The Los Angeles Rams freed up close to $16 million under the salary cap after parting ways with four key players late Thursday night.
The Rams addressed their two most pressing needs on Thursday, agreeing to terms with veteran left tackle Andrew Whitworth and former USC receiver Robert Woods, the team announced.
Rams Agree to Terms with LT Whitworth, WR Woods | L.A. Daily News
As the sun rose on the start of free agency Thursday, the Los Angeles Rams got busy. And in the process, made two big moves to address their glaring needs.
Rams to Sign QB Aaron Murray | Fan Rag Sports
According to an official statement released by his agent, SportsTrust Advisors, on Thursday morning, free agent quarterback Aaron Murray will now be heading to the Wes Coast. The perennial backup will be signing a contract to join the Los Angeles Rams so it appears.
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Robert Woods is coming back to Southern California, agreeing to terms Thursday with the Los Angeles Rams, who also picked up veteran left tackle Andrew Whitworth.
Rams Admit G-Rob a Mistake, Give Whitworth Huge Deal | Yahoo Sports
When the Los Angeles Rams drafted Greg Robinson with the No. 2 overall pick of the 2014 draft, he was supposed to be their left tackle for a long time. Instead, the Rams had to spend a small fortune to fix their left tackle problem.
Rams Sign Bills’ Free Agent Receiver Robert Woods | Buffalo Rumblings
ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting former Buffalo Bills receiver Robert Woods will sign a five-year, $39 million deal with the Los Angeles Rams when free agency opens later today.
This one could sting for a long time. Left tackle Andrew Whitworth was expected to play his entire career in Cincinnati. On the opening day of free agency, he's on his way to Los Angeles to sign with the Rams.
Recapping Free Agency’s Signings, Cuts, and Trades | Sports Illustrated
SI writers weighed in with their takes on each big move as it happened.