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The Rams are the best in the NFL at accumulating first-round picks.
Tavon Austin views this season as critically important to his NFL future and dispelling the chatter that he's a bust.
The St. Louis Rams finally confirmed what the world already knew Tuesday when they officially announced their 2015 training camp schedule.
There's not a whole lot of wiggle room when it comes to competition on defense since the Rams return all of their 2014 starters.
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NFL.com ranked the Rams' QB-WR-RB trio of Nick Foles, Tavon Austin and Todd Gurley 28th out of 32 NFL teams.
Some thoughts and observations from the St. Louis Rams' first open organized team activity on Thursday afternoon.
In terms of a major position battle, Isaiah Pead could push Benny Cunningham for the kick return job.
It's still too early to make judgments on any of the players after just one season, but we saw enough from some to know that the future is bright.
When the Rams signed defensive tackle Nick Fairley to a one-year deal in March, it gave them five former first-round picks on their defensive line.