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The Los Angeles Rams franchise was founded in 1937 as the Cleveland Rams. The Cleveland Rams played their home games at Cleveland Municipal Stadium, League Park, and Shaw Stadium. In 1946 they moved to Los Angeles and became the Los Angeles Rams. In Los Angeles they played in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum from 1946 to 1979. They then played at Anaheim Stadium from 1980 to 1994. In 1995 they moved to St. Louis. After playing one season in the St. Louis Cardinals home, Busch Stadium, they moved into the Edward Jones Dome, which they play in to this day. Throughout their history the Rams have been champions of the NFL three times- 1945, 1951, and 1999.

The Los Angeles Rams had a very tough 2016 season that did not go according to plan. The Rams finished the season with a record of 4-12, good for second to last place in the NFC West. The tough season culminated in the firing of head coach Jeff Fisher. To replace Jeff Fisher, the Rams hired 31-year-old Sean McVay, who will be younger than some of the players he is coaching.

After that the Rams had a quiet offseason leading up to the draft. They re-signed cornerback Trumaine Johnson and grabbed linebacker Connor Marwin in free agency. For the draft, they had eight selections, and had a good, but not great draft. In round one they selected tight end Gerland Everett from South Alabama. In round two they drafted the fast-rising wide receiver Cooper Kupp from Eastern Washington. In round four they selected another wide receiver, Josh Reynolds from Texas A&M. This was a theme because the Rams are desperate for young legs at the skill positions on offense right now. The other five draft choices were safety Josh Johnson from Boston College, outside linebacker Samson Ebukam from Eastern Washington who they noticed when they were watching film on Kupp, defensive tackle Tanzel Smart from Tulane, fullback Sam Rogers from Virginia Tech, and outside linebacker Ejaun Price from Pittsburgh.

The Rams are currently in a rebuilding process in their new Los Angeles location. This is a young team that is worth watching, and all of the rest of the young talent on this team need to stay healthy and develop chemistry with each other. Only then can the Rams move forward.

The St. Louis Rams are looking for big things from key players in the upcoming season. Will they pull it together in 2015? The team went 6-10 for 2014, and that's actually a bit worse than 2013. The team hasn't had a .500 or better season since 2003. They took fourth place in the NFC West last season. Their struggles continue. Prior to their hiring of current head coach Jeff Fischer, the Rams were considered to have possibly to the worst roster, talent wise in the NFL. The Rams decide to go for quantity over quality due to the lack of talent. They once held the second overall selection in the 2012 NFL draft, but traded it to the Washington Redskins for three first round draft choices. They entered the offseason needing help along the offensive line and at wide receiver. The Rams felt pressure to draft Johnny Manziel, but they still believe in Sam Bradford. The problem is, Bradford has been injury prone his whole entire career. The Rams need to do a better job of keeping him upright. They addressed this problem by drafting offensive lineman Greg Robinson with the second selection overall. They then drafted Aaron Donald, a defensive tackle from Pittsburgh. The Rams may now have the best defensive line in football. However they failed to draft a wide receiver, not a single one. They also addressed a need in the secondary by drafting Lamarcus Joiner, a cornerback from Florida State in the 4th round.

The Los Angeles Rams had a much better than expected season a year ago, finishing 11-5, which won them the NFC West. However, they did lose on Wild Card weekend to the Falcons. So what did the Rams do to build on their momentum from last year?

The Rams, with the exception of the Cleveland Browns, had one of the league’s busiest offseasons. Their first move was to release running back Lance Dunbar. Before free agency, they added former Pacers ace cover man Sam Shields, who sat out 2017 after recovering from concussions. It is a surprise that somebody actually cleared Shields to play again, after suffering four concussions during his time with the Packers. On the eve of free agency, the Rams made four big trades. First, they acquired cornerback Marcus Peters from the Chiefs. Next, they acquired cornerback Aqib Talib from the Broncos. For their third move of the day, they traded outside linebacker Robert Quinn to the Dolphins for draft choices. Finally, they traded linebacker Alec Ogletree to the Giants for draft choices. Their next move was to re-sign several players including center John Sullivan and defensive tackle Dominque Easley. In free agency, they signed defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and linebacker Ramik Wilson. They also acquired wide receiver Brandin Cooks from the Patriots for draft choices.

For the draft, by the time the Rams were done wheeling and dealing they ended up with 11 selections. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights. Their first selection wasn’t until round three, and that was offensive tackle Joe Noteboom from TCU. Their second choice was in round four and that was center Brian Allen from Michigan State. Running back John Kelly from Tennessee has a high ceiling as does defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph from Rutgers. The Rams went for quantity n this draft, and we will see how it plays out. The Rams made a ton of moves following a great year, and are one of the big favorites entering 2018.

The Los Angeles Rams are coming off a marvelous season that ended with a thud. They reached the Super Bowl only to fall to the Patriots in what has been referred to by many pundits as the most boring Super Bowl ever played. They made moves in 2019 that raised the hopes of so many past Super Bowl losers.

In free agency, they had little cap space, so they made just two moves- they added quarterback Blake Bortles to backup Jared Goff and former Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews for two years. Instead, they turned their attention to the draft.

They didn’t have a first-round selection, but despite that, they still had eight selections to use. With their first selection which was in round two, an elite defense got even better with safety Taylor Rapp from Washington. In round three they added insurance behind Todd Gurley in running back Darnell Henderson from Memphis. With their next selection, they added even more depth to an elite secondary with cornerback David Long from Michigan. Their next three choices focused on both lines- offensive tackle Bobby Evans from Oklahoma, defensive tackle Greg Gaines from Washington, and offensive tackle David Edwards from Wisconsin. They finished their draft with safety Nick Scott from Penn State and inside linebacker Dakota Allen from Texas Tech. The Rams have perhaps the deepest roster in the league at the moment. Can it finally translate into a Lombari Trophy in 2019?