Yes, mock drafts are silly. In February — before NFL free agency — they’re silly and premature. But for the Los Angeles Rams, there’s no debating that acquiring cornerback depth this offseason is critical for success in 2017.
Los Angeles Chargers offensive tackle King Dunlap was arrested in Nashville Thursday night for allegedly violating a protective order.
Thirteen prospects from USC and UCLA have been invited to the 2017 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.
The Rams and Chargers are slated for one-year turnarounds before their rookie head coaches even step foot on the sidelines.
Edge rushers come at a premium in today’s NFL. Chargers outside linebacker Melvin Ingram is a few weeks away from reaping the benefits.
Only five days have past since Super Bowl LI, but the NFL never sleeps. I joined “Thompson & Trudell” on ESPNLA 710 Friday for some early L.A. free agency/draft talk. Among the topics:
Human nature is to gravitate towards familiarity. One month from now, Sean McVay will begin his first free agency period as head coach of the Los Angeles Rams. Developing Jared Goff is paramount, so it would help to get the second-year quarterback a playmaker.
ESPN’s Todd McShay has the Chargers selecting Ohio State safety Malik Hooker with the No. 7 overall pick in his 2017 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 released Wednesday.
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald trailed only Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady on Pro Football Focus’ Top 101 player list, which was partially released Tuesday.
Mike Shanahan’s youth-laden coaching staff from his time in Washington is invading the NFC West.