Los Angeles partially answered it by signing former Bengals left tackle
It’s at center where L.A. continues to bring in options with OTAs beginning next week. In early April, the Rams signed
At rookie minicamp over the weekend, McVay said Sullivan and 2014 seventh-round pick
“He’s got the movement skills that we look for in a center and he’s a big guy,” offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur said.
And L.A. made another move this week, claiming former Colts center
But aside from the listed centers, McVay has said offensive line coach Aaron Kromer is working to cross train interior linemen.
“I think just because you’ve got to have the season in mind when you’ve got seven, maybe eight linemen [active on gameday], if something did happen to one of those centers, typically it’s going to be [a] guard [filling in] — unless you’re going to have one of those guys that’s your sixth or seventh linemen be exclusively a center,” McVay said. “It’s important for those guards to be able to have some flexibility and be able to snap that football if some of those emergency situations dictate that.”
And so while Sullivan is likely No. 1 at the position at this point, the center competition will likely be one to monitor through OTAs and training camp.