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Random Ramsdom 7/8: More rotation at wide receiver in 2019?

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Could the Los Angeles Rams rotate more at wide receiver in 2019? | The Rams’ official site

Passing Game Coordinator/Tight End Coach Shane Waldron shares the idea that the Rams could rotate more at wide receiver with talented players like WR Josh Reynolds on the bench. The idea is to become more varied in terms of personnel usage, as well as utilizing the skill-set of players on the roster

Sean McVay sits front row at UFC 239 | Rams Wire

Well, it’s fair to say my eyes would have veered out of the cage quite often with Head Coach Sean McVay in the stands for UFC 239

John Johnson III explains what he loves about Los Angeles | Rams Wire

VIDEO: Movies, food, and tattoos. JJ3 talks about it all while exploring Hollywood with team reporter Sarina Morales

Trial begins for Rams’ strength and conditioning coach Ted Rath | Rams Wire

Ted Rath was charged with three counts of misdemeanor sexual battery from an alleged incident in 2018. Rath — pleading not guilty — left the team earlier this year during the playoff run

John Franklin-Myers trying to find best weight and position in 2019 | Rams Wire

A small-school prospect who fits the profile of a tweener, JFM is looking to find his best spot as a defensive lineman. JFM is likely to play as a 5-tech on base downs while moving to DE/DT in other packages

Eric Weddle listed as most team-friendly contract in 2019 | Ramblin’ Fan

Signing a two-year deal worth up to $10.25m, Weddle is considered the best value on the Rams’ roster by Bleacher Report

The Rams’ best rookie in 2019 will be..... | Ramblin’ Fan

Jason Reed shares his confidence in second-round draft pick S Taylor Rapp, selecting him as the most impactful rookie defender for the Rams in 2019. It’s hard to argue as Rapp is likely to see plenty of run as a sub-package defender

Todd Gurley easy choice for most indispensable offensive players in 2019 | Ramblin’ Fan

There’s an interesting argument to be made on both sides. Half of the crowd identifies with the “running backs don’t matter” motto, meaning Gurley (and all other running backs) simply aren’t valued as they’re considered interchangeable and rely far more on offensive line play, schemes, and play calling as opposed to talent. The other half believes running backs (Gurley in this case) raise the level of play of the other 10 offensive players, as well as create yardage on their own when there is none

Three trade targets the Rams could consider from the New England Patriots | Ramblin’ Fan

OL James Ferentz, OL Ted Karras, and LB Ja’Whaun Bentley are the three names Dan Parzych lists. Two of them could very well be made up for our sake

How long can the Rams remain title contenders? | Clutch Points

Mitchell Blahut takes a look at major sticking points for the Rams in terms of potentially getting back to a Super Bowl. Todd Gurley’s health, keeping and developing talent, a competitive NFC West, and QB Jared Goff are among the major factors