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Rams draft analysis: Help wanted for interior of defensive line

Rams draft analysis: Help wanted for interior of defensive line
  • Rams draft analysis: Help wanted for interior of defensive line FWC: Rams draft analysis: Help wanted for interior of defensive line

    As the Rams prepare for the NFL draft, The Times will examine their roster. Part 2 of 8: Defensive line. Before last season, the Rams defensive line was projected as one of the best in the NFL. It did not always play out that way, but the addition of Ndamukong Suh to a group that included Aaron…

  • NBA Playoffs 2019: Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons sound off on boos from 76ers fans FWC: NBA Playoffs 2019: Joel Embiid, Ben Simmons sound off on boos from 76ers fans

    Simmons was the target of the boos in the final minutes as he missed his first attempt at the free-throw line.

  • Double-bogey cost Francesco Molinari at least $454K FWC: Double-bogey cost Francesco Molinari at least $454K

    Francesco Molinari was ahead of the field by two shots heading into Sunday’s final round at Augusta. Thanks to a couple of brutal holes in which he found the water, he finished two shots behind Tiger Woods, tied for fifth place with Jason Day, Webb Simpson and Tony Finau. Molinari’s troubles began in earnest on the par-3 12th hole when…

  • Police to investigate McInnes abuse FWC: Police to investigate McInnes abuse

    Police Scotland have confirmed they are investigating allegations of sectarian chanting against Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.

  • MLB notes: Mariners keep homering, Red Sox pitching suffering FWC: MLB notes: Mariners keep homering, Red Sox pitching suffering

    Still just 2½ weeks into the season, things are still quite early. But there are still several notable and surprising trends in the early going in Major League Baseball in 2019. Boston uncommon The defending champion Boston Red Sox are off to a sluggish start in 2019, at just 6-10, thanks in part to an incredibly bad starting rotation to…

  • Watch: Byron Buxton slams into wall on awesome leaping catch FWC: Watch: Byron Buxton slams into wall on awesome leaping catch

    Byron Buxton is one of the most exciting young players in baseball, and the Minnesota Twins center fielder showed us why with an acrobatic play he made on Sunday. With the Twins leading 3-2 over the Detroit Tigers in the top of the third inning, Christin Stewart drove a ball deep to center field that looked like it had a…

  • Ben Simmons softens stance on booing Philadelphia fans FWC: Ben Simmons softens stance on booing Philadelphia fans

    After landing himself in some hot water for telling off booing fans after the Philadelphia 76ers’ Game 1 loss on Saturday, Ben Simmons is taking a step back a bit. On Sunday, Simmons said he understood that Philadelphia fans can be more critical than most, and he wouldn’t have it any other way, taking it as a sign of how…

  • UCL quarterfinal 2nd legs: Predictions, key battles FWC: UCL quarterfinal 2nd legs: Predictions, key battles

    Can Manchester United come back to upset Barcelona? Will Liverpool hang on? Will Manchester City thrash Spurs? We get you ready for the second legs.

  • Chalk it up FWC: Chalk it up

    We have that and more in Monday’s NBA newsletter. On Saturday, three of the four games ended in upset with lower seeds winning. There was no such luck for the underdogs on Sunday, with the higher seed winning every Game 1 played. The Bucks and Rockets had the most impressive statements. Milwaukee bludgeoned a totally overmatched Pistons team without Blake…

  • Tiger Woods rises in rankings after memorable Masters win FWC: Tiger Woods rises in rankings after memorable Masters win

    Tiger Woods secured his best ranking since 2014 following his triumphant Masters campaign.

  • Red Bulls' Kaku sent off after firing ball into fans FWC: Red Bulls’ Kaku sent off after firing ball into fans

    NYRB midfielder Kaku was shown a red card for kicking into the stands a ball that struck a fan late in his team’s 2-2 draw at Sporting Kansas City.

  • Why evolution of changeup could make or break Clayton Kershaw's season FWC: Why evolution of changeup could make or break Clayton Kershaw’s season

    As he prepares to make his 2019 debut Monday, the Dodgers ace knows “if you keep getting hurt … you have to change.” The could mean bringing back a pitch he hasn’t leaned on often.