Check out the jersey numbers that have been assigned to the Rams' draft picks and undrafted free agents.
This offseason, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here’s a look at what’s out there for Monday, May 7th about your Los Angeles Rams:
<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Projecting Top 100 NFL Rookies of 2018:</span>
With the onset of rookie minicamps and offseason workouts, the players selected in the 2018 NFL Draft are finally getting acquainted with their new clubs and hoping to make their presence felt right away.
As these former prospects transition to the next level, the NFL.com’s Chase Goodbread is breaking down which rookies he believes will make the biggest impact in Year One. His top 100 list included two of the Rams latest additions, who came in at No. 80 and No. 87.
No. 80 — Micah Kiser, LB, Rams
No. 87 — Joseph Noteboom, OT, Rams
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Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart: Six new starters on defense**
Free agency and the 2018 NFL Draft have come and past and moving forward, OTA’s and minicamps will begin to take place around the league. And as we get closer to the regular season, ESPN.com is analyzing the depth charts for all 32 teams.
Here’s a preview of the depth chart for the Rams — as broken down by Alden Gonzalez — beginning with offense:
Quarterback (3): Jared Goff, Sean Mannion, Brandon Allen
The Rams need to find out a little bit more about Mannion, a third-round pick in 2015 who has thrown 50 regular-season passes in the NFL. Mannion can be an unrestricted free agent next offseason. Do the Rams like him as a long-term backup for Goff?
Running back (3): Todd Gurley, Malcolm Brown, John Kelly
Among running backs, only Le'Veon Bell took more snaps than Gurley last season. There isn't a whole lot of room for others to step on the field here, but Kelly, who was just taken in the sixth round out of Tennessee, has a chance to carve out a role as a pass-catching running back.
Wide receiver (5): Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, Josh Reynolds, Mike Thomas
No team ran more three-receiver sets than the Rams last season. Given the Cooks addition, that probably won't change in 2019. Coach Sean McVay loves his starting trio of wide receivers. Reynolds and Thomas profile as deep threats, but they're still developing.
This Weekend in Rams Social Media
This weekend, Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth posted an adorable video of his son Drew punting the football. In the tweet, Whitworth tagged his teammate Johnny Hekker saying, “Drew is calling you out!” to which the punter responded, “That’s a bomb! The kid has the genes to be an all time great.”
Check out the full exchange and video below: