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Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl 53 Roster

Super Bowl LIII is set to kick off tonight. While the New England Patriots are regulars on the Super Bowl stage, their opponents, the Los Angeles Rams, haven’t been here in a long time.

The Rams last appeared in the Super Bowl in 2002, back when the franchise was based in St. Louis. Super Bowl XXXVI would go down as the unofficial end to the “Greatest Show on Turf” when the Rams were upset by the Patriots, falling on a last minute field goal by Adam Vinateri.

A lot can change in 17 years, and the Rams not only have a brand new roster of players, but a new city after moving back to Los Angeles prior to the 2016 season.

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Here is a full breakdown of the 53 players Sean McVay will send out on the field tonight, broken down by position group and listed in alphabetical order.


Jared Goff

Sean Mannion

Running Backs:

C.J. Anderson

Justin Davis

Todd Gurley

John Kelly

Wide Receivers:

Brandin Cooks

KhaDarel Hodge

JoJo Natson

Josh Reynolds

Robert Woods

Tight Ends:

Gerald Everett

Tyler Higbee

Johnny Mundt

Offensive Line:

Brian Allen

Austin Blythe

Jamil Derby

Rob Havenstein

Joseph Noteboom

Rodger Saffold

John Sullivan

Andrew Whitworth

Defensive Line:

Michael Brockers

Aaron Donald

John Franklin-Myers

Sebastian Joseph-Day

Tanzel Smart

Ndamukong Suh

Ethan Westbrooks


Mark Barron

Samson Ebukam

Dante Fowler Jr.

Micah Kiser

Justin Lawler

Cory Littleton

Matt Longacre

Ogbonnia Okoronkwo

Ramik Wilson

Trevon Young


Blake Countess

Troy Hill

Marcus Peters

Nickell Robey-Coleman

Sam Shields

Aqib Talib

Darious Williams


Marqui Christian

John Johnson III

Lamarcus Joyner


Greg Zuerlein


Johnny Hekker

Long Snapper:

Jake McQuaide

You can watch the Rams square off with the Patriots tonight at 6:30 pm ET on CBS.

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