As with all other NFL teams, the Rams are ready to start training camp. Unlike many teams, however, this may be the most crucial moment for the teams’ success this year.
In order for the team to move forward from an ugly season, they can’t look back. This positive approach is governed by new head coach Jeff Fisher. Fisher’s optimism is hoped to trickle all the way down to the rookies who begin camp practices July 25th. After getting their feet wet, the rooks will be accompanied by the remainder of the team on the July 28th. Although the rookie practices aren’t open, the Rams revealed the dates and times of the community friendly practices which are available on their website.
Training is often known as a time for teams to gel, but the competition is in full force, especially for offense. Though the Rams have a healthy amount of draft picks and returners, they have yet to lock in a starter for the offensive line. This important duty will be of service to Sam Bradford, who struggled last season after suffering a high ankle sprain.
But regardless of the past, with high spirits, the Rams are focused on regaining the attention of the NFL and its loyal fans.