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Cooper Kupp hauled in five passes for 50 yards, linebacker Samson Ebukam had two tackles and special teamer Nsimba Webster had two tackles for the Rams (6-3), who now are in a three-way tie atop the NFC West with the Seahawks (6-3) and Arizona Cardinals (6-3).
The Rams (5-3), who host the Seattle Seahawks (6-2) on Sunday, have utilized Webster at punt returner (10 returns, 56 yards), kick returner (six returns, 133 yards) and kickoff team (six tackles) this season.
Former Eastern Washington star Cooper Kupp hauled in 11 receptions for 110 yards, but his Los Angeles Rams had trouble finding the end zone in a 28-17 road loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Few faces from area college football programs saw much camera time in HBO’s popular NFL docuseries “Hard Knocks,” which concluded its 15th season on Tuesday.
There's nothing quiet about former EWU linebacker Samson Ebukam's jovial personality, though, which shined in the season premiere of HBO's "Hard Knocks" this week.
While the Big Sky Conference football season remains in limbo on the cusp of August, more than a dozen ex-Eastern Washington and Idaho standouts enter preseason NFL training camps around the country.
Cooper Kupp is usually down the road from Hollywood, but the low-key Los Angeles Rams receiver is anything but Tinseltown.
Cooper Kupp is back, and he’s better than ever. He’s also back in his home state of Washington.
Consider it the perfect marriage. Eastern Washington’s group of big, strong and experienced receivers and a first-year receivers coach from the Missouri Valley Conference, a collection of tradition-rich FCS programs that prides itself on physicality.
Los Angeles Rams backup quarterback Blake Bortles fired passes Tuesday to a series of undersized, fleet-footed receivers trying to extend their stay with the flourishing organization.
Nsimba Webster caught an inside screen pass and proceeded to bolt upfield past a host of defenders, including inside linebacker Ketner Kupp.
A thinner, seemingly happier Jay-Tee Tiuli stood in front of a half-dozen cameras Thursday at Roos Field, the first time the Big Sky Conference Defensive Player of the Year spoke to reporters since November.
Several pro hopefuls were out at Roos Field Thursday as Eastern Washington held its Pro Day in front of numerous scouts.
As friends and family from her native Congo sipped drinks and socialized at a wedding reception Saturday near Oakland, California, Batala Webster sat in a nearby chair, her eyes locked onto a live video feed.
As high-powered as Eastern Washington’s offense has been, its defense is often ahead of the curve in early August.
Eastern Washington gave up 551 yards of offense, including a career-high 208 on 15 catches by Aggies wide receiver Keelan Doss, but managed to hold on for 41-38 Big Sky Conference win.
Nzuzi and Nsimba Webster have been hard at play since the day they were born.