Stafford’s 2017 extension runs through the 2022 season; $43M remains on the deal. However, the Rams are more than $30M over the low-end salary-cap projection ($180M) and could benefit by a Stafford extension lowering his 2021 cap hit.
Should Rams consider Rudolph as a pick-up this year? Kyle Rudolph didn’t get to catch many passes from Sam Bradford, but he reckons that if he did the Minnesota Vikings might have won the Super Bowl in 2017.
Could the Rams and Chargers both host the Super Bowl next year? This week on Pod-TST, I didn’t only want to speak about the Los Angeles Rams ... I also wanted to hear what’s going on with the Los Angeles Chargers.
Slim Pickings After trading away their 2022 and 2023 1st round draft picks for Lions’ quarterback Matthew Stafford, the Los Angeles Rams have set themselves up to go seven seasons without a first-round pick.
A look at the players who carry cap savings The Los Angeles Rams are in one of the worst financial positions of any team in the NFL right now, but despite how things look today general manager Les Snead could get the team under the cap by restructuring several expensive deals.
The Rams don’t seem to have the resources, but Golladay and Stafford have a special connection I should have done this in early February, but on Tuesday morning I finally organized all of the 2021 NFL Draft and 2021 NFL Free Agency posts into groups that you can now easily browse on the front page.
Who are the Rams facing and have they gotten better this year? We’ve known who the Rams’ 2021 opponents would be for a while now. In fact, we already know who most of their 2022 opponents and 2023 opponents will be also.
Last season the offensive line of the Rams had a bounce-back year in performance and production on the field. For the most part, the Rams stayed healthy up front, playing four different offensive line combinations throughout the regular season and playoffs.
They aren’t big names, they’re big guys The Los Angeles Rams don’t have much money to spend, but they do have needs on the interior of their offensive line and Les Snead will need to get creative in how he plans to fortify their depth in that area.
The 2021 NFL draft is quickly approaching and though the Los Angeles Rams will have to wait until pick No. 57 to make their first selection, they could be looking for help in the secondary when they do go on the clock.
The Los Angeles Rams are hard at work scouting prospects in the 2021 NFL draft as the big event approaches just two months from now. One position they should be taking a long look at is outside linebacker, though finding a truly elite pass rusher at No.
The Rams claimed Derek Rivers off waivers from the Patriots late in November last year, adding depth to their outside linebacker group. He only played five games and was on the field for just a handful of snaps, contributing very little in his brief time with the Rams.
Jared Goff isn’t the Rams’ problem anymore, but the team is still stuck paying for the financial mess he left. The Rams were slapped with a $22.2 million dead cap hit, which will be on their books this season, so they’ll be faced with some tough decisions to make in free agency — especially pertaining to their defensive backs.
Less than two years after the Los Angeles Rams signed Jared Goff to a four-year, 134 million contract extension in June 2019, they moved on from him in a blockbuster trade with the Detroit Lions for Matthew Stafford earlier this month.