Los Angeles Rams rookie wide receiver Josh Reynolds is earning heavy praise for how he looked in practice on Tuesday.
After the offense finished at the bottom of the league last season by only averaging 14 points per game, the Los Angeles Rams deserve plenty of credit for all the key changes made during the offseason, especially at wide receiver. From the recent trade with the Buffalo Bills to land Sammy Watkins to signing Robert Woods in free agency, the Rams have done an amazing job when it comes to building a better offense around Jared Goff.
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Even during the 2017 NFL Draft, Los Angeles may have found one of the biggest steals in the middle rounds when it comes to Cooper Kupp when seeing the level of impact the former Eastern Washington standout has had in such a short period of time. But believe it or not, Rams fans may want to monitor another receiver selected by the team right after Kupp in Josh Reynolds.
Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times discussed on Tuesday how Reynolds returned to practice for Los Angeles after battling a quadriceps injury for a few weeks, and based off what he saw, the former Texas A&M star put on quite the show with some of his catches. It may have only been one practice, but if Reynolds ends up making a name for himself over these final three weeks of preseason now that he’s healthy, it could help make Goff’s life even more easier when it comes to running the offense.
One of the best things about Reynolds is he’s always been the type of player who seems to play with an extra chip on his shoulder after seeing his journey to playing with the Aggies (attended junior college beforehand). Over the last three seasons at Texas A&M, Reynolds caught 164 passes for 2,788 yards to go along with 30 touchdowns. In other words, based off these numbers along with the rave reviews he’s receiving from practice, Los Angeles fans may have found another reason to be excited over the potential surrounding this offense thanks to Reynolds.