Apparently, the L.A. Rams can have nice, new things.
Continuing their year of getting new amenities, the Rams showed off their new locker room at their Thousand Oaks, California, facility via Twitter on Tuesday, complete with a near-minute video showing just how cool the new digs are.
Out with the old, in with the new.— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) June 16, 2020
The practice facility locker room got an upgrade pic.twitter.com/x27DDjZ5d2
The Rams open SoFi Stadium in August and they have a new logo, uniform and helmets. A lot of fans may not like the uniforms, but players have been supportive of the new unis.
One of their key players — quarterback Jared Goff, no less — chimed in on Tuesday with his approval of the new locker room in Thousand Oaks.
It’s nice timing because the Rams are going to spend a lot of extra time in their new locker room. By an NFL rule, all training camps will be held at team facilities.
The Rams are planning to have their rookies report to camp July 23 with the veterans reporting five days later.