Intriguing position battles for LA Rams in 2024 will shock some fans

Los Angeles Rams Offseason Workout, Sean McVay
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The LA Rams front office has done its part once more. From the 2024 NFL Free Agency market to the 2024 NFL Draft, GM Les Snead orchestrated an effective and powerful choreographed process that has addressed the team's 2024 roster needs. That is not just in the sense of quality, but in terms of quantity as well.

Still, talented rookies will not necessarily be 'anointed' as starters on this team's roster. While the void for a starter does pave the way for some rookies to feel secure in a starting role this season, other positions are not necessarily so cut and dry. It's that uncertainty factor that will make the Rams 2024 training camp such compelling football drama.

And that is how it should be. The Rams are a 2024 NFL Playoff team. The bar for making this roster, whether as a rotational or a starting contributor, is as high as ever. That level of competition is simply the first phase of what will become a career's-worth of competition. Whether in the effort to secure an optimal role on this team, or in producing against opponents throughout the NFL season.

As much as we may have our preferences and even players we believe should start, we cannot allow the coaches to cut corners. Whether added to the team with the first overall pick or signed to the 90th training camp roster spot, this team must ensure that everyone has a fair and objective crack at contributing.

So, where will the most competition be found in terms of position battles for playing time in training camp? Even as we await the arrival of reports from camp, there are several areas of parity that all but ensure incredibly fierce competition. Let's run down where that competition may occur: