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Random Ramsdom 2/8: Old Friends, Potentially New Faces.

It’s Sunday and there’s no football on TV. There’s plenty of football on your internet machine though. Here’s a random roundup for the St. Louis Rams.

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Rams Shouldn’t Have Many Salary Cap Problems |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

When all is said and done, the Rams should be in decent shape salary cap-wise this offseason. But with the Super Bowl completed, and the offseason officially upon us, the team’s salary cap situation looks tight at the moment.

Rams Mailbag with Nick Wagoner |  ESPN

The Super Bowl and the 2014 NFL season have come to a close which means it's time to transition to the silly season. Lots of rumors and speculation will fill the coming months and there are plenty of questions to get to.

Bills Sign Former Rams Guard Richie Incognito |

The Buffalo Bills and Incognito have agreed in principle on a contract, the team announced on Saturday. The contract length is one year, NFL Media's Jeff Darlington reported Saturday, per a source close to Incognito.

Suh Wants to Sign With the Seahawks |  CBS Sports

According to Bleacher Report's Jason Cole, Detroit Lions free agent defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh "would love to be with the Seattle Seahawks." Cole continued, "This is his number one choice -- because Suh is from the northwest area, grew up in Portland, he'd like to be there."

Dirt Turning In Inglewood. Stadium Next? |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Dump trucks and excavators are lined up at the Hollywood Park Racetrack. Dirt is piled in mounds, concrete and brick broken and stacked.

Kroenke Meets With St. Louis Stadium Head |  Sporting News

At last week's Super Bowl, St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke spent about 20 minutes speaking with Dave Peacock, who heads the St. Louis stadium task force.

Rams Rewind: CB Janoris Jenkins |  Gridiron Gateway

With National Signing Day on Wednesday, we’re taking a look back at some of the Rams when they were high school prospects and going through the recruiting process.

Why Warner, Pace Didn’t Make the Hall of Fame |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Two former Rams were among the 15 finalists: OT OrlandoPace and QB Kurt Warner. Both made the cutdown from 15 to 10 but were eliminated in the subsequent reduction from 10 to 5.

Rams’ Offseason Priority List |  Ramblin’ Fan

2014 proved to be just another year without a postseason presence for the Rams.  Every year it seems as though things continue to fall in place, and there’s little that suggests 2015 will be any different.  What do the Rams need to do in the offseason to ensure they’re playing in January next year?

Five Draft Prospects Rams’ Fans Need to Know About |  Rant Sports

Here are 5 players, out of about a million, that you should be familiar least according to this Rant Sports writer.  The Rams only have five picks, so I wouldn’t bother brushing up on any of the other 999,995.