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The practice facility for the Rams hasn’t been touched since they team made the move from St. Louis back in 2016. Recently, the entire locker room was gutted and completely revamped, with upgrades being made across the board.

If it could be improved, it looks like the Rams took the time to make it happen.

New lockers, seating, lightning, flooring, the whole dang thing is brand-spanking new.

Although the team is planning to begin the new era of Rams football with a new stadium, the team’s headquarters are remaining in Thousand Oaks at Cal Lutheran.

Here’s a link to a video shared by the Rams on their website this week.

One of my favorite features is the addition of the sweet seating arrangements with the locker compartments behind the back pads. The chrome detailing around the edges, including the name plates, are just the icing on the top of this sweet, sweet cake.

What do you guys think of the new-look practice facility locker room?

Here’s them links!

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Bret Stuter talks special teams coordinator John Bonamego and how he can sure-up the third phase of the game for the Rams (Ramblin’ Fan)

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