The St. Louis/Los Angeles Rams, as it has been for the past three seasons, are the youngest team in the NFL. A month ago, the average age of all the Rams’ players was 26.05. And that was prior to the release of three of their six oldest veterans. Cutting Chris Long , James Laurinaitis , and Jared Cook  makes them that much younger.
Todd Gurley, Running Back
Considering he only started 12 games, it's remarkable what Gurley was able to accomplish in his rookie season. The Offensive Rookie of the Year racked up 1,106 rushing yards, third-most in the NFL, while also posting a sterling 4.8 yards per carry. He's like the love child of Eddie George and Eric Dickerson.
Rob Havenstein, Offensive Tackle
Havenstein protected Rams quarterbacks well enough that they could deliver the ball last season (not that they delivered it accurately or anything). Though he's not a beast in the run game, Havenstein is a young developing player who started 13 games on Jeff Fisher's offense, helping Todd Gurley thrive as a rookie.
We've been doing this for several years now, and we always keep this prestigious list to players who will be 24 or younger as of the first day of the upcoming season. If someone turns 25 on the day of the Kickoff Game, they're too old!