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Random Ramsdom 6/22: Gregg Williams Is Revving Up The Rams’ Defense. Nick Fairley Predicts “Great Things"

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Gregg Williams refuses to get off to a slow start in 2015, Frank Cignetti’s putting his stamp on the offense, Tre Mason is focused on controlling the things he can control, and Nick Fairley predicts “great things.” That, and more, right here...

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Fisher Warns Rams of Offseason Pitfalls |  ESPN

It was an offseason with plenty of change for the St. Louis Rams. On Thursday, they wrapped up their offseason program with their final organized team activity.

Mailbag with Wagoner |  ESPN

ESPN’s Nick Wagoner has a pretty good pulse on what’s going on with the team.  And from time to time - when he’s got some - he opens up the floor for questioning on Twitter.

Rams’ Defense Revving Up Under Williams |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

When Rams defensive players returned for the start of the offseason conditioning program in late April, each received an individual tape — an individual report if you will — showing strengths and weaknesses in his play.

Havenstein Learns Lessons During OTA’s |  Gridiron Gateway

Rookie right tackle Rob Havenstein learned plenty of lessons during the Rams’ three weeks of OTA sessions.  The second round pick received some of those courtesy of veteran defensive ends Chris Long and William Hayes.

Meet Rams’ Rookie Tackle Havenstein [VIDEO] |  Fox 2

Fox 2 Sports reporter Zac Choate introduces you to the Rams second round draft pick, offensive tackle Rob Havenstein.

All Aboard the Gaines Train.  Choo choo! [VIDEO] |  Fox 2

Rams cornerback E.J. Gaines can’t wait for the 2015 football season to begin! Gaines, going into his second NFL season played 15 games with the Rams last season. Not bad for a sixth round draft pick.

Rams’ RB Mason Focused On "Doing Me" |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"I was in shock, really, because I thought I did a good job last year,’’ said Mason, a third-round draft pick in 2014 who led the Rams in rushing and tied for the team lead in touchdowns last season as a rookie. "At that time, with a pick like that, it’s a replacement.’’

Cignetti Putting His Stamp On Rams’ Offense |  St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Backup quarterback Austin Davis says the Frank Cignetti scheme has its own flavor. Wide receiver Kenny Britt said there’s a big learning curve involved in getting it down.

Tavon Had A Great Offseason...Not an #Outstanding One |  NFL.com

Is this the year the St. Louis Rams' steep investment in Tavon Austin finally pays off?

Fairley Looking Forward to His First Season With Rams |  AL.com

The host wore different colors for the third annual Nick Fairley Football and Cheerleading Camp than he had for the first two. In 2013 and 2014, Fairley sported the Honolulu blue and silver of the Detroit Lions. But on Saturday, the former Auburn standout wore the blue and gold of the St. Louis Rams as he joined more than 200 youngsters for drills on the Williamson High School practice field.

Fairley Promises "Great Things" In Rams’ Defense |  Pro Football Talk

New Rams defensive tackle Nick Fairley says he’s a perfect fit in the kind of defense they play in St. Louis.

Gurley’s Contract Protects Him For First Two Years, Rams Last Two |  Pro Football Talk

The Rams hope that running back Todd Gurley can play right away. The contract he signs reflects a somewhat lower degree of optimism.


Is Aaron Ross A Good Fit For the Rams? |  iSportsWeb

Free agent cornerback Aaron Ross recently worked out for the St. Louis Rams this past week. Ross missed the whole 2014-2015 season for the Baltimore Ravens due to a torn Achilles. Ross was drafted in the first round back in 2007 for the New York Giants. Ross has won two Super Bowl Championships with the Giants.