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All or Nothing: A Season with the Los Angeles Rams The Longest Road Trip (2017– ) HD online
Language: English
Category: TV Episode / Documentary / Sport
Original Title: The Longest Road Trip
Director: Shannon Furman,Pat Harris
Writers: Gerry Reimel
Released: 2017–
Duration: 50min
Video type: TV Episode
Injuries begin to mount as the NFL's road warriors pack up for a two-week, 11,000-mile road trip, first to Detroit to take on the Lions and then to England to face the Giants - a trip that gives the players and their families a chance to see the sights and sounds of London.
Episode credited cast:
Maurice Alexander Maurice Alexander - Safety #31
Tavon Austin Tavon Austin - Wide Receiver #11
Mark Barron Mark Barron - Linebacker #26
Odell Beckham Jr. Odell Beckham Jr. - Giants Wide Receiver #13
Taylor Bertolet Taylor Bertolet - Kicker #1
Rob Boras Rob Boras - Offensive Coordinator
Kenny Britt Kenny Britt - Wide Receiver #18
Frank Bush Frank Bush - Linebackers Coach
Landon Collins Landon Collins - Giants Safety #21
Benny Cunningham Benny Cunningham - Running Back #23
Andy Dickerson Andy Dickerson - Asst. Offensive Line Coach
Aaron Donald Aaron Donald - Defensive Tackle #99
John Fassel John Fassel - Special Teams Coordinator
Brandon Fisher Brandon Fisher - Defensive Backs Coach
Jeff Fisher Jeff Fisher - Himself

Jeff Fisher: Jeff Fisher began his coaching career as an assistant for Buddy Ryan with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1986, coaching the defensive backs for three seasons before becoming the NFL's youngest defensive coordinator in 1988.

John Lilly: Before joining the Rams, John Lilly coached tight ends at the University of Georgia from 2008-2015. During his eight seasons at UGA, the Bulldogs won 74 games, including five bowl victories and two SEC East titles.

Trumaine Johnson: Sixth-year pro, Trumaine Johnson, has played in 69 games with 47 starts. He has tallied 271 career tackles (239 solo), 16 interceptions, two touchdowns and 42 passes defensed. His 16-career interceptions have him tied for No. 23 on the Rams All-Time Interceptions list.

Reggie Scott: Before entering the NFL, Reggie Scott worked as a student athletic trainer at West Virginia University for four years (1999- 2002), working with student athletes involved in football, wrestling, baseball, men's tennis and soccer.

Gregg Williams: With the help of Gregg Williams, in 2010 the Saints saw dramatic improvement in yardage surrendered per game, moving from 25th in the NFL in 2009 (357.8 yards per game) to the fourth-best defense (306.3 yards per game) in 2010. They also moved from 20th place in 2009 to seventh place in 2010 in opponent's points per game (19.2 average).

Rob Boras: A native of Glen Ellyn, Illinois, Rob Boras spent one season as head coach at NCAA Division III Benedictine University in Lisle, Illinois in 1998.

Johnny Hekker: In 2015, Johnny Hekker garnered his second Pro Bowl nod after one of the best punting seasons in NFL history. The fourth-year pro led the NFL in punts, gross average, net average and punts downed inside the 20-yard line. He's the first player to lead the league in all three categories since the NFL began tracking punts inside opponents' 20 in 1976.

Rodger Saffold: Seventh-year pro, Rodger Saffold has played in 83 career games with 80 starts.

Troy Hill: As a senior at Oregon, Troy Hill finished seventh on the team in tackles (71) but third in unassisted tackles (59).

Alec Ogletree: In 2014, Alec Ogletree led the team in tackles for the second-consecutive season with 169 (110 solo).

Case Keenum: While in college, Case Keenum was a two-time recipient of the Sammy Baugh Trophy (2009 and 2011), which is awarded annually to the nation's top passers.

Kenny Britt: With 701 receiving yards as a rookie and 775 yards in 2010, Kenny Britt became the first Titans/Oilers player since Chris Sanders (1995-1996) to lead the squad in receiving yards in each of his first two seasons.

Lance Kendricks: Lance Kendricks tallied five touchdowns in 2014, a single-season career high.

Tavon Austin: In 2013, Tavon Austin became the ninth wide receiver drafted by the Rams in the first round and the first taken in the opening round since Torry Holt was selected No. 6 overall in the 1999 NFL Draft.

Kenny Britt: Kenny Britt recorded one of the best receiving games in Titans' franchise history against the Eagles on October 24, 2010, when he caught seven passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns. His yardage total ranked fifth in team history that season.

Les Snead: Prior to joining the Rams, Les Snead spent 13 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. He served as the club's director of player personnel from 2009-11 and also held posts as a pro scout and as the Falcons' director of pro personnel.

Case Keenum: In 2013, Case Keenum made his first-career start against Kansas City, completing 15 passes for 271 yards and a touchdown, and added 10 yards on three carries.

Benny Cunningham: Fourth-year pro, Benny Cunningham, has competed in 57 games with three starts as a Ram. In 2014, he set career marks with 352 receiving yards and 963 kickoff return yards. Cunningham also led the NFC in average yards per return (27.5) in 2014.

Aaron Green: Aaron Green carried the ball 445 times for 2,426 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns during his TCU career.

Todd Gurley: Todd Gurley ran track for Team USA in Europe during the spring and summer of 2011.

Tavon Austin: Tavon Austin caught 31 passes for 242 yards, carried the ball 36 times for 224 yards and two touchdowns, and returned 35 punts for 391 yards and one touchdown for a net total of 877 yards and three total touchdowns in 2014.

Aaron Donald: During his college career, Aaron Donald was a recipient of the Bronko Nagurski Trophy (best defensive player), the Chuck Bednarik Award (best defensive player), the Outland Trophy (best interior lineman) and the Rotary Lombardi Award (best lineman or linebacker).

Frank Bush: Frank Bush started his coaching career with the Houston Oilers as the linebacker's coach from 1992-94. Jeff Fisher worked with Bush on that Houston staff as the defensive coordinator.

2011: Rams Hall of Famer, Marshall Faulk (RB 1999-2005), was the NFL's Most Valuable Player in 2000 and won the league's Offensive Player of the Year award in three consecutive seasons (1999-2001). Voted to seven Pro Bowls, he was a first-team All-Pro three times and a three-time winner of the Daniel F. Reeves Memorial award, which is annually presented to the Rams' team MVP. Marshall Faulk finished his career as NFL's all-time leader in receiving yards by a running back and ranked second in receptions among backs. Marshall Faulk also ranked fourth all time in scrimmage yards upon his retirement.

Stan Kroenke: In 2010, Stan Kroenke's bid was approved unanimously by NFL owners to become the sole owner of the then St. Louis Rams by 2014.

Brian Quick: In 2013, Brian Quick played in 16 games with four starts and caught 18 passes for 302 yards, including a long of 73 yards and two touchdowns.

Tavon Austin: In 2013, Tavon Austin finished the season with 40 catches in 13 games and six total touchdowns (four receiving, one rushing and one via punt return).