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The long month of pro days around the country has started with the University of Kansas being the first to go this past Thursday. Auburn and Bucknell put on their showcases yesterday while the next two up will be Oklahoma State and Wyoming on Tuesday, March 10th.

Only 12 more days until free agency!

TGIF, as well!

Les Snead speaks highly of LB Micah Kiser: ‘Buy stock’ in him

https://theramswire.usatoday.com/2020/03/06/nfl-rams-micah-kiser-les-snead-2020/

“Heading into the 2020 season, Kiser remains in the mix at linebacker, especially with Littleton set to hit free agency. General manager Les Snead mentioned Kiser on the Rams Revealed podcast as someone to buy stock in because of his work ethic.”

13 dream free-agent targets for the Rams

https://theramswire.usatoday.com/gallery/nfl-rams-free-agency-dream-targets-2020/

“The start of free agency is rapidly approaching and the Los Angeles Rams are attempting to get their ducks in a row ahead of the madness. They have their own free agents to sign, many of whom will come with high price tags, but what’s out there on the market from other teams?”

Mock Draft Roundup: Post-Combine edition

https://www.therams.com/news/mock-draft-roundup-post-combine-edition

“Although Los Angeles does not have a first round pick in this year’s draft, there are still some outlets which produce mock drafts that go beyond the first 32 selections. Those are what we will be using to highlight predictions for L.A. The Rams’ first pick in the draft will be No. 52 overall in the second round.”

Rams mailbag, part 1: Logo/uniform plans, SoFi readiness and practice sites

https://theathletic.com/1653628/2020/03/04/rams-mailbag-part-1-logo-uniform-plans-sofi-readiness-and-practice-sites/

“For the football nerds — hand raised — this might be the most fun time of the NFL year. Endless possibilities exist, with franchise tags, free agency, the draft, trades, cuts and contract restructures all taking place over the next two months.”

A primer on the Rams’ options with restructures, tags and terminations

https://theathletic.com/1640436/2020/02/27/a-primer-on-the-rams-options-with-restructures-tags-and-terminations/

“The combine, ostensibly, is about working out and interviewing draft prospects, but it’s also the location of some public and private meetings between team executives and agents, regarding current players.”

Handicapping the fortunes of the Seahawks’ top unrestricted free agents

https://www.espn.com/blog/nfcwest/post/_/id/133629/handicapping-the-fortunes-of-the-seahawks-top-unrestricted-free-agents

“With somewhere in the neighborhood of $45 million in 2020 salary-cap space — not including what will be gained via veteran releases — Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider has more money to spend this offseason than in recent years.”

Cardinals not shy about their draft interest in wide receivers

https://www.espn.com/blog/nfcwest/post/_/id/133614/cardinals-not-shy-about-their-draft-interest-in-wide-receivers

“Both head coach Kliff Kingsbury and general manager Steve Keim shared their desire at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis to add a speedy, outside pass-catcher.”

Rams’ Aaron Donald and Todd Gurley among NFL players who oppose proposed CBA

https://www.latimes.com/sports/rams/story/2020-03-06/todd-gurley-aaron-donald-among-rams-players-against-cba

“Running back Todd Gurley, who signed a $60-million extension before the 2018 season, retweeted a generic statement from the NFL Players Assn. on the voting process. He added, “VOTE NO!!”

Every NFL Team’s Weakest Link Heading into Free Agency

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2878972-every-nfl-teams-weakest-link-heading-into-free-agency

“As of now, the Rams are projected to have only $23.3 million in cap space. However, they have multiple significant contributors—Dante Fowler Jr., Michael Brockers, Cory Littleton, Greg Zuerlein, Austin Blythe and Andrew Whitworth—set to become free agents.”