Los Angeles Teams

Dodgers walkoff on Dozier's sac-fly (0:39)
McCutchen knots things up late with homer (0:31)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Jalen Ramsey was actually pretty kind to Jared Goff in his GQ interview, relatively speaking ...

Rivera off DL, belts game-winning HR in 9th (0:25)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Don't really get the sense anything is imminent between the Rams and Aaron Donald. They might be closer in numbers, but it doesn't appear like they're close enough for either side to give in. The staredown continues.

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers CB Casey Hayward explains the nickname for his team's secondary, Jack Boys.

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Musk tunnel could help Dodgers traffic issue

Elon Musk's The Boring Company, in cooperation with the city of Los Angeles, announced Wednesday it would build a privately funded tunnel from East Hollywood to Dodger Stadium that would significantly reduce time spent in traffic.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Quote of the day Wednesday comes courtesy of Sean McVay, who watched as OLB Samson Ebukam pushed LT Andrew Whitworth into Jared Goff (Accidentally) and Goff went to the ground: "To say I was holding my breath," McVay said chuckling, "I think it would be probably a little bit more than that."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Sean McVay said Wednesday that he hasn't decided if starters will play Saturday against the Raiders. However, it seems unlikely. McVay has expressed concern throughout training camp about the potential of injuries and with the Raiders, he's also mentioned maintaining competitive advantage, keeping in mind they meet again in a season opener on Sept. 10.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Wednesday didn't appear to be the sharpest day for the Rams' offense, but aside from a couple dropped passes, it looked to be more a function of the defense. Marqui Christian intercepted a pass by Jared Goff early in the 100-play workout, Marcus Peters dropped a would-be interception (The play could have also been ruled a sack prior to the pass), Samson Ebukam sacked Sean Mannion, Nickell Robey-Coleman had a nice breakup at the goal line on a Goff pass intended for Cooper Kupp and Ndamukong Suh kept the pressure on Goff the entire workout. Peters covered Brandin Cooks the majority of the time and Cooks was rarely targeted.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Went to Rams and Chargers camps today. They're both supremely talented on offense and defense. The biggest discrepancy is their kicking situation. Greg Zuerlein, coming off back surgery, nailed a 60-yard field goal with ease and looks totally healthy now. He might be the best kicker in the league again. For the Chargers, neither Caleb Sturgis nor Roberto Aguayo have separated themselves. Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said opening with two kickers on the active roster is "a possibility."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams held a modified scrimmage (no tackling) for 90 minutes Wednesday, running about 100 plays - mostly starters vs. starters and backups vs. backups. Ndamukong Suh stood out. He batted down a pass, then later sacked Jared Goff twice. Suh has had a solid camp, but this is the first time he stole the show.

Stephen A. still taking other greats over LeBron for best ever (1:36)
Rockets GM considers LeBron best ever (0:32)
Is LeBron the greatest player of all time? (1:03)

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers kicking competition Day 4: Caleb Sturgis finished 7 of 7 with a long of 53 yards. Roberto Aguayo finished 4 of 7, missed from 41, 50 and 53.