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Turf Show Radio, S10E53: Free agency recap and 2019 NFL Draft preview

Sean McVay has a lot of respect for Pizza Hut. Which Rams player looks like a character from Inside Out? HYGZ!!! Oh and football stuff.

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00:24 - Frank Thomas is a drug dealer.

1:24 - Who’s going to be the Rams’ commercial star?

4:56 - “You got Bortled!”

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Episode Two: Trust the Process

Andrew Whitworth is motivated as ever for season 14. Meanwhile, after quiet rookie seasons, Brian Allen + Joseph Noteboom are ready for year two. “Behind the Grind” Episode Two: Trust the Process

Posted by Behind the Grind on Thursday, March 28, 2019

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12:20 - Los Angeles Rams free agency recap

16:58 - Brian Allen looks like Anger:

18:55 - With guys like OL Joseph Noteboom, OL Brian Allen and LB Micah Kiser potentially moving into starting roles, it means the Rams are going to have to draft their backup replacements

19:42 - How crucial will it be to find the replacements for ILB Ramik Wilson and CB Sam Shields given that both picked up starts in 2018?

21:52 - Did the Rams get better or worse in free agency?

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26:04 - “Between free agency and the draft, I don’t know that anything is going to determine how much better or worse this team gets than how Jared Goff plays in his fourth season.” - 3k

32:48 - If the 2018 season was Rams Head Coach Sean McVay’s response to losing to the Atlanta Falcons in the wild card round of the playoffs the year prior, how much of the 2019 season will be about his response to losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII?

39:14 - Is RB Malcolm Brown headed for an expanded role and maybe a breakout season?

44:48 - Joey has a favorite name in the 2019 NFL Draft.

47:07 - Hamp Cheevers doesn’t look like this. But his name sounds like he looks like this:

Post-ending easter egg: Sean McVay’s girlfriend and her scantily clad friends show up at practice and Andrew Whitworth turns into the bouncer.