clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Random Ramsdom, 6/17: Rams are currently focused on extending players, not the head coach

Extensions may soon come for Goff and McVay...but maybe not as soon as you’d think.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Super Bowl LIII - New England Patriots v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Elsa/Getty Images

Kromer likes what he’s seen out of Noteboom, Allen | Rams’ official site

Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allen have some big shoes to fill.

Entering year three with McVay, Goff mastering offensive scheme | Rams’ official site

As a quarterback moves into his fourth year, there are certain expectations — especially for one selected at No. 1 overall.

Rams have talked about a timeline for Jared Goff talks | Pro Football Talk

The Rams aren’t ready to talk to agent Ryan Tollner regarding a new contract for quarterback Jared Goff. The Rams, however, are ready to talk about when they may want to talk about a new contract for Goff.

Rams aren’t planning to extend Sean Mcvay, for now | Pro Football Talk

Rams coach Sean McVay has greatly exceeded expectations in his first two years on the job. That gives the Rams a bargain over the next three years, as he continues to work through a deal that is believed to pay him $4 million per year.

Rams focused on extending players right now, not McVay | Rams Wire

The Los Angeles Rams were relatively inactive this offseason, only signing a few free agents to bolster their roster. Things could ramp up in the coming months, though, with several players potentially earning contract extensions.

Rams are taking an unnecessary risk with Sean McVay | Fansided

Sean McVay is widely regarded as one of the top coaches in the NFL, but the Rams are in no rush to pay him like an elite head coach.

It’s no goof to expect the Rams to extend Goff | Forbes

“Whether it ends up happening this year or next year, there is zero percent chance this guy’s not gonna get an extension he’s worthy of,’’ McVay said.

Donald named No. 1 on PFF50 for third straight year | Pro Football Focus

In 2018, Aaron Donald was the single most destructive force in the game from his interior alignment on the Los Angeles Rams‘ defensive line, earning an overall PFF grade of 95.0, the best of any player in the league.

NFL’s team-killers ahead of the 2019 NFL season | Pro Football Focus

A list of those team-killers, the players who have played a minimum of 300 snaps against a given team, and picked up the highest overall grade in the PFF era (2006-present).

Because of his unrelenting improvement and his proclivity to produce results that were once thought impossible, he’s been named No. 1 on the PFF50 for the third straight year.

Goff’s supporting cast ranked 3rd in the NFL | Rams Wire

Between Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks, Cooper Kupp, Todd Gurley and even Gerald Everett, there’s no doubt Goff has one of the strongest supporting casts in the league.

Gurley remains biggest question of Rams’ offseason | ESPN

Todd Gurley II shook his head, then shrugged his shoulders. At the outset of the offseason program in April, the Los Angeles Rams running back was asked if he was prepared for an offseason of questions about his left knee.

A look at the Rams with Turf Show Times | Revenge of the Birds

ROTB takes a look back at what has been going on with each of the three teams in the NFC West, with a look at the Los Angeles Rams from Turf Show Times.

Cleveland Browns vs. LA Rams: 5 most memorable games of all time | Dawgs by Nature

The Cleveland Browns will make their return to Sunday Night Football when they host the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3 of the 2019 regular season. The game will mark the Browns first appearance on a Sunday night game since the 2008 season when they hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers for in Week 2 of that season.

Are the Rams better or worse heading into 2019? | LA Sports Hub

The Los Angeles Rams made it all the way to Super Bowl LIII but fell short to the New England Patriots and will start from scratch like everyone else in 2019.

3 trade targets the Rams should consider from the Jets | Ramblin Fan

Here are three trade targets the Los Angeles Rams may want to consider from the New York Jets before the start of training camp in July.