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Los Angeles Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey has become the Mariachi Rams' biggest fan
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INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- A trumpet blared a vibrant beat as a string ensemble joined along.
"I got five on it!" sang the Mariachi Rams as the unexpecting SoFi Stadium crowd roared in anticipation.
Standing near midfield, a grin grew across Jalen Ramsey's face as the Los Angeles Rams' cornerback glanced to the infinity screen, saw the Mariachi Rams donning his No. 5 jersey and heard their tune, one of his favorite hip-hop songs arranged with a mariachi flavor.
"The energy was amazing and in that moment I just wanted to be like, 'Yeah, what's up? Get turnt up!'" Ramsey recalled. "That was something that was super special and personal that they did."
When the Mariachi Rams' 60-second rendition of Luniz's 1995 hit ended, Ramsey nodded his head, waved his hands in appreciation, then got back to the Week 9 game against the Tennessee Titans.
"We wanted him to actually know that we were doing it for him," said Jesse Hernandez, one of nine band members. "Jalen is the man. He's our buddy."
The Mariachi Rams have grown something of a cult following since they started playing at Rams games in 2019.
"It's electrifying," said Santiago Alberto, a band member who arranges the group's music. "Like the adrenaline gets going. It feels like we're doing a concert for 70,000 fans."
Rams fans often ask the impeccably suited band members for selfies and provide their full attention when the band performs from a stage in the Northwest corner of the stadium bowl during breaks in the football action.
But perhaps the Mariachi Rams' most notable fan is the All-Pro Ramsey, a 27-year-old Nashville native whose attention they captured when he played his first game in Los Angeles two seasons ago after his blockbuster trade from the Jacksonville Jaguars, whom the Rams host Sunday (4:05 p.m. ET, Fox).
"It was a star-studded event like I had never experienced in my NFL career yet," Ramsey recalled, thinking back to his first game in Los Angeles in 2019. "Then there was a mariachi band and it was something that was super unique and I knew obviously it was something that was specifically unique to the L.A. Rams, because we didn't have that in Jacksonville."
The Mariachi Rams perform authentic hits but enjoy mixing in occasional mariachi-infused hip-hop or popular culture music. They've played 2Pac's "California Love," the theme song to "Rocky" and even ESPN's Monday Night Football theme. They're the NFL's first mariachi band.
"It's just so cool to see all these different cultures all together, unified through sports and music," said Alberto, a 27-year-old music teacher. "I just feel like we're lucky that we have the opportunity."
"Being in L.A. and being in the culture here and being around so many different people in the community, they kind of embody what L.A.'s about," Ramsey said.
Before a Week 3 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Ramsey pulled up to SoFi Stadium in a blue and yellow Porsche and stepped out in a matching charro, a traditional mariachi suit, with custom white boots, proudly displaying his esteem for the band.
"It was just pure joy," Ramsey said, describing his homage. "They hand-stitched everything to a T, got my measurements, everything, the suit fits perfectly. ... It was super special. Super special moment."
It was something Ramsey decided he wanted to do after watching the Mariachi Rams infuse life into the stadium with a performance during a preseason game, providing a much-needed change in atmosphere after NFL teams were forced to play mostly in silence in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.
"We were like, 'Damn, he looks better than we do, man!'" said a laughing Hernandez, 70, who is also a music teacher. "And he's like a gigantic guy, like really buff. But it just like fit him like perfectly."
"He wore it with a lot of pride," Alberto said. "He wore it with dignity and respect."
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Because of the NFL's safety protocols surrounding COVID-19, Ramsey has not been able to meet the band in person, but he was able to FaceTime with the group the day he wore their suit.
"They were super excited, and I was super excited to meet them, too," Ramsey said. "I was happy to be able to represent them walking into SoFi Stadium."
Said Alberto: "How cool is that to have an NFL player that wants to meet you or something that you're involved in. Usually it's the other way around."
"It's a cool thing because you would never expect it," Hernandez said about Ramsey's fandom.
In a video produced for the Los Angeles Rams' website, Ramsey mentioned it would be cool if the band learned how to play, "I Got 5 on It."
Little did Ramsey know, they heard his request and got to work, despite the challenge of taking an original track that included drums, keyboards and synthesizers and making it authentically mariachi, utilizing trumpets, violins, a guitarron, vihuela and guitar with only one formal rehearsal.
"I write the arrangements for the group and I thought, 'You know what, we're gonna do this and we're gonna do it right.' We're not gonna make it like, cheesy or anything. We're gonna do it all the way," Alberto said. "That was a challenge, but I was up for it."
"That was dope," Ramsey said. "I wasn't expecting that."
As for Ramsey's next request?
"I'm hoping that right after the Super Bowl, Lord willing, the Rams play in and win the Super Bowl and right after the Super Bowl I can meet them," Ramsey said. "And we can have a good offseason of me learning how to play an instrument."
Ezekiel Elliott injury: Cowboys' mismanagement of All-Pro's knee ailment is unsettling, dangerous
There's a rather sizable drum the Dallas Cowboys have been pounding all season, and that's the fact they're playing the "long game" when it comes to how they manage player injuries. That's led to taking a deliberate and judicious approach in the return of players like two-time Pro Bowl quarterback Dak Prescott and All-Pro starters Tyron Smith and DeMarcus Lawrence, among others (e.g., Neville Gallimore, Michael Gallup), but it appears Ezekiel Elliott stands behind a different percussion instrument -- a trombone.
That said, it's time someone sound the trumpets on their uneven approach here. It's clear to anyone with working retinas that Elliott -- who has proven to be not only super durable, but also to have a very high threshold for pain -- is dealing with a knee issue that goes beyond a pre-game injection. Is it something that's potentially season-ending? No, but it is being aggravated greatly by both a refusal to rest him for at least a game and an offensive gameplan that continues to lean on him as if nothing is physically wrong.
In the Week 13 win over the Saints on Thursday night, Elliott was often seen limping after plays and grimacing as he ran out of bounds on at least one handoff. He'd finish with 13 carries (six more than a very healthy Tony Pollard) for just 45 yards, and continues battling through the lowest stretch of production in his career.
Prior to injuring his knee, his explosiveness was on full display with outings of 95, 143 and 110 yards rushing in Week 3 through Week 5, respectively, but his bad wheel has robbed him of that quickness and speed. Still, it's gone mostly ignored by the Cowboys when it comes to game prep, with owner Jerry Jones pivoting away from any speculation of possibly resting Elliott against the Saints and instead stating the two-time rushing champ would see have a "serious load" at Caesars Superdome.
No, that's not confounding at all (insert sarcasm here).
To his infinite credit, Elliott is accrediting his struggles to everything but his injury -- in the continued spirit of competitiveness of a player who can't fathom how it's OK to make an excuse for lack of production, even when there's a difference between a reason and an excuse, as is the case in his situation.
"The Saints have a good front," Elliott said following the win in New Orleans. "They do a lot of movement. They have a lot of good guys up front. So it was a little tough.
"... We made the plays we needed to make, and all we can do is celebrate this win and turn around and figure out how we can get better."
It is true the Cowboys offensive line struggled mightily against their Saints defensive counterparts, something that spilled over to Pollard as well for much of the game. It wasn't until Pollard burst through for a 58-yard touchdown late in the third quarter that the Cowboys rushing attack gained any traction and, for perspective, it took that home run to give Pollard 71 yards on seven carries, meaning he had only 13 rushing yards on his other six handoffs (2.17 yards per carry).
It was definitely a mostly forgettable evening for the Cowboys running backs, but unless they want to potentially damage their long game in 2021, it's time to scale back Elliott or rest him outright. The mini-bye will help, but how much or how little is to-be-determined, and it doesn't change the reality that says Elliott shouldn't have been on the field in New Orleans.
Three things are true here:
1. Elliott doesn't want to miss games.
2. The team shouldn't let him make that decision, any more than they let Prescott following his calf strain.
3. Elliott is looking forward to the extra days of rest.
"It'll be good to get a break," he admitted on Thursday.
I bet it will.
That break should've arrived before now, and whether he approved or not, because if the Cowboys are to make any kind of potential run in the playoffs, they'll need Elliott healthy for the maximum benefit of a currently struggling offense that is also fueled by his tandem with Pollard. As they turn the page to their first 2021 battle with the Washington Football Team, the Cowboys will have a better idea one week from now on the status of Elliott, or if they should [finally] agree to lean heavily on Pollard with a mix of backup running back Corey Clement, considering both Sewo Olonilua and Rico Dowdle are on season-ending injured reserve.
However, to hear Jones still playing the wrong instrument regarding his star running back less than 24 hours after seeing him try to muscle through an injury that isn't allowing him to -- noting to 105.3FM the Fan on Monday that Elliott is ready -- doesn't evoke a ton of confidence in the team's ability to make the right decision there, as he did with many of the aforementioned players.
"I'm sound with where I am," said Jones. "His trainers, the people that are the closest to his health, his medical situation, they think he's really good to go. And, so, I don't see after a 10-day rest here."
Jones wants Elliott to push through because, unlike the others, he believes pushing the issue is the right medicine for Elliott. In other words, if you're bleeding from a knife wound but can keep walking without making it worse, that's better than taking a moment to get the hole stitched up.
"You know, a lot of times, if you can get through games, if you can push on, then that's better for you than sitting it out," he said, adding to the overall bewilderment of the situation. "You actually, if you have an issue, it improves if you're able to get out and not injure it more. He certainly didn't injure anything more last night. So, I really look forward to a powerful and dynamic Zeke as we move on into this last part of the season."
In the end, this will either all be water under the bridge as recently as Dec. 12, or we'll be discussing how that bridge might be going further underwater -- with no logical explanation as to why it's being allowed to.
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