LA Rams HC Sean McVay: “We’re further along in terms of installs”

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Okay, by now you are getting the status of some of the players from the LA Rams training camp. But what is the pulse of the team’s overall progress? After all, we are aware that some players who had been injured in 2021 were not fully recovered by the time that training camp opened.

That has a tendency to slow down the overall team, particularly if some of the players who are not yet cleared for full practice are integral in the team’s plans for the 2022 NFL season. But there are some wrinkles to this year’s training camp that are no

The LA Rams are starting to build momentum in training camp, and that is welcome news indeed. The team had to take the slow boat last year, as the offense was developed to optimize the talents of new quarterback Matthew Stafford, a player who had only been observed on video footage and limited OTA work a year ago.

That forced the team to adopt a slower pace at installing offensive packages because it was all new to quarterback Matthew Stafford.  This year, the team has no such limits. So understandably the team is further along in terms of the installs.

The Rams’ current pace in training camp is what we expected. Faster installs allow the offense and defense to get better quality work, cover more of the playbook, and allow more players to practice more plays.

It will also afford the team a chance to revisit what they doing on both offense and defense, and adopt better strategies to be better prepared for what they will likely face in the upcoming season.

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