Former linebacker and current NFL analyst Kirk Morrison joins Chris Hayre on The LA Slant Podcast to talk all things Rams.
With the NFL Draft two weeks away, I joined “Thompson & Trudell” on ESPNLA 710 Wednesday to talk Rams and Chargers. Among the topics:
The Los Angeles Rams began Phase One of their offseason program Monday, but the NFL’s prohibitive rules have put the team’s new coaching staff and franchise quarterback at a disadvantage.
The Los Angeles Rams have several needs to address in the 2017 NFL Draft, but safety may be the most glaring. Here are two names Rams fans should get familiar with:
Rams head coach Sean McVay said his running back Todd Gurley is motivated to bounce back from his disappointing 2016 season. But what happens if he doesn’t? Los Angeles would be wise to add a veteran runner to push Gurley in training camp. Even in April, there are notable options on the market.
It’s safe to call the first two weeks of free agency for the Los Angeles Rams, well, safe. The team’s biggest splash was signing durable veteran left tackle Andrew Whitworth to protect Jared Goff for at least the next two seasons.
I joined “Thompson & Trudell” on ESPNLA 710 Thursday morning to break down the Rams’ impending free-agent signings: Pro Bowl offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth and wide receiver Robert Woods, who played his college football at USC.
The Los Angeles Rams are expected to sign former Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The Los Angeles Rams are expected to sign offensive tackle Andrew Whitworth when the NFL’s new year commences Thursday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.