Ex-Georgia Assistant Joins Rams’ Staff | 247 Sports
The Los Angeles Rams are set to hire John Lilly as their tight ends coach according to a tweet from the verified account of ESPN NFL analyst Adam Caplan. Lilly coached tight ends and special teams under former Bulldog head coach Mark Richt for eight years.
Rams Have Decisions To Make With Oft-Injured Saffold | ESPN
We're moving closer to the start of the new league year and, along with it, the start of free agency. Which means over the next few weeks, the Los Angeles Rams will be taking a long look at the players already on the roster and determining whether they're worth their projected salary-cap numbers.
Grading NFC West Rookie Classes [VIDEO] | TheRams.com
Former NFL Player and scout, Bucky Brooks, grades each NFC West team's rookie class from 2015
What Free Agent QB’s Could Wind Up in L.A.? | Scout.com
As the Los Angeles Rams gear up for the 2016 season, their primary focus should be finding a viable quarterback on the free agent market or through the NFL Draft.
Rams Start Moving Out of Edward Jones Dome | Fox 2 Now
We all know the Rams are moving to Los Angeles, but now we also know when they are taking their stuff with them. It was Tuesday.
Superagent Leigh Steinberg On Rams Move to L.A. | Audio Bloom
Superagent Leigh Steinberg joins the Ramble On podcast talking about the Rams moving back to Los Angeles, how he tried to keep the Rams here 21 years ago, how free agency can be impacted and plenty more.
Free Agency Buyer’s Guide: Finding Value on Offense | NFL.com
Here is a primer on some of the players at each position that will come at a good bargain with a high upside, assuming they are not tagged or re-signed before the market opens. Bargain is a relative term in this context, as some players will inevitably command a higher price tag than others.
Daniel Jeremiah’s 2016 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 | NFL.com
ICYMI, PFF’s Top 75 Free Agents for 2016 | Pro Football Focus
Free agency kicks off in less than a month, so we are taking a look at the best players available this offseason. Our senior analysts have taken everything from past performance, age, injury history and more into account to give you our top 75 player about to hit the free agent market.
Roger Goodell Earned Over $34M In 2015 | U.S. News
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell earned just over $34 million for 2014, according to the league's tax filing released Tuesday. That total is actually down a bit from 2013 ($35 million) and 2012, when Goodell collected $44.2 million, including $9 million in bonuses and deferred pension.
Redskins, Cousins Talks Hit a Snag | Pro Football Talk
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the team and quarterback Kirk Cousins have broken off contract talks, and no more talks are scheduled.
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