Los Angeles Rams veterans and rookies took the field for their first organized team activity of the 2017 offseason.
The Los Angeles Rams' offseason, in many ways, has been about providing Jared Goff with a new, better -- they hope -- supporting cast.
The Rams were solid to “okay” on defense but Wade Phillips has improved the D everywhere he’s been.
A few things old, a few things new, nothing borrowed and a lot of blue. The Rams opened the final stage of their summer workouts Monday amid a bevy of changes.
Rams Sign Two Undrafted Interior Linemen | The Rams
The Rams beef up the rookie group with two huge defensive interior linemen.
Rams look to extend Trumaine | Ventura County Star
The Rams are now looking to extend cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
"We wanted to get thru OTAs... We'll not take a summer vacation and try to get that done." -Snead on possible Tru Johnson extension— Joe Curley (@vcsjoecurley) May 22, 2017
Mo Alexander is dealing with perhaps an ab injury. Rams will be thinner than anticipated in back end of defense.
Aaron Donald a no show at OTA’s due to contract | OC Register
The Rams gave Tavon big money after two terrible years (with three years of control left), imagine how much AD99 will get after 3 great years!
Jared Goff looks to rebound from a rocky rookie year. He’s stepping up in the leadership category as well.
Positive thoughts as the “we not me” era begins.
The NFL’s 2020 vision for Los Angeles is starting to look fuzzy.
The NFL is playing the long game on L.A., but it's taking a serious hit in the short term