Suh sees potential dominance in LA Rams | Washington Post
Ndamukong Suh had his pick of teams when the Miami Dolphins released him last month. The dominating defensive lineman chose the Los Angeles Rams, who have suddenly become a desirable destination.
Suh: “I wanted to prove myself” on one year deal | NFL Network
After a five-year rookie contract in Detroit and a six-year mega deal in Miami, Ndamukong Suh will shift gears with his next contract, signing just a one-year pact with the Los Angeles Rams on Friday.
Suh will play nose tackle in base defense | Pro Football Talk
Ndamukong Suh has never played the nose in a 3-4 defense, but Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips expects Suh to adapt just fine.
Signing Suh confirms Rams’ status as destination team | OC Register
Disneyland. Hollywood. Miles of sunny beaches. To the list of Southern California attractions, add a cluster of temporary modular buildings tucked into the quiet suburbs of Ventura County.
The suit worn by Ndamukong Suh was a flashy, plaid ensemble that made Rams coach Sean McVay sit up and take notice. But throughout Suh’s introductory news conference on Friday, the team’s newest star defensive lineman came off as low-key if not determined.
The Los Angeles Rams didn’t have a draft pick in the first round last year, don’t have a pick in the first two rounds this year and won’t have a pick in the second round next year. They don’t have any money left under the salary cap this offseason, but they do have 15 players -- seven of them current starters -- set to become unrestricted free agents next offseason.
Why the Rams are going for it now | Deadspin
The Los Angeles Rams have been rather aggressive this offseason. By signing Ndamukong Suh and making several trades—the latest being Tuesday’s big deal with the Patriots for wideout Brandin Cooks—the Rams have made significant upgrades to a roster that won 11 games and an NFC West title last season. They’re all in.
LA Rams: Too good to be true? | WBLZ Media
Are the Los Angeles Rams too good to be true? They have clearly won the NFL offseason with good trades and large free agent signings such as Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, and Ndamukong Suh.
Rams release cornerback Webster | Rams’ Official Site
The Rams have made another roster move prior to the start of the offseason program, releasing cornerback Kayvon Webster with a failed physical designation.
AD99 explains use of knives in recent workout | CBS Sports
One of the craziest videos that came out on April Fool’s Day wasn’t actually an April Fool’s, even though it looked like it could have been.
NFC targets per route | Pro Football Focus
In (fantasy) football, opportunity is king. You want a pass-catcher who is getting targeted. The quick-and-dirty way to determine that is simple raw target numbers.
Stars can come from any round in the draft, but more times than not, they are going to be the more heralded players in a draft class. However, building a championship-caliber roster also requires late-round draft picks (or even undrafted free agents) to play well beyond their expected level of output.