5 Hot topics for Rams camp

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Aug 1, 2015; Earth City, MO, USA; St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Jamon Brown (68) walks out for practice at Rams Park. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

4. How well can the young offensive line hold up?

We’ve already touched on the battle and uncertainty surrounding the center position, but that isn’t the only position of question on the line. After returning two starters from 2014, Greg Robinson at left tackle and Rodger Saffold at left guard, the Rams will need to fill out the entire right side of the line. The projected starters at this point, are second-round draft pick Rob Havenstein at right tackle and third-round draft pick Jamon Brown at right guard. It is a risky proposition asking two rookies to handle an entire side of the line, but that is the position that the Rams find themselves in. Fisher was asked at camp how he felt about that very same situation, and he responded with enthusiasm and said he had no issues starting multiple rookies together on the line. If the line can hold up and give quarterback Nick Foles enough time to make plays and provide running room for both Mason and Gurley, St. Louis will find themselves in contention for a playoff spot.

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