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Rams Players speak after the disappointing season.

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Straight from the players:

Jamon Brown

Rams guard Jamon Brown wants to see the offensive line and Todd Gurley get on the same page. "A lot of times you could see where it just seemed like we were on different pages. I don't know if that's being coached differently. How it's being conveyed in each room, we don't know. The big thing is we have to get back on the same page, because when we're on the same page, we're pretty damn good."

Aaron Donald

Rams DT Aaron Donald said he will take two weeks off this offseason. Normally it's just one, but, "I'm a little banged up right now." Does he still think there's enough talent in the locker room? "We have a lot of talent," Donald said. "The talent we've got, we shouldn't be where we're at as far as record-wise, the way we've been losing. But certain things happened. You have to get through certain things to get to where you want to go."

Greg Robinson

Rams LT Greg Robinson, on moving to G: "It's not really something that I'm just going to accept, because I'm used to playing tackle. It would be hard to adjust. But if I have to adjust, that will be something that I will do." Robinson nonetheless believes he got better this year, more technically sound. "I'm excited about getting better," he said. "Whoever comes in, I just hope they push me. I'm willing to step up and better myself."

Robert Quinn

Rams DE Robert Quinn (concussion) finished the year on IR and has now made just 15 starts the last two years. This will be a normal offseason for him, however. Asked if he felt like himself earlier this year, before injuries, Quinn said: "I felt like I was getting there, getting back in the groove of things. Football just kind of put its magic wand on me again and said, 'Slow down.' I don't try to let that put fear in me to think I can't get back to my old self."

TJ McDonald

Rams safety TJ McDonald, a pending free agent, was asked if he believes this team can eventually win consistently. "A lot of things need to change."

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