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Random Ramsdom 3/9: Will the Los Angeles Rams Get Involved in the Free Agency Frenzy on Thursday?

Many NFL free agents have already found new homes. When will the Rams get in on the action?

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Trade “Rumors” Surrounding Johnson Don’t Add Up | CBS Sports

Trumaine Johnson is not a shut-down corner, yet he is set to be highest paid defensive back in the NFL for 2017

How Will the Rams Approach Free Agency? | Rams’ Official Site

How will the Rams approach free agency this year? Last week at the NFL Combine, general manager Les Snead detailed the organization’s usual methodology when it comes to offseason talent acquisition.

Photos: Top 2017 Available Free Agents | Rams’ Official Site

It’s literally just pictures of players in free agency. Pretty exciting stuff

Rams’ WR Options in Free Agency Take a Hit | End Zone Score

While free agency still has not technically begun. Many teams have maximized upon the legal tampering period and made additions to their team. As a result, the Los Angeles Rams have less options to choose from that can improve their team.

The Rams Never Could’ve Afforded Garcon in Free Agency | Rams Wire

While he was rumored to the Los Angeles Rams because of his connection to Sean McVay, Pierre Garcon will sign with the San Francisco 49ers.

Rams Draft Preview: Wide Receivers | Cover 32 Rams

Currently, the Los Angeles Rams hold the 37th overall selection in the draft, which will come in the second round. If they choose to use it on a receiver, they will likely have a talented bunch to pick from.

Sean McVay Can’t Be On-Field CEO | Cover 32 Rams

As if Rams head coach Sean McVay didn’t have enough going on, the first year head coach will be “hands on” with the offense, and he needs to be. McVay will call plays on offense, guiding and owning what happens on the field and with his second year quarterback.

New Rams’ Stadium Will Be Breathable Beyond Belief | Architects Newspaper

There are a few holes in HKS’s stadium design for the Los Angeles Rams. In fact, there are 20 million. By numbers HKS has gone big: The $2.66 billion, 70,000-seater-stadium will use more than 36,000 panels of which will have 20 million perforations punched into them.

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