LOS ANGELES RAMS
2017 will likely have Los Angeles fans approaching the Rams with cautious optimism. Given 2016, it's hard to find fault with such a notion.
Rams new head coach Sean McVay and returning GM Les Snead have clearly identified the offensive line as a key area in need for improvement this offseason.
This week, the Hotel California takes a look at the Rams winding up free agency as the team looks towards the 2017 NFL Draft.
Last year,the questions surrounding the Rams was whether L.A. would take a quarterback in the first round of the 2016 draft, and could Case Keenum be “the guy.”
One of my favorite players last year was one of the most unheralded. The Rams said goodbye to running back Benny Cunningham, as he heads to Chicago.
As Jared Goff embarks on season two with the Rams, he’ll do so with seven games under his belt as a starter. Which is seven more than second string QB Sean Mannion.
Sometimes the simplest of things can be difficult, but come the second round, pick number five, the 37th overall, it's a wide receiver that the Los Angeles Rams should select.
When talking about playing style and stature amongst the WR position, Washington’s Jamison Crowder and the Rams Tavon Austin should be mentioned in the same conversation.
As the Rams continue to wind their way through NFL Free Agency, areas of concern still loom large. Questions at WR, another TE, and C loom large.
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.
I wrote a couple of weeks ago that the Rams should make a splash in Free Agency. They haven't, but they are filling roster needs one name at a time.
The Los Angeles Rams re-sign their kicker to a new deal. "Greg the Leg" gets paid. Also, a Tampa safety might make sense in L.A.
After the dust settled following a fairly active first 24 hours of free agency for the Los Angeles Rams, the team looks to fill some remaining roster holes.