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 Friday, April 6th about your Los Angeles Rams:
Sean McVay on Why the Rams Will Be Different Than Dream Teams Past
This offseason the Rams added a new offensive weapon in wide receiver Brandin Cooks, while bolstering their defense with several dynamic playmakers — bringing in cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters, and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
With all of the movement during free agency, many outside the building have tabbed Los Angeles as 2018's "Dream Team." And while that designation can come with its share of problems, head coach Sean McVay is confident that this team will be different.
In this week's edition of the MMQB's GamePlan, writer Albert Breer is taking a look at the club's offseason activity and is answering perhaps the most important question for the team: "Given the egos, varied personalities, expectations, and contract situations, how in the world are they going to make it work?"
Read Breer's full article by clicking here.
**Krav Maga training has Rams All-Pro Aaron Donald Dodging Knives
Rams DT Aaron Donald has spent every offseason since he was a teenager training with speed and agility coach, Dewayne Brown. But this year, he seems to have taken that training to a new level, as evidenced by a video that went viral on social media last week.
The clip shows Donald dodging knives as part of a hand-speed drill. And although the knives were not real, the video has still inspired a wide range of reactions from fans and sports media personalities alike.
This week, ESPN's Alden Gonzalez is breaking down the unlikely training method, a fighting system called Krav Maga, that provides defensive lineman with the hand skills necessary to shed blocks quickly and forcefully.
For more on Donald's offseason training, check out Gonzalez' full article here.
Flashback Friday: Woods Running Track in High School
And in this week's Flashback Friday, take a look at Rams wide receiver Robert Woods closing out the 4x400 event at the Arcadia Invitational in 2010, as part of the Serra High School track team.