With just under two weeks until the start of the new league year, the Rams need to hurry up and decide whether or not they want to keep guys like Cory Littleton or Dante Fowler Jr.
The Chargers made an uncharacteristically bold move on Tuesday when they traded left tackle Russell Okung for offensive guard Trai Turner. If the Rams become complacent, they might find themselves on the wrong end of the “Fight for LA” and they can’t afford to do that with their inaugural season in SoFi later on this year.
Will Rams use the franchise tag? And other post-combine questions answered
“In the span of two days, the Rams’ coach tended to a few meetings, fulfilled media obligations, then returned to Los Angeles, where his new offensive and defensive coordinators remained as they install plans to improve on last season’s 9-7 record.”
The Rams need to extend Jalen Ramsey during this offseason
“Los Angeles traded for the former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive back before the deadline last fall. The Rams are in win-now mode and gave up the farm to get a star player of Ramsey’s caliber. Though Ramsey may want to test free agency waters next spring, Rams general manager Les Snead needs to prioritize putting together a new contract for Ramsey to sign this offseason.”
Packers Consider Rams Linebacker “Top Priority” in Free Agency
“Per to Sports Illustrated’s Bill Huber, the Packers are considering Los Angeles Rams linebacker Cory Littleton their “top priority” in free agency, signaling general manager Brian Gutekunst is prepared to make waves once again this offseason to address the defense’s biggest area of need.”
Tory Woodbury’s long journey gets breakthrough as new assistant special teams coach
“It feels great,” Woodbury told theRams.com on Tuesday. “As a surprise move as it came, it just feels like I’m home where I’m belong, interacting with the guys on the field. I feel great about the situation.”
Daily Dose: Rams’ offseason program dates set
“Throughout the offseason, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here’s a look at what’s out there for Wednesday, March 4 about your Los Angeles Rams.”
Why Rams may not restructure Goff’s deal to save $16.8M in 2020
“Considering the Los Angeles Rams’ salary cap situation, and with five starters set to hit free agency, it would seem like a no-brainer for them to free up money wherever possible. After all, they’re projected to have just under $15 million in cap space this offseason, which doesn’t include a $5.25 million savings from Eric Weddle retiring.”
Proposed CBA goes to vote, NFL reveals formula for comp pick calculations
“It’s another unremarkable day in the NFL offseason, with Thursday marking 13 more days until the start of free agency and seven more weeks until the 2020 NFL Draft in Las Vegas. However, with so much talk recently about the CBA proposal that NFL owners have sent to the players for their vote, there has been a significant development on that front.”
49ers pick up 2020 option for K’Waun Williams contract
“The San Francisco 49ers have picked up cornerback K’Waun Williams team option for 2020, much like they did fullback Kyle Juszczyk’s option on Wednesday. Williams was entering the final year of his contract, where Williams will make a base salary of $2.1 million. There wasn’t much discussion about cutting Williams, who would have saved the team $2.4 million in cap space. Williams showed he was one of the best slot cornerbacks in the NFL in 2019.”
Every major NFL free agent rumor heading into the new league year
“With such a strong class, there are plenty of rumors to keep track of — even if pending free agents can’t sign with teams until the new league year begins on March 18. While a number of these players will ultimately re-sign with their current teams or draw the franchise tag, others will land with new teams.”
Cardinals Tight End Outlook: Will the position have a bigger impact on the offense?
“Maxx Williams worked his way into the starting lineup after being a late offseason addition. Though the 25-year old is not much of a threat in the vertical game, he made an immediate impact as a blocker and earned a 79.0 overall grade by Pro Football Focus.”