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Random Ramsdom 5/11: Saturday news and notes for the Los Angeles Rams

Did the Rams add a “Kamara element” to their offense in the 2019 NFL draft?

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Where does David Edwards fit among the offensive linemen? | Rams’ official site

As a fifth-round pick out of Wisconsin, David Edwards joins an offensive line rom that can certainly stand to add depth. With 2018 draft picks Joe Noteboom and Brian Allen moving into potential starting roles this season, Edwards — along with third-round pick Bobby Evans — has a chance to become a key reserve for Los Angeles’ five up front.

Rams team up with American Heart Association for 4th Annual Play 60 Field Day | Rams’ official site

As students from 23 different LA-region schools excitedly dispersed on the field of Cal Lutheran’s William Rolland James stadium, it quickly became there was activity for everyone.

Top 10 NFL offenses: Saints, Colts, Eagles best of the bunch | NFL Network

Advanced metrics, traditional statistics and game-film observations agree: the Chiefs, Rams, Saints, Patriots and Steelers boasted the NFL’s highest-flying offenses in 2018, with the Colts, Chargers and Falcons floating in and out of the picture throughout the season.

2020 compensatory pick predictions for every NFL team | NFL Network

Teams tend to treasure draft picks like gold, and compensatory draft picks aren’t treated any differently. In fact, the idea of allowing a top free agent to walk in exchange for a compensatory draft pick has picked up steam in recent years as teams look for the best way to construct their rosters for sustained success.

Rams draft class ranked 6th in the NFL | Rotoworld

An overall “draft haul” grade that combined each team’s draft class and UDFA crop and measured total talent acquired against draft equity spent. Add it all up and see what the numbers say after the dust cleared.

Top 10 NFL comeback player of the year candidates | Pro Football Focus

As should be expected with the game of football, many high-profile NFL players suffered season-altering injuries last season. Some of these injuries happened at the start of the campaign, derailing that player and that team’s season almost immediately; others struck in the middle of the year, forcing players to miss a substantial amount of time when the stakes were perhaps the highest; others battled through the pain so that they could remain on the field with their teammates, even though that meant not performing at 100%.

Snead: Henderson gives Rams “Kamara element” | Rams Wire

There’s been no lack of speculation or concern about Todd Gurley’s knee, which was compounded by Les Snead saying the Los Angeles Rams will likely limit his workload in an attempt to keep him fresher for the future. To cause even greater panic, the Rams traded up to select Memphis running back Darrell Henderson at No. 70 overall in the draft.

Henderson should feel honored by Kamara comparisons | Ramblin Fan

The Los Angeles Rams seem to have big plans for Darrell Henderson during his first NFL season in 2019.

Go inside Rams’ locker room in new “Behind The Grind” | Rams Wire

The Los Angeles Rams were their usual selves in the 2019 NFL draft, striking six total trades, including three moves down before making their first pick of the weekend. General manager Les Snead is always willing to swap picks and players, as evidenced by the team’s approach this year.

John Parry: Pass interference replay would have changed big play in Super Bowl | Pro Football Talk

The referee who called this year’s Super Bowl says if the new rule allowing replay to review pass interference had been in effect, a potentially game-altering play would have changed.