Throughout the 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 Tuesday, March 10 about your Los Angeles Rams.
PFF identifies prospect who fits Rams' need, scheme
Scouting service Pro Football Focus recently examined prospects who fulfilled a current need for each NFL team and also fit what they like to do.
For the Rams, PFF chose Ball State tackle/guard Danny Pinter.
"Pinter is one of those small-school tackles coming out of Ball State that is going to get increased attention with the athleticism he showed off at the combine," PFF wrote. "He ran a 4.91 40-yard dash (second to Wirfs among offensive linemen) while putting up strong showings in both the three-cone and 20-yard shuttle. He only has two years as an offensive lineman under his belt after a position change from tight end, but he's graded out well at tackle."
PFF's full breakdown on the Rams and the NFL's other 31 teams can be read here.
ESPN says Whitworth is the Rams' best free agent signing since 2015
ESPN asked its NFL Nation reporters to name the best and worst free agent signings since 2015 by the corresponding team they cover. Lindsey Thiry, who covers the Rams, named left tackle Andrew Whitworth as the club's best.
"He immediately stabilized the offensive line, which was key in the Rams' winning consecutive division titles following his arrival," Thiry wrote. "He also played a crucial role in reshaping the locker room culture."
Click here to see Thiry's full explanation on picking Whitworth and the rest of the NFL Nation reporters' choices.