Random Ramsdom 5/29: Sam Bradford’s On The Move!

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As the St. Louis Rams inch ever so closely to the beginning of their Organized Team Activities [June 3], the good news keeps rolling in...or rolling out, if your super-mobile QB, Sam Bradford.




Rams’ 2014 Offseason Recap:  St. Louis Rams’ Official Site

With a week of both veterans and rookies engaging in offseason workouts at Rams Park behind them and organized team activities just a week away, Head Coach Jeff Fisher can embark on a 2014 season with one of the team’s most complete offseasons in recent memory in the rear-view mirror.

Rams’ Post Draft Position Outlook - WR:  ESPN

With the NFL draft and free agency complete, the St. Louis Rams' 53-man roster will likely come mostly from the players already on the team.  With organized team activities (OTAs) less than a week away, we take a look at where each position stands heading into next week. Let’s have a look at the Rams’ current corps of wideouts.

49ers’ Opponents Offseason Review:  Niners Nation

Last season, the Rams inconsistently rode their way to a 7-9 record, occasionally looking like one of the best teams in the NFC. Since the team is so young, this shouldn't come as a major surprise. Youth, of course, is an asset in this league. Youth means cheap talent, and in a league that is burdened with a salary cap, cheap talent correlates with success.

Rams’ Watts Looking To Make a Name for Himself:  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Trey Watts, a rookie free agent running back with the Rams, has spent his life in the shadow of his father.  That’s because his father, J.C. Watts, casts quite a shadow.

All Eyes on Sam Bradford:  St. Louis American

At this time of year, the NFL offseason is typically pretty quiet.  But as September nears, expectations become more vocal, and all eyes will be on Sam Bradford...in yet another "make or break" season.



Second Year Spotlight - NFC West:  National Football Post

Greg Gabriel, from NFP, highlights a few players in the NFC West who should anticipate breakout seasons in 2014.

Biggest Questions For Rams Heading Into 2014 Season:  Ramblin’ Fan

Going into every season, there are always a lot of question marks that circle around teams. The Rams are no different, and they, perhaps, have the most questions that need answering. Heres a few that are some of the most important things that fans will be looking for heading into the new season.

A List of Players Still Swimming in the NFL Free Agency Pool:  RotoWorld

While it’s fair to assume that most of the blockbuster deals are done, and the Rams final-53 will be comprised of players currently on the roster, there’s still time for NFL teams to make a move on a free agent.  There are plenty to be had.  DX, anyone?

Rams’ Post Draft Position Outlook - TE:  ESPN

It doesn’t appear the Rams intend on surprising opposing defenses with two tight-end sets lead by goalpost-dunking athletes.  Following the exodus of Mike McNeill, how will the Rams round out their depth chart at TE?

Evaluating Rams’ First Round Draft Picks [Audio]:  Ramblin’ Fan

By all accounts, the St. Louis Rams were the big winners of the 2014 NFL Draft. Of course, it takes a few years to properly evaluate a team’s draft, but the Rams received an ‘A’ grade from just about every draft pundit.

The June 1 Date and What It Means to the NFL:  Over the Cap

June 1 represents an important day in the calendar year for the NFL. It is a day when various rules and tenders change.

Lamarcus Joyner On Overcoming Upbringing



Rams Have Flipped the Script on O-Line Depth:  Cover 32 Rams

With Tuesday’s revelation of the Rams acquisition of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Davin Joseph, St. Louis now has an offensive line issue that is much more welcome than the one they had just a couple short months ago.


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