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  • r8rh8rmike
    Rams training camp to open Tuesday with rookies reporting to UC Irvine
    r8rh8rmike
    Rams training camp to open Tuesday with rookies reporting to UC Irvine

    July 25, 2016
    Updated 4:14 p.m.




    Crawford Field at UCI has been transformed into a temporary practice facility for the Rams. Rookies are scheduled to report Tuesday and begin practicing Wednesday. JEFF GRITCHEN, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
    By RICH HAMMOND / STAFF WRITER

    It’s back-to-school time for the Rams’ rookies, and the syllabus appears rather daunting.

    Just a few months after most of them left college, the Rams’ 27 rookies will move into UC Irvine campus housing Tuesday, then hit the field Wednesday for the first of their two practices before veterans arrive.

    The big man on campus, naturally, will be quarterback Jared Goff, who made his name at another University of California school, the flagship in Berkeley. Goff, the No. 1 overall pick in April’s NFL draft, has a secure roster spot but will attempt to win the starting job during camp.

    The Rams last camped at UC Irvine in August 1994. Two months later, Goff was born, and in April 1995, the team moved to St. Louis. Now, 22 years later, the Rams have returned for five weeks of practice.

    The rookies check in Tuesday and get a two-day head start on the veterans, who arrive Thursday in advance of the first full-team workout on Saturday. The youngsters will need to utilize every practice in order to show coaches they deserve to deserve a spot on the 53-man roster in early September.

    Many of the rookies – six draft picks and 21 undrafted free agents – won’t survive the Aug. 30 first round of cuts, which will take the roster from 90 players to 75. Another 18 cuts will come Sept. 3, but that’s when the Rams can establish a 10-player practice squad and keep alive the NFL dreams of some rookies.

    The vetting process already has begun. Most of these rookies were on the field in Oxnard, in May for a mini-camp and in June for full-team optional workouts. Some stood out while others made little impact.

    The most intriguing battles might be at receiver and tight end, positions critical to Goff’s development.

    Only five or six receivers are likely to be on the roster, and fourth-round pick Pharoh Cooper, a standout in OTA practices, looks like a good bet to earn a spot with veterans Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt.

    That leaves two spots, and the question of whether returning receivers such as Brian Quick and Bradley Marquez can hold off rookies such as sixth-round pick Mike Thomas and undrafted free agents Marquez North, Nelson Spruce, Duke Williams and Paul McRoberts.

    The Rams, who typically carry only three tight ends, drafted Tyler Higbee and Temarrick Hemingway this year, and already have Lance Kendricks and Cory Harkey, who fills a fullback-tight end hybrid role. Higbee and Hemingway missed OTAs with injuries and need to make an early impact.

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  • r8rh8rmike
    Nick Wagoner Jumps Ship, Now Covering Whiners
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    I wondered why he hasn't had any Ram articles the last several days:



    Probably time to change that twitter profile picture with Todd Gurley....
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  • RamsFanSam
    GSOT Goodbye to the Dome
    RamsFanSam
    Yesterday, I had the privilege to attend the Legends of the Dome game, a benefit flag football game at the former TWA Dome in St. Louis.

    It wasn't quite the same - but it was great to see Warner send one down the field to Bruce for the first TD of the day - followed with the Bob 'n' weave. Reverend Ike, Torry Holt, Az Hakim, Jeff Wilkins, Mike Martz, Jim Hannifan, the Donut Brothers, Shawn McDonald, Orlando Pace, Mike Jones - they were all there. So were MANY others. The greatest thing of all is that they limited the number of tickets - only about 10000 were available, and they all sold. It was a very fun, family atmosphere - and I was lucky enough to have seats close to the tunnel, ten feet from the field. I admit, it was strange to see Timmerman and Wilkins score touchdowns. There was only one injury in the game - Wilkins had his ankle wrapped after being tackled while running the ball.

    I really don't know how to explain the atmosphere - the "Ring of Fame" is still there, so is a lot of advertisements with Rams logos, even the fireplugs outside the dome are still blue and gold. There were tailgates, thousands of fans wearing Rams jerseys...it was a game day feeling.

    Each of the players thanked the fans - and some got emotional. No one wanted to leave - the Dome officials actually had to ask everyone to leave.

    It was a bittersweet day - and a very sad one.

    It was the last time the guys from the GSOT will be on the field for a game...and seeing 80 yard passes, Bruce making a one-handed grab, Pace blocking 4 guys at once, and Holt running those routes...wow...what a way to remember the Greatest Show on Turf.

    Yesterday's goodbye was the greatest way the Rams could thank the city and Fans of the St. Louis Rams...and for the fans to thank the Rams....
    2 days ago

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