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The NFL Draft helped the Rams fill some needs.

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Post Draft Concerns | ESPN

After the draft, it’ll be imperative for the Rams to get Goff comfortable with his new coaches.

Troy Hill suspended for 2 games | ESPN

A day after being named as a reason for not drafting a secondary player, Rams cornerback Troy Hill is levied a two game suspension for his DUI arrest last season.

Rams have reasons for not addressing offensive line | ESPN

Despite what was perceived a need, the Rams didn’t address the offensive line as the new staff believes they can mold the talent in house.

Wade Phillips Discusses Difficult Broncos Departure | Denver Post

Wade Phillips never really got his proper Broncos goodbye. Caught between Gary Kubiak’s surprise retirement announcement and the hiring of former Phillips assistant Vance Joseph as the Broncos’ head coach, Phillips was suddenly on the market looking for a new defensive coordinator’s job.

Rams Beef Up at Receiver, But How Do They Fit? | ESPN

Biggest post-draft questions still to be answered by the Los Angeles Rams: how do the new receivers fit?

Rams earn middling grades for draft | St. Louis Post Dispatch

The Rams draft was not well appreciated by the media folks around the country. While it’s good reading material, no class can be truly judged immediately.

Rams WR Coach Yarber talks Reynolds/Kupp | The Rams

The Rams draft two new but different receivers. Both are expected to contribute sooner rather than later.

Now off the clock, the Rams must begin work | Fansided

With the picks in tow, the Rams must improve from within with who they have.

Steve Smith Calls Kupp the No. 1 Wide Receiver in the Draft | Rams Wire

Steve Smith Sr., now an analyst for NFL Network, says that Los Angeles Rams rookie wideout Cooper Kupp was the best receiver in the draft.

Tim Barnes Signs with the San Francisco 49ers | Rams Wire

Tim Barnes, who was the starting center for the Los Angeles Rams last season, was signed by the San Francisco 49ers on Monday morning.