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Demarcus Robinson, free agency and other Rams news for Cardinals fans

We made it to another offseason weekend, meaning it is time to check in with the Arizona Cardinals’ NFC West rivals. What is new with the Los Angeles Rams?

Below are a few stories about the Rams from the last week for Cardinals fans to know.

Demarcus Robinson re-signs on one-year deal

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Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports

After one season with the Rams, Robinson returns on a one-year contract worth up to $5 million.

He had 26 catches for 371 yards and four scores.

Steve Avila raves about Rams work with him

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Avila, drafted in the second round last year, started every game for the Rams as a rookie. As good as he was, he said in an interview he wouldn’t have been as good as he was had he not played for the Rams.

TE coach turned down Patriots OC job

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Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Rams TE coach Nick Caley was offered the offensive coordinator job for the New England Patriots. He turned it down to stay on the Rams’ staff with Sean McVay.

Rams' team report card improved

The release of the NFLPA team report cards happened last week. The Rams, ranked 25th in the league a year ago, improved to 20th.

Rams expect to lose 2 starting OL in free agency

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Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Rams expect two of their starting offensive linemen — Coleman Shelton and Kevin Dotsonto hit free agency. They are not expected to re-sign before the new league year begins. Dotson will be a hot commodity.

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