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The Daily Dose: Rams Secondary Named Top Upgraded Unit Through Offseason

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, March 26th about your Los Angeles Rams: 

NFL's Top Upgraded Units Through Free Agency

Free agency is all about offseason improvement — replenishing position groups and finding the right fits to improve the club as a whole. As Pro Football Focus puts it, it's important to fill needs during free agency and through trades in an effort to head into the NFL Draft with as few holes on the roster as possible.

This offseason, a number of teams upgraded or maintained an entire position group extremely well. The Rams secondary was named as one of the units that most benefited from their upgrades heading into April's Draft. 


— CB Aqib Talib, CB Marcus Peters, S Lamarcus Joyner, CB Nickell Robey-Coleman

"Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips loves playing man coverage and this year's offseason strategy was clear: give him the weapons to run his favorite schemes."

For more on what PFF had to say about Los Angeles' revamped secondary, read the rest of the article here.

The NFL's Top 10 Offseason Priorities

The NFL is in full offseason mode and as such NFL Nation reporter Kevin Seifert is breaking down the league's top priorities for the 2018 season.

While general managers and head coaches are focused on their individual needs on field and in the locker room, owners and league executives will be coming together to meet on a variety of issues leading into the regular season.

Here are some of what Seifert believes to be the most pressing offseason priorities:

1) Enhance concussion protocol

2) Don't make the catch rule worse

3) Re-standardize replays

4) A smooth transition for the Panthers

5) Consider a targeting rule

For the rest of Seifert's top 10 offseason priorities, click here.

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