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Random Ramsdom 3/29: NRC in the eye of the storm

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The Rams’ outspoken CB is the center of attention as the NFL reacts to the new pass interference challenge rules

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How McVay values adding proven veterans to his roster | Rams Official

With the additions of Clay Matthews, Eric Weddle and Blake Bortles, the Rams have added some experience and leadership to the locker room this offseason.

Los Angeles Rams: Biggest remaining needs after free agent signings | FanSided

Solid breakdown of areas of need for the Rams, who appear to be standing pat until after the NFL Draft.

Rams will have clear training camp plan for Donald | Rams Official

For the first time in Sean McVay’s tenure, Aaron Donald will be at training camp. For the sake of offensive development, the Rams will likely be very measured with #99.

Rams’ Nickell Robey-Coleman: NFL Should Name New Pass Interference Rule After Me | Bleacher Report

NRC is never one to shy away from controversy. Will his uncalled penalty in the NFC Championship game lead him to infamy?

Rams may regret not going after Brandon Marshall in free agency | FanSided

Given his knowledge of Wade Phillips’ defense, the Denver free agent would have made a lot of sense. My guess is Wade wasn’t buying.

Gerald Everett on track to increase contributions in 2019 | Rams Official

Can year three be the breakout season for Young Gerald?

Patrick Chung sued by ex-Rams executive over defamation | Musket Fire

Fascinating story in the age of social media. Be careful what you text or tweet, especially if you work for an NFL team.

Rams Twitter roundup: Players react to pass interference rule change | RamsWire

Safe to say the Rams aren’t big fans of the new challenge rules.

Nickell Robey-Coleman: DBs can be more aggressive with new pass interference rule | RamsWire

NRC goes on to contradict himself, but the point is that there are a few ways to look at the rule and his take is certainly interesting.