The Los Angeles Rams will hold their final 2019 training camp practice open to the public Sunday at UC Irvine, with all players available for a limited time after practice for autographs.
The practice will begin at 2 p.m. with gates to Crawford Field opening at 12:30 p.m.
Fans seeking to attend the practice must register for free tickets at therams.com/training camp or on the Rams mobile app.
The Rams are scheduled to practice in Northern California later this week as they prepare for Saturday’s preseason opener against the Oakland Raiders.
The Rams held a joint practice with the Los Angeles Chargers Saturday at UC Irvine.
“We were sluggish,” Rams coach Sean McVay said. “I thought it seemed like the defense had good energy, offensively not even close to good enough. I thought they finished the day strong which is what’s important and our guys kept it together.
“I think you’ve got to give credit to the Chargers. They came out, they had some good juice, specifically their defense.”
Joint practices are “always a good learning opportunity for us,” McVay said.
“That’s really what this is,” McVay said. “You get a chance to try some things that maybe you wouldn’t do against your defense and you get it in a full speed setting against a really good team where you’re playing against their good players.”