They make the Rams’ receiving corps one the NFL’s most dynamic and productive units. Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods each eclipsed 1,000 yards receiving last season, and Cooper Kupp might have done the same had he not suffered a season-ending knee injury.
Every team NFL needs a big dude who holds down the middle, and the Rams have that in Tanzel Smart.
5 players to watch in the third preseason game vs. Broncos | Rams’ official site
Many of the Rams’ starters will likely sit once again heading into preseason game No. 3, which means several reserves will see lots of snaps. With that in mind, here are five players to watch against Denver on Saturday.
Here are 12 players to watch when the Rams take on Denver in the third week of the preseason.
Final roster cuts are just over a week away, which means the Los Angeles Rams don’t have a lot of time to determine who will and won’t make the final roster. Looking at position battles will help decide which players should stick and which ones might be candidates for the practice squad, which is why we’re analyzing those competitions today.
ICYMI, our very own 3k dropped his “What to watch for” yesterday, as well.
A new report claims Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp is more explosive following last year’s torn ACL injury.
The Rams real depth and talent is at wide receiver, though. On paper, Robert Woods, Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp are quite possibly the best wide receiver trio in the NFL. That’s great for the Rams offense, but it creates a difficult decision for fantasy players.
(WATCH) Rams to play first game in renovated LA Memorial Coliseum | CBS Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Rams will play the Denver Broncos Saturday in their first game since Memorial Coliseum underwent a $315 million renovation.
Panthers “cautiously optimistic” Newton will be ready for season opener | Pro Football Talk
The Panthers are feeling optimistic. Or at least buying themselves a minute to come up with a Plan B. Via Jourdan Rodrigue of TheAthletic.com, Panthers General Manager Marty Hurney confirmed that quarterback Cam Newton has a “mid-foot sprain in his left foot.”
32 stats to know after preseason Week 2 | Pro Football Focus
PFF’s Mark Chichester has taken a deep dive into the numbers to find an interesting piece of information about all 32 teams after two weeks of preseason football.