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Random Ramsdom 4/7: With Three Weeks Until the NFL Draft, QB Seems Likely For the Rams

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Rams Go QB In Kiper’s Latest Mock |  ESPN

In the ebb and flow of the media's NFL draft process, prospects will rise and fall at the drop of a hat. For the most recent evidence of those fluctuations, one need look no further than the Los Angeles Rams and the No. 15 overall pick.

Rams’ Plan of Attack for 2016 NFL Draft |  Draft Season

This read covers the Rams gains and losses of the 2016 NFL offseason, as well as what the team should do in three weeks, when they’re on the clock in the NFL Draft.

McShay: "Lynch’s Pro Day Watches What I Saw On Tape" |  ESPN

Todd McShay review Memphis QB Paxton Lynch’s pro day and discusses the habits he’ll need to work himself out of to excel at the next level by calling him a "developmental project."

Rams Among Teams Expected to Pick a QB In 2016 |  ESPN

NFL teams run the gamut when it comes to their needs at quarterback. NFL Nation reporters predict which teams will select a signal-caller, which teams are standing pat and which teams should possibly reconsider their strategy.

Coples Could Benefit From Scheme Change |  Inside SoCal

One of the more under-the-radar moves this offseason was the Rams signing former first-round pick Quinton Coples, who spent most of his first four seasons with the New York Jets before finishing last season with the Miami Dolphins.

For Fisher, Rams and Oilers Relocations Very Different |  Daily News X

The sense of deja vu isn’t lost on Jeff Fisher as he helps oversee the Rams move from St. Louis to Los Angeles. Fisher finds himself in the identical position he was back in 1996 – the head coach of a football team closing shop in one city and starting a new future in another.

Rams Showing Interest In German WR Moritz Boehringer |  Inside SoCal


Rams were 24th In Football Outsiders’ 2015 Health Rankings |  ESPN

For those who watched the Los Angeles (then St. Louis) Rams in 2015, there's no doubt that injuries hit them fast and hard over the course of the season.