After leaving field, LA Rams OT Tremayne Anchrum okay

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The LA Rams fans were forced to wonder about the reason for offensive lineman Tremayne Anchrum to leave the practice field. Without warning, something compelled offensive lineman Tremayne Anchrum to be helped off the practice field today. You may note that the Rams roster has seen quite an uptick in dings and dents, bumps, and bruises this year.

No player wants to miss practice time, and this year the pressure upon offensive linemen to make positive impressions with a new offensive line coach is doubly important. Tremayne Anchrum may only be a second-year player, but he is vital enough to the LA Rams as he is the only offensive lineman in his contract cycle. In short, he is one of the few players on the LA Rams roster whose contract extended beyond 2022.

That’s pretty important to note.

So when he had to be helped off the field, it concerned more than a few people. Thankfully, it should be something that will resolve itself in a day or two.

Anchrum has had a number of glowing reports, and he seemed to be right at home at the tackle position in the Rams’ first preseason game against the LA Chargers.

This week’s joint practice and preseason game are the next step for players like Anchrum to solidify their hold on a roster spot. Consistency and progress are the keys for anyone not named to the starting roles to earn their shot of playing for the LA Rams this year. Anchrum is one of those players who has been showing both.

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Anchrum will be one of the key players to track in the Saturday preseason game against the Raiders, and his performance will play an important part in the upcoming roster cuts due for August 24, 2021. It sounds as though he will be back in a day or two. Let’s hope that is all the longer it will take.