Los Angeles Teams
- NFL flexes Bolts-Steelers, Rams-Bears games
- Bosa practices for 1st time since before Week 1
- Penguins trade Hagelin to Kings for Pearson
- Brees, Peppers among sportsmanship nominees
Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer
Chargers injury report for Wednesday -- DNP: TE Antonio Gates (knee), CB Trevor Williams (knee). LIMITED: DE Joey Bosa (foot). FULL: LB Kyle Emanuel (hip), DE Chris Landrum (hip), DT Darius Philon (ankle).
The NFL has given a new look to the Sunday night schedule for the next few weeks, moving the Chargers-Steelers (Dec. 2) and Rams-Bears (Dec. 9) games to prime time.
Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer
The Lakers are donating $150,000 to the American Red Cross and the Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) to support victims of the recent tragedies in Southern California. Fans can also support the efforts by participating in a blood drive with UCLA Health at upcoming Lakers and South Bay Lakers games or make direct donations to the American Red Cross for victims of the fires or make donations to the Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) for the Conejo Valley Victims Fund for the Thousand Oaks shooting victims at vccf.org.
Lindsey Thiry ESPN
The Rams game against the Chicago Bears has been flexed into the Sunday Night Football time slot. The game will kickoff at 8:20 pm local time in Chicago on Dec. 9. Bundle up.
Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa practiced on a limited basis for the first time since the week before Week 1.
The decision to move Monday's game from Mexico City cost both teams and their fans, especially Hispanic fans in California.
Don reacts to Carl Hagelin being traded to the L.A. Kings by the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday for Tanner Pearson. Plus, some tweets on the HOF induction.
The Penguins traded winger Carl Hagelin, contributor to their back-to-back Stanley Cup wins, to the Los Angeles Kings for 26-year-old left wing Tanner Pearson.
The Penguins and Kings made a change after disappointing starts, swapping left wings Tanner Pearson and Carl Hagelin. How'd they do?
Veterans Drew Brees, Julius Peppers, Antonio Gates and Vernon Davis are among the 32 nominees for the NFL's Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.
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There's a new team atop FiveThirtyEight's NFL Elo rankings this week, and it's the one we discussed in this space last time around -- the red-hot New...
In the midst of a wild three-year career arc that has taken him from rookie bust to MVP candidate, the Rams quarterback has learned to enjoy the ride. How far can his surge lift L.A.?
Nazem Kadri scored two power-play goals and John Tavares had a goal and two assists in the Toronto Maple Leafs' 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday night.
Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer
The Rams will honor their community events in Mexico City, which includes hospital visits, a 10K and the building of a playground. Rams COO Kevin Demoff, on not playing in Mexico: "I think ‘bittersweet' is a great word. We were really excited as an organization to play in Mexico. We requested to play in Mexico for our abroad game this year; we spent a lot of time working with the community and business leaders to host a great week, and get our fans excited and really build that fan base. ... On the other hand, for Southern California, what an unbelievable turn of events to be able to get potentially the game of the year here, on Monday night, in the Coliseum."