Rams Announce 2017 Offseason Program Dates

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Head coach Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams will get a head start on their offseason programs this year. Per NFL rule, new head coaches are entitled to conduct an additional voluntary veteran minicamp. This year, five clubs will hold voluntary veteran minicamps. In addition to 10 organized team activities (OTAs). The offseason program is closed to the public.

The Rams Offseason Workout Program calendar:

First Day: April 10
OTA Offseason Workouts: May 23-25, May 30-31, June 1, June 5-8
Voluntary Minicamp: April 25-27
Mandatory Minicamp: June 13-15

Voluntary offseason workout programs are intended to provide training, teaching and physical conditioning for players.

As per Article 21 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, each club's official, voluntary nine-week offseason program is conducted in three phases:

Rams Phase One:
First Day:
April 10

Phase One consists of the first two weeks of the program with activities limited to strength and conditioning and physical rehabilitation only.

Rams Phase Two:
First Day:
May 1

Phase Two consists of the next three weeks of the program. On-field workouts may include individual player instruction and drills as well as team practice conducted on a "separates" basis. No live contact or team offense vs. team defense drills are permitted.

Rams Phase Three:
OTA Offseason Workouts:
May 23-25, May 30-31, June 1, June 5-8

Phase Three consists of the next four weeks of the program. Teams may conduct a total of 10 days of organized team practice activity, or "OTAs". No live contact is permitted, but 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills are permitted.

Article 22 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement stipulates that clubs may hold one mandatory minicamp for veteran players. This minicamp, noted below, must occur during Phase Three of the offseason program.

Each club will also hold a rookie football development program for a period of seven weeks, which in 2017, which is permitted to begin on May 15.

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