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, Feb. 22nd about your Los Angeles Rams:
Rams Rookies Played Ninth-Most Snaps in the NFL this Season:
According to Pro Football Focus, the Rams 2017 rookie class played the ninth-most snaps in the NFL this season with 2,975 snaps overall. Los Angeles was one of the few teams in the league without a first-round pick in the 2017 draft, but its rookies still performed admirably.
Wide receiver Cooper Kupp and safety John Johnson II played the most snaps of all rookies with 736 and 715 snaps this season.
Auditioning for 2020 Olympics? Ranking Todd Gurley's Best Hurdles:
Rams running back Todd Gurley turned heads this season with his uncanny ability to hurdle professional football players. The Georgia product was a star track and field athlete at Tarboro High School in North Carolina, which has helped him utilize those talents on the football field.
On Wednesday, ESPN writer Alden Gonzalez ranked five of Gurley's hurdles from the 2017 season and assigned them a judge's score. The top five hurdles include his Week 2 leap over Redskins' cornerback Bashaud Breeland and Week 14 hurdle over Titans' safety Kevin Byard.
To see where the rest of Gurley's hurdles rank, check out the rest of Gonzalez' article by clicking here.
Webster and Easley Continue Recovery Process:
Two Rams are on the path to recovery this offseason after season-ending injuries set them back in 2017. Defensive tackle Dominique Easley tore his ACL during training camp to keep him off the football field all year, while cornerback Kayvon Webster tore his achilles in the club's 43-35 loss to the Eagles.
During the offseason, both have been busy training to get back on their feet. Take a look at their progress through these videos shared to their Instagram pages: