The St. Louis Rams invested four of their 2015 draft picks in offensive linemen, and at least two probably open the season in starting roles.
The St. Louis Rams' T.J. McDonald is mostly hoping to simply carry over what he accomplished from the season's second half into this year.
With Trumaine Johnson healthy and E.J. Gaines with a good season under his belt, the Rams enter camp with a legitimate cornerback battle brewing.
The St. Louis Rams added some new assistant coaches and changed the roles of some of the others as they enter their fourth season under Jeff Fisher.
With the exception of guard Cody Wichmann, who has a calf injury, the rest of the roster passed conditioning tests with flying colors.
The immediate presence of leadership has apparently been enough to make the St. Louis Rams want to keep Nick Foles around for the long term.
Although Todd Gurley isn't fully recovered from a torn left ACL, he was able to do some individual drills at camp on Friday.
Will Gurley be ready for Week 1?
Todd Gurley is coming off a torn left ACL with no precise date for his return. If healthy, Gurley could be a stud fantasy running back for the Rams this season. Fantasy X factors
Last year tells Foles' story
In assessing new St. Louis Rams quarterback Nick Foles, Eric Karabell says the fantasy numbers from last season are more valuable than from Foles' superior 2013 production. Quarterback tiers (Insider)
Another round of owners meetings set for Aug. 11 could spark more conversation about a potential move to Los Angeles.
Gurley's progress has fantasy impact
With reports of pristine health for Todd Gurley's recovering knee, the back might only miss a week or two. This makes Tre Mason a less appealing option in fantasy drafts. Running back tiers (Insider)
As the St. Louis Rams embark on the fourth year of the Jeff Fisher and Les Snead era, it's time to put up or shut up.
The St. Louis Rams open their 2015 training camp with their first full-team practice scheduled for 4:30 p.m. ET on Friday.
The Rams and quarterback Nick Foles have continued dialogue on a new deal, and negotiations could carry on into the season.
It would be a surprise if Nick Foles doesn't exceed the productivity of the backups that have been under center for the Rams.
Is the young Rams offensive line going to be good enough to hold up for an entire season?
The Rams have already made it clear that they'd like to sign Nick Foles to an extension, even before he plays in a game for the team.
What were Rams thinking with Cook?
St. Louis will have paid TE Jared Cook more than $20 million over three years after this season. The Rams have yet to see a player who can create downfield, if that was their hope. Grantland: All-bad contracts team
NFL Nation Buzz: St. Louis Rams
Nick Wagoner reports on the progress of running back Todd Gurley's recovery.
After opening with three losses in four games the last two years, the Rams have made getting off to a fast start a priority.
In the days leading up to the start of camp, we'll take a look at 10 burning questions facing the Rams as they head toward the 2015 season.
Upon spending the No. 10 overall pick on RB Todd Gurley, the Rams made it clear they have no intention of rushing him back from his torn ACL injury.
With Le'Veon Bell's suspension reduced to two games, the Pittsburgh star will be available to face the Rams in Week 3.
The Rams believe that defensive rookie of the year Aaron Donald is just scratching the surface of his ability.
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