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Los Angeles Rams commended their exchange for Von Miller with an unsurpassed GIF blowback

The Los Angeles Rams consented to perhaps the greatest move of the NFL season on Monday by gaining eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller from the Denver Broncos. The Broncos will get second-and third-round draft picks in 2022, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The arrangement immediately gives one of the association’s Super Bowl top choices (+650 at Tipico Sportsbook following the exchange) another brand name playmaker on guard to combine with Aaron Donald, Jalen Ramsey and Leonard Floyd. Los Angeles might have assembled one of the most ridiculously fearsome units in the association. No part of that is being referred to.

What caused a stir, notwithstanding, is the means by which the group decided to commend the forthcoming arrangement via online media.

In a tweet posted not long after the news broke, the Rams conveyed a GIF of John Malkovich as Teddy KGB, a mobster who has underground games in the 1998 film “Rounders” – an almost wonderful poker film that certainly warrants more conversation sometime in the future. The scene where the GIF was cut from shows an arrogant and grandiose Teddy sprinkling the pot even with Matt Damon’s frantic Mike McDermott.

The issue – and a fast spoiler alert for the people who haven’t seen the film – is that Teddy loses more than $60,000 to Mike before the finish of that scene! The “all-in” call, the pot-sprinkling, the Oreo-eating … everything misfires as marvelously for Teddy KGB as the complement Malkovich decided to depict him with.

So well done to the Los Angeles Rams on landing Miller and reinforcing their protection for a postseason run. Ideally it works out much preferable for them over their GIF recommends it will.

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