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Random Ramsdom 6/12: Shadow of Aaron Donald holdout hangs over minicamp

Will they / won’t they #PayTheMan

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Rams To Conclude 2018 Offseason Program with Mandatory Minicamp | The Rams

These are the final training sessions before the beginning of Training Camp late next month. The stated goal is to have a competitive environment while keeping players healthy. The more offseason injuries we can avoid, the better.

Aaron Donald’s status will be a hot topic at Rams minicamp this week | ESPN

Aaron Donald has been a hot topic since he was drafted in 2014, but now, drama surrounding how long Aaron Donald will hold out and the shift from “will” to “if” a contract will materialize is shading any OTA / Offseason conversation about the Rams.

NFL’s 10 most talented teams: Eagles, Jaguars lead the way | NFL

Based on the strength of the offseason moves made Les Snead adding to the already strong roster that went 11-5 last season, the Rams are at number 3 on this list.

Photos: Behind the Scenes at Rams Media Day | The Rams

Some great pictures from media day. The Rams roster lookin’ fly in in those throwbacks.

Even with big names around him on the Rams DL, don’t overlook Michael Brockers | ESPN

All the talk about the Rams defensive line recently has centered around two very big men: Aaron Donald with the will they / won’t they #PayTheMan drama, and Ndamukong Suh who is... well, Ndamukong Suh. Lost in the shuffle is Michael Brockers, but don’t sleep on #90.

Temarrick Hemingway is back from his injury and looking to make an impact | Rams Wire

Hemingway was injured before he could make an impact last season, now he’s back and looking to find his place in a Tight End room that includes Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett.

The Biggest Standout of Every NFL Team’s Offseason so Far | Bleacher Report

Gerald Everett makes this list for the Rams as he looks to improve on his already impressive performance as a back up to Tyler Higbee last season.

What If the Los Angeles Rams Had Never Interviewed Sean Mcvay for Their Head Coaching Job? | Turf Show Times

This one is from our very own 3k, on this very website you’re reading right now! While I definitely prefer not to think about what would have been had we not started our love affair with McBae, this piece is definitely worth a read.