Good episode, which would have been better without the 5 minutes spent on the William Hayes nonsense.
Ogletree has an edge, which might go a little far in practices, but I like the tone he's setting for the regular season. He looks like he means business.
Some of those camps fights were intense, with punches flying, and tempers flaring.
It's a little disappointing to see Goff calling a play, then saying he has no idea what he just called. He's simply not ready to start a regular season game, which is something I never thought I'd be saying at this point in time.
Sounds like the Rams know their In-N-Out menu, ordering burgers animal and protein style.
I'm not a big fan of Joyner's attitude. He screws up, and instead of using his frustration to work hard and make it right, he pouts and mumbles about the team off by himself. He's lucky he's not on the bubble.
Looks like they found a way to use Fisher's surfboard.
The Rock Gullickson storyline was great.
Speaking of Gullickson, watching him have to tell players the coach wants to see them, was difficult to watch. I never get used to the cut process....
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By JACK WANG / STAFF WRITER
IRVINE – Jordan Lomax was the last to go.
The Rams had already trimmed more than a dozen names off their roster to open the week.
With the 75-man roster deadline approaching on Tuesday, the team had one more cut to make. It turned out to be the former Iowa safety, who joined the likes of Jordan Swindle, David Richards, and the several others already sent on their way.
“They helped us to improve,” Coach Jeff Fisher said. “So you have to show appreciation for that.”
NFL franchises must slash their active rosters again to 53 by Saturday at 1 p.m. PT, but not everyone who misses that cut will be leaving Southern California. Players who clear waivers might also land on the team’s 10-man practice squad, which could alternately be viewed as either a purgatory or a bridge to a much longer career.
A year ago, that’s where Malcolm Brown found himself. After going undrafted out of Texas, the running back landed in St. Louis as a free agent signing. He turned 17 preseason carries into 69 yards, which wasn’t enough for him to make the final cut. However, the Rams saw fit to keep him around. In the final week of the regular season, they promoted him to the active roster, filling out a depth chart that had lost star tailback Todd Gurley to a minor foot injury.
This preseason, Brown has found his rhythm. The 5-foot-11, 224-pound back been the Rams’ leading rusher through three preseason games, his 155 yards on the ground placing him just 2 yards shy of the league lead (held by the Seahawks’ Christine Michael). While a roster spot still isn’t guaranteed, he appears to be the team’s third-best runner behind Gurley and Benny Cunningham.
“It feels completely different, just because of my mindset,” Brown said. “I’m a little bit more confident this year. Last year, being a rookie, your mind’s kind of everywhere. Stressed out a little bit. Now, I’m comfortable with the system, comfortable with everybody around me.”
Others have managed even more dizzying rises. Arian Foster began his career with the Texans on the practice squad in 2009, but left Houston this offseason having rushed for 6,472 yards and 54 touchdowns. Linebacker James Harrison bounced on and off the practice squad before earning five Pro Bowl nods and two Super Bowl rings with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
While most aren’t bound for such remarkable paths, it’s not a bad living. The minimum practice squad salary is $6,900 per week, which amounts to a six-figure total if a player lasts a full season. In the meantime, other teams are also free to sign them. Practice-squad candidates for the Rams could include defensive lineman Ian Seau, who recorded one of the Rams’ nine preseason sacks but might have a tough time breaking into a deep position group; and receiver Duke Williams, who only has one catch, but has made contributions on special teams. ...4 hours ago
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Nate BainDigital Media Manager
IRVINE - The Los Angeles Rams trimmed their roster to meet the mandatory 75-man roster reduction by splitting ways with defensive end Quinton Coples and 14 undrafted free agents Tuesday.
NFL teams must reduce their roster to 75 players by 1 p.m. PT on Tuesday. The final 53-man roster will need to be set by 1 p.m. PT on Saturday.
Tuesday Roster Cuts:
- K Taylor Bertolet, Texas A&M
- TE Benson Browne, NC State
- DB Michael Caputo, Wisconsin
- DT Zach Colvin, Bowling Green
- DE Quinton Coples, North Carolina
- OL Brian Folkerts, Washburn
- LB Darreon Herring, Vanderbilt
- FB Zach Laskey, Georgia Tech
- S Jordan Lomax, Iowa
- WR Marquez North, Tennessee
- LS Jeff Overbaugh, San Diego State
- WR David Richards, Arizona
- TE Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State
- OL Jordan Swindle, Kentucky
- QB Dylan Thompson, South Carolina
The Rams also announced that T Rob Havenstein has been taken off the physically unable to perform list (PUP).1 day ago
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