Suh, Peters, Talib, and Cooks look like super additions in camp | LA Times
This is promising to see, but given that these guys are legit NFL stars, it’s not a shock to learn that DT Ndamukong Suh, CB Marcus Peters, CB Aqib Talib, and WR Brandin Cooks are looking sharp at minicamp.
LA Rams wrap up minicamp led by strong personalities | FOX Sports
This is going to be an easy story for NFL reporters to cover in the upcoming months. Expect to hear the word “swagger” thrown around in both a negative and positive context. There’s also a encouraging quote from Wade Phillips about the Aaron Donald contract drama.
Why TE will be the most important position for the Rams in 2018 | Rams Wire
Sure, if you remove the linebacker position from the roster, then yes. Totally agree.
4 reasons LA is the next NFL juggernaut | Ramblin’ Fan
There’s a lot of shade thrown at the New England Patriots in this article, which is probably a bit premature to grin at their demise, but hey, it’s June — what else are we going to do?
Fassel: Zuerlein likely to be full speed for training camp | Rams official site
This is great news to hear, since K Greg Zuerlein has been dealing with back issues, which is a whole boat full of unknowns; so let’s trust in Coach Bones that Legatron is feelin’ good.
Sean McVay cancels practice and takes the team to Inglewood | Rams Wire
This is a cool thing for McVay and the front office to do, since it feels like the team has been stuck in Thousand Oaks, CA for so long, which is NOT a great representation of what Los Angeles is.
Jared Goff is focusing on command of offense | Rams official site
The development of QB Jared Goff is the most important storyline for the Los Angeles Rams going into the 2018 season. Don’t believe anything else those jerks out there are telling you.
What would the NFL look like without a salary cap? | Yardbarker
This is an interesting look into the numbers that make up a team’s salary, while exploring what would happen if the NFL took a page from Major League Baseball and ditched their salary cap. Spoiler: don’t hold your breath.
Samson Ebukam will ‘certainly’ be starting OLB for the Rams in 2018 | Rams Wire
Cameron DaSilva is penciling last year‘s 4th round pick Samson Ebukam as the starting OLB for the LA Rams, playing opposite OLB Matt Longacre. This is something we’ve been talking about on Turf Show Radio recently and I’m cool with this idea.
Jared Goff addresses the media | Rams-News