Los Angeles Rams news: Stories from last week for Cardinals fans to know – Cards Wire

Now that we have reached the offseason, we will check in each weekend with the teams around the NFC West. Yes, this is an Arizona Cardinals site, but we will keep up with the happenings from around the division.

Since the Los Angeles Rams won the Super Bowl, last week, what is new with them that Cardinals fans should know?

We have a few stories from the week below.

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McVay floated the idea that if the Rams won the championship that he could retire. He doesn’t want to coach forever and wants to raise a family. Working on television is likely in his future.

After the Rams won the Super Bowl, however, we have since learned that McVay will not be retiring.

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In the Rams’ celebrations since their Super Bowl win, one photographer fell from a stage in an accident and sustained injuries and damages to equipment.

While there have been reports of Stafford not handling things well in the moment, he and the team are stepping up to help. He and the team are covering the costs of the photographer’s injuries.

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PFF put out a list of the top 101 players for 2021, based on overall grades. The Cardinals did not have a single player make the list.

The Rams had seven.

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Weddle came out of retirement to help the Rams out when they had depth issues at safety. He returns to retirement but now is going to be a coach — not in the NFL, but he is now going to be a high school coach in San Diego.