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Random Ramsdom: Los Angeles Rams news and notes for May 29

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Everything you need to know about the LA Rams coming out of the holiday weekend

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This offseason, Goff is comfortable and in full command | ESPN

A year after Goff first practiced under coach Sean McVay, the Los Angeles Rams quarterback appeared at ease directing the offense as the Rams opened the latest phase of their offseason program.

Peterson highlights ‘St. Louis’ Rams with Todd Gurley as potential fit | Bleacher Report

Adrian Peterson wants to continue his career in St. Louis. Hopefully, he has a time machine.

Continuity has Rams offensive linemen picking up where they left off | Pro Football Talk

The Rams have stability for the first time in a long time. They are not changing cities, training facilities, stadiums, General Managers or head coaches.

Flying under the radar pushes Robey-Coleman to be his best | Rams’ official site

While the attention has undoubtedly been centered on the two corners who will be monitoring the field’s perimeter next season, another cornerback on the Rams roster is relishing his chance to fly under the radar.

Everett ranked among best rookie TE’s last season | Rams Wire

Sean McVay spent seven years with the Washington Redskins before being hired as the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams. During his time in D.C., he had the chance to coach the likes of Chris Cooley, Jordan Reed and Vernon Davis.

Rams should consider signing former Chargers’ safety | LA Sports Hub

Tre Boston had a great season for the Los Angeles Chargers last year and remains unsigned. To add secondary depth, the LA Rams should take a look at Boston.

The biggest question for all 32 NFL teams | CBS Sports

Is Patrick Mahomes ready for the big stage? Will the Chargers quit losing close games? Let’s look at each team’s big question

Top 100, Nos. 41-50: Deshaun Watson makes his mark | NFL Network

NFL Network’s Top 100 countdown continues. No Rams make the group, but there’s still plenty of room to land as we’ve just entered the top half of their rankings.