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Random Ramsdom 2/13: Goff’s Ceiling, G-Rob's Role, and DJAX vs. Garçon

Will Kenny Britt be a Ram in 2017, or will Sean McVay turn to a former Redskin for help at WR?

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First Day on the Job for Coaching Staff (VIDEO) | Rams’ Official Site

Get a look at the Rams new coaching staff as they arrive for their first day of work.

Rams New Staff Thinks Ceiling is "Really High" for Jared Goff | ESPN

Greg Olson ran the Oakland Raiders' offense while Jared Goff navigated through his freshman and sophomore seasons at Cal, their stadiums only 12 miles apart. Olson studied Goff closely then, from 2013 to '14. He saw talent and promise.

Five Reasons DJAX to the Rams Makes Sense | Fox Sports

With DeSean Jackson hitting free agency, could the wideout end up joining the Los Angeles Rams for the 2017 season?

League’s Best WR’s For Each Type of Route | Pro Football Focus

Kenny Britt was incredibly efficient on crossing routes. He caught 15-17 targets for 224 yards, 2 touchdowns and a 158 WR rating

Why the Rams Cannot Afford to Lose Trumaine Johnson | iSportsWeb

Out of all of the impending free agents the Los Angeles Rams have, the most important one is corner Trumaine Johnson.

McVay, Rams Wise Not to Give up on G-Rob Yet | Ramblin Fan

The Los Angeles Rams have plenty to think about heading into the offseason when it comes to areas in need of improvement, especially on the offensive line.

McVay Says G-Rob Will Be "Big Part" for Rams, But What Position? |

After three seasons as the left offensive tackle for the Rams, will Greg Robinson still be there when Los Angeles opens the 2017 NFL season?

Was Goff the Wrong QB for the Rams? | End Zone Score

A year ago, things were very different for the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams were concocting a plan to go and retrieve a franchise quarterback. A year and numerous draft picks later, the Rams have their man, but is it the right one?

How Much Can Rams/Chargers Make in New Stadium? | L.A. Times

The Rams and Chargers came to Los Angeles for one simple reason: money.

More specifically, the financial benefits from moving to the nation’s second-largest market and into a cutting-edge $2.66-billion stadium