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Random Ramsdom 5/20: Los Angeles Rams most complete team?

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Darrell Henderson: Los Angeles Rams “best system I could get in” | NFL.com

The newly drafted third-round running back out of Memphis explains why his transition into the NFL will be a good one due to the extensive use of similar run-game concepts (outside zone) that the Rams and Memphis Tigers run

Chargers, Rams head NFL’s most complete teams | NFL.com

The Rams landed second on Adam Schein’s list of the most complete NFL team. Check out his reasoning as to why he has them pegged after only their counterparts in L.A.

Five storylines to watch during Rams’ OTA’s | Rams Wire

Cam examines what the offensive line could look like, how much Todd Gurley will participate, and whether or not rookie Greg Gaines will get the first crack at starting nose tackle

Ranking Rams rookies by potential impact in 2019 | Rams Wire

Cam ranks the entire rookie class by projection production for 2019. The top choice likely wont surprise anyone as there could potentially only be one starter from this class on day one of 2019

Potential cap casualties in 2020 for Rams | Ramblin’ Fan

Nick Fox goes outside the box with some of his choices representing guys like Eric Weddle, Nickell Robey-Coleman, and Malcolm Brown

Robert Woods should see another 1,000-yard season with the Rams in 2020 | Ramblin’ Fan

This is about as easy as a projection gets. Dan Parzych is quite confident Woods will rack up another 1,000-yard season, and barring any major injury, he very well should