New Delhi: The much-feted Masaan won Richa Chadha wide acclaim but the actor says she does not identify with her character in the film because she is essentially a rebel. In Neeraj Ghaywan’s Masaan, which completed four years of release on recently, Richa plays Devi, who struggles to shake off the smalltown stigma towards pre-marital sex. Vicky Kaushal and Shweta Tripathi played the film’s other protagonists, Deepak and Shalu, who attempt to transcend the restrictions of their casteist society. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka”I don’t identify with my character in Masaan because I am somewhat a rebel. I have found my way. I have, despite all the challenges in life, fought and created a space for myself. In her own way Devi also fights, but I feel she stumbles a lot more than I ever would. That is where she gets stuck in life,” Richa said. The 32-year-old actor feels had the film released today, it would have received better distribution and promotional facilites. “The true test of a film is when it becomes memorable. That’s why we like old songs.”
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Facebook Back in 1971, Helen Reddy proudly announced “I am woman, hear me roar” and added “in numbers too big to ignore.”Calgary’s Handsome Alice theatre company has polished up Reddy’s banner for a collaborative project it is calling inVISIBLE.Artistic director Kate Newby calls inVISIBLE “an intimate slumber party, a joyful gathering of collective energy, a raw, vulnerable, complex and liberating happening.” Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter This 90-minute happening will take place from Oct. 12 through 21 at the University of Calgary’s Matthews Theatre in Craigie Hall and will feature 13 performers, including Makambe K. Simamba, who has been with the project since its inception in the fall of 2016.Simamba says she was drawn to the project because “Kate Newby is a visionary. She inspires people and I wanted to be part of her vision for this project.”READ MORE
Mumbai: Actor Paul Rudd says he wants to visit India, and hopes to come to the country soon. “Hi India, I really wish I could be here. I want to go to India but until I do so Joe has to do some extra celebrating for me,” Rudd said. “So have fun and see you guys in the theatres,” added Rudd, who essays role of superhero Ant-Man. Rudd expressed his wish through a video message, which was played at a fan-event here recenly. The event was held as part of the promotion activity of Avengers: Endgame in presence of the film’s co-director Joe Russo. It was a moment of loud cheer when Joe revealed about the video messages, which turned out to be ‘Avengers assemble’ time but virtually. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: PriyankaActor Chris Hemsworth, popular for his role as Thor, expressed his admiration for the country. He said: “Our director Joe Russo have come to the beautiful country. I have come myself. It is one of the best places on the planet. Sorry couldn’t be there. He thinks he can handle some spicy food and I have told him to try some rogan josh and some butter chicken .. see if he can handle the heat. Lot of love guys and hope to see you soon.” Along with superheros, there was a message from super villain Thanos as well.
For 12 unforgettable weeks, from steamy August to a crisp autumn evening in Kansas City, Canadians from coast to coast were spellbound by the Toronto Blue Jays’ thrilling playoff run of 2015.Millions tuned in on TV. The ballpark sold out every night. Despite a heated election, baseball was the only game in town.That excitement is still fresh in the minds of fans as the Jays step up to the plate in grapefruit league action. Spring training in Florida started Monday, Feb. 22.While the ball players prepare for another highly anticipated season, the rush of the recent playoff run is anything but a distant memory.Within the Jays organization is Brock University’s own winning team, a crew of alumni filling various roles. Last season, they had to focus on their jobs amid a buzz of excitement like they’d never experienced.By July it was feeling like another bridesmaid season. Vacillating between wins and losses, the Jays were still “in it” but lacked consistency, and seemed stuck at five games behind the New York Yankees.Then came the remarkable mid-summer trades. Around the league, heads turned. More than bringing in talent, they added leadership, created the kind of chemistry that managers dream of. Every player looked like there was no place they’d rather be. Things felt different.Andrew Tinnish (BRLS ’99 / BSM ’01), Jays Assistant General Manager, remembers when he knew something special was happening. It was Civic Holiday Monday, with Minnesota in town. In his much-anticipated first start as a Blue Jay, star pitcher David Price defused a bases-loaded, none-out jam without giving up a run. At the third out, the stadium erupted.“It was just electric,” says Tinnish. “Huge. That’s when I felt like, OK, now we have an ace. We knew our offence was great, we knew our defence was great. (But) with an ace on the mound you’re just confident that you’re going to win. That’s when I really started to feel it.”The Jays went on a tear, passing the Yankees, clinching the American League East. Come October they won a dramatic divisional playoff and got within two victories of the World Series. Fans were emotionally drained but deeply enamored with these talented, bonded, seemingly ego-free athletes.For Holly Gentemann (BSM ’03) it was something she’ll never forget.“Given this was my 13th season with the club, experiencing meaningful September baseball and then post-season for the first time as an employee was an incredible experience,” she reflects. “We went on the same emotional roller coaster many of our fans did.”Tinnish talks of the scene after their heart-stopping playoff win over Texas. Players partied with fans in the stadium, then went into the clubhouse where it continued raining champagne.“That was probably the best moment for me. I was able to get my wife Trina — who’s also a Brock grad, and a lot smarter than me — down into the clubhouse for the celebration. It was surreal being able to share that moment with her. I’m away so much with the team, she’s the rock of our family. I couldn’t do any of this without her.”Both Tinnish and Gentemann say the Brock bond is strong, that alumni sense it when they cross paths in meeting rooms, hallways or social gatherings. “We are definitely aware of each other,” says Gentemann.Tinnish also keeps in touch with another Brock grad just down the street, having lunch or exchanging texts with Toronto Maple Leafs Assistant General Manager Kyle Dubas.“Kyle is a huge baseball fan, but a Seattle Mariners’ fan. And he loves Joe Madden, manager of the Chicago Cubs.“But I think this year we’ve converted him. That was one of my goals this season.”
With six simulated patients looking on from their true-to-life hospital beds, Brock University cut the ribbon on its new Nursing Lab Tuesday afternoon.The expanded space in East Academic Building 2 gives the department more than twice the area for hands-on learning in the Department of Nursing.“Our nursing students begin clinical practicums in the first year of the program,” said Faculty of Applied Health Sciences Dean Peter Tiidus. “This is important in that it helps them immediately begin integrating theory into practice.“By placing our students in hospital settings and working with the community throughout the entire nursing program, there is an added level of quality and familiarity, which provides students every opportunity to excel.”The original Nursing Lab had been using one half of Building 2 while Visual Arts used the other half. When the latter moved into the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts downtown, it opened the door to the nursing expansion.Through the financial support of Jean Lean and Brock Plaza Corporation, additional equipment was purchased and the space was renovated to mimic various healthcare settings.There’s a critical care isolation room, a primary health care office, a debriefing room, a community apartment for students to be trained in nursing home visits and a large main clinical lab.Interim President Tom Traves said the equipment and modern nursing labs will immediately help students.“The result is a stream of graduates who not only leave Brock with a well-regarded reputation for excellence, but also have the knowledge and skills to be health care leaders in Niagara and beyond,” he said.Tiidus said the new lab will benefit not only Brock students, but also those from McMaster Medical School and Niagara College.
If you want to give a gift that will really surprise someone for Valentine’s Day this year you might want to look somewhere else. But if you’re looking for something that’s awesome and creepy at the same time, then a new service in Japan might be exactly what you’re looking for.The trendy FabCafe in the Shibuya region of Tokyo is offering a unique opportunity to have custom-printed pieces of chocolate, which are molded specifically to resemble a customer’s face. It’s all done with 3D printing technology.While some people are busy using 3D printing to change the fashion industry or provide a potentially paradigm-shifting way to build endless houses, FabCafe is turning it to the world of confections in a way never seen before.Here’s how it works: Customers have their heads scanned and turned into a digital 3D model. After that process, the model is then printed out in plastic, courtesy of a ProjetHD 3D printer. This model is then turned into a silicon mold, which is filled with melted chocolate. After all is said and done, the end result is a piece of chocolate that is truly personalized.Now, as you might expect, because of the multiple steps in the process, and because of the fact that the face mold is being filled with chocolate rather than a more skin-like substance, the actual product ends up looking a bit off-kilter, though still recognizable.Of course, this isn’t the first time 3D chocolate printing has been brought to the table. And there are also many other ideas for combining 3D printing and food, whether it’s printing your own meat or creating a $300,000 hamburger. Mmmmm… technology.FabCafe (Japanese), via Guardian
The West Coast League is expanding to Ridgefield beginning in the spring, the city announced Thursday, which will make it Clark County’s first collegiate wood-bat baseball team since 2007.Approved unanimously by the Ridgefield City Council last week, the team will play at the forthcoming Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex, a 53-acre sporting facility that is under construction and set to be complete in September.It will become the third West Coast League team in Portland and Southwest Washington, joining the Portland Pickles and Longview’s Cowlitz Black Bears, and will push the number of West Coast League teams to 12.The WCL is a college developmental league that plays from June until mid-August.“The league was especially interested because obviously Southwest Washington is a great market with Vancouver and the surrounding communities growing as fast as they are,” league commissioner Rob Neyer said.Added Tony Bonacci, the expansion team owner: “(Ridgefield) is right in the middle of our footprint; it’s such a great fit.”Neyer, an author and longtime baseball journalist, began as WCL commissioner May 1 and said the league has been looking to expand. He believes the greater Portland area and Southwest Washington can “easily” support two West Coast League baseball teams — and figures the move will create somewhat of a rivalry.
Molecular Testing Labs, a Vancouver toxicology and genetic testing laboratory, has agreed to pay up to nearly $1.8 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by paying illegal kickbacks to obtain referrals from government health care insurance programs, the U.S. attorney’s office in Seattle announced Wednesday.“The False Claims Act and Anti-Kickback Statute are aimed at making sure taxpayers get value for their money,” U.S. Attorney Annette L. Hayes said in a news release. “Those who try to game the system will be held accountable. This settlement sends a clear message that those doing business with government healthcare programs are being scrutinized to ensure they are not engaging in illegal side deals that harm government healthcare systems.”Molecular Testing Labs disagrees with the government’s findings and admits no wrongdoing but agreed to a settlement to avoid continuing legal fees that had exceeded “hundreds of thousands of dollars,” Dave DeLong, Molecular Testing Labs’ head of finance and compliance, said in an interview with The Columbian.“The settlement was a way for us to quit spending so much in legal fees and resources and put it behind us,” DeLong said.DeLong said the company cooperated with the government throughout the course of the three-year investigation, providing documents and access to employees.In a written statement to the newspaper, DeLong said, “Like many health care providers subject to government oversight, Molecular chose to enter into a settlement in an effort to put this matter behind us, to end the uncertainty associated with it, and to stop spending our valuable resources on it.
Share Patrick Feller/flickrA St. Joseph Hospital patient who was shot by Houston police on August 27, 2015 has filed a lawsuit seeking more than $1 million in damages.Attorneys for Alan Pean say their client has a history of bipolar disorder and that he drove himself to the hospital to deal with a mental health crisis.During Pean’s admission, hospital staff contacted hospital security and two Houston police officers responded. Houston police said Pean hit one of the officers, which led to a confrontation and the use of force.Pean’s attorneys said Pean was unarmed when one officer shot Pean with a Taser and another officer fired his gun.Pean was arrested on assault charges, but the district attorney later dropped the case.The defendants include the hospital, the city of Houston and four HPD officers.
Shares of Twitter jumped more than 8% in premarket trading Tuesday on the results. The company’s stock soared more than 17% in morning trading, to a nine-month high of $40.23 per share as of 11:06 a.m. ET. [UPDATE: Twitter shares closed up 15.7% for the day, to $39.77 per share.]Twitter called out particular strength in the U.S., where ad revenue was $363 million for Q1, up 26%. The U.S. results reflect “continued execution across product and sales, coupled with broad-based advertiser demand,” the company said in its investor letter. Overall, video formats for the sixth straight quarter represented more than half of Twitter’s ad revenue.Jack Dorsey, Twitter’s CEO, said the company is making progress in combating bad actors on the platform. For example, he said Twitter now removes 2.5 times as many tweets that share personal information since the company last month launched better tools to report such violations. In addition, about 38% of abusive tweets that are taken down each week are being proactively detected by automated systems, according to Dorsey.“We are taking a more proactive approach to reducing abuse and its effects on Twitter,” Dorsey said in announcing the results. “We are reducing the burden on victims and, where possible, taking action before abuse is reported.”Starting with the fourth quarter 2018 earnings, Twitter reported “average monetizable daily active users,” or “mDAU,” which is the only user metric it will report from here on out. That’s partly because its daily active user base continues to grow, while monthly user counts have stalled or declined, as Twitter continues to purge fake and other suspect accounts.“We want to provide something valuable to people on Twitter every day, and we believe that mDAU, and its related growth, are the best ways to measure our success,” Twitter said in explaining why it will no longer report monthly active user numbers. Twitter Is Going to Let Users Follow Topics Related Twitter turned in another quarter that topped Wall Street earnings estimates and grew its user base on both a daily and monthly basis sequentially — as the company touted success of efforts to thwart abuse on the platform.The social network’s Q1 revenue was $787 million, up 18% year-over-year, and net income was $190.8 million (for adjusted earnings per share of 37 cents), marking its sixth consecutive quarter reporting a profit. Wall Street analysts on average expected revenue of $775.2 million and adjusted EPS of 15 cents. Twitter said the better-than-expected profitability for Q1 stemmed from higher revenue, lower relative costs and a one-time tax benefit of $124 million.Twitter reported average daily active users of 134 million in Q1, up 11% year-over-year and a gain of 8 million versus 126 million in the previous quarter. Average monthly active users — which Twitter will no longer report going forward — were 330 million for Q1, up 9 million from 321 million in the previous quarter but down from 336 million in Q1 2018. For the second quarter of 2019, Twitter projected total revenue to be between $770 million and $830 million and operating income to be between $35 million and $70 million.In announcing earnings, Twitter pointed to its live-streaming video strategy as a further boost to user engagement, citing its recent deal with the NBA and Turner Sports that let fans watch the second half of 20 NBA games this season through a single-player camera feed, focusing on a different player each game as selected by a fan vote.Twitter also called out the recent launch of its first public prototype app, called (twttr), which it’s using as a proof-of-concept testing ground. The initial focus for (twttr), released 30 days ago, is to make Twitter more conversational, “with the end goal of making conversation on Twitter feel faster, more fluid, and more fun,” Dorsey said in the earnings announcement. Twitter last month launched a new camera feature in its app, which lets users access the camera by swiping left from their timeline.On the earnings call with analysts, Dorsey was asked about government regulation of social media. He said Twitter is “completely open to regulation where it makes sense” and said regulations like Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) “have been a net positive not just for our service, but also for our broader industry in general. It’s added a lot more clarity around privacy and how data is being used to the people that we serve.” ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. 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Sexy chef Jordan Bruno is the first ever Australian winner of the Mr Gay World competition. 21 delegates from each country participated in the four-day competition, held last weekend (26-27 May) in Knysna, South Africa.It was the 10th annual Mr Gay World competition.‘I couldn’t believe I actually won,’ Jordan told Gay Star News. ‘I didn’t realize it meant so much to me either.’He added: ‘I really wasn’t there for the title but to be acknowledged by incredible LGBTI role models really meant a lot.’Jordan Bruno. | Photo: Alex WinnerDuring the competition, each entry is judged on their previous LGBTI activism, the goals they want to achieve after the competition, leadership qualities, physical fitness, knowledge of LGBTI history and how well they perform when being photographed and interviewed.Coming in second was Ricky Devine-White from New Zealand and third was Samarpan Maiti from India.Jordan said: ‘[It] was so challenging and extremely competitive. They were long days and I found it extensively draining – emotionally and physically.’The rise to the topJordan Bruno is from Perth in Australia and came out as gay at the age of 19.But his family did not initially react well to the news.Jordan explained: ‘Mama was crying saying “Everything I want for you is dead” and my dad distanced himself and became even more quiet.‘It took about three months for them to really come to terms with things and in hindsight, I think it empowered our relationship and even made us closer,’ he said.Jordan Bruno and his mother Anna. | Photo: Daniel EnrightThey became so close that they decided to enter the popular Australian reality television show, My Kitchen Rules.Competing as a duo, they made it to the semi-finals. Jordan also became the first openly gay contestant on the show, but says the producers cut his sexuality out of the final edit.Jordan explained: ‘Before I entered the show, I told my mom it was important for me to be openly gay and visible on the show so young kids could see that there are people like them.‘Unfortunately, the producers cut my sexuality from the show, so I used social media and media platforms across Australia to voice my disappointment. GAYSTARNEWS- ‘It was from here that I started becoming a voice for the LGBTI community,’ he said.Mr Gay World competitors. | Photo: Gerhard MeiringHe now describes his sexuality as ‘extremely gay’ and is unapologetic living out and proud.How Jordan Bruno ended up in Mr Gay WorldAfter the show finished, he began a career as a TV chef and even started his own LGBTI cooking school.Then along came the Mr Gay Australia competition. Jordan said his friend Freddy actually entered him into the competition because he thought he’d make a ‘good candidate’.Jordan explains his thought process at the time: ‘We had just achieved marriage equality and I was heavily involved so I guess it was a natural progression to do something like this next.’He won Mr Gay Australia and then flew off to South Africa for the Mr Gay World competition.‘A lot of people had spent several months practicing and preparing for the challenges,’ Jordan revealed. ‘I’m extremely passionate about LGBTI issues and highly emotional so to discuss them for a week really made me feel vulnerable.’He said he’s working with a production company to release a line of videos covering issues like femme-shaming, bottom-shaming, lesbian inclusion, transgender awareness and body-shaming.Jordan Bruno. | Photo: Fred LeMarcheHe’s also going to release a line of LGBTI cook books. All of the profits will go to LGBTI charities in countries where it’s challenging to be out and proud.And boys – he’s single.He said: ‘I’m looking for someone who is passionate about LGBTI rights, has family values and someone looking for an emotional, spiritual and physical connection.‘They also have to love carbs and dogs,’ he joked.See also:Mr Gay World 2017 has an important message about HIV Mr Gay World winner Jordan Bruno. | Photo: Daniel Enright / Gerhard Meiring Meet the newly crowned Mr Gay World in 8 burning hot Instagram pics Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Mr Gay World makes ‘shock’ decision to move 2019 competition from Hong KongRisqué business: first Mr Gay China shows new, more public face of LGBTDanish trans man makes history after winning Mr Gay DenmarkRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/jordan-bruno-winner-mr-gay-world-aussie-chef/
Get the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailMotorists are being warned of upcoming closures planned for the A500 – starting from tonight. Highways England teams will be working to remove large signage along the side of the dual carriageway. For safety reasons, several sections of the road will be closed off overnight on a daily basis from 8pm to 6am in various stages until January 19, but a fully signed diversion will be in place. There will be a break over the Christmas period when the D-Road will be opened fully, before the closure restart on January 2. Read MorePolice reveal man in 30s found dead at Stoke-on-Trent house Phase 1 closures December 10 to January 10: There will be a total closure southbound of the Porthill and Wolstanton slip roads, both on and off the A500. The Etruria slip road off the D-Road will also be closed. The roadworks will be lifted from 6am on December 21 to 12.01am on January 2. Phase 2 closures January 10 to January 12: One lane will be closed northbound at Shelton New Road (B5045) as well as the Etruria slip road off the A500. Phase 3 closures January 14 to January 19: Total closure of the A500 northbound at Shelton New Road (B5045) with the Shelton Old Road slip road onto the dual carriageway closed. Read MoreMoney laundering suspect arrested as police find £2,000 in car What they said… Highways England scheme delivery team leader, Jessica Kenny, said: “Several large signs are being removed with work taking place overnight. “In order that the work is carried out safely, we will need to close the carriageway. We thank motorists for their patience.”
Costa Rica is sometimes criticized for copying the United States too closely and it appears anti-Syrian hysteria is the latest trend to arrive from Uncle Sam.The daily La Nación reported Thursday that Mariano Figueres, head of Costa Rica’s intelligence service, known as the DIS, requested that immigration authorities waive a criminal background check for a group of eight Syrians in October. Under Costa Rican law, Syrians require a restricted visa that includes a criminal background check before they can travel here.The waiver request could seem scandalous — except that the Syrians in question were experts invited to participate in an anti-terrorism symposium organized by the DIS, according to government officials. They say the waiver requests were completely above board.The conference, which was supposed to take place in November, was later canceled because of logistical problems, according to Casa Presidencial. The Syrians’ visas were nullified and they never traveled to Costa Rica.Casa Presidencial issued a response from DIS chief Figueres Friday defending the request to waive the background checks.“We need to be careful with this subject so that we don’t fall into the stereotype that anyone who is Syrian is a terrorist,” Figueres said.Figueres said that DIS verifies the credentials of those for whom it requests expedited visas. When making the request, Figueres told immigration authorities that DIS would be responsible for the Syrian group while they were in Costa Rica.He told local media that it was not uncommon to request expedited visas for foreigners from countries on a restricted visa list.“There’s a human tragedy in Syria — including an exodus of already more than a million people — but that’s not to say that despite what happens there we can generalize,” Figueres said in the statement.This is not the first time in recent months that Syrians traveling, or potentially traveling, to Costa Rica has attracted attention here. A group of five Syrians who traveled through Costa Rica on falsified Greek passports made international news after Honduran authorities detained them on Nov. 18. They were reportedly on their way to the United States. The next day, Costa Rican authorities detained a Syrian woman also traveling with a fake passport.Authorities said they believed the groups took the same route through Central America en route to the U.S.Following the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in Paris, Republican presidential candidates, nearly half of all U.S. governors and many Congressional representatives called for an immediate freeze on all Syrian refugees entering the United States or their home states. The Obama Administration has defended the rigor of its review of refugee applicants who want to resettle in the U.S. Facebook Comments Related posts:Honduras to charge Syrians using false documents to get to US Syrian migrants braving Central American smuggling routes NATO ships to combat migrant-smuggling networks in Aegean Mud-soaked migrants fight for food as Greek border blockade drags on
• How the Rams endured a 70-minute lightning delay at a crucial point in the game (Los Angeles Times)The storm clouds gathered above Raymond James Stadium late in the fourth quarter Sunday, and fans, players and officials were ordered by the stadium public address announcer to run for cover, a two-minute “warning” if there ever was one.• Rams use defensive line depth in win over Tampa Bay (Los Angeles Daily News)The Rams used their defensive linemen in Sunday’s victory over Tampa Bay. All of them, over and over. Eight linemen dressed, and seven played at least 19 snaps. The other, Eugene Sims, reached only nine snaps because he got ejected in the second quarter. In this case, though, quantity equaled quality.• LA Rams receivers very involved in victory (Los Angeles Daily News)For the first time this season, the Rams’ offense had multiple dimensions.There was Brian Quick, maligned in preseason for his questionable hands, pulling in a 44-yard touchdown Sunday. There was Tavon Austin, blanketed by defenders in the first two games, with a team-high 82 receiving yards and a big touchdown. There was even Bradley Marquez with a nice 12-yard catch.• Jeff Fisher on Rams’ issues with penalties: ‘It doesn’t look good’ (ESPNLA.com) With the weapons the Cardinals have on offense, this is great news for the Rams.• Rams’ Robert Quinn has returned to form as one of the NFL’s top pass rushers (Los Angeles Times)After struggling through a back injury that ruined his 2015 season and required surgery, Quinn appears to have returned to his Pro Bowl form.He helped key the Rams’ victory over the Seattle Seahawks two weeks ago by harassing and sacking quarterback Russell Wilson.Last week against Tampa Bay, he sacked Jameis Winston, forced a fumble that led to a touchdown, and then secured the victory by running down Winston at the five-yard line as time expired.• Rams finding defensive linemen in small places (Los Angeles Daily News)Eugene Sims can’t believe the number is so low.“Nineteen?!” said the Rams’ defensive lineman. “No!”He had just been notified that he is in a club of less than two dozen individuals, all of whom have carved a difficult path to their current profession. On the active rosters of the 32 teams across the NFL, there are currently just 19 defensive linemen who did not come out of an FBS program.The Rams, by the way, have four of them.Thursday, September 29• Jared Goff awaits a chance as Rams offense starts to click (Los Angeles Times) • Rams’ Robert Quinn, Alec Ogletree have fumble-forcing habits (Los Angeles Daily News)For anyone still wondering about Robert Quinn’s health, it might be safe to exhale.After missing half of last season due to a back injury, the Rams’ defensive end has started to resemble his former All-Pro self, inducing nightmares for opposing quarterbacks. Need to quantify his performance? Quinn has forced 17 fumbles since 2013, including two this season. No other player is really within striking distance.• Rams WR Pharoh Cooper could be nearing NFL regular-season debut (Los Angeles Daily News)Heading into October, this is the statistical impact of the Rams’ 2016 draft class: One catch, two receiving yards.Top-drafted quarterback Jared Goff has yet to make his NFL regular-season debut, and wasn’t even dressed for the season-opening loss against the 49ers. Receiver Mike Thomas, tight end Temarrick Hemingway, and linebacker Josh Forrest — all picked in the sixth round — have played sparingly. Tight end Tyler Higbee is responsible for that lone reception, but does not appear close to fulfilling the potential he showed in the preseason.• Pharoh Cooper, Nelson Spruce ready to return for Rams (ESPN.com) Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires This week, L.A. travels east to Arizona to face a reeling Cardinals team coming off a disappointing and confounding loss to the Buffalo Bills last Sunday.All week, we’ll keep you up-to-date on the Rams’ preparation for Sunday’s division affair in Glendale.It’s Behind Enemy Lines…Saturday, October 1• Todd Gurley still looking for a breakout performance as Rams head to Arizona (Los Angeles Times)It was an unprecedented streak that began against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium.Rams running back Todd Gurley rushed for 146 yards in his first start last season, the first of an NFL rookie-record four consecutive games in which he ran for 125 yards or more.On Sunday, Gurley returns to Arizona looking for his season’s first breakout performance.• He keeps the Rams loose at practice (Los Angeles Times)Jamon Brown felt the beat.The Rams’ offensive lineman danced between reps as music blared and the bass thumped across the practice field at the team’s’ temporary facility in Thousand Oaks.“The D.J. has to be next to the nutritionist, which has to fall after Jeff Fisher,” Brown said after the workout, ranking the importance of each position on the Rams’ staff. “You think about music, it gets you pumped up, it gets you going, it gets you ready. Music is essential to a successful practice.” Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher was asked what Pharoh Cooper can bring to the offense when he’s finally able to suit up.“Hopefully some first downs,” Fisher said. “That’s the big thing.”Cooper and fellow rookie receiver Nelson Spruce finally appear set to debut in Sunday’s divisional matchup against the Arizona Cardinals from University of Phoenix Stadium.• Rams RB Todd Gurley soaking up the L.A. experience (ESPN.com)Todd Gurley was walking into a concert around these parts a couple of weeks ago, when suddenly he heard someone yell out his jersey number from behind him:Thirty!It was Snoop Dogg, giving him love, making small talk and telling him to meet up later so they can snap a picture together. If that doesn’t say L.A., then nothing will.“He was a cool dude,” Gurley said, cracking a smile. “Uncle Snoop.”Friday, September 30• Rams CB E.J. Gaines ready to help neutralize Cardinals WRs (ESPN.com)E.J. Gaines will return for the Rams Sunday. The cornerback starts on the opposite side of Trumaine Johnson.Los Angeles’ passing defense has been in the middle of the road this season, ranking 17th among all teams in passing yards allowed. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The Los Angeles Rams’ offense is in no way great, but it is improving. The unit has gone from 185 yards from scrimmage in Week 1 to 283 yards in Week 2 to 320 yards in Week 3. On Sunday, in a 37-32 win against Tampa Bay that made them 2-1 for the first time in 10 years, the Rams not only became the last team to score a touchdown; they scored four on offense.• Rams Claim S Marqui Christian (TheRams.com)Christian was previously on the Arizona Cardinals 53-man roster. The 2016 fifth-round pick out of Midwestern State earned the Cliff Harris Award (Small College Defensive Player of the Year) in 2015 and was named the Lone Star Conference (NCAA Division II) Top Male Athlete in 2016.• Practice Report 9/27: Defense Making Big Plays, Has Much Room to Improve (TheRams.com)Over the last two games, Los Angeles’ defense has shown a penchant for getting big plays when they most need them.Linebackers Alec Ogletree and Mark Barron combined to force Seattle running back Christine Michael to fumble in the fourth quarter of Week 2, and Ogletree was able to fall on the ball to secure the victory over the Seahawks.Then in Week 3, defensive end Robert Quinn recorded a strip/sack of quarterback Jameis Winston that defensive end Ethan Westbrooks picked up and returned 77 yards to pay dirt. Plus, Quinn made the final tackle inside the 10-yard line after time had expired to end the contest. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 0 Comments Share Wednesday, September 28• The Los Angeles Rams are looking forward to the return of cornerback E.J. Gaines (Los Angeles Times)The Rams have been eagerly awaiting Gaines’ return since cornerback Janoris Jenkins signed with the New York Giants in March.Gaines sat out last season because of a foot injury but the Rams were anticipating that a player who started 15 games as a rookie in 2014 would return and start opposite franchise-tagged cornerback Trumaine Johnson.• Rams’ DB Lamarcus Joyner is hanging tough (Los Angeles Daily News)Joyner is hanging in there, still playing through a broken toe he suffered in the season opener. Not only is Joyner surviving, he’s thriving as the Rams’ nickelback against some teams that aren’t shy about throwing the ball, and the Rams face another one Sunday at Arizona.• Penalties are still a concern for Rams (Los Angeles Daily News)Through three games, the Rams are one of the most penalized teams in the NFL. They rank fourth in most penalties (27, with Oakland atop at the list at 31), and third in most penalty yards (249, with Detroit “leading” at 294). The numbers are trending better for the Rams, but not quickly enough.• Rams’ revamped defense showing knack for game-changing plays (Associated Press) For the first time since 1994, the NFL is back in Los Angeles.After 21 seasons in St. Louis, the Rams moved back to Los Angeles. And after an embarrassing offensive display in a 28-0 loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Monday Night Football to open the season, Jeff Fisher’s team has been much better.In Week 2, the Rams continued their mastery of the Seattle Seahawks, winning 9-3. In Week 3, Los Angeles finally got on-track on offense and scored a 37-32 road win at Tampa Bay. Todd Gurley ran for 85 yards and two touchdowns and Case Keenum threw for two more as the Rams grabbed a share of first place in the weird and wacky NFC West. Goff has not played a snap. He was inactive for the season opener and has been the backup for veteran Case Keenum, who has helped lead the Rams to a 2-1 record that puts them at the top of the NFC West heading into Sunday’s division game at Arizona.• Other teams’ rookie quarterback performances are not affecting the Rams’ plans for Jared Goff (Los Angeles Times)“The quarterbacks are having success because of injuries,” Fisher said. “As I mentioned last week, had we not had the injuries that we did in the league, probably all four of those quarterbacks either would be inactive or backups.”• Have the Rams found the secret to big play at the right time? (Los Angeles Daily News)If you watch sports long enough you realize pretty quickly one trait separates the good teams from the bad: The ability to make the big play when the big play absolutely needs to be made.And in a finite league like the NFL, where parity runs rampant and the fine line between winning and losing is as thin as ever, it’s not unusual for a 60-minute game consisting of 130 or so plays to essentially boil down to a handful or less of really big ones.• Rams’ offense takes ‘a step,’ still has work to do (ESPN.com) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories A deeper issue for Fisher is the amount of times his team continues to be penalized. It was a major point of emphasis during training camp, with his Rams among the eight most-penalized teams in the NFL in each of Fisher’s previous four seasons as coach.• Perhaps the real Todd Gurley has finally arrived (ESPN.com)Todd Gurley took his right hand and slammed it against the turf at Raymond James Stadium.It was second-and-11, early in the second half of the Los Angeles Rams’ 37-32 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, and Gurley still couldn’t find any holes through which to run free. The star running back tried cutting his way to the outside, but was stuffed for no gain by the Bucs’ safety — yes, their safety — Bradley McDougald. By then, Gurley had managed a mere 34 yards on the ground, putting his average for the season at 2.5 yards per carry. The Rams have the NFL’s least productive offense through three games after finishing last season at the bottom of the league. They’ve also hurt themselves repeatedly with penalties, ranking among the league’s most frequent offenders with 27 flags for 249 yards.• Practice Report 9/27: Defense Making Big Plays, Has Much Room to Improve (TheRams.com)“There’s a lot of plays that are made during the course of the games, you end up focusing on the one at the end,” head coach Jeff Fisher said Tuesday. “‘Tree’s’ play was huge against Seattle, Rob’s effort was tremendous — we needed that.”Tuesday, September 27• First year QB progress report: Jared Goff sits as Carson Wentz, Trevor Siemian shine (ESPN.com)In a year marked by atypical success from unseasoned quarterbacks, and in an era when players take over the position sooner than ever, Goff is a spectator.• Rams tape review: Defensive ups-and-downs in a victory over the Buccaneers (Los Angles Times)Each week we take a look at the tape to review what worked, what didn’t and what you might have missed. Today, we’ll focus on some coverage breakdowns from both teams as well as some defensive highlights.
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