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The Daily Dose: Kupp Among Top Rookie Receivers, 2018 Senior Bowl Standouts

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 Monday, Jan. 29th about your Los Angeles Rams:

Kupp's 2017 Campaign Worthy of AP Offensive Rookie of the Year:

In the wake of SUper Bowl LII this weekend, writer Alden Gonzalez is taking a look at several Rams candidates who will be up for yearly awards handed out by the Associated Press. The awards will be unveiled during the NFL Honors show, Saturday on NBC.

First up for the week is wide receiver Cooper Kupp, who Gonzalez says is worthy of consideration for the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year Award.


"Kupp was among several Rams starters who sat out the regular-season finale, but he still ranked fourth among rookies in catches (62), second in receiving yards (869) and tied for fourth in receiving touchdowns (5)."

Why he should win:

"Kupp was a rookie third-round pick out of little-known Eastern Washington, playing on an upstart team that wound up leading the NFL in points -- and outside of Todd Gurley, he might have been their most productive offensive weapon. Kupp led the Rams in receiving yards while playing mostly out of the slot." 

Top Standouts from the 2018 Senior Bowl

Senior Bowl week culminated on Saturday with the NFL's annual all-star game, showcasing the top draft prospects who have completed their college eligibility. While there were a number of players who stood out throughout the week, the NFL Network's Mike Mayock pointed out his top-ten prospects who caught his eye.

Among them were quarterbacks Baker Mayfield and Josh Allen, linebacker Shaquem Griffin, and cornerback Michael Joseph.

Check out his full list by clicking here.

Brown to Host First-Annual Celebrity Golf Scramble

Right guard Jamon Brown announced the 1st Annual Jamon Brown Foundation Celebrity Golf Scramble, in partnership with the Coalition for the Homeless. The event will take place on Monday, April 9th. Brown's Foundation was created in an effort to impact the lives of those struggling with poverty, violence, and youth homelessness.

It also aims to improve upon the education and living situations in at risk areas, while bringing awareness to causes close to Brown's heart. For more information on the upcoming event, click here.

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