10 observations from OTA No. 5 | Rams’ official site
Team insider Myles Simmons shares his 10 observations from Los Angeles’ fifth OTA practice of the offseason program.
NFL’s Great Expectations 2018 | MMQB
MMQB’s Albert Breer covers 10 Teams, Coaches and Players (Plus a Broadcaster) to Watch, plus a whole lot more, to include expectations for the Rams in 2018.
Suh likes practice and it’s benefits | LA Times
Proven performance earns some privileges. In a nod to a new star player’s offseason regimen, Rams coach Sean McVay afforded defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh plenty of leeway when voluntary workouts began last month.
Littleton gets first opportunity at middle linebacker | Rams’ official site
When the Rams traded Alec Ogletree to the Giants at the start of the 2018 league year, it raised one significant question: Who will replace Ogletree at middle linebacker?
As Rams progress through OTA’s, linebacker is of keen interest | OC Register
The irony wasn’t lost on Cory Littleton who, upon returning from the stress-free offseason he carved out for himself focusing entirely on family and friends and as little as possible on football, reported to OTA’s a couple weeks ago to find a Rams linebacker room that looked decidedly different than the one that ended last season.
Breaking down the new-look Rams | Sporting News
The Los Angeles Rams’ response to a long-awaited breakthrough season in 2017 has been a Hollywood marquee-worthy 2018 offseason.
Talib, Peters think McVay’s offense is “crazy” | CBS Sports
The Rams’ new corners are excited about how much better McVay’s offense can make their defense.
Rams’ four most critical games in 2018 | Ramblin Fan
The Los Angeles Rams have a brutal schedule in 2018. In fact, it features maybe seven different opponents who could be playoff teams before all is said and done. Here are four games that could shape the season in LA.
LA Coliseum ranked 5th worst stadium in the NFL | Rams Wire
The Los Angeles Rams are just two years away from playing their home games in a brand new stadium located in Inglewood. It’s expected to be one of the most spectacular venues in the NFL, housing both the Rams and Chargers, as well as the headquarters for NFL Network.