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Random Ramsdom: LA made a move to further their tight end depth?

Los Angeles Rams News and Links for 12/14/23

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The Los Angeles Rams seemingly added a tight end by the name of Milller Forristall, and by the headline below it seems as though it’s the second player from Alabama added in as many days. Thank you for checking out some links today! Let us know what you think about the tight end room and if LA should make any other moves? Is Davis Allen enough? Any other moves LA should make as they make their big push in the final stretch of the season?

Please comment on whatever you’d like and have a great Thursday!

Los Angeles Rams add a former Alabama player for second straight day (al.com)

“The Los Angeles Rams started the week as the only NFL team without a player from an Alabama high school or college on the roster. Now the Rams have two after signing former Alabama tight end Miller Forristall to their practice squad on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, Los Angeles had signed former Alabama long snapper Carson Tinker to its 53-player active roster after placing its long snapper, Alex Ward, on injured reserve.”

SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles Expected to Host Super Bowl LXI, per Report (si.com)

“The NFL is set to award SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles the right to host Super Bowl LXI in 2027, CBS Sports’ Jonathan Jones reports. NFL owners will vote on this issue Wednesday, but the expectation is that it will be approved.

SoFi Stadium first hosted the Super Bowl in 2022, when the Rams beat the Bengals, in just its second season of existence. Both the Rams and Chargers have been playing their home games at SoFi Stadium since the start of the 2020 season.”

Los Angeles Rams QB Matthew Stafford Playing At Elite Level; Here’s Why (ramsdigest)

“The Los Angeles Rams have vaulted themselves back into playoff contention by winning three of four games since their bye week, and a large part of that success has been the play of quarterback Matthew Stafford.

Over the past four games, Stafford has completed 61.3 percent of his passes for 992 yards, 11 touchdowns and only two interceptions. After throwing eight touchdowns to seven interceptions to start the season, Stafford is looking more like the quarterback who led the Rams to a Super Bowl just two years ago than a player in his twilight.”