While the Rams have historically delayed signing their rookies until after OTAs and after some training like financial literacy classes, they’ve never had an issue getting the guys to finally get them to put pen to paper. That was the case again this year as the Rams are the last team in the NFL to sign their rookies, but they got it done today.
Signed, sealed, delivered, they’re Rams!— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) June 7, 2019
Congratulations to our 2019 Draft Class! pic.twitter.com/gMLPGY90Qa
Contract structure is laregely determined by the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, so there’s not a ton to haggle over outside of early first-round picks. So this was always going to be a straightforward business effort.
Now that the contracts are done, the team is taking the rookies on a tour of the new stadium in Inglewood:
So to Taylor Rapp, Darrell Henderson, David Long, Bobby Evans, Greg Gaines, David Edwards, Nick Scott and Dakota Allen...
Welcome to the Ramily!