Covering everything related to the 2018 Los Angeles Rams' offseason.
Will the two-game suspension for the Rams’ starting right guard open the door into Week 3 and beyond?
Set to be a starter in 2018, Longacre still has some skeptics to convert.
Once a Pro Bowl CB, Shields came out of retirement to return to the NFL. Will it be the storybook narrative Rams fans are hoping for?
In 2016, Wilson was given a golden opportunity and made the most of it. Last year though, he was supplanted in KC. Will he be able to make an impact with the Rams in 2018?
Now mixed into a strong WR depth chart, will Cooper be much more than a very good returner for the Rams
BTG catches up with DL Michael Brockers and QB Jared Goff as training camp nears...
Will Reynolds find more snaps on the field in 2018?
With the departure of Robert Quinn, will the second year pro from Eastern Washington take advantage of his opportunity?
The Rams hope they can mold rookie Noteboom into a future cornerstone of their offensive line.
Allen is the highest drafted center the Rams have taken since Alabama’s Barrett Jones in 2013. Will Allen’s NFL career last longer than Jones’?
Skateboard enthusiast John Kelly hopes to become the newest cog in Rams Head Coach Sean McVay’s offense.
The Rams are hoping the highly productive Virginia linebacker will help improve their run defense in the future
3k, seattlerams, Joey O and Misone get back into the podcast waters with WR Brandin Cooks inked through 2023 and training camp opening next week.
The Rams’ 2018 secondary is stacked. Will Hill be able to leave his mark?
Okoronkwo came to the NFL with much more hype than a typical fifth-round rookie. Can he contribute with significant snaps in his rookie season?
Smart was once billed as a potential backup for the LA Rams. Will the talent at the top and the depth fight prove too much for the second-year Ram?
Cooks taken care of, but who will be next?
Here’s what the Rams’ newly re-signed wideouthad to say to the media today.
Brown enters the 2018 season after being the main backup to Todd Gurley in 2017. Will rookie John Kelly challenge his spot on the depth chart?
The Rams have nailed down one of their potential 2019 free agents.
Will Littleton’s presence in the middle help Rams fans forget about their former leader of the defense in Alec Ogletree?
After two years in the bottom tier of the rankings, the Rams’ future now looks undeniably bright.
In the final year of his rookie deal, Hager will battle to play a more prominent role in the Rams linebacker unit.
The backup defensive ends rounds out one of the most impressive defensive line units in the entire league. What can he do after missing all of 2017?
After losing his sophomore season to injury, can Hemingway thrive in McVay’s offense?
Can Thomas fend off a cast of UDFA’s and retain his spot on the final 53?
Darrell Williams has been with the Rams since 2015. His time could likely be coming to an end this August.
The linebacker position has seen tremendous turnover. Can Price take advantage?
Ethan Westbrooks is one of the most secure non-starters around. Can he maintain that role throughout the 2018 season?
The Rams’ big men up front dropped a few spots in PFF’s latest OL rankings.
The size and experience of Cornelius Lucas give the Rams’ offensive line solid depth at left tackle.
Can the small school late-bloomer work his way into the Rams DE rotation?
Can the rookie offensive lineman make the transition to Guard and ultimately make the roster?
SJD comes to LA with experience and solid skills, but he needs to learn from the starters in order to play.
Versatility should keep the Rams’ backup center in LA for the second straight year
Tomorrow, the NFL will host the annual supplemental draft. While it is normally swept under the rug, there is solid talent this year. Should the Rams be interested?
I have never seen a team celebrate during a third game of the season the way the Rams are now. What goes around, comes back around.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) September 26, 2021
I have never seen a team celebrate during a third game of the season the way the Rams are now. What goes around, comes back around.
Colts Eric Fisher plays Knight in shining armor to official, Brian Neal, when Rams Kenny Young made contact with his hat. Oh no, Fisher was just trolling to make sure Young was penalized. pic.twitter.com/7kSVh0ndnU— Los Real Polyamorous Tantric Sex Guru (@LosRealAli) September 19, 2021
Colts Eric Fisher plays Knight in shining armor to official, Brian Neal, when Rams Kenny Young made contact with his hat. Oh no, Fisher was just trolling to make sure Young was penalized. pic.twitter.com/7kSVh0ndnU
Sean McVay and Matthew Stafford were all systems go in Week 1. Here, @MattBowen41 dissects their PA bootleg shot scheme, illustrating how their vertical combo route concepts create a breach in coverage.#NFL | #RamsHouse pic.twitter.com/1IlPJ5SsQN— NFL Matchup on ESPN (@NFLMatchup) September 18, 2021
Sean McVay and Matthew Stafford were all systems go in Week 1. Here, @MattBowen41 dissects their PA bootleg shot scheme, illustrating how their vertical combo route concepts create a breach in coverage.#NFL | #RamsHouse pic.twitter.com/1IlPJ5SsQN
Rams picks (after trading 121 and 209): 130, 141, 170, 249, 252— Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) May 1, 2021
Rams picks (after trading 121 and 209): 130, 141, 170, 249, 252