Los Angeles Rams give CB Troy Hill a contract extension | NFL.com
Troy Hill — who was an RFA heading into the offseason — was retained on a two-year $5.25m contract. Could he be a starter in 2020?
Three trade targets Rams could consider from the Eagles | Ramblin’ Fan
Dan Parzych outlines OT Jordan Mailata, edge rusher Josh Sweat, and LB Kamu Grugier-Hill as the three best options for trade between the Rams and Eagles
A healthy Cooper Kupp could result in three 1,000-yard receivers for Rams | Ramblin’ Fan
I mean, this was a distinct possibility in 2018, and likely would have come to fruition had Kupp not tore his ACL. It’s very conceivable that the receiving core for the Rams could threaten the same mark again
Notes and highlights from week 2 of Rams OTA’s | Rams Wire
Cam DaSilva takes a look at the attendance from players, some notes such as Jamil Demby as the backup LT and Micah Kiser as a first-team linebacker, and even Aaron Donald playing offense?
Sean McVay breaks down what makes Micah Kiser a quality linebacker | Rams Wire
Here’s what the head coach had to say about the future starter for the Rams at inside linebacker:
One of the things that you loved about him was the instincts, the awareness, the ability to anticipate – especially when so much of defense is reactionary based on some of things you can gather before the snap and then once that thing happens post-snap, it’s how quickly can I adapt and adjust based on whatever that call is defensively and what the offensive set, whether running it or throwing it dictates
10 observations from OTA number six | The Rams’ official site
Have a read at what rookie offensive lineman Bobby Evans is up to, how the quarterbacks are doing, the tight ends working on specific drills, and the secondary putting in work as always
Marcus Peters shares his ideas on his contract extension | The Rams’ official site
Head Coach Sean McVay said the Rams are “absolutely interested” in extending Peters’ stay as a Ram. Peters on the other hand says he’s interested in taking care of business on the field, winning a Super Bowl, and letting the rest take care of itself