Slow news day, folks. If custom hardhats get you fired up, then we’ve got some sizzling links for you!
Rams get a tour of new Inglewood stadium construction site | Rams Official Site
Sean McVay canceled the final day of mandatory mini-camp and took the players on a field trip to the new stadium construction site. Custom hardhats and safety vests were donned, hilarity ensued.
In addition to stalking the ground with his German shepherd like a Mr. Byrnes / Dr. Evil hybrid, the Rams owner spoke to the troops.
Despite Impressive 2017, Gurley Still Looking To Improve | Rams Official Site
Can the Offensive Player of the Year build on his breakout season? JTG thinks he can.
5 Things We Learned from Rams mini-camp | RamsWire
Cam DaSilva’s take on some takeaways from mini-camp. Hot take: we haven’t paid the man yet.
In the “recurring theme” department, Wade Phillips provides some insight into how he’ll manage the Rams new “strong personalities” this season. Hint: Not his first rodeo.
Coach McVay partners with United Way of Greater Los Angeles | Rams’ Official Site
On Friday, June 8th, United Way of Greater Los Angeles and The Los Angeles Rams joined forces for an exclusive event, “Innovation & Collaboration to Drive Competitive Greatness,” showcasing a conversation with Los Angeles Rams Head Coach and 2017 NFL Coach of the Year, Sean McVay, as well as the host for NFL Network and DIRECTV’S RedZone Channel, Andrew Siciliano.
Snead may emerge as the biggest story this offseason | Ramblin Fan
Los Angeles Rams General Manager Les Snead seemed to have one job to do this offseason. Instead, Aaron Donald and a few other players sit on deck, waiting for something to happen. Can fans trust this guy can get any of this done?
Kellen Winslow arrested on rape charges | Yahoo! Sports
In the “sad story” file, former NFL TE Kellen Winslow is arrested on rape charges on the same day he was in court for an unrelated burglary charge. As the Rams wrap mini-camp and prepare for the summer, we’re all hoping they stay out of trouble (and the hell away from dudes like Kellen Winslow).
He didn’t make much of an impact on the field, and a tragic car accident robbed him of one of his legs, but former Ram Isiah Pead is growing as a person in his life after football.