Rams Notebook: Inside The Hotel California

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Feb 16, 2016; Los Angeles, CA, USA; General view of Los Angeles Rams blue and white throwback helmet (1965-72) at the Santa Monica Pier. NFL owners voted 30-2 to allow owner Stan Kroenke (not pictured) to move the St. Louis Rams to Los Angeles for the 2016 season. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

As the Los Angeles Rams steam towards the 2017 NFL Draft, the organization makes some smart moves early in free agency. Also, news on new head coach Sean McVay, and the end of the road for one running back.

DO The Rams Need To Make A Big Splash In Free Agency?

This season, with the palace intrigue long gone, the Los Angeles Rams are keenly aware of what they are on the offensive side of the football. The only “intrigue” remaining is the names of those they need to take a long look at, and convince that Los Angeles is a destination NFL franchise in 2017 and beyond.

McVay Will Call Offensive Plays

As if Los Angeles head coach Sean McVay didn’t have enough going on, the first year head coach will be “hands on” with the offense, and he needs to be. McVay will call plays on offense, guiding and OWNING what happens on the field and with his second year quarterback.

L.A. At The NFL Combine

For the Rams, and every other team, the NFL Scouting Combine concluded this past Monday with the receivers and quarterbacks finishing their workouts last Saturday. L.A. needs help at wide receiver. Here are three WR that would look great on Sunday’s in Los Angeles.

Rams Make Early Free Agency Moves

With a new coaching staff calling the shots, the Rams did not hesitate to jump into the free agency frenzy early. On March 9th, the day that officially kicked off the NFL league year, Los Angeles saw both some key departures and acquisitions to the 2017 team.

Tre Mason Waived

Tre Mason, the one time running back and pretty good compliment to rookie Todd Gurley, was officially waived by the Rams, ending a bizarre and problematic tenure for the former player from Auburn.

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