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Random Ramsdom 2/28: Rams “Expected” To Tag Trumaine Johnson...But What Are the Rest of Their Plans?

The Rams are expected to chug along

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LA Rams “Expected” to Tag Trumaine Johnson | Turf Show Times

A year after letting Janoris Jenkins walk, the Rams may have to pay “YUUUGGGE” to keep Trumaine Johnson

What are the Rams’ Free Agency Plans? (VIDEO) | NFL Network

NFL Network’s Steve Wyche joins “Up To The Minute” and discusses the Los Angeles Rams’ plans in free agency to help out Jared Goff.

Bears Not Expected to Tag Alshon | Fansided

The Bears are expected to let Alshon Jeffrey hit the free agent market

Rams Should Focus on OL, Secondary, WR | ESPN

The Rams have a lot of needs at offensive line, the secondary, and wide receiver.... which means they’ll draft a running back probably

Rams to let Bam Bam Walk? | Fansided

Is it time to let Benny Cunningham Jr. find a new home?

Rams and Kenny Stills | Fansided

The Rams need help at WR, should they consider the Miami Dolphin, Kenny Stills?

Rams Need a Starter at Backup QB | Cover 32 Rams

For better and for worse, the Los Angeles Rams will find out what they have in Jared Goff.

Should the Rams Consider Signing Matt Cassel as Backup? | Ramblin Fan

Providing Jared Goff with a veteran backup like Matt Cassel could be a wise move for the Los Angeles Rams in free agency.

Rams Shouldn’t Worry About 1st Round Pick With Deep Prospect Class | Rams Wire

While the Los Angeles Rams do not have a pick in the first round due to the Jared Goff trade, this is an incredibly deep prospects class.

Meet the Staff: Shane Waldron (VIDEO) | Rams’ Official Site

Get to know new Rams tight ends coach Shane Waldron as he sits down for an exclusive one on one interview with Rams Insider Myles Simmons.

Coming From Washington, Waldron to Coach Rams’ TE’s | Rams’ Official Site

New tight ends coach Shane Waldron is no stranger to working with head coach Sean McVay. As Washington’s offensive quality control coach in 2016, Waldron had an up close and personal look at how McVay goes about his business as an offensive coordinator.