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 Thursday, March 8th about your Los Angeles Rams:
Potential Fits Are Available to Help Rams Defense Against the Run:
With the new league year looming, sports analysts and writers across the United States have begun to analyze the needs of every NFL team in the league. And this week, ESPN.com' Rams beat writer Alden Gonzalez is dissecting Los Angeles' offseason needs and how they can be addressed in free agency or in the upcoming NFL Draft.
According to Gonzalez, the club's biggest needs comes on defense — specifically, in addressing the run defense. While the Rams allowed the 12th-fewest points in the league while generating the fifth-most turnovers (19), the club did struggle against the run. In 2017, the unit allowed 122.3 rushing yards per game and 4.76 rushing yards per carry.
But fortunately for the Rams, there are several nice fits to help the defense shut down the run:
Free Agent Fits:
— Chiefs' nose tackle, Dontari Poe
— Titans' defensive tackle, DeQuan Jones
— Redskins' inside linebacker, Zach Brown
Draft Prospect Fits:
— Alabama nose tackle, Da'Ron Payner
— Stanford defensive tackle, Harrison Phillips
— Iowa inside linebacker, Josey Jewell
Rams, Chargers Ready to Sell Best Seats at New Los Angeles Stadium:**
On Wednesday, the Rams announced that they would begin selling season ticket memberships for the new LA Stadium at Hollywood Park for the first time next week. The massive sports and entertainment complex will be the future home of both the Rams and Chargers, beginning in the 2020 season.
Both L.A. football teams will start their ticket sales by offering premium seating and stadium seat licenses. For the Rams, the price range for the accompanying SSLs in the initial club phase is $15,000 to $100,000 with a variety of payment options — including short-term installment plans or longer-term financing.
For more information on both the Rams and Chargers seating plans, read the rest of the article published in the Denver Post by clicking here.
Webster Launches His Own Food Truck:
Rams cornerback Kayvon Webster is a man of many talents. Not only is he a standout player on the Rams defense, a published author, and the proud host of an online web series — Webster's Football Dictionary — but he is also the owner of a new L.A food truck.
The Miami native is helping to launch Vybe 305, a Los Angeles-based food truck aimed at bringing the flavors of Dade County to the West Coast. And judging by the food truck's Instagram page, the menu is filled with some incredible options.
Judge for yourself by taking a look at some options below, and be sure to check out Webster's newest business endeavor when it officially hits the streets this year.