Buffalo Bills Los Angeles Rams NFL Super Bowl | Rams story The defending champions are not easing into a new

season with the much-hyped Bills in the Rams opener No NFL team had a shorter off-season than the Rams,

something of a double-edged reward for winning the Super Bowl. The new roster added two key players, then

spent spring workout training camp navigating through the right elbow of its star quarterback. The brawl

during a joint exercise with the Cincinnati Bengals put an exclamation point on the preseason. On Thursday

night the Rams will try to announce their second consecutive title Run It Back, playing the Buffalo Bills

in the season opener at Sophie Stadium. Rams coach Sean McVay said something about the change between seasons,

saying sometimes it feels like it's gone in the blink of an eye. A banner celebrating the Rams' Super Bowl

championship was unveiled at the stadium prior to kickoff, where the Rams beat the Bengals to a boom-or-bust season.

The Rams, trying to become the first team in two decades to win back-to-back Super Bowl titles, said 2021 was in the past.

Receiver Cooper Kupp said, pretty much everyone did with it. Jalen Ramsey Said If you had great ambition to be great and noble,

it's easy to turn that page trying to be the next big thing too. Last season—his first with the Rams—experienced quarterback

Matthew Stafford played through tendinitis in the throwing arm still led the Rams to the title. Stafford got an injection

 in his own arm after the Super Bowl. He did not throw passes during the team's off-season workouts and 

his workload during training was greatly reduced. He looked sharp during pre-season rehearsals and said he felt great.

There will be no limits McVay who is 5-0 in the season openers, also said of Stafford.  Super Bowl | Rams story