Rams’ Offseason Outlook [VIDEO] | CBS Sports
Who should the Rams target in free agency and the draft this offseason? Kirk Morrison, Dave Richard, and Pete Prisco join Ryan Bass to break it down.
Janoris Complicates Rams’ "Priority A" | Sporting News
The Rams know they need to keep at least one of their free-agent cornerbacks, but Janoris Jenkins complicated things by firing his agent.
Total disrespect when u held down one side all 4 years and force the ball the other way.. #ThanksButNoThanks— Mr.Pix6Sh*t/Clamps (@JjenkzLockdown) February 29, 2016
Rams Hit Free Agency Snag, As Janoris Fires His Agent | Los Angeles Times
Cornerback Janoris Jenkins fired his agent, a person with knowledge of the situation said. The person requested anonymity because they are not authorized to speak for Jenkins.
Jenkins Turns Down 5-years, $45M Offer From Rams | Turf Show Times
A $9M average annual value would put JJ in the top 12 of NFL CBs per OTC. Maybe I'm being a homer, but that seems like a pretty fair offer. Then again, it's been clear since the end of the season that Jenkins wasn't going to be afraid to ruffle some feathers during the negotiation process.
#Rams are leaning toward franchise tagging CB Trumaine Johnson, sources say. A bit unexpected, but there is a lot of outside interest in him— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 27, 2016
L.A. and its sports fans love redemption stories, which is why the Rams should sign RG3 | Los Angeles Times
In 1972, a failed and unemployed NFL quarterback came to Los Angeles for a fresh start. Two seasons later, James Harris led the Rams to the NFC championship game.
Potential Landing Spots for 1st Round QB’s and WR’s [VIDEO] | TheRams.com
NFL Media’s Charles Davis and Daniel Jeremiah join "Combine Primetime" to give their ideal landing spots for potential first found quarterbacks and wide receivers in the 2016 NFL draft. They have the Rams getting QB Paxton Lynch.
Rams’ Director of Player Personnel Talks Scouting Process [VIDEO] | TheRams.com
Rams Reporter Dani Klupenger gets the scoop on the Rams scouting efforts from Director of Player Personnel Taylor Morton at the NFL Combine.
Les Snead On the Combine’s Piece of the Puzzle [VIDEO] | TheRams.com
GM Les Snead talks about the importance of the Combine and what the Rams learned about Todd Gurley and Aaron Donald at their respective combines.
Breaking Down the Draft’s Best QB Prospects [VIDEO] | ESPN
Sal Paolantonio, Field Yates and Mark Dominik break down top quarterback prospects Carson Wentz, Jared Goff and Paxton Lynch. (2:31)
NFL Combine’s Day 3 Winners and Losers | NFL.com
Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks is spotlighting the prospects who make a mark -- for better or worse -- at the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine. On Sunday, the linebackers and defensive linemen took the field. Here are Brooks' impressions from Indianapolis. [Day 1: OL, RB] [Day 2: QB, WR, TE]
Rams Give Long Look at QB’s At Combine | OC Register
The annual, comical debate over the hand size of quarterbacks commenced this past week and, once again, ended with the conclusion that everyone could properly grip and throw a football.
Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) February 28, 2016
Five Takeaways From Combine QB Workouts | Pro Football Focus
The quarterback position isn’t one that normally fluctuates with combine performance, but outliers on either end of the spectrum can still give teams pause. Here are five guys who showed me something — whether encouraging or disappointing — in Indy
Rams Want to Extend Austin, Ogletree | Pro Football Rumors
Flush with nearly $60MM in cap space heading into the 2016 league year, the Rams will seek to extend one exciting young player on each side of the ball, as Vincent Bonsignore of the Los Angeles Daily News reports (Twitter link) that the club is likely to open negotiations later this offseason on long-term deals for linebacker Alec Ogletree and receiver Tavon Austin.
Q&A With Rams’ Coach Jeff Fisher | L.A. Daily News
Fisher was at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis this week, where he fielded questions on a variety of subjects.
Could Rams Be In Play for Hard Knocks? | ESPN
The offseason is here for the Los Angeles Rams and now that we know where they'll be playing their home games for the long-term, things have settled down enough to spend our weekends answering a few of your Twitter questions.
Trade Market For Kaepernick Will Be Limited | ESPN
The ability to escape is part of Colin Kaepernick's game. Now he's trying to escape the San Francisco 49ers.
Rams’ Financial Picture Looks Brighter After Salary Cap Bump | L.A. Daily News
National Football League teams learned late Friday they will have roughly $12 million more to spend on player salaries in 2016 than 2015.
Eagles Increase Offer to Sam Bradford | NFL.com
The Eagles met with Sam Bradford's agent, Tom Condon, this week and increased their offer on a long-term deal.
And for those who missed it, Redskins are tagging QB Kirk Cousins before Tuesday's deadline.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 29, 2016
Saints Hope to Visit with Laurinaitis Next Week | Pro Football Talk
New Orleans is hoping to bring James Laurinaitis in for a free agent visit next week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Did You Know...
Fun fact: Paxton Lynch's father played hoops at Texas Wesleyan, where his roommate was a 6-10 kid named Mark Calaway, aka, The Undertaker.— Robert Klemko (@RobertKlemko) February 29, 2016
Did You Know: Suge Knight played two games as a defensive end for the Los Angeles #Rams as a replacement player during the 1987 NFL strike— Brandon Bate (@NoPlanB_) February 29, 2016