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, March 28th about your Los Angeles Rams:
Rams, Vikings Making Super Bowl Push; Patriots Losing Key Cogs
We are officially two weeks into the New League Year and it has not disappointed. After a flurry of trades and free agent signings, it's the perfect time to take a step back and breakdown what's happened thus far.
The NFL.com's Adam Schein is analyzing the top moments from free agency — broken down into what he loves, likes and loathes.
Los Angeles Rams Going for it All
"The Rams are making Super Bowl-caliber moves. They revamped -- and upgraded -- the defensive backfield by trading for a pair of star corners: Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib. But wait, there's more! On Monday, the Rams supplemented these two back-end moves with a mammoth addition (literally and figuratively) up front. I'm obsessed with the fact that the Rams signed Ndamukong Suh. Two defensive tackles with three first-team All-Pros apiece? Good grief -- talk about a dynamic duo. This is going to be special. Offensive lines will be broken."
To read Schein's full article, click here.
Rams Feature First-Ever Male Cheerleaders in NFL History
The Rams cheerleaders made history this week by announcing that two men would be joining their squad for the first time ever in NFL history. Quinton P. and Napolean J. will be stepping out onto the field in 2018 alongside a previously all-female team.
And on Wednesday, both Quinton and Napolean — along with fellow Rams cheerleader Emily L. — joined the hosts at Good Morning America to discuss the audition process and what it took to make the squad.
While both the Ravens and Colts have male stuntmen, Quinton and Napolean will become the first-ever male dancers for a professional NFL team.