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Random Ramsdom 2/15: The LA Rams get to business

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Robert Quinn’s contract becomes a narrative. And can we afford to keep Trumaine Johnson? We may not have answers, but we have links.

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Season ticket prices for Rams 2018 games will not increase | LA Times

For the second year in a row, the Los Angeles Rams will not ask more from their fans (well, at least financially). Read about COO Kevin Demoff’s letter to the season ticket holders.

Rams hold the line on season ticket prices | Pro Football Talk

In case you’re hitting a paywall for the LA Times site, here’s a summary of what Gary Klein wrote about the Rams’ announcement on Wednesday.

Rams positional outlook: offensive line | Rams official site

This is great read because it’s easy to just sit back and not worry about them next year. They were great last year! However, there are things that need to be addressed (hi C John Sullivan)!

Rams rumors: Robert Quinn may have to agree to a pay cut | Clutch Points

This is something we’ve been wondering about recently. Will the Rams try/succeed in restructuring LB Robert Quinn’s contract? It may involve a pay cut.

NFL free agency: who will get cut? | Sporting News

This is the original article that Clutch Points was responding to about Robert Quinn taking a pay cut. They highlight his 11.444 million cap hit as a reason why the 27 year-old OLB may have to hit the road if he doesn’t change his deal.

Trumaine Johnson wants to stay with Rams, but knows it’s a business | Rams Wire

Tru is quoted here from the LA Times piece from two days ago, but it just feels like he isn’t going to be here next year. I want to be positive about it, but it just feels like it’s not going to happen.

Here’s some video of CB Kayvon Webster right after surgery. Get better soon, Kayvon!

Cameron Lynch goes on fitness tour with Rams cheerleaders | Rams official site

Lynch and the cheerleaders visited our troops that are stationed in the Bahamas, Australia, Cuba, Curacao, Diego Garcia, El Salvador, Greenland, Honduras, and Singapore. There’s a lot of photos to check out on the site.

5 free agency questions going into the offseason | Ramblin’ Fan

They’re asking all of the right questions. Same questions we wondered last month and probably the same in another month from now. These questions will become a little more clear once the NFL draft hits. Which honestly, seems like forever from now.