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Random Ramsdom 6/24: Cignetti Settling In, Foles Extension Talks, & Gurley’s Injury Update

Rams’ new offensive coordinator is settling in, talks of a long-term deal with Nick Foles are ongoing, Todd Gurley’s aiming for a start in training camp, and Kenny Britt’s playing with a chip on his shoulder...

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Cignetti Settling In As Rams’ OC |  ESPN

New St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti Jr. has only been on the job for about five months, which isn't enough time to make any sort of sweeping declarations about his impact on an offense in need of all the help it can get.

Cignetti Bringing New Flavor to Rams’ Playbook |  iSportsWeb

The St. Louis Rams have a new offensive coordinator, but he is not a new face to the Rams organization. Rams quarterback coach Frank Cignetti was promoted to offensive coordinator after former offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer left the Rams to take the same position at Georgia University.

Gurley Aims To Participate At Start Of Training Camp |  ESPN

There's still no definitive timetable for St. Louis Rams running back Todd Gurley's return to the football field. But there has been progress in his rehabilitation from a torn left anterior cruciate ligament.

McLeod Happy To Be Back With Rams |  Gridiron Gateway

The St. Louis Rams showed free safety Rodney McLeod how much they valued him this offseason when he was a restricted free agent.

Foles the Focal Point of Rams’ QB Overhaul |  Fox Sports Midwest

It's been an interesting offseason for the Rams at the quarterback position.  First, of course, there was the headline-grabbing trade of oft-injured Sam Bradford, who'd been with the Rams since they drafted him first overall in 2010...

Rams Shouldn’t Rush to Sign Foles to Long-Term Deal |  ESPN 101

Rams coach Jeff Fisher recently confirmed that the Rams were interested in signing quarterback Nick Foles to a long-term contract, which begs the question: Are Fisher and the Rams being proactive or putting the cart before the horse?

Rams Should Remain Patient On Foles Extension |  Bleacher Report

NFL general managers who don't have a franchise quarterback in their stable are constantly on a quest to find one. And so when they come across a pivot who has anything resembling a legitimate shot at becoming a franchise leader, they're usually eager to lock them up and keep them away from quarterback-starved predators in competing cities.

Rounding Up the Rams’ Offseason Buzz |  Bleacher Report

The excitement of the offseason is officially over. Minicamps and OTAs have come to an end, and it's time for fans to endure a long summer break before training camp opens.

"Show Up" Should Be Rams’ Fans Motto In 2015 |

The Los Angeles relocation situation and the uncertain future of the Rams has given birth to several odd dynamics surrounding the team as they enter the 2015 season. One of those dynamics is whether attendance will suffer as a result of the unknowns engulfing this franchise.

Player Review: WR Kenny Britt |  Ramblin’ Fan

Kenny Britt will be entering his second year with the Rams and is looking to solidify his spot atop the depth chart. Like it or not, Britt is the Rams only shot at a number one wideout heading into training camp.

Britt Playing With a Chip On His Shoulder |  iSportsWeb

Whether its pounding his fist on his chest like Matthew McConaughey did in the movie The Wolf of Wall Street or sitting out in the outfield eating a piece a cake in Coach Jeff Fish’s celebrity softball game, Kenny Britt is a player that the St. Louis Rams fans love to have.

Never Forget [From the Rams’ Website 6/24/2006]