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Los Angeles Rams News and Links for 5/31/22

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SNF on NBC posted a graphic that asks the question of how will the NFC West rankings finish at the end of next season?

The power rankings provided are an accurate projection of how the division play out with the defending division and Super Bowl Champion Los Angeles Rams first, the runner up in the NFC San Francisco 49ers in second, Arizona Cardinals in third, and the Seattle Seahawks last.

No doubt about the Rams. They were the best in the division last year and have improved by roster and will also improve by way of developed chemistry and talent.

The 49ers might surprise everyone by being worse than they were last season when they were able to shake off a rough start and found a rhythm for the stretch. However, the questions and the quarterback position linger with some including analyst Emmanuel Acho aiming to answer those questions.

The Cardinals fell apart last season. They added Marquise Brown but lost DeAndre Hopkins to suspension for the first six games. It’s a toss up between them and the 49ers for third place in the division.

The Seahawks are in rebuild mode and with the loss of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner, this team doesn’t appear competitive in this division.

And now for today’s links:


Tutu Atwell putting in work to make sure second NFL season goes better than first (

Allen Robinson appreciates Sean McVay’s hard but detailed coaching style (RamsWire)

LA Rams OTAs: Several player no-shows are a good thing (RamblinFan)


Cardinals CB Jeff Gladney dies in car accident at age 25 (

NFL community salutes fallen soldiers on Memorial Day (

Browns unwilling to release Baker Mayfield despite lackluster trade market, per reports (CBSsports)