Los Angeles Rams: Fatal Stabbing, Coaching Shake-Up and 49ers Defeat

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Updated: December 24, 2019
NFL player C.J. Beathard's brother among pair fatally stabbed outside Nashville bar, authorities say
Clayton Beathard, who played football at Long Island University in New York City, was 22 years old. He and the other victim, identified as Paul Trapeni III, 21, were each taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, where they were pronounced dead, Nashville police announced in a statement . C.J. Beathard, 26, immediately left the team and returned to the Nashville area to support his family, missing Saturday night's game against the Los Angeles Rams, the 49ers announced. "The 49ers family was shocked and deeply saddened to learn of the tragedy involving C.J. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZS242NJEspr7HOZGqM4ulFSF7a5cSDbRQRQzlYqMs9SWZBwA1k4I6YVavpAYCIc5ARIvwzdk6NJfO_KuhbFXWnxXOEhezvWjQUOMTe.Ty9I5.LNzpBXxB7Em4SJUg.bgNWIsERp0BMUBj1pHCBU1uu_ Sean McVay said he was proud of his team's effort following the Rams' 34-31 loss to the 49ers , a loss that officially knocked the defending NFC champion from playoff contention. At the same time, McVay, during a postgame interview with NFL .com's Michael Silver, admitted frustration after watching his team drop to 8-7 while joining the 2016 Panthers as the only Super Bowl runner-ups this decade that failed to make the playoffs the following season. "I'm proud of the way we battled and fought, but I'm sick that we didn't come out with the result, and I'm sick that we won't be in the postseason," said McVay, who will not coach in the postseason for the first time in his three years as the Rams ' head coach. "Our season will end next week, and it's a sickening feeling -- and one that will drive me... Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZQPpagdRZCQ8tfvIEC9ER.WcumWuCtFfbk4gO.F7tbMyPr4ALgeXE.oFIGXYilVJVFl0IyZcvMvXgoBnFmIU2ZoFSsIhEztl2c-Dramatic third-and-16 conversions keep 49ers’ hopes alive for a top playoff seed 
The San Francisco 49ers kept their hopes for a first-round bye in the playoffs alive with consecutive third-and-16 conversions late in the game Saturday night against the Los Angeles Rams. With 2:30 remaining in the game, Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein made a 52-yard field goal to tie the game at 31. That just set up the 49ers’ last-second drama. On the first play of the drive, Jimmy Garoppolo was sacked by Rams defensive linemen Aaron Donald and Dante Fowler for a six-yard loss, leading to the two-minute warning. Garoppolo’s next pass attempt to running back Raheem Mostert went incomplete, leading to third and long. On third-and-16 and the game on the line, Garoppolo connected with wide receiver Kendrick Bourne for an 18-yard completion to keep the drive alive. Read More...
 

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