Andrew Whitworth jokes about a possible return: “You never say never; I did learn that”

Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth is retired. Unless he isn’t. Whitworth announced his retirement on March 15. He recently joked (we think) with … - Read on Andrew Whitworth jokes about a possible return: “You never say never; I did learn that”

Whitworth Joins Elite List of National Champions and Super Bowl Champions

Andrew Whitworth, the 2021 NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year, became the latest LSU football player to win both a national championship and a Super Bowl when the Rams beat the Bengals on Sunday. Whitworth started at left tackle in the Rams’ 23-20 win over Cincinnati yesterday. The Super Bowl victory capped a four-day …

Andrew Whitworth good to go

Rams head coach Sean McVay shared his team’s injury report for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game against the 49ers and it featured some good news for … - Read on Andrew Whitworth good to go, Van Jefferson questionable for Sunday

Andrew Whitworth, David Long Jr. questionable to return with knee injuries

Andrew Whitworth exited the game after the Rams’ first play from scrimmage, suffering a knee injury after getting rolled up on by another player. He returned and played the rest of the first half, but on the Rams’ opening possession of the third quarter, he wasn’t out there. — Read on Andrew Whitworth, David Long …

It’s more impressive what Andrew Whitworth is doing than Tom Brady

Whitworth plays tackle for the Rams, and he’s 40 years old. That sentence itself should be impressing enough on its own without getting into his stats. Tackle is no easy position to play and certainly not as a 40 year old, yet Whitworth continues to defy Father Time as he’s the only tackle to play …

How Andrew Whitworth Stays in the Game—and Continues to Dominate—at 40

Tom Brady gets plenty of credit for playing into his 40s, but the Rams’ left tackle is quietly doing something even more impressive. How has he kept playing this long? And what does he bring to an L.A. team that’s gone all in for a Super Bowl? — Read on How Andrew Whitworth Stays in …

Former LSU Tiger Andrew Whitworth announces season-long “Big Whit Homes For LA Families” program to support families in Louisiana and Los Angeles

After each home game at SoFi Stadium during the 2021 NFL season, Los Angeles Rams Tackle and team captain Andrew Whitworth will make a $20,000 donation to help repair homes in his home state of Louisiana and move Angelenos facing housing insecurity into homes as part of his "Big Whit Homes for LA Families" program, …

Former LSU Tiger Andrew Whitworth on his entire family contracting COVID-19: ‘It can spread like wildfire’ 

The NFL is still debating protocols with the NFLPA when it comes to dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, as there is still much work to do when it comes to beginning the 2020 season in a safe manner. As we inch closer to training camp, more players are coming out and detailing their bouts with …