Los Angeles Teams

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Braves snap Dodgers' win streak (1:01)
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Phillips' son's reaction is priceless when he scores (0:38)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

ESPN Sources: Derrick Rose completed approximate 3-hour meeting with Los Angeles Lakers. Both sides felt good about it. Deliberation time.

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Dodgers DFA Romo

The Dodgers designated RHP Sergio Romo for assignment on Thursday. The 34-year-old reliever had a 6.12 ERA over 30 appearances this season, his first with Los Angeles. In a corresponding move, reliever Grant Dayton (neck) was activated off the 10-day DL.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Can confirm that the Rams are hiring former Broncos GM Brian Xanders, as first reported by NFL.com. He will be senior personnel executive, and it sounds like this was a hire that was made by Rams GM Les Snead. Xanders and Snead were on the Falcons together from 1997 to 2007. Xanders spent the last five years as a senior personnel executive with the Lions.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams have their third quarterback. They signed 33-year-old Dan Orlovsky, who spent the last three years as Matthew Stafford's backup with the Lions. 58.2 completion percentage, 3,132 yards, 15 touchdowns, 13 interceptions in seven seasons, spread from 2005-15.

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Dodgers imponentes, pero ¿les alcanzará en octubre? (2:42)
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Two truths and a lie with The Truth (2:03)

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources say Derrick Rose "just wants to play ball," so it appears whichever team can sell its atmosphere, defined role will have advantage.

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Williams' herniated disc easy to miss (2:08)
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Sean McVay on state of the Rams

Rams head coach Sean McVay explains what Goff needs to prove in order to remain the starting QB, the arrival of Robert Woods, the process heading into training camp and what stood out the most about Todd Gurley,

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Darius Days' stock continues to rise. Louisville, Virginia Tech, Xavier, Florida State, USC, Texas A&M all represented for him today.

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Who will win the 2017 Heisman Trophy?

Last July, the Heisman finalists felt like a lock: Leonard Fournette, Baker Mayfield, Christian McCaffrey, Deshaun Watson. Then Lamar Jackson blew past them all. Jackson's back, but he'll have company chasing the Heisman. Here are the top 11 candidates.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

All eight on Devon Dotson's school list watching him this morning, including Bill Self, Andy Enfield, Mike White and Jim Larranaga.