Take a look at the list of undrafted free agents that agreed to terms with the Los Angeles Rams shortly after the conclusion of the 2017 NFL Draft.
It’s been a busy last couple of days for the Los Angeles Rams as the team used the 2017 NFL Draft to improve on both sides of the football, especially with providing more weapons for Jared Goff to work with in the passing game. From the additions of Cooper Kupp and Josh Reynolds at wide receiver to an effective pass-catching tight end in Gerald Everett, all signs point to life being much easier for Goff under center during his sophomore season with the Rams.
After struggling to win a single game in seven starts as a rookie, Los Angeles entered the offseason knowing the only true way to get the best out of their beloved quarterback was to build the offense around Goff. And when seeing the potential impact surrounding these rookies, there’s every reason in the world to believe the Rams’ offense may actually be fun to watch in 2017.
Along with the new rookies on offense, Los Angeles added depth on the defensive side of the football with the selections of Samson Ebukam and Tanzel Smart. And if all of these new additions weren’t already exciting enough, take a look below at the 11 undrafted rookies the Rams agreed to terms with shortly after the conclusion of the draft.
It should be noted these 11 players have only agreed to terms with the teams, and haven’t officially signed with the club, but it’s safe to say this group will be performing with a little extra motivation to prove themselves worthy to the Rams. At the moment it may seem like a long for any of these guys to earn a roster spot down the road, but it’s certainly happened on numerous occasions in the NFL with other players.
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As for Los Angeles and their performance in their first draft with Sean McVay as head coach, it was good to see the organization focus on improving the weapons for Goff to work with in the passing game, but it was surprising to see them pass on adding another offensive lineman. The coaching staff may feel confident working with the current group of lineman heading into next year, but this came as a major surprise since the offensive line was arguably the second-highest priority behind wide receiver heading into the draft.