Breaking News : Los Angeles Rams have confirmed the super star they are now willing to sign

The Los Angeles Rams are making a quarterback change after Matthew Stafford suffered a sprained UCL in his right thumb during Sunday’s 43-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. According to a report by Dianna Russini of The Athletic, the Rams are likely to bring back former backup quarterback John Wolford, who is currently on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ practice squad.


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Rams coach Sean McVay disclosed Stafford’s injury and mentioned that his availability is day-to-day. Stafford had a mixed performance in the game, completing 13 of 22 passes for 162 yards, along with one touchdown and an interception. Brett Rypien, the backup quarterback, replaced Stafford in the second half and completed five of his 10 passes for 42 yards.

With Stafford’s status uncertain and Rypien as the only available quarterback on the roster (as rookie fourth-round pick Stetson Bennett is away from the team for undisclosed reasons), the Rams had no choice but to sign John Wolford. Wolford was with the Rams in the previous season, having joined them as a free agent in April 2019. During his initial tenure with the Rams, he served as the backup to both Jared Goff and Matthew Stafford and even made four starts over the course of three seasons. Last season, the 28-year-old started in three games for the Rams while Stafford was dealing with multiple injuries. He completed 61.3 percent of his passes for 390 yards, with one touchdown and three interceptions, before Baker Mayfield took over to finish the year.

The Rams are hoping to bounce back from their significant loss when they face the Green Bay Packers on Sunday.

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