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The Rams are going to lean on a bunch of younger players to fill the linebacker depth.

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Littleton gets first opportunity at middle linebacker | The Rams

The Los Angeles Rams team-voted “2016 Rookie of the Year” Cory Littleton will get the first crack at middle linebacker.

Takeaways from OTA No. 5 | The Rams

Team insider Myles Simmons shares his top 10 observations from the sixth OTA practice of the Rams’ offseason program.

New Rams players praise McVay | NFL

The big Rams additions like Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib give the young coach credit for “crazy” offense.

Donald is key to the Rams’ grand plans — so pay the man | NFL

Aaron Donald should reset the market for interior pass rushers. In fact, there’s a strong case to be made that he should become the highest-paid defensive player in the NFL.

Rams steal the show in NFC West offseason grade | CBS Sports

Rams are praised for making trades for Brandin Cooks, Talib, Peters while maximizing their draft capital.

Dickerson on the haters: “You can’t listen to that” | LA Daily News

NFL Hall of Famer Eric Dickerson spoke to 300 eighth-graders from Northridge Middle School Thursday on the importance of perseverance in the face of nay-sayers.

Rams might signal a new way of doing business | Ramblin Fan

As the ‘Patriot Way” looks to be on the wane, the Los Angeles Rams look to be the best team to replace how an NFL franchise does business.

Cooks: Cooper Kupp is “one of the smartest players I’ve been around” | Rams Wire

The Los Angeles Rams completely revamped their wide receiver room last offseason after a disastrous 2016 season on offense. They signed Robert Woods, drafted Cooper Kupp and traded for Sammy Watkins, giving Jared Goff the necessary weapons to succeed as a young quarterback.

Why the Rams will win Super Bowl LIII | SI Kids

While much could change between now and NFL Opening Day, one team already stands out as Super Bowl favorite: the Los Angeles Rams.