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Kromer looking forward to offensive line talent | The Los Angeles Rams’ official site

Offensive Line Coach Aaron Kromer is excited to see what sort of talent he has in his group during training camp. Rams writer Kristen Lago pulls some quotes from the coach and what he expects, also noting that the offensive line will go against an elite defensive line in practice

Behind the Grind episode eight trailer | The Rams’ official site

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Twitter roundup: Rams react to World Cup

Each week, we’ll be bringing you a roundup of the Twitter happenings from members of the Los Angeles Rams’ roster. Here are the most interesting and funny tweets from the past week: That’s it. A whole lot of World Cup reactions, Johnny Hekker and his son got all decked out for the Oregon State College World Series game, and a few teammate outings. Check back next week to see what the Rams roster has in store on social media. Sign up ...

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Main difference between Khalil Mack and Aaron Donald contract negotiations

Aaron Donald and Khalil Mack are two of the best defensive players in the league. They are also both heading into the final year of their contracts. They’re both angling for new deals and they’ve both threatened to holdout at various times to get those new deals. But, as Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com points out, there is a key difference in the two All-Pro’s situations.Donald held out of training camp last year while Mack didn’t. Donald showed up just before the start of the...

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No current players make Rams all-time 11 list, Deacon Jones leads the way

The Los Angeles Rams have had a number of all-time greats don the horned helmets, from Deacon Jones to Eric Dickerson. It’s why they’ve appeared in three Super Bowls and won one of them, led by members of the Greatest Show on Turf. Narrowing down the best players in franchise history is a difficult task, but that’s exactly what NFL.com’s Adam Rank did. In a recent piece, he picked the 11 best players ever for each franchise. Some teams were easier to pick than others, but the Rams...

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Aaron Kromer feels good about the Rams' rookie offensive linemen

When the dust settled after the NFL Draft and Les Snead was finally done wheeling and dealing, the Los Angeles Rams had made 11 picks. Three of them were offensive linemen, and while it’s tough to judge linemen without pads on during offseason work, offensive line coach Aaron Kromer is encouraged by their progress so far. First was tackle Joseph Noteboom at 89th overall in the third round. Then came center Brian Allen in the fourth, 111th overall. Next came small-school standout tackle...

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Michael Brockers says Ndamukong Suh is a 'great guy to be around'

When the Los Angeles Rams signed Ndamukong Suh this offseason, many questioned how he would fit into the team’s current culture – especially with outspoken corners Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib now in the mix, too. Suh has a reputation of being a dirty player who often tiptoes the line of playing through the whistle and taking it a step too far. There’s no denying the person Suh is off the field, though. He’s friends with Warren Buffett, is highly interested in business and has never...

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Todd Gurley jokes he benched 515 pounds when asked about Aaron Donald

Like Aaron Donald, Todd Gurley is a physical freak. He boasts an outstanding combination of size, speed and athleticism, which is what makes him one of the best players at his position. The same goes for Donald, minus the whole “size” thing. Donald shared a video of himself benching 495 pounds – while wearing a slingshot, mind you – which is obviously incredible. TMZ caught up with Gurley recently, however, and asked him what he thought about Donald’s impressive feat. Gurley was...

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Roster Preview: CB Taurean Nixon

The perennial practice squad DB is looking for a chance to break through on the Rams’ defense.

Taken by the Denver Broncos with the 251st overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft, Los Angeles Rams CB Taurean Nixon didn’t initially win a spot on Denver’s active roster. He landed on the Broncos’ practice squad but was promoted to the active roster prior the AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots in January of 2016 but didn’t see any snaps for Defensive Coordinator Wade...

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Random Ramsdom 6/23

Donald-Suh-Brockers? Donald-Peters-Talib? Does any trio of Rams’ defenders rank top 5 among the rest of the league?

Mack, Donald holdouts would present slightly different circumstances | Pro Football Talk

On the surface, they’re relatively indistinguishable. One was the defensive player of the year in 2016, the other won the award in 2017.

Zuerlein helps Fassel pull off spectacular gender reveal | CBS Sports

This is probably the best football-related gender reveal you’ll ever...

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Roster Preview: S Steven Parker

Can the undrafted safety from Oklahoma make some waves in training camp and fill out the depth for Lock Angeles?

Los Angeles Rams S Steven Parker was a three-year starter that played in every game and tied for fourth on the Oklahoma Sooners with 63 tackles and ranked third with six pass breakups. Back in 2014, Parker was the 53rd overall recruit in the country signing with OU.

Even with pedestrian speed for a safety (a 4.50 40 time at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine), Parker has good size,...

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2018 training camp schedule

Here’s your schedule for the Rams’ training camp this year

Today the Los Angeles Rams have released their 2018 training camp schedule:

The Rams will have open-practices on these dates:

As you can see on the schedule, each day will have a different positional group available for signing autographs post-practice.

Also seen on the schedule, the Rams first preseason game will be on Thursday, August 9th at the Baltimore Ravens. The few days prior are likely to be the joint practices...

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Rams announce 2018 training camp schedule, details for fans

On Friday, the Los Angeles Rams announced important details for their 2018 training camp at UC Irvine in Irvine, Calif. Camp kicks off on July 26 with the first practice being held at 3 p.m. PT. There are a total of 13 practice sessions – all of which are open to the public except for July 27 – giving fans plenty of chances to catch out the 2018 roster. All but one of the practices will begin at 3 p.m. PT; Aug. 16 is the only exception (9:45 a.m.). After every practice, players will be...

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Behind the Grind, Episode 8

The Rams do some good in the community and knock out media days before a feature on WR Pharoh Cooper and a visit to the new stadium site in Inglewood on the newest ep of BTG. Time to put the offseason program to bed...

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'Behind the Grind' Episode 8: Pharoh Cooper visits King Tut exhibit

The Los Angeles Rams released Episode 8 of their offseason series “Behind the Grind” on Thursday night, continuing what’s been a real treat for fans during this downtime. On the latest episode of the miniseries, the Rams visited their future home in Inglewood, Pharoh Cooper – who’s Twitter handle is @KingTutt_chdown – went to a King Tut exhibit at the California Science Center and fans get a behind-the-scenes look at media day. Additionally, the Rams go through minicamp practices...

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Watch Aaron Donald bench press nearly 500 lbs with ease

Rams All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald was named Defensive Player of the Year last season, and he doesn’t show signs of slowing down anytime soon. Donald has apparently been hitting the weights during the offseason, even though he’s been holding out on his contract, and elected not to report to OTAs. A video has recently surfaced, showing Donald bench pressing 495 pounds, which he did fairly easily. Check it out below. Donald — who weighs 284 pounds — is ridiculously strong,...

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Ranking the NFC West by position: Rams WRs stand above the rest

(Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images) The wide receiver position has become an increasingly important one in the NFL, considering how frequently teams have three and four wideouts on the field at a time. The game has become more spread-oriented with many offenses opting not to load the line of scrimmage with two tight ends and pound the football on every down. Having three starting-caliber receivers is key in today’s pass-happy NFL, so it should come as no surprise which team is No. 1 on...

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Random Ramsdom 6/22

The Rams’ defensive front is developing a strong rapport despite the absence of the league’s best defender

Brockers, Suh Building Camaraderie | Rams Official Site

In the absence of Aaron Donald, Michael Brockers and Ndamukong Suh have developed a good rapport, on and off the field.

Is Rams DL Dominique Easley on the roster bubble? | RamsWire

Rumor has it the oft-injured DL is facing an ‘uphill battle’ to make the roster. Talent has never been a question for the former first-rounder,...

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Is Rams DL Dominique Easley on the roster bubble?

Every fall, there’s a round of cuts where big-name veteran players get axed. To preview some of the more established names who might not make their team’s initial 53-man rosters, ESPN took a look at players on roster bubbles. For the Los Angeles Rams, it was defensive lineman Dominique Easley. Easley was drafted with the 29th overall pick by the Patriots back in 2014. Stunningly, he lasted only two seasons with New England before the Patriots cut him loose in April of 2016. He was...

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Aaron Donald, Todd Gurley nominated for 'Best NFL Player' at ESPYs

After an outstanding season in 2017, the Los Angeles Rams have burst onto the scene as one of the most fun and exciting teams to watch in all of football. Whether they’re dominating on offense with Todd Gurley and Jared Goff or Aaron Donald is obliterating opposing quarterbacks and running backs, the Rams are must-watch every week. The NFL world took notice last season and two of the Rams’ biggest stars are up for a fairly significant award. ESPN announced recently that both Donald and...

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Roster Preview: ILB Tegray Scales

A highly-rated draft prospect, does Scales have enough talent to crack the Rams roster as a linebacker?

When the Los Angeles Rams made the decision to trade ILB Alec Ogletree, they opened a large roster hole in the middle of their 3-4 defense. Not only was Ogletree a starter and someone who the Rams heavily invested into both draft- and contract-extension wise, he was the leader of the defense.

So while it’s likely that ILB Cory Littleton has earned the first crack at the starting job left...

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