Los Angeles Rams: 30 greatest players in franchise history

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Marshall Faulk. St. Louis Rams
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Here are the 30 greatest players to ever put on a uniform for the Los Angeles Rams, with some of them even being part of the franchise in St. Louis.

Believe it or not, the Los Angeles Rams came into the picture all the way back in 1936 when they were established in Cleveland as part of the American Football League (AFL). Eventually, the Rams would not only go on to become part of the NFL, but also would make the move to Los Angeles for what ended up being the first of two stints. The most recent one took place just three years ago.

After spending 49 years in Los Angeles from 1946-94, the team would move to St. Louis for 21 years before ultimately returning to the West Coast prior to the 2016 season. Fans that remained loyal to the team were beyond thrilled to see them make the return to Los Angeles.

When combining all the cities along with the high amount of individuals that have been fortunate to wear a Rams uniform, there are plenty of players lucky enough to make a lasting impression for themselves over the years.

Whether it happens to be Marshall Faulk and Kurt Warner being part of The Greatest Show on Turf or Aaron Donald establishing a reputation as one of the league’s top defenders, the Rams have seen plenty of amazing players suit up over the years for them.

Not to mention, the Rams have had a handful of players such as Deacon Jones and Jack Youngblood making it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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As for which players deserve to be considered the greatest members of all time, well let’s just say it’s been one of the biggest debates over the years among Rams fans since everyone has their own opinion. Kicking off with one of the team’s greatest linebackers, it’s time to take a look at a new version of the greatest players in franchise history for the Rams.