Read Mc Vay suprising reveal about his family

NOV. 1 MCVAY BABY After welcoming their first child into the world, Rams head coach Sean McVay and his wife Veronika Khomyn are now showcasing Baby McVay.

Baby McVay 

“I’m happy that I met my pumpkin one week ahead of schedule,” Veronika posts on social media. “I doubt that I could have held out for much longer! Today marks our Halloween baby’s one-week birthday.”

Is Khomyn and her 85,000 Instagram followers (as well as you) enjoying the same photo? See Jordan John McVay for yourself.

29 OCT RAMS SCORE Things are starting to get better for the Los Angeles Rams after a disastrous first half against the Dallas Cowboys, in which they trailed 33-3 at one point in the second quarter.

Building on their first-half touchdown, Matthew Stafford found Ben Skowronek for a touchdown to put the Rams in the end zone once more.

Next, Tutu Atwell would pass to Stafford off a reverse to score the try and earn the Rams a two-point conversion as well.

As the third quarter begins, the Rams are now behind 33-17.

Baby MCVAY ARRIVES ON OCT 25 The Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay and his wife Veronika Khomyn welcomed a son on Wednesday night, capping off a few weeks of speculation, according to a tweet from the team’s official account.

“Delivered Jordan John McVay,” the Rams’ Twitter handle stated.

Before the Rams’ 24-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sean McVay told the media that his son “knows better” than to be born during a game, keeping his father’s promise.

24 OCT MAHER AVAILABLE The Los Angeles Rams have released kicker Brett Maher following their heartbreaking 24-17 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, the team announced.

Maher’s failure to convert two field goals and an extra point, which if convince.

Maher was 16 of 20 (80%) for the season prior to Sunday, and he was perfect 4 of 4 in the Rams’ victory over the Cardinals the previous week.

Though Maher made only 66% of his kicks in 2019 prior to being cut by the Dallas Cowboys, he has a history of having trouble with the kicker position.

HENDERSON ACTIVE OCT 20 The Los Angeles Rams were forced to sign veterans Darrell Henderson and Myles Gaskin this week after losing their starting two backs to injuries last week against the Arizona Cardinals.

Sean McVay stated on Friday that Henderson has been moved to the active roster and may play against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

Prior to the week, rookie Zach Evans was predicted to receive the majority of the carries; however, this could alter now that Henderson is acquainted with the offense.

“I thought all four (running backs) looked good,” said Sean McVay.Henderson’s Darrell returned. This week, he’s going to be an active and engaged guy. He’s done an excellent job of swiftly acclimating himself to many of the activities we’ve engaged in. He looks after himself well.”

CARDINALS ACTIVATE BAKER AND MURRAY ON OCT 18 When the Arizona Cardinals play the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field on Sunday, two of their key starters might make a comeback. The Cardinals have listed safety Budda Baker and quarterback Kyler Murray as returning from injured reserve on Wednesday, according to Ari Meirov.

The report that Murray, the former first overall pick, would be making his practice comeback was later verified by Murray on his own Twitter account. Murray had been out since the Cardinals’ Week 12 loss to the New England Patriots last season due to an ACL tear.

Baker is also expected to make a comeback from a hamstring injury he sustained during practice, which occurred just a few days prior to the Cardinals’ Week 2 defeat to the New York Giants.

HEKKER HEADBUTT, October 15 After headbutting Miami Dolphins linebacker Cameron Goode on Sunday afternoon, former Los Angeles Rams punter Johnny Hekker went viral.

With 9:55 remaining in the fourth quarter, Miami was comfortably ahead in the game when the incident took place. The Panthers ultimately suffered a 42-21 defeat.

In his second season with the Panthers, Hekker’s average punt return is 48.3 yards.

Hekker averaged 46.7 yards per punt during his ten years with the Rams, playing for both the St. Louis and Los Angeles teams.

PRACTICE SQUAD ADDITION OCT 11 The Los Angeles Rams, via their Twitter account, announced that second-year linebacker Olakunle Fatukasi had filled the void left by Austin Trammel’s promotion to the 53-man roster last week.

Rams coach Sean McVay and wife Veronika welcome first baby - Los Angeles  Times

Even though Fatukasi is only in his second season as a professional, the former Rutgers Scarlet Knight has already spent time with four different teams before joining the Rams practice squad.

He bounced around the previous offseason, playing for the Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, and Kansas City Chiefs, most recently before he was cut. He played in 13 games with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last season.

STAFFORD TO TUTU ON OCT 8 Against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams may not have had the best of starts, falling behind early in the game 7-0.

But the Rams quickly leveled things out after the recently healthy Cooper Kupp returned to the starting lineup. Kupp led a counterattack scoring drive that culminated in a Matthew Stafford touchdown reception to Tutu Atwell.

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