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    Just saw on RamsWire that Jared Goff was on Alex Bregman's Twitch Stream and said the new uniforms would be released "tomorrow", then backtracked a bit before saying "this week". The article made sure to state that "it was hard to tell by Goff's tone if he was being totally serious, but it's entirely possible he's telling the truth" given the Rams' proclamation that the uniforms would be rolled out later this spring and after the draft, which was nearly three weeks ago.

    I guess we stay tuned, as we all have been-

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    This week? This week is already half over. Why would the Rams not make an announcement on such a momentous event? They're just going to throw the new uniforms out there with no notice? This whole episode is bizarre, plain and simple. I have a bad feeling about it. Hope I'm wrong.

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      they are out NOW

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