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Turf Show Times Jun 15, 2018
Can mid-round LBs make do in 2018?

Can mid-round LBs make do in 2018?

The 2018 Los Angeles Rams are looking to fill linebacker positions with plenty of mid-lower round talent. Will it work out? By now, the buzz surrounding the 2018 Los Angeles Rams’ offseason has reached all corners of the football universe. WR Sammy Watkins out, WR Brandin Cooks in. DL Ndamukong Suh is ready to plant a hand in the Coliseum turf and behind him is the newly-coined Lock Angeles secondary featuring a brand new set of Pro Bowl-worthy corners in CB Aqib Talib and CB Marcus Peters. Almost every position group on the field, including special teams, seems to indicate the Rams are...

Ex-Dolphin Ndamukong Suh looks like super addition for Rams

They have been part of the Los Angeles Rams for only three months, and they have yet to play a game. But as the team concluded a mandatory minicamp Wednesday, it is clear that defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, new cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib, and receiver Brandin Cooks already have...
Turf Show Times Jun 14, 2018
Random Ramsdom 6/14

Random Ramsdom 6/14

The Los Angeles Rams are clicking so far at their minicamp, even with the narrative that there are now “strong personalities” on the team. Suh, Peters, Talib, and Cooks look like super additions in camp | LA Times This is promising to see, but given that these guys are legit NFL stars, it’s not a shock to learn that DT Ndamukong Suh, CB Marcus Peters, CB Aqib Talib, and WR Brandin Cooks are looking sharp at minicamp. LA Rams wrap up minicamp led by strong personalities | FOX Sports This is going to be an easy story for NFL reporters to cover in the upcoming months. Expect to hear the...
ClutchPoints Jun 13, 2018
Rams CB Aqib Talib believes this is the best secondary he’s ever played in

Rams CB Aqib Talib believes this is the best secondary he’s ever played in

One of the big splash additions that the Los Angeles Rams made this offseason was the acquisition of All-Pro cornerback Aqib Talib to help further stabilize their secondary. Talib is expected to play a crucial part in their revamped secondary that features a blend of proven and young talent that could make way for them possessing […] The post Rams CB Aqib Talib believes this is the best secondary he’s ever played in appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Fox Sports Jun 13, 2018

Rams like how Talib, Peters and Suh are fitting in

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) When the Los Angeles Rams traded for cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters and signed defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, there were questions about how those three personalities might or might not coexist on the same defense.
Predominantly Orange Jun 11, 2018

Brendan Langley set to make a big jump in year two

Denver Broncos second-year cornerback Brendan Langley is set to make a big jump in his sophomore season. Can he seize a starting role? The biggest loss of the 2018 offseason for the Denver Broncos was undeniably the team’s decision to move on from cornerback Aqib Talib. Though he was one of the oldest players on […] Brendan Langley set to make a big jump in year two - Predominantly Orange - Predominantly Orange - A Denver Broncos Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
www.milehighreport.com Jun 11, 2018
Chris Harris Jr. ensures No Fly Zone remains intact

Chris Harris Jr. ensures No Fly Zone remains intact

What makes Harris so invaluable is he wants the team to return to its winning ways in 2018, and he’ll do whatever it takes to make that happen. The question has been asked since Aqib Talib was traded. What is the status of the No Fly Zone? Is it still active or is it time to move on? As long as Chris Harris Jr. plays for the Denver Broncos, the No Fly Zone is in full effect. He’s the embodiment of the group. The attitude, belief, character and swag all derives from Harris. He sets the tone with his play but also the expectation the other members of the secondary play above and...
Turf Show Times Jun 8, 2018
Random Ramsdom, 6/8

Random Ramsdom, 6/8

The Rams continuously are praised for their moves on paper, even from another executive. Offseason grades from NFL executive | ESPN (In$ider) The Los Angeles Rams earned high marks for their offseason as the executive anonymously gave them the highest grade of the offseason with key trades for Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, Brandin Cooks and signing of Ndamukong Suh. Rams look to attract San Diego fans | Touchdown Wire With the Chargers in LA too, the Rams look to attract fans via media. OL Continuity key for success | The Rams With the Rams starting offensive line coming back with a couple of...
Turf Show Times Jun 8, 2018
VIDEO: Behind the Grind, Episode 7

VIDEO: Behind the Grind, Episode 7

BTG heads to OTAs with Head Coach Sean McVay, CB Aqib Talib and the rest of the 2018 Rams. McBae is ready...
Turf Show Times Jun 7, 2018
NFL executives grade the Los Angeles Rams highly through offseason

NFL executives grade the Los Angeles Rams highly through offseason

The Rams took home the top spot according to an anonymous NFL executive. An anonymous group of NFL executives gave the Los Angeles Rams high props for the work they’ve done this offseason. Armed with limited draft capital, the executive was impressed with trades for Brandin Cooks, Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, and signing Ndamukong Suh. The Rams are also in position to earn third-round compensatory picks for letting Trumaine Johnson and Sammy Watkins go. Los Angeles Rams Grade: A- The Rams worked the system impressively. Acquiring Brandin Cooks, Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib by trade and...
Field Gulls Jun 7, 2018
How to spin an NFL offseason “grade” into anything you want it to be

How to spin an NFL offseason “grade” into anything you want it to be

ESPN’s Mike Sando posted an article on Insider this week detailing some NFL executives’ thoughts on each team and their offseason moves. Grades were then assigned to each team based on their moves and what the execs had said about said moves. The LA Rams were an obvious candidate for the highest grade in the class because of their acquisitions, including Ndamukong Suh, Marcus Peters, Aqib Talib, and Brandin Cooks. A fan could easily argue that the moves were a little overrated and that the chemistry could be difficult to pull off, but you couldn’t argue that those are four players who...
Turf Show Times Jun 4, 2018
Goff #38 on NFL’s Top 100

Goff #38 on NFL’s Top 100

The Rams’ franchise QB makes the top 40 for 2018. The NFL Top 100 for 2018 is absolutely stacked with Los Angeles Rams. Tonight, the fifth Ram was announced as QB Jared Goff came in at #38. That followed: #87: LT Andrew Whitworth #79: CB Marcus Peters #61: DL Ndamukong Suh #53: CB Aqib Talib And of course that means both RB Todd Gurley and DL Aaron Donald are still yet to come. It’s an impressive vote of confidence from Goff’s peers. He’s the seventh QB to make the list preceded by Minnesota Vikings QB Kirk Cousins (#94), San Francisco 49ers QB Listy...
Turf Show Times Jun 1, 2018
Random Ramsdom 6/1: Defense shaping up but needs time

Random Ramsdom 6/1: Defense shaping up but needs time

The Rams are going to lean on a bunch of younger players to fill the linebacker depth. Littleton gets first opportunity at middle linebacker | The Rams The Los Angeles Rams team-voted “2016 Rookie of the Year” Cory Littleton will get the first crack at middle linebacker. Takeaways from OTA No. 5 | The Rams Team insider Myles Simmons shares his top 10 observations from the sixth OTA practice of the Rams’ offseason program. New Rams players praise McVay | NFL The big Rams additions like Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib give the young coach credit for “crazy” offense. Donald is key to...
Turf Show Times May 31, 2018
OTA #6 open thread

OTA #6 open thread

Past the midway point and down the stretch. The Los Angeles Rams are now past the midway point of organized team activities (OTAs) today with OTA #6 the last such session of the week. Four more remain next week from Monday to Thursday before the optional mandatory minicamp the following week preceding the summer break. Suffice to say, we’re nearing the end of Phase III of the offseason program which means we’re closer to football. Yay. Injuries/no-shows Nothing new on this front, thankfully. CB Aqib Talib returned and WR Brandin Cooks got back in the mix. So it’s just the trio of ILB...
Turf Show Times May 31, 2018
Random Ramsdom 5/31: “Crazy unique” offense

Random Ramsdom 5/31: “Crazy unique” offense

Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib like what they see out of the Rams’ offense 10 observations from OTA No. 5 | Rams’ official site Team insider Myles Simmons shares his 10 observations from Los Angeles’ fifth OTA practice of the offseason program. NFL’s Great Expectations 2018 | MMQB MMQB’s Albert Breer covers 10 Teams, Coaches and Players (Plus a Broadcaster) to Watch, plus a whole lot more, to include expectations for the Rams in 2018. Suh likes practice and it’s benefits | LA Times Proven performance earns some privileges. In a nod to a new star player’s offseason regimen, Rams...

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