Los Angeles Rams: 3 near locks to count on before they get to training camp

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The Los Angeles Rams are sure to be remarkably predictable when all is said and done come training camp. Here are three near locks to count on when preseason rolls around.

The Los Angeles Rams won’t be a complicated story in 2018. After figuring out a lot in 2017, fans have a pretty good idea who they are, and how they can and will win.

Which in many ways, is a pretty good road map for what Rams General Manager Les Snead and head coach Sean McVay will do in free agency and in the NFL Draft.

Some things we can get out of the way right now.

Yes, I know they need to sign Aaron Donald.

Yes, I know they may in all likelihood use the franchise tag on wide receiver Sammy Watkins, possibly compounding one mistake with another.

And yes, keeping Trumaine Johnson is probably a pipe dream.

But all those listed above may or may not be absolutes.

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The Rams winning 11 games and making the playoffs show how and why this team won after being dismal for what seems like forever. Also, seeing how they used quarterback Jared Goff, and also did not use him, says a lot about McVay and his offense.

Bottom line, Los Angeles this offseason is no Rubik’s Cube.

Meaning predicting what this team looks like when training camp opens isn’t a tough proposition.