On Thursday, the Rams released a time-lapse video depicting the raising of the Oculus Board at SoFi Stadium, which was officially completed this week.
The 2.2 million-pound marvel is currently the largest video board in professional sports. It’s also 120-yards long, meaning that the board is longer than the actual field.
According to Rams COO Kevin Demoff, the board is three times the size of the Dallas Cowboys’ in Jerry World and features over 260 speakers.
Oh yeah, they also put the turf down for the first time, which is just the cherry on top we all needed to see.
Now for today’s links.
Stu Jackson reports on the Oculus video board at SoFi Stadium being completed this week (TheRams.com)
Bret Stuter wonders if the Rams made a mistake by investing in younger players this offseason (Ramblin’ Fan)
The NFL is shortening the preseason to two games (ESPN)
Bill Barnwell discusses how QB Josh Allen need to change to continue his success in Buffalo (ESPN)
Michael David Smith reports on the NFL not hosting a supplemental draft this year (Pro Football Talk)
The Packers signed first-round QB Jordan Love to a fully-guaranteed deal (NFL.com)
Joel Corry talks running back contracts and whether or not the position is being disrespected (CBS Sports)