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Slowly but surely, we’re getting closer to the return of football. On Friday, the Los Angeles Rams will begin rookie minicamp, along with 28 other teams across the league.
Typically, the Rams use rookie minicamp as a tryout session for players who are looking to make a team, but it’s unclear what structure and format they’ll use this year. Rookies have been arriving in Los Angeles this week, according to their posts on Instagram, but it remains to be seen if they’ll get on the field.
Rookie minicamp is scheduled to run from May 14-16, with OTAs getting underway the following week on May 24.
The Rams will likely put their rookies through some classroom work as they prepare them for life in the NFL. It serves as an on-boarding program and orientation as they get in the building and sign their first contracts, as well.
Hopefully Tutu Atwell, Ernest Jones and the Rams’ other rookies will get on the practice field to run some routes and get acclimated in Thousand Oaks at the Rams’ facility.