Peters - Ramblin Fan - Ramblin Fan - A Los Angeles Rams Site (formerly St. Louis Rams Fan) - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Turf Show Times Sep 15, 2018
Random Ramsdom 9/15

Random Ramsdom 9/15

A cornucopia of Los Angeles Rams links to kickstart your weekend Donald unhappy with Week 1 performance | ESPN Aaron Donald played in the season opener with peace of mind. With a six-year, $135 million extension in hand, the Los Angeles Rams star defensive tackle didn’t have to worry about his future. But even Donald’s newfound security couldn’t provide him with a sense of satisfaction after a victory over the Oakland Raiders. (WATCH) Marcus Peters post-practice presser, 9/14 | Rams’ official site This man is a gem. No tight end targets? LA doesn’t intend to make that a habit |...
Turf Show Times Sep 14, 2018
TRANSCRIPT: McVay, September 14

TRANSCRIPT: McVay, September 14

Here’s what McBae had to say today. Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay (On CB Marcus Peters reportedly being fined over $13,000 for his touchdown celebration) “The league makes those decisions. I’m not sure about that specifically, exactly kind of what they’ve come to. That’s up to the league. They make those decisions with regards to how they handle that.” (On if he’s ok with the Peters’ celebration) “Well here’s what I would say, he’s got a close relationship with (Raiders RB) Marshawn (Lynch). This was something that he had discussed with him before, if he was going to...
Silver And Black Pride Sep 14, 2018
Marcus Peters fined $13K for Beast Mode crotch grab on pick six off Derek Carr

Marcus Peters fined $13K for Beast Mode crotch grab on pick six off Derek Carr

Marcus Peters likes playing in Oakland. He’s from Oakland. He likes sharing a field with his fellow Oakland native and great friend, Marshawn Lynch. They both apparently like getting league fines for each other as well. Last year Marshawn Lynch was booted from a game and suspended for making contact with an official while trying to keep Peters from being killed by the Raiders offensive line after Peters laid a dirty hit on Derek Carr. Peters was with the Chiefs at the time and the two players rode the BART to Oakland together after the game. This time it was Peters’ intercepting Carr...
ClutchPoints Sep 14, 2018
Report: Rams’ Marcus Peters fined $13,000 for ‘touchdown plunge’

Report: Rams’ Marcus Peters fined $13,000 for ‘touchdown plunge’

Los Angeles Rams cornerback Marcus Peters will be fined $13,000 for his touchdown celebration on the game-sealing pick-6 in the team’s 33-13 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Monday night, according to Yahoo Sports’ Jordan Schultz. With the Rams up 26-13 and the two-minute warning approaching, Peters picked off Derek Carr’s throw and took it […] The post Report: Rams’ Marcus Peters fined $13,000 for ‘touchdown plunge’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
OC Register Sep 14, 2018
Rams cornerback Marcus Peters fined $13,000 for touchdown gesture

Rams cornerback Marcus Peters fined $13,000 for touchdown gesture

The NFL apparently was not amused by Peters' crotch-grabbing TD celebration Monday night against the Raiders, hitting him with a fine on Friday.
Turf Show Times Sep 13, 2018
Week 2 power rankings

Week 2 power rankings

The Rams handled business in Week 1. Here’s how the power rankings saw things. SB Nation: 6th (previously: 4th) ESPN: 4th (6th) The Rams acquired Marcus Peters in the offseason to help overhaul a secondary that held the Raiders’ wide receivers without a catch in the second half of Monday night’s win. Peters had a pick-six, and he leads the NFL with 12 interceptions since 2016. NFL: 2nd (2nd) The Rams stay parked in the 2 spot, as their second-half effort in Oakland revealed how tough an out this group will be all season long. Loved all the play-action Sean McVay was calling with a...
Turf Show Times Sep 12, 2018
Rams-Raiders: Five Rams to watch revisited

Rams-Raiders: Five Rams to watch revisited

A quick recap of some of the key performers from the Rams’ week 1 victory The Los Angeles Rams overcame a slow start on Monday night to pull away from the Oakland Raiders capped by an electric pick six from one Marcus Peters. On Saturday, Sean wrote about five key players to keep an eye on during Week 1. Here’s a look at how they performed. Aaron Donald HC Sean McVay said Donald wouldn’t be on a snap count. He certainly wasn’t playing on 66 snaps or 89% of the Rams’ defensive downs. Was he the Earth-shattering, unblockable force we’ve come to know and love? Not quite. He did get...
Fox Sports Sep 11, 2018
Marcus Peters is all confidence with new team | Rams Spotlight

Marcus Peters is all confidence with new team | Rams Spotlight

Marcus Peters has Pro Bowls under his belt, but its his upbringing that he credits for the overwhelming confidence he exudes
Turf Show Times Sep 11, 2018
Rams-Raiders: Best/worst overreactions

Rams-Raiders: Best/worst overreactions

So many emotions were felt by LA Rams fans during the first half of the Monday Night Football matchup with the Oakland Raiders. But is everything fine given what happened in the second half? The Los Angeles Rams went on the road and were favored by many to win without too much drama. So, what went wrong? Not much, except that the first half had some drama. Could have gone way worse. Best overreaction Lock Angeles could be alive and well if our middle linebackers weren’t constantly getting exposed. Even if you didn’t count CB Marcus Peters’ fourth quarter pick 6, the cornerbacks were...

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