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OTAs Are Over. Let’s Hope the Young Rams Behave Themselves.

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This week marked the end of the NFL offseason workout program. It also marked the beginning of the time when teams’ public relations staffers lose sleep over what trouble their players will get into during the dreaded downtime. Idle time is the devil’s playground, you know. That’s especially true for newly-professional athletes with lots of fake money, lots of fake girls, ...

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The Rams’ Young Offensive Line Has Much to Prove

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Young and athletic. You’ll hear those adjectives used ad nauseam leading up to the Rams’ 2015 season, but in the case of the offensive line, they’re fitting descriptions. I’d be shocked if Tim Barnes and second-round pick Rob Havenstein (6-7, 321) are not week one starters at center and right tackle, respectively. Remember when Kyle Turley was just a right tackle ...

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Winston vs. Mariota – Who Can Hang at Pro Level?

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Jameis Winston vs. Marcus Mariota…it’s the topic that just won’t quit. Bravo to NFL Network’s Mike Mayock for ranking Mariota ahead of Winston as his top quarterback going into the draft. Most rankings had Winston going to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers later this month as the number one overall selection, so I applaud Mayock for going out on a limb. It’s refreshing to have intrigue ...

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Weighing the Importance of the Point After Attempt

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I’m on the fence about the NFL potentially making changes to the time-honored point after attempt. If the Competition Committee gets its way, the PAT is going the way of the dodo, meaning professional football could change sometime this May if someone comes up with a viable plan. To most people, it’s a meaningless play with a predictable outcome in an otherwise unpredictable sport. ...

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Proposal to Restrict Chop Block in NFL is Reason to Celebrate

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NFL player safety advocates have cause for celebration. The Competition Committee’s recent plea to the owners to approve a rule to further restrict chop blocks is a much needed move towards protecting players. The new rule would make it illegal for a running back to chop a defender below the waist when engaged with another blocker outside the tackle box. ...

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