Well, it’s June 5. I’m sure nobody is paying attention to the NFL today!
Well on the field, it’s more organized team activities today for the Los Angeles Rams.
The big news yesterday was the attendance of former Rams WR Torry Holt at practice:
Let’s not overstate things here. Holt, a potential Hall of Famer, was a wonderful player. That doesn’t necessarily mean he’d be a good coach. Still, no harm, no foul. Bringing in legends can’t really do anything all that disruptive especially during OTAs. What will be interesting is if he’s around next week. Last year, he attended OTAs but joined the Arizona Cardinals’ coaching staff for minicamp. Reactions to that one were varied, but it certainly doesn’t give Rams fans the warm fuzzies to see him with a division rival in any capacity.
As for yesterday, nothing really to report. No injuries. Rams Head Coach Sean McVay didn’t have a ton of substance at his post-practice presser.
And really, isn’t that what we want from OTAs? Boring position drills and getting guys into football fitness for camp without anything to report?