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How the Rams can create $24M in cap space with three simple moves

With about $40 million in cap space, the Los Angeles Rams have a good amount of money to spend this offseason. Despite having several pending free agents, the Rams are in a better position than the teams at the bottom of the list – teams like the Chiefs and Eagles. What hurts Los Angeles is the fact that six of its starters are set to have their contracts expire in March. Among them are Trumaine Johnson, Sammy Watkins, Lamarcus Joyner and John Sullivan. Those three players alone will cost...

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Rams 2018 free agency preview: S Cody Davis

Cody Davis wasn’t a starter for the Rams in 2017 — or at any point in his career, for that matter — but he does have plenty of experience under his belt in five NFL seasons. He’s played 65 career games, most of which as a backup, picking off two passes and recording 59 tackles. As a free agent, Davis won’t be among the top-priority players for Los Angeles, but should he sign with another team, he’ll have a chance to start. That’s simply not the case for the Rams, who have one...

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Random Ramsdom 2/19: Free agency

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Kyle Brandt looks back on best draft stories | The Los Angeles Rams official page

Listen to GMFB’s Kyle Brandt talk about WR Cooper Kupp’s short story growing up

Can you guess what Aaron Donald is doing? | The Rams’ official page

Who wants to be a millionaire? Well, listen to Nate Burleson and Kyle Brandt play a little game

Los Angeles Rams fantasy wish list | PFF

Pro Football Focus’ team takes a look and lists some players...

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Should Rams franchise Sammy Watkins or Lamarcus Joyner?

Is Sammy Watkins worth $16 million to the Rams? Or would they be better off using an $11 million tag to keep safety Lamarcus Joyner?

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Look: Connor Barwin is in Tanzania with Vince Young, Chris Long

Chris Long is continuing his remarkable work in the community this offseason by getting former and active NFL players, as well as several others, to scale Mt. Kilimanjaro in Africa with him for charity. The goal is to raise awareness for clean water in East Africa, building wells in the process. Connor Barwin and Steven Jackson are joining him on the mission, and on Sunday, Barwin shared an update with Vince Young and others in Tanzania. Barwin is staying busy this offseason, doing so for a...

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If Trumaine Johnson leaves, Nickell Robey-Coleman becomes must-sign

The Los Angeles Rams completely retooled their secondary last year with a variety of moves. In addition to pushing Lamarcus Joyner back to safety and drafting John Johnson, the Rams also signed Kayvon Webster and Nickell Robey-Coleman in free agency, giving the secondary four new starters. Unfortunately, the new-look secondary could once again look very different in 2018. Joyner and Robey-Coleman are both free agents, while Webster is just three months removed from a torn Achilles. Yet,...

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Todd Gurley and his family will be on Celebrity Family Feud

Todd Gurley burst onto the scene as a rookie two years ago, rushing for 1,106 yards in just 12 starts. The buzz surrounding him slowed a bit in 2016 after struggling mightily, averaging only 3.2 yards per carry – lowest among players with at least 275 carries. He bounced back in a big way this past season, rising to stardom as the NFL’s Offensive Player of the Year. He’s made the rounds on the media circuit, from the NFL Honors show to NBA on TNT, but it won’t end there. Soon, Gurley...

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Seven Rams Included in Sports Illustrated’s 2018 Free Agency Tracker

Seven Rams players were named to Sports Illustrated's 2018 Free Agency Tracker — listing top potential difference makers and other significant free agents at every positions.

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Seven Rams Included in Sports Illustrated’s 2018 Free Agency Tracker

Seven Rams players were named to Sports Illustrated's 2018 Free Agency Tracker — listing top potential difference makers and other significant free agents at every position.

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Matt LaFleur admits it's 'always tough' to leave a team like the Rams

The Rams lost two key coaches this offseason in Matt LaFleur and Greg Olson as both moved on to further their careers elsewhere. LaFleur was hired by Mike Vrabel and the Titans as their new offensive coordinator, while Olson was poached by Sean McVay’s mentor, Jon Gruden, to head the Raiders’ offense. Both received promotions, and although LaFleur will have the same job title, he’ll have a chance to do something he couldn’t with the Rams: call the plays. There’s a greater level of...

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Jared Goff, Robert Woods ranked among best QB-WR duos in NFL

When the Los Angeles Rams traded for Sammy Watkins in August, it was presumed that he’d become the other half of a potentially great quarterback-receiver duo. Little did fans know that it would be the other former Bills wideout joining Jared Goff in that regard. Robert Woods, who was a fairly underrated signing, proved to be the Rams’ best wideout in 2017. Although he missed four games, Woods caught 56 passes for a career-high 781 yards and five touchdowns. Danny Wild-USA TODAY...

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Random Ramsdom 2/17: Offseason to-dos

Decisions, decisions...

2018 Free Agency Preview: LA Rams | Pro Football Focus

The Los Angeles Rams have a lot of important pieces set to hit free agency. Seven of the 13 players set to become unrestricted free agents were regular starters or had started at some point in 2017.

Barron, Webster both undergo shoulder surgery | NFL Network

Two of the Los Angeles Rams’ top defenders have gone under the knife.

As coaching changes go, Rams focus on growth of Goff | LA Times

Among questions the...

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Rams Positional Outlook: Wide Receivers

A look at how Los Angeles' wide receiving corps performed in 2017 and how the Rams are set up heading into the new league year in mid-March.

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Potential salary cap moves: Mark Barron

Opinions are split on Barron. What should the Los Angeles Rams do?

Fans’ jaws dropped when the recently relocated Los Angeles Rams gave Mark Barron a 5 year, $45M contract in March of 2016.

It was rumored at the time that Barron got the contract that was offered to former Ram and current New York Giant Janoris Jenkins. That was never substantiated, but it was known that Barron was not Priority A for the Rams that offseason.

Maybe that affected fans’ perspective, maybe it’s just all...

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Mark Barron, Kayvon Webster recovering from shoulder surgeries

Two members of the Rams defense can compare notes on shoulder rehab this offseason. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that linebacker Mark Barron and cornerback Kayvon Webster are both recovering from shoulder surgeries. Barron missed a pair of games at the end of the year, although he was listed on the injury report with [more]

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Barron and Webster undergo surgery

Two of the Rams starting defenders underwent the knife recently With a 17-game season comes a ton of wear and tear. For starters ILB Mark Barron and CB Kayvon Webster, that meant undergoing surgery. Now, this was no surprise necessarily for Webster, as his season ended abruptly with a torn achilles vs the Philadelphia Eagles. Obviously it made sense for Webster to undergo shoulder surgery (which I believe was for a torn labrum which he played with all season) as he is rehabbing for his...

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Report: Rams LB Mark Barron underwent shoulder surgery recently

Mark Barron played through a variety of injuries last season, from his knee to his Achilles, causing him to miss two games. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Barron underwent surgery recently to repair one of his many ailments. He’s now recovering from a procedure to repair his injured shoulder and should be ready for camp. Barron is a candidate to be released by the Rams this offseason, given his $10 million cap hit in 2018. He’s not a great fit in Wade Phillips’ 3-4 defense,...

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Potential salary cap moves: Should the Los Angeles Rams cut or restructure Mark Barron?

Opinions are split on Barron. What should the Los Angeles Rams do? Fans’ jaws dropped when the recently relocated Los Angeles Rams gave Mark Barron a 5 year, $45M contract in March of 2016. It was rumored at the time that Barron got the contract that was offered to former Ram and current New York Giant Janoris Jenkins. That was never substantiated, but it was known that Barron was not Priority A for the Rams that offseason. Maybe that affected fans’ perspective, maybe it’s just all the...

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Rams Positional Outlook: Wide Receivers

A look at how Los Angeles' wide receiving corps performed in 2017 and how the Rams are set up heading into the new league year in mid-March.

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Mark Barron, Kayvon Webster Undergo Surgery on Shoulder Injuries

Los Angeles Rams linebacker Mark Barron and cornerback Kayvon Webster both underwent shoulder surgery this offseason, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Friday.

According to Rapoport, Barron should be healthy enough to participate in the Rams' offseason activities. Webster, on the other hand, is also recovering from a torn Achilles tendon, so his recovery timeline remains unclear.

Webster shared a photo Thursday on Instagram after his shoulder procedure:

Considering major Achilles injuries...

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