Rams Notebook: Inside The Hotel California

0
1419
Los Angeles Rams
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

Free Agency remains the number one priority for the Los Angeles Rams. This week, the Hotel California takes a look at four stories making news in the City of Angels. Included this week is the latest from the team in free agency, tight end Tyler Higbee, L.A. signing veteran kicker Greg Zuerlein, and the difference between NFL cities New England and Los Angeles.

Will Higbee Shine in 2017?

To look at the Washington Redskins in 2016 is to see what some might expect with the Rams offense in 2017. If you’re tight end Tyler Higbee, you like what you see, and what might be this season. Can the presumed top tight end on the L.A. depth chart “be that guy?”

Los Angeles Making Moves

After the dust settled following a fairly active first 24 hours of free agency for the Los Angeles Rams, where the organization signed a wide receiver and left tackle, they took a few days to plan their next moves and got back to work addressing positions of need.


AROUND COVER32

Trivia Blitz: Enjoy a little St. Patrick’s Day fun with this football quiz

2017 Free Agency: Taking a look at the worst deals in free agency so far

cover32 Exclusive:: Interview with Baltimore Ravens’ safety, Anthony Levine


Rams Smart To Re-Sign Kicker?

The Los Angeles Rams made a smart decision when they decided to re-sign kicker Greg Zuerlein. According to Mike Garafolo at NFL Network, Zuerlein agreed to a three-year deal with the team, is set to average $2.25 million per season.

A Tale Of Two Cities: Los Angeles & New England

I wrote a couple of weeks ago that Los Angeles should make a splash in free agency, especially at wide receiver as they are sorely lacking at that position. To date, it’s been not “splashy,” but “still waters.” Will that ever be enough in L.A?

Previous articleCan Redskins D.C. Greg Manusky Improve On Joe Barry’s Defense?
Next articleAnswering mail Qs from Titans fans