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06/05/17 - QB Jared Goff looks like a different player from this time a year ago. And while Sean McVay is new to working with Goff -- and OTAs are far different from training camp and the regular season -- the Rams' new head coach is impressed. "It's hard until you actually work with a guy. You evaluate the traits and the characteristics, but I think what he's done above the neck in terms of the way that he's handled the different things and situations that we've put him in, (we've) been very pleased so far," McVay said. "We know that game-like atmosphere, you try to create that so that you can mimic and emulate those situations in practice. But until you're actually live as a quarterback, that's when you truly get challenged. You're having to move with the rush, avoid guys that can really tackle you. That's always the best evaluator. I think he has done a nice job improving every single day and that's what's going to give us a chance."
05/22/17 - QB Jared Goff is adjusting to a new system in his second year, with first-year head coach Sean McVay completely overhauling the offense left behind by former coach Jeff Fisher. "It's way different. It's a way different offense," Goff said, "personally, from my brief experience with it. I've had a quicker time learning it, easier time learning it. "I don't know whether that's scheme or the way it's taught or whatnot, but I've enjoyed spending time with the coaches and picking it up pretty quickly." As first days go, Goff was pleased with the work the Rams put in.
"It felt good. It was similar to the first day of minicamp, I think," he said. "Everyone has got some nerves, some excitement, a little bit of everything. Went out there and thought the practice went by a lot faster than you would expect. It was fun. It was a good day. Obviously, a lot of stuff to work on, still early on in the spring here. But I feel good."
12/21/16 - QB Jared Goff was a full participant in practice Wednesday after suffering a concussion. His status for Saturday is uncertain.
12/16/16 - QB Jared Goff, midway through the fourth quarter Thursday, took a hit from Seattle CB Richard Sherman and left with a possible concussion.
Case Keenum closed out the contest for the Rams.
"You admire the courage, but he's just got to get out of bounds," Rams interim coach John Fassel said of his quarterback. "He's super tough, but a lot of young quarterbacks just need to learn."
Goff, the top pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, fell to 0-5 as a starter. He completed 13 of 25 passes for 135 yards.
12/16/16 - QB Jared Goff left Thursday's game with a possible concussion. He finished 13 of 25 for 135 yards and was sacked four times.
12/12/16 - QB Jared Goff was 24 of 41 for 235 yards with two interceptions Sunday in a loss to the Falcons. Goff ran for a 2-yard touchdown with 2:44 left, his first NFL rushing score.
12/07/16 - QB Jared Goff did not practice Wednesday due to cold-like symptoms. He is expected to play on Sunday.
12/05/16 - QB Jared Goff fell to 0-3 but could have had better numbers had it not been for several drops, three of them by top WR Kenny Britt. On another drop, by Lance Kendricks, the ball popped into the air into a interception. Goff wound up 14 of 32 for 161 yards, a touchdown and two interceptions.
11/27/16 - QB Jared Goff, making only his second NFL start, showed poise and accuracy in throwing for three first-half touchdowns -- 24 yards to Tavon Austin, 6 yards to Kenny Britt and 15 yards to Lance Kendricks. The Rams' offense had scored just 13 touchdowns in the first 40 quarters of the season, but Goff engineered three touchdown drives in the first two quarters.
11/21/16 - QB Jared Goff, in his NFL debut, completed 17 of 31 passes for 134 yards with no touchdowns and no interceptions Sunday in a loss to Miami.
"As far as Jared is concerned, he did a really good job," Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. "No delay-of-game penalties, was in complete control in the huddle, did a nice job on the line of scrimmage. I was disappointed in the outcome of the game, but I think you could see the light."