Los Angeles Rams fans believe that drafting a receiver with their first pick in the second round is the smart thing to do.
Take a look at one final 2017 NFL Mock Draft before the first round officially gets underway in Philadelphia this Thursday.
The Rams opted to apply the franchise tag to cornerback Trumaine Johnson for a second time, despite the 20-percent raise over last year's eight-figure salary. Since then, mixed signals have emerged as to whether the Rams will keep him under the one-year, $16.
The Los Angeles Rams will announce their draft class with a Draft Party and Fan Fest featuring current and former teams legends, live from Barker Hangar.
Let's get this over with right out of the gate: This is one man's vision of an absolutely bonkers opening round in the 2017 NFL Draft.It's not a careful, measured look at what will likely happen
The Los Angeles Rams can solidify the selection of Jared Goff by continuing to add offensive weapons he will need in year two and beyond.
Former Los Angeles Rams / St. Louis Rams tackle Jake Long retires from the NFL after an injury plagued career that may have once been Hall of Fame material.
Former No. 1 overall pick Jake Long realized that coming back from a torn Achilles as he approaches his 32nd birthday was going to be a struggle. So Monday, he decided to call it a career.
The draft is the main attention-getter in the NFL this week, but teams are taking care of business on other fronts with offseason workout programs underway across the league. Jim Thomas of the St.
According to a new report, the Los Angeles Rams won't be trading cornerback Trumaine Johnson before the start of the 2017 season.