Rams Cut Ayers, Keep Seven Wide Receivers | ESPN
The Los Angeles Rams cut 20 players on Saturday, trimming their roster to the NFL-mandated 53 players. Here’s a closer look at the final cuts
Rams Sign Seven To Practice Squad | Rams’ Official Site
The Rams can sign up to 10 players to their regular season practice squad. Here’s who they’ve added thus far...
The #Rams have added seven players to their practice squad. pic.twitter.com/6L2a6NbzcO— Myles Simmons (@MylesASimmons) September 4, 2016
Goff Might Not Be Ready, But Doesn’t Mean Rams Didn’t Make Progress | O.C. Register
With the preseason now in the books, here is what we learned about the Rams after Thursday’s preseason finale.
Ayers Among Rams’ Final Cuts | L.A. Daily News
Veteran players are not immune to the NFL’s cut-day drama, as the Rams showed Saturday afternoon with linebacker Akeem Ayers.
Ranking NFL Teams by Age After Cuts to 53 | Philly Voice
As of roughly 9:15 p.m. on cut-down day, when we finished collecting data from all 32 NFL team website rosters, the Los Angeles Rams had the youngest team in the NFL.
Will the Rams Regret Keeping Quick? | Ramblin Fan
In a surprise move, the Los Angeles Rams decided to keep wide receiver Brian Quick on board for the 2016 season.
Chip Kelly: Blaine Gabbert will start vs the Rams on @ESPNMondayNight.— San Francisco 49ers (@49ers) September 3, 2016
Prisco’s All-Cut Team | CBS Sports
Back in the day, the NFL cuts to 53 would produce a nice roster of guys released.
10 Make or Break Players for 2016 | Yahoo! Sports
Here are 10 players at various stages of their careers who are entering a prove-it season for their respective teams