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, but the heavy lifting on the way to the end zone came from running backs Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara. Ingram was held largely in check in the first half, but ran for 25 yards while Kamara picked up 34 yards through the air and seven more on the ground.Los Angeles got the ball to start the half Youth Kurt Coleman Jersey
, but went three and out on a four-yard loss by Robert Woods and two incompletions. That looked a lot like the way they started the game, which isn’t what the Rams would have liked given the better play at the end end of the first half. NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Jets have completed their interview with New Orleans Saints executive Terry Fontenot for their general manager job.The 38-year-old Fontenot is the Saints’ director of pro scouting. He has worked with New Orleans for 16 years Kurt Coleman Jersey Stitched
, including the last six in his current role.Fontenot is the second candidate the team has met with since Jets chairman and CEO Christopher Johnson fired Mike Maccagnan on May 15. The team interviewed Seattle Seahawks co-director of player personnel Scott Fitterer on Friday.The Jets are also meeting with Joe Douglas, Philadelphia’s vice president of player personnel Youth Patrick Robinson Jersey
, on Saturday and Sunday. He is widely considered the favorite to land the job. New York also is expected to interview Champ Kelly, the Chicago Bears’ assistant director of player personnel.Jets coach Adam Gase is the team’s acting general manager and has taken a key role in the search for a new GM.