NFL Network’s Mike Silver reported this week that LA Rams head coach Sean McVay will only be spending one night in Indianapolis for the upcoming NFL Scouting Combine and that his new offensive and defensive coordinators will not be there at all.
The Rams do not possess a first round pick this year because they traded it and their 2021 first round pick on the trade for cornerback Jalen Ramsey. (In addition to a fourth.)
Sean McVay's only spending one night in Indy, and his new coordinators aren't going to the combine at all. The @RamsNFL are all business during this offseason of transition. From earlier on @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/030pWt6Ie7— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) February 19, 2020
Los Angeles’s first pick is 52nd overall, the 20th pick in the second round, followed by pick 82 in round three. They should be getting a compensatory pick for the loss of guard Rodger Saffold last year.
Silver also noted in the report that running back Darrell Henderson was held off the field for much of 2019 due to injuries and as Turf Show Times’ own Joe McAtee mentioned on Twitter, that was not a known reason for Henderson’s absence for much of last season. Hard to say if that was just Silver saying something that he had assumed but had no intel on or if he was reporting on intel that he knew or assumed was well known.
First I've heard of injuries keeping Darrell Henderson off the field in 2019. Interesting nugget here from Silver. https://t.co/V2sU8457nw— Dwight Powell Liker (@3k_) February 19, 2020
The NFL Scouting Combine runs from Monday, February 24 to Sunday, March 1. Workouts begin on Thursday, February 27, with the tight ends, quarterbacks, and wide receivers kicking things off.