Top Rams News

  • Rams' Cooper Kupp: Goes through individual drills

    Kupp (knee) was limited to individual drills on the sideline at the start of OTAs on Monday,'s Lindsey Thiry reports.

    Kupp said he's happy with his progress but doesn't want to speculate on a target date for a return to practice. He's rehabbing from Nov. 16 surgery to repair a torn ACL and has been running in some capacity since at least mid-March. Coach Sean McVay said in April that he hopes to have the third-year wideout at close to 100 percent by Week 1. Kupp will be a little more than eight months removed from the surgery when the Rams open training camp in late July.

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  • Rams' Cory Littleton: Signs tender

    Littleton signed his one-year tender Monday, Herbie Teope of reports.

    Littleton put together his best campaign in 2018, recording a career-high 125 tackles, and was rewarded with a special teams selection to the Pro Bowl. With Mark Barron now out of the fold in LA, Littleton should head into training camp as a starting inside linebacker.

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  • Rams' Ketner Kupp: Joins brother in L.A.

    Kupp signed a contract Wednesday with the Rams as an undrafted free agent, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    As he heads to Los Angeles, Kupp will reunite with his brother, starting wide receiver Cooper. The linebacker shined during his senior season at Eastern Washington, registering 115 tackles (64 solo) in 15 games.

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  • Rams' Jalen Greene: Heading to Los Angeles

    Greene signed a contract as an undrafted free agent with the Rams on Tuesday.

    Greene started all 13 games as a graduate transfer for Utah State this past season and finished with 44 catches for 689 yards and six touchdowns. His signing officially puts the team at its limit of 90 players on the roster.

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  • Rams' Bryce Hager: Re-signs with Rams

    Hager signed a one-year contract with the Rams on Monday.

    Hager spent the first four years of his career with the Rams, and it now looks as if that streak will extend at least one more season, assuming he makes the 53-man roster. He's increased his tackle total every campaign while mostly seeing the field as a special teams player, culminating in a career-high 14 tackles in 2018.

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  • Rams' Josh Carraway: Signing with Rams

    Carraway was signed by the Rams on Thursday, Vincent Bonsignore of The Athletic reports.

    Carraway spent time with on the Titans and Redskins practice squads last season. The TCU product's last regular season action came in Week 4 of the 2017 season for the Titans before winding up on their practice squad. Regardless, it seems that Carraway will have another opportunity to fight for a roster spot.

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  • Rams' Todd Gurley: Joined by rookie third-round pick

    Coach Sean McVay denied that the Rams' selection of running back Darrell Henderson was tied to Gurley's knee issues, Lindsey Thiry of reports. "This had to do with [Henderson's] skill set," McVay said. "He was a player that we identified as a unique playmaker."

    The Rams have consistently conveyed optimism when asked about Gurley's troublesome left knee, but their offseason transactions tell a slightly different story, with the team matching Malcolm Brown's two-year, $3.25 million offer sheet from the Lions and then using the 70th overall pick on Henderson. While neither commitment is especially burdensome, they combine to represent a noteworthy shift from the Rams' dirt-cheap approach to their backup running-back situation the past two seasons. McVay remains adamant about Gurley being a focal point of the offense, albeit with more of an effort to monitor the 24-year-old's workload. Even if everything ultimately checks out with his knee, Gurley isn't likely to match his 2017-18 average of 22.7 touches per game. His stellar track record of efficiency suggests he's capable of returning first-round fantasy value without such a massive workload, though it would be tricky on anything less than 16-to-18 touches per week.

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  • Rams' Johnathan Lloyd: Lands in Los Angeles

    The Rams signed Lloyd as an undrafted free agent Tuesday, Lindsey Thiry of reports.

    Lloyd was the No. 2 receiver behind T.J. Rahming at Duke University in 2018, and he snagged 51 passes for 604 yards and five scores. The Rams have a deep group of wideouts, so Lloyd will need to stand out by making an immediate impact as a receiver and on special teams.

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  • Rams' Troy Reeder: Officially signed

    Reeder officially inked a contract with the Rams as an undrafted free agent.

    Reeder arrives as a productive player from FCS Delaware, racking up 131 tackles (63 solo), 2.5 sacks and one interception last season. He will face a tough task to make the roster, considering the logjam of players at the linebacker position.

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  • Rams' Nsimba Webster: Gets chance with Rams

    Webster officially signed a contract with the Rams as an undrafted free agent.

    The diminutive Webster is known as a speedster and caught 53 passes for 693 yards and five touchdowns in 2018 for FCS Eastern Washington. He also was effective in the return game, rattling off three kick returns of 40-plus yards in his college career.

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  • Rams' Matthew Colburn II: Heading to Los Angeles

    Colburn officially inked a contract with the Rams as an undrafted free agent.

    Colburn was productive last season for Wake Forest, rushing for 759 yards and five touchdowns in 11 games. He also added 10 catches for 96 yards, which may help his value. Colburn could have a chance to make the roster, with uncertainty on the depth chart behind starter Todd Gurley.

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Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 139.4
Def. 122.3

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