2020 NFL Free Agency
All the moves from across the league affecting the Los Angeles Rams throughout the 2020 free agency period.
Get to know A’Shawn Robinson with Jeremy Reisman from Pride of Detroit
Let a Lions writer teach you a thing or two about the Rams’ newest defender.
Michael Brockers is headed back to the Rams
Baltimore announced they won’t be signing the DT due to findings during his physical
Nickell Robey-Coleman signing with the Eagles
The former Rams defender found a new home in Philly
Get to know Leonard Floyd
Come learn about the Rams’ new linebacker from someone who covered him in Chicago
Todd Gurley signs with the Atlanta Falcons
Gurley returns to the state of Georgia where he played his college ball
Could Todd Gurley be on the move?
The running back is set to make $17.25 million in 2020
Should the Rams consider signing Christian Kirksey?
Kirksey would be cheap and worth the investment for the Rams if he stays healthy.
Four questions to answer in the offseason
The answers to these questions will determine the direction the Rams take in the offseason.
Free agent targets sorted by pricing tiers
Sosa takes a look at the free agent market, picking which names intrigue him the most and separating those players by tier.
Secret to the Rams’ turnaround? The Vikings.
Yes, that is correct. Let me explain below.
REPORT: Rams, Whitworth confident a deal will get done
Potentially good news on the offensive line front!
Free agent offensive line options
Let’s run through the upcoming group of free agent OL, and determine which could be a fit for the Rams.
Rams can restructure Goff’s contract to free $17m
Are the Rams willing to make the move?
Whitworth on 2020: “My intention is to play football.”
Could Big Whit saddle up again in 2020?
2020 salary cap, franchise tag projections
The final offseason under the current collective bargaining agreement is starting to take shape.
The curious case of the O-line
The Rams’ bugaboo in 2019? Their inconsistency. And no unit has exemplified that more than their big beefy boys up front. 3k takes a look at the unit as is and the decisions that lie ahead.
How will Panthers’ firing of Ron Rivera affect rest of NFL?
While many teams still playing out their 2019 fortunes, the Panthers got the jump on their 2020 agenda by firing their head coach today. How could that affect the Los Angeles Rams and the rest of the NFL?
Should the Rams re-sign LB Cory Littleton?
The Rams can ill-afford to let one of their best players walk. Get it done, Lester.
Athletic’s top 50 FAs of 2020 have two Rams
We’ve got plenty of football left to play, but some big decisions are looming in March.
2020, 2021 offseason outlook following Talib trade
Here’s how things are shaping up for the future.
Goff extension sets Rams up for 2020, 2021 roster decisions
The Rams are now locked in with Goff into the new collective bargaining agreement. That means the focus can shift downroster in free agency and the draft.
NFL.com’s top 25 free agents of 2020
While just one Ram made the cut, the real intrigue could be the options for the 2020 and future Rams.
Starting in 2020, Goff=$$$
A look beyond 2019 is a look toward the new Collective Bargaining Agreement and an era where Goff is going to get PAID.
Which 2020 UFA has the most to prove?
Which of these guys needs to have the best season in 2019? Find out below.
McVay: “We absolutely want to sign Marcus Peters to extension”
Can a tiger change his stripes? We’ll find out in the next year or so.
Rams projected two fourth-round comp picks in 2020
So far so good on the compensatory pick lookout
Post-Aaron Donald salary cap analysis
The Rams are rumored to be close to locking up DPOY Aaron Donald with a long-term megadeal. Here’s how it would look afterward in terms of the other major players on expiring deals.
Jared Goff...$100m man?
While most of the focus on contract extensions pertaining to the Rams’ roster center around DL Aaron Donald, it’s worth considering the most important position in the sport.
ANOTHER INT FROM @jalenramsey!!!— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) January 8, 2023
Classy move by Rams coach Sean McVay, sending out Bobby Wagner as LA’s only captain for the coin toss in his Seattle reunion game vs Seahawks.— Gregg Bell (@gbellseattle) January 8, 2023
Lumen Field crowd roars, then chants “Bob-by! Bob-by!” @thenewstribune pic.twitter.com/2SX1TiMVzg
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