The value of Havenstein I Rams Wire
Among the slew of extensions that the Los Angeles Rams handed out prior to last season, Rob Havenstein’s deal is quietly shaping up as one of the best value moves made during that flurry. Havenstein’s improvement has been steady and Pro Football Focus ranks him as the highest graded run blocker in the entire league.
According to Andrew Whitworth, ships weren’t built to sit in harbors, and the SS Whitworth plans to set sail for at least one more season in L.A. This news is the definition of relief, as the Rams look to maintain one the league’s top offensive lines, and also give last year’s rookie Joseph Noteboom another year to develop his strength and technique before being tapped to start.
It’s that time of year. Les Snead and friends have descended upon the Lucas Oil Field in Indianapolis for the NFL combine, where the groundwork can be laid for whatever else is to come between now and training camp.
Will Suh be back? Suh will see. I Pro Football Talk
Ndamukong Suh commented on his possible future with the Rams…and uh, “we’ll see.”
How did current Rams players rate at the combine? I Rams Official Site
Sometimes we forget what actual combine numbers mean relative to other successful pros. The Rams provided combine performances of many key contributors in this article. It’s good information considering that the Rams are currently a team that has very specific ideas about the roles that certain picks will need to play.
Get to know new defensive line coach Eric Henderson I Rams Official Site
The Rams have a new defensive line coach in coach Eric Henderson, who will look to maximize Aaron Donald and whatever other linemen are still around. This article provides a little more information on Henderson’s path and credentials.