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Offseason position reset: Running back

With the offseason program wrapped and training camp coming up on July 23, will be taking an updated look at positions on the team's roster.

Up next: Running back.


Key offseason moves

  • Signed Boston Scott. After spending his first six NFL seasons with the Eagles, Scott signed a 1-year deal with the Rams on May 1. He brings veteran experience to the Rams' running back room, and also has been in the mix for punt return and kickoff return duties during OTAs.
  • Drafted Blake Corum. The 83rd overall pick in this year's draft, part of what made Corum appealing to Los Angeles was the similarities in his skillset to starter Kyren Williams.

Who's under contract

2023 stats: 228 carries for 1,144 yards and 12 touchdowns, plus 32 receptions for 206 yards and three touchdowns in 12 games (11 starts).

2023 stats: 32 carries for 129 yards, plus five receptions for 22 yards in nine games (one start).

2023 stats: nine carries for 19 yards in 10 games.

2023 stats: 20 carries for 86 yards, plus four receptions for 52 yards in 15 games.

2023 stats at Michigan: 258 carries for 1245 yards and 27 rushing touchdowns, plus 16 receptions for 117 yards and 1 receiving touchdown in 15 games.

What's next

Getting a healthy Kyren Williams back in the mix. Williams returned to practice toward the end of OTAs, and head coach Sean McVay also previously said Williams will be ready to go for training camp after being sidelined for the majority of OTAs with a foot issue.

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