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The Daily Dose: Friday, January 19th

This offseason, 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 Friday, Jan. 19th about your Los Angeles Rams:

With the NFL offseason on the horizon, writer Kevin Seifert detailed the 50 most notable players with expiring contracts. Several players won't be officially on the list until March and some could face the franchise tag when the franchise/transition period begins in February.

Two Rams — cornerback Trumaine Johnson and safety Lamarcus Joyner — were listed within the Top-20 list of upcoming free agents. The market opens on March 12th.

Rams running back Todd Gurley, who rushed for 1,305 yards and 13 touchdowns, is up for FedEx's Ground Player of the Year. You can vote for Gurley by retweeting the link below: staff writer Bill Barnell breaks down the projected win total for all 32 clubs next season. To do so, Barnell used their performance from the 2017 season, his knowledge of Las Vegas bookmaking, plus assumptions about what each team will do during the offseason.

Below is Barnell's guess as to what the lines might become in April for the Rams projected win total:

— Projected 2018 over/under: 9.5 wins

"Keep in mind that their Vegas over/under before Week 1 was at six wins with heavy juice (-160) on the under. Very few people saw this year's 11-5 breakout coming… Sean McVay's team improved by seven wins over that of 2016; since 1989, teams that have jumped by seven or more wins in a given year declined by nearly four wins the following season." 

Rams cornerback Kayvon Webster suffered a season-ending achilles injury in Week 13's loss to the Eagles. But after having surgery on his foot, Webster is already making the best of his recovery process. On Friday, Webster posted this video of him walking for the first time.

First Day Walking ! 🙏🏿🔝 Loaded #ReturnOfWebb

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