Check out photos from day two of offseason workouts for the Los Angeles Rams.
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 Wednesday, April 18th about your Los Angeles Rams:
A Look at Every Teams 2018 Strength of Schedule
Tomorrow fans will finally get to see their team's complete 2018 schedule. But ahead of Thursday's big league-wide release, the NFL.com is taking a look at all 32 team's strength of schedule, ranked.
The Rams came in tied for the fifth-toughest schedule in the league. Their combined opponents hold a 134-122 overall record, with four games against 2017 playoff teams and eight matchups against clubs with winning records.
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Tarboro's Todd Gurley Gives Back with Football Camp**
Before the Rams offseason program kicked off on Monday, running back Todd Gurley took one last trip during his time off. The North Carolina native went back to his hometown in Tarboro to host a football camp for young athletes held on his former high school football field.
It was the second-consecutive year that Gurley had returned home to host his M.A.D.E camp. And during the trip he sat down with WRAL Sports Fan to talk about how his life has changed since high school, and why he makes a point to help younger athletes in his hometown.
To read the full article and watch Gurley's full interview, click here.
With NFL Draft on the Horizon, the Rams Appear to be Set at Quarterback
In the week leading up to the 2018 NFL Draft, the LA Times’ Gary Klein is taking a position-by-position look at the team’s roster.
On Wednesday, Klein analyzed the team's quarterback situation. During an offseason filled with unprecedented quarterback contracts and speculation over the high talent-pool of draft prospects, the Rams were "the picture of contentment regarding their quarterback position."
A Closer Look at the Rams Quarterback Situation:
"Quarterbacks under contract: Jared Goff ($7.6 million), Sean Mannion ($1 million), Brandon Allen ($630,000).
Free agents: The Rams are regarded as possible Super Bowl contenders with a quarterback trio that costs less than $10 million. They probably won't be in the market for a free agent unless Goff, Mannion or Allen suffers an injury.
Draft: The Rams made a historic trade to move up and select Goff with the first pick in the 2016 draft. Their focus this year might be finding young offensive linemen who can protect him in the future.
Roster decisions: Goff eventually will be due for a massive extension. Mannion, a third-round draft pick in 2015, is in the final year of his rookie contract. Allen is under control through 2019."