The Los Angeles Rams public relations staff has been selected as the 2019 Pete Rozelle Award winner by the Professional Football Writers of America.
They also won the award in 1997 while in St. Louis.
The Rozelle Award is given to the NFL club public relations staff that consistently strives for excellence in its dealings and relationships with the media. The award is named for the NFL commissioner from 1960-89, who started his distinguished career in sports PR roles as a student at both Compton (California) Junior College and the University of San Francisco. He also broke into the NFL as the PR director of the Rams from 1952-55.
During the 2019 season, the Rams’ PR staff consisted of Artis Twyman (senior director of communications), Julia Faron (manager, communications), Tiffany White (lead communications specialist), Travis Langer (coordinator, communications), Joanna Hunter (senior director of corporate communications), and Chase Isaacs (communications specialist). The Rams were also assisted by interns Morgan Evans, Chris Licata and Ryan Perez.
The other 2019 nominees for the Rozelle Award were the Ravens, Bills, Patriots, Broncos, and Texans.
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