Here’s the Awesome Way Rams Players are Helping Out Wildfire Victims



By Jena Greene | Reporter


Southern California had a tough week.

Between the Thousand Oaks shooting and wildfires ravaging over 70,000 acres of the Los Angeles suburbs, Californians need a little hope. (RELATED: Packers Fans May Have Just Crowned LA As The Worst Sports City In America)

Which is exactly why the captains of the Los Angeles Rams are doing their part to help heal the area.

According to multiple reports following the Rams’ impressive win Sunday, captains Todd Gurley, Jared Goff, Michael Brockers, Andrew Whitworth and Johnny Hekker will be auctioning off their jerseys — with all proceeds going to benefit the victims of the California wildfires.

Each jersey is selling for way north of $300. As it stands now, the most expensive one is Todd Gurley’s, which is currently sitting at $3620 as of Monday morning.

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