Rams welcome back franchise greats for legends weekend | Rams’ official site
In what’s becoming an annual event, the Rams welcomed back many of the great players in franchise history for legends weekend. The many former Rams — who played for the team in either of its locations — were at the team facility to observe the workouts and sit in on meetings.
PHOTOS: Rams’ legends visit practice during reunion weekend | Rams’ official site
Check out the best photos of Rams’ legends visiting practice during reunion weekend.
Three Rams make Top 25 under 25 list | CBS Sports
Three Rams’ youngsters drop in on CBS Sports’ top 25 under 25 list (one lands at No. 1). And no, Aaron Donald isn’t one of them.
PFF’s Top 25 under 25 list for 2018 | Pro Football Focus
Same exercise, different outlet. This time, the top ranking Rams’ player comes in at No. 12...actually, PFF has only one Ram making their list.
QB tiers: From franchise guys to just guys | CBS Sports
It’s time to revisit our tiers from last season to see what we got right and wrong
SJAX declares he’s the greatest Rams’ RB of all time | LA Times
As the reigning NFL offensive player of the year, Todd Gurley is the latest in a long line of outstanding Rams running backs.
After winning Campbell trophy, Kiser ready for challenge of NFL | Rams’ official site
Rams rookie linebacker Micah Kiser is best known on the field for leading the ACC in tackles three years in a row. It’s a feat previously accomplished by now Panthers All-Pro linebacker Luke Kuechly.
NFL Insiders predict Gurley as MVP, Rams as most improved team | Rams’ official site
This offseason, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here’s a look at what’s out there for Friday, May 18th about your Los Angeles Rams
Three questions surrounding Goff in 2018 | Ramblin Fan
ne unknown still to be answered, is how much improved will Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff be in 2018?
As usual, Rams are waiting to sign their draft picks | Pro Football Talk
At a time when more than two-thirds of the 2018 NFL draft class has signed, the Rams still haven’t signed a draft pick. That’s by design.
Gurley learns about the future of protein at vegan Beyond Meat HQ | Live Kindly
Los Angeles Rams running back Todd Gurley paid a visit to El Segundo based Beyond Meat headquarters earlier this week. The vegan protein company is revolutionizing the meat industry with its burgers and sausages that look, cook, and taste like animal-based versions.
Rams’ rookie RB John Kelly believes he can play “any position” | Rams Wire
Even with reigning Offensive Player of the Year Todd Gurley on the roster, the Los Angeles Rams went out and drafted a running back in the sixth round. They didn’t select a player who will threaten Gurley’s job, of course, but John Kelly has a chance to perfectly complement his skill set and become a solid third-down back.
McElroy reflects on unlikely journey to the NFL | Rams’ official site
The majority of NFL players share a similar path to the league — high school football athlete, to college football prospect, and finally to professional football player.
Around the League
LaFleur’s role revitalizing Rams should encourage Titans | Titans online
The Titans’ new offensive coordinator presided over some huge offensive gains by a number of Rams players when he was in Los Angeles last season. Here’s a look at how that might relate to his work with the Titans’ receivers and quarterback.
Cardinals set to acquire CB Jamar Taylor from Browns | NFL Network
The Arizona Cardinals are making a move to bolster the pass defense. The Cardinals are in the process of finalizing a trade with the Cleveland Browns to acquire cornerback Jamar Taylor, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Arizona is sending Cleveland a 2020 sixth-round pick, Rapoport added.
Franchise player or cap hog? The wisdom of heavy QB spending | NFL Network
We keep calling the NFL a quarterback-driven league, based on the football world’s perception that the quarterback ultimately determines whether a team is a viable Super Bowl contender.
More information emerges regarding the new helmet rule | Pro Football Talk
Nearly two months after the NFL surprisingly passed a rule that, as written, broadly prohibits players from lowering their helmets to initiate contact, the eventual impact of the rule on the game remains to be seen. In part because the precise contours of the rule remain undefined.
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