THOUSAND OAKS, California ̵1; Los Angeles Rams play Monday night football at Baltimore Ravens. It is a critical game for the 6-4 Ramans who desperately need a prize to stay in the playoffs only after the season after they appeared in the Super Bowl LIII.
But don't expect circumstances to compromise Rams' security ethics, Eric Weddle, who has played ravens in the previous three seasons.
Weddle said Wednesday he will not share any secrets of his former team.
"I could tell them a lot, but that's just not who I am," said Weddle, who signed a two-year contract with Rams of $ 10.5 million after Ravens released him in March. "We'll play it on the pitch and the best team will win it." of his arrival.
However, McVay said Wednesday that he did not talk to Weddle about the nuances of the Ravens defense, limiting opponents to an average of 19.6. points for the game that ranked sixth in the league.
"As for some complications, I think she has a lot of loyalty to those guys, even if he's not there anymore," McVay said.
It's uncertain whether Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters, whose Rams traded with Baltimore in mid-October, will share some concrete insights about Operation Rams with his new team.
When asked whether it might be considered unfair to share inside information about a former team, McVay said, “It's entirely up to each individual's approach. “
However, it seems that Rams, who have a 19% chance of playoffs, could use all available information to slow down 8-2 ravens averaging the Best NFL 34.1 points for Lamar Jackson's leading quarterback the player who won the Most Valuable NFL Player award.
Still won't touch Weddle.
"I have great respect for this place, not just how it helped my career and rejuvenate my career, how they treated me and my family," Weddle said. "But it's a very tight group and what would I be – what would I be if I turned my back on them all?"
Ravens signed Weddle for a four-year, $ 26 million contract in 2016 after he dropped from San Diego Chargers, where he spent the past nine seasons of his career.