This new LA Rams rookie's unstoppable work ethic will delight fans

He may not play for former DL Coach Eric Henderson, but he embodies the #DAWGWORK philosophy
Los Angeles Rams Minicamp, Sean McVay
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He sees a job through to its completion

In the modern day NFL, loyalty between a player and a team seems to have been discarded to the wayside. It's not uncommon for a team or player to disagree on compensation. It's also not unheard of for teams to part ways with talented players due to limited finances or roster spots. It's all part of the business side of the NFL, and it can truly seem like a free-for-all in terms of chasing big contracts and pushing players to the breaking point.

Perhaps it's that anti-commercialism that attracts so many fans to the purer form of the sport of college football. Students who compete in NCAA football often are faced with the difficult decision to enter the NFL Draft and immediate begin to earn millions while playing the sport that they love. Or, returning to college football to ensure that they continue to create a positive impact on their college team.

Michigan Wolverines RB Blake Corum opted to return to play college football.

Okay, so how do all of these traits help the Rams offense? Hmmm, let me see. Let's recap what we have learned about the guy:

  • Disciplined
  • Attitude is positive and focused
  • Work-ethic oriented.
  • Gritty tough-minded competitor who won't stop until the game is over.

Well, imagine that. The Rams have drafted a true discipline of former DL Coach Eric Henderson's #DAWGWORK philosophy. With that working for him, you can already be confident that he will have a great rookie season.

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