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 Monday, March 12th about your Los Angeles Rams:
Here's What Rams Should Be Shopping For in Free Agency
Monday represents the start of the legal tampering period in the NFL, where talks between teams and player agents are allowed for 48 hours before contracts can begin to be signed on Wednesday.
With that in mind, the LA Times' Gary Klein is looking forward to the upcoming league year and detailing some areas that the Rams might address through free agency.
2) Edge Rushers
3) Inside Linebackers
4) Offensive Linemen
To find out more about the team's free agency needs, read the rest of Klein's article by clicking here.
Check out the best photos of the Los Angeles Rams 2017 season.
Ranking All 32 Offensive Lines From the 2017 NFL Season**
The start of the new league year on March 14 officially marks the end of the 2017 season. And for that reason, Pro Football Focus is taking one final look at the season that was by ranking the league's best offensive lines.
Out of the NFL's 32 clubs, the Rams offensive line came in as the sixth-best unit.
Los Angeles Rams:
Total pressures surrendered: 151
Best player: Rodger Saffold
Combinations used: 9
"A unit that went from being a liability to becoming the strength of the team, the Rams' offensive line had a surprisingly solid season. Veteran guard Rodger Saffold had his best season to date, while right guard Jamon Brown was able to bounce back following a tough first month when he struggled against Washington and San Francisco. In addition, free agent acquisitions John Sullivan and Andrew Whitworth were still able to perform at a high level at the ages of 32 and 36, respectively… Overall, the line gave a big help to our Comeback Player of the Year Todd Gurley as Rams running backs averaged 1.90 yards before contact, the fifth-most in the NFL."
Spotted: Gurley Goes Sneaker Shopping with Complex Magazine
Rams running back Todd Gurley was featured in Complex Magazine's latest edition of "Sneaker Shopping" — a weekly video series that captures your favorite athletes and celebrities shopping for sneakers at Nike Flight Club in Los Angeles.
Gurley chatted with Complex's Joe La Puma about his go-to sneaker style, why he's a Carmelo Anthony fan, working with Champs Sports and being inside DJ Khaled's coveted sneaker closet. Plus, he also picks up three pairs of brand new Nike's in the process.