From the start of 1990 to the end of 2016, 23 teams did what the 2017 Los Angeles Rams just pulled off, improving by seven or more wins from one season to the next.
#SeniorBowl: #Rams pounded the formal interview process with prospects this week. 8-10 personnel/coaching staffers in interviews, to the point there weren’t enough chairs at times. Long interviews, too. No other #NFL team staffed the interviews that intensely.— Charles Robinson (@CharlesRobinson) January 25, 2018
Rams special teams well represented at the Pro Bowl | Rams’ Official Site
Thursday and Friday were special days of sorts for the Rams in attendance at the 2018 Pro Bowl.
Gurley named PFF comeback player of the year | Rams’ Official Site
The Comeback Player of the Year award is normally reserved for a player who missed the majority of the previous season due to injury, only to perform in an impressive fashion once they return.
Which Rams’ players attended the Senior Bowl? | Rams’ Official Site
For the Rams, the Senior Bowl has always been very important to the franchise — used to scout the top talent entering the Draft, as well as to discover several underrated players who may have gone unnoticed otherwise.
It proved to be an eye-opening week in Mobile. The senior class put some quality talent on display, but not everyone was at their best. Here’s a look at what stood out during the practice sessions at Ladd-Peebles Stadium.
10 thoughts from the Senior Bowl | Chicago Tribune
10 thoughts after spending Tuesday and Wednesday watching the North and South teams practice at the Senior Bowl.
15 prospects who made money this week | SportsDay Dallas News
Dane Brugler highlights 15 future NFL-ers who stood out at the Senior Bowl this week.
Let’s take a look at five players you should keep an eye on come Saturday
(WATCH) Matt Miller’s Biggest Winners, Losers from Senior Bowl Week | Bleacher Report
Which players saw their NFL draft stock shoot up? Which stars underwhelmed on the field in Alabama? Watch above as Bleacher Report NFL draft expert Matt Miller breaks down the biggest winners and losers from the Senior Bowl practices.
The most versatile players we saw at the Senior Bowl | Pro Football Weekly
From offensive weapons to rangy cover men to five-position blockers, these players’ versatility stood out
Bill O’Brien smiled when asked about Shaquem Griffin because ... well, that’s what Griffin makes you do.