4 L.A. Rams players on training camp roster bubble

Training camp is in full force, and these Rams players are fighting for one of the final spots

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What can we expect out of the 2023 Los Angeles Rams? If you ask many of the known outlets, the answer is essentially, not much.

Sometimes, when you're not given much of a chance, that's when you're able to come out of nowhere and surprise some folks. Hopefully, the Rams can do that this season.

Speaking of not having much of a chance, though, there are a handful of players who are currently on the roster bubble and fighting for their jobs during training camp. Let's highlight four of those players, who may or may not survive training camp and find themselves on that final roster.

1. Tanner Ingle, S

At safety, the Rams recently signed John Johnson to come in and more than likely start next to Jordan Fuller. Behind those two, right now, Los Angeles has Quentin Lake and Russ Yeast. From there, though it's pretty wide open.

The Rams have a couple of undrafted free agents competing for what will probably be the final safety spot on the roster. One of them is Tanner Ingle out of North Carolina State, while the other is Quindell Johnson out of Memphis.

In his final collegiate season, Ingle gave up an impressive 76.5 quarterback rating while notching a pair of interceptions and pass breakups.

Ingle has been said to have had a greater impact on the Rams defense than fellow undrafted rookie Johnson, therefore Ingle might squeeze onto the roster as the fifth and final safety in this group. There is still plenty of time, though, and these guys will ultimately make their biggest impressions during the preseason.