LA Rams boast 7 players eager for their training camp success to carry over into the 2020 NFL season
The LA Rams ended training camp on Thursday, September 3, 2020. Now, it’s all about the tally. Coaches will compare notes and discuss them. Training camp footage will appear on individual monitors, and in meeting rooms. The first 30-40 positions will be unanimous. Starters for offense and defense will quickly be added to the official depth chart. In the two hours, the Rams roster work will be 75 percent completed.
Let’s pause here. While the personnel department and the coaching staff focuses on the remaining 13 roster spots, we can take a bit of a detour. After all, let’s feature some of the players who had a great training camp so far.
The year of opportunity
The Rams have a lot of veterans returning to the team in 2020. But the team also allowed plenty of opportunities for players to shine, earn a starting spot, and be key contributors this season. That blend is ripe for opportunity for young players, and for strong progress from returning veterans.
The Rams cannot lick their wounds, cannot look at history, and presume it will be a successful season. 31 NFL teams, teams not named the Kansas City Chiefs, all failed to accomplish their goals in 2019.} What the Rams can do is build positive momentum. The team finished 9-7 on autopilot. Now, with the focus of the entire coaching staff on improving the team, the Rams have a strong chance of doing better.