Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart

Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart

NFC West
SoFi Stadium
Head Coach
Sean McVay
Offensive Coordinator
Kevin O'Connell
Defensive Coordinator
Brandon Staley
Special Teams Coach
John Bonamego
Defensive Scheme
Team News
Rams Looking To Give Robert Woods An Extension

On the heels of Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp's long-term contract extension, head coach Sean McVay said that the team wants to give wide receiver Robert Woods an extension next. "We want to get him extended, too. He's a huge part of what we're doing. So, that's something that, I think, is definitely important," McVay said. Woods had six catches for 105 yards in the Week 1 win over the Cowboys, and the 28-year-old has back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons. Kupp might be quarterback Jared Goff's favorite target, but Woods isn't far behind. He has a consistent target share in this offense and is one of the safest WR2 options in football. Against a leaky Philly secondary, Woods has WR1 upside in Week 2.

14 hours ago
Cooper Kupp And Rams Agree On Three-Year Extension

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp reached an agreement with the team on a three-year, $48 million extension on Saturday. Kupp will now be paid like a top-12 wideout after becoming the only receiver to record at least 90 catches, 1,100 receiving yards and 10 receiving touchdowns in 2019. The 27-year-old is a good bet to finish as a WR1 this year in the Rams' wide receiver-friendly offense. Kupp has a semi-tough matchup on Sunday against Dallas, though he's talented enough to produce great numbers.

5 days ago
Darrell Henderson Jr. Will Be Active Sunday Night

Los Angeles Rams running back Darrell HendersonJr. (hamstring) had been dealing with a soft-tissue injury for the last couple of weeks, and his status for Week 1 was in question. On Friday, he completed his third consecutive day of full practice, and head coach Sean McVay stated that all of his players would be available to face the Cowboys on Sunday night. Henderson will likely be splitting touches heavily with fellow running backs Cam Akers and Malcolm Brown. Until we know more about the touch distribution in this committee backfield, Henderson will probably have more value in real life than in fantasy football.

6 days ago
Rams Defense Should Be Avoided In Week 1

The Los Angeles Rams Defense was one of the better groups for fantasy just a couple of years ago. However, with the mass exodus of talent, they're a shell of that group and they can't be trusted on a consistent basis. With stars like Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey, they have some bright spots, but it's not enough to slow down this Dallas Cowboys group that can be a truly elite offense. We're not expecting the Cowboys Defense to do much better, but this game could turn into a shootout where the Rams are giving up points in bunches. Defenses are easier to stream on a weekly basis, and this is not one that we'd recommend to kick off the season.

7 days ago
Malcolm Brown Shouldn't Be Started In Week 1

Los Angeles Rams running back Malcolm Brown was a thorn last year with his ability to vulture touchdowns from former teammate Todd Gurley. While there is a possibility he does better this year, there's no guarantee with the crowded backfield they're currently trotting out. The team added running back Cam Akers in the draft after drafting Darrell Henderson last offseason. In Week 1, the Rams will debut their running-back-by-committee approach, with Akers likely leading in touches. While Brown should have a role, fantasy managers will likely want to take a wait-and-see approach before they throw him into their lineups in Week 1 against the Cowboys.

8 days ago