A few sighs of relief (as well as surprises) for Rams fans with the first look at the 2019 depth chart.
It’s great news that the Rams’ stud in the slot will be ready for Week 1 of the NFL season. I still hope he’s eased back into action (read: I’d rather have him ready week 17 than week 1).
Top 10 Observations from Rams 2019 training camp | Rams Official
As the Rams prepare to bring a vanilla gameplan to Oaktown, here are some of the fundamental truths that emerged from Irvine.
Robert Woods Is Owed An Apology | Sports Al Dente
As one of the more underrated WRs in the NFL, this statement is undeniably true. Apparently, the Rams also realized this and made good in the form of a bonus. It goes without saying that Bobby Trees is an invaluable part of the Rams offense.
As one of few Asian-Americans on an NFL roster, Rams rookie Taylor Rapp is looking to help energize others to follow in his footsteps.
Have I mentioned I’m high on Taylor Rapp? All he did at UW was make plays. He’ll inherit a role that made Marqui Christian look pretty damn good last year. He’ll see his first real action on Saturday night.
Raiders get ready to kickoff the preseason against the Los Angeles Rams | Raiders Official
A look from the Bay Area at the LAR/OAK matchup. Best part? We’ll get to see it in an entirely different light on next Tuesday night’s Hard Knocks.
The two most “controversial” Rams this offseason continue to rise and fall in an otherwise meaningless preseason race for MVP. Gurley’s drop is perhaps understandable, if overblown, and Goff’s now sitting somewhere next to Derek Carr, which.... don’t get me started.
As has been widely surmised, SJD is ready for his time in the spotlight, as rookie NT Greg Gaines learns the ropes.