Rams Create Cap Space as Free Agency Continues | L.A. Times
Parting ways with four players leaves the Rams with about $17 million in cap space.
Whitworth to Anchor Rams New-Look Offensive Line | O.C. Register
The Rams’ offensive line seemed to be in constant flux last season, and not in a positive way. Coach Sean McVay hopes that further changes in March will create stability in the fall.
Whitworth Signing Should Be a Boon for Gurley | Pro Football Focus
The Rams signed the ex-Bengal lineman. Jeff Ratcliffe explains how that should help the Los Angeles running back.
Whitworth Brings Consistency, Leadership to O-Line | Rams’ Official Site
Every good offense needs a solid left tackle. By bringing in former Bengal Andrew Whitworth, the Rams expect to have stabilized one of the most important positions on the field.
Woods Comes Home to Play with Rams | Rams’ Official Site
It’s always nice to come home again. That’s just what wide receiver Robert Woods has done by signing a five-year deal with the Rams — and in more ways than one.
The Los Angeles Rams burned the candle at both ends Thursday, the first day free agents could sign contracts with other teams. It began with them addressing two of their most pressing needs through free agency a couple of hours after sunrise, and it ended with them cutting ties with four key veteran players a couple of hours before midnight.
The Los Angeles Rams entered the first full day of the new league year with upwards of $20 million in salary-cap space, but they navigated a complex path to get there.
Former Rams defensive end William Hayes, traded Thursday night to the Miami Dolphins, posted a video to his Instagram account on Friday saying he got dealt “for a stapler and a coffee machine.”
Tre Mason Released by Rams | SB Nation
Running back Tre Mason, who was drafted in the third round in the 2014 NFL draft by the then-St. Louis Rams, was released today by the Los Angeles Rams, according to ESPN’s Alden Gonzalez.
Gurley Seems Very Happy with Whitworth Signing | Rams Wire
The Los Angeles Rams signed one of the best offensive linemen in the league: Andrew Whitworth. Running back Todd Gurley seems thrilled.
Recapping Rams Early Free Agency Moves | Cover 32 Rams
With a new coaching staff calling the shots, the Rams did not hesitate to jump into the free agency frenzy early.