Rams ready for OTAs with some questions needing to be answered

Los Angeles Times
Rams ready for OTAs with some questions needing to be answered
Rams ready for OTAs with some questions needing to be answered

For the first time since their Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots in February, the Rams on Monday will convene on the field for full-squad drills. The third phase of voluntary offseason workouts, which began in April, is a four-week segment that includes 10 days of organized team activities, commonly referred to as OTAs. It also will enable defensive coordinator Wade Phillips to assess possibilities for a unit that lost lineman Ndamukong Suh but added veteran safety Eric Weddle and linebacker Clay Matthews.

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