From the Scouting Combine to 30 Visits to NFL Draft weekend, RamsDigest.com will be your moment-by-moment Los Angeles Rams guide. Dig in below…
MAY 18: 4 UDFAS HEADING BACK TO LA
After waiving five undrafted free agents on Tuesday, the Rams have brought back four of those players.
Tight end Roger Carter, defensive back TJ Carter, defensive back Daniel Isom and receiver Lance McCutcheon were re-signed, per the team announcement.
Linebacker Andrzej Hughes-Murray was the lone player not brought back.
MAY 17: RAMS WAIVE 5 UDFAs
The Los Angeles Rams signed 17 undrafted free agents following the 2022 NFL Draft earlier this month.
Now, five of those players have been waived, per an announcement from the team.
Those five players are listed below:
Roger Carter, Georgia State, TE
TJ Carter, TCU, CB
Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Oregon State, OLB
Dan Isom, Washington State, SA
Lance McCutcheon, Montana State, WRO
MAY 5: RAMS SIGN 17 UDFAs
The Los Angeles Rams finalized their undrafted free agent acquisitions on Wednesday afternoon, signing 17 players to deals. Amongst those signings are former Texas Longhorns kicker Cameron Dicker, who served as the team’s primary kicker on kickoffs and field goal, and was also the team’s punter.
You can view the full list of signings below:
1. Jack Snyder, San Jose State, OG
2. Jamal Pettigrew, McNeese State, TE
3. Lance McCutcheon, Montana State, WR
4. Brayden Thomas, North Dakota State, OLB
5. Benton Whitley, Holy Cross, OLB
6. Dion Novil, North Texas, IDL
7. Jairon McVea, Baylor, S
8. Dan Isom, Washington State, SA
9. TJ Carter, TCU, CB
10. Caesar Dancy-Williams, Wisconsin, CB
11. Duron Lowe, Liberty, CB
12. Elijah Garcia, Rice, IDL
13. Andrzej Hughes-Murray, Oregon State, OLB
14. Roger Carter, Georgia State, TE
15. Jake Hummel, Iowa State, ILB
16. Keir Thomas, Florida State, OLB
17. Cameron Dicker, Texas, PA
APR 30: UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS BEGIN TO FIND HOMES
Not every impact player ends up being selected in the NFL Draft, and immediately following the conclusion of Round 7, teams begin working on signing these undrafted players to minor deals.
You can view the full list of Rams undrafted free agents below:
Be sure to check back often as this list will be updated on a minute by minute basis
Jake Hummel – LB, Iowa State
brayden thomas – LB, North Dakota State
Daniel Isom – DB, Washington State
Caesar Williams – DB, Wisconsin
Jack Snyder – IOL, San Jose State
Cameron Dicker -K, Texas
Kier Thomas – DE, Florida State
Roger Carter – FB, Georgia State
Elijah Garcia – DL, Rice
Duron Lowe – DB, Liberty
Benton Whitley – DE, Holy Cross
Dion Novil – DL, North Texas
Jamal Pettigrew – TE, McNeese State
Scroll to Continue
Jairon McVea – S, Baylor
APR 28: THE DRAFT KICKS OFF
The NFL Draft kicked off on Thursday night in Las Vegas, with hundreds of prospects hoping to hear their names called so they can live out their NFL dreams.
FOLLOW EVERY RAMS PICK AND ALL NFL DRAFT SELECTIONS VIA OUR EXCLUSIVE REAL-TIME TRACKER!
APR 24: RAMS TO HOST GEORGIA RB JAMES COOK
The Los Angeles Rams will meet with Georgia running back James Cook on Monday ahead of the draft. Cook is the brother of Viking running back Dalvin Cook.
In 2021 Cook rushed for 728 yards on 113 carries with seven touchdowns and averaged 6.4 yards per carry in the Bulldogs’ National Championship season.
APR 22: EVERY PICK THE RAMS HAVE IN NFL DRAFT
The Los Angeles Rams will not have a first or second-round pick at next weekend’s at the NFL Draft, but will have eight picks to utilize starting on Day 3.
Here is a full list of the Rams’ picks for next weekend, broken down by round and numbered selection:
Round 3: No. 104
Round 4: No. 142
Round 5: No. 175
Round 6: No. 211
Round 6: No. 212
Round 6: No. 218
Round 7: No. 238 (from MIA)
Round 7: No. 253
APR 19: RAMS HAVE INTEREST IN NORTHWESTERN WR
According to a report from NFL Insider Aaron Wilson, the Los Angeles Rams are among a handful of teams who are showing ‘steady interest’ in Northwestern wide receiver Kendrick Price.
After a shortened 2020 allowed him to make only six catches for 66 yards and one score, the Lindale, Texas native recorded 28 catches for 430 yards and five touchdowns in 2021.
Price also had 26 catches for 372 yards and five touchdowns in 2019.
APR 17: WHO TO WATCH IN ROUND 3
The NFL Draft is less than two weeks away, which means speculation is ramping up for all 32 teams and their fan bases. For the Rams, however, things are a bit different than the rest of the league.
Without a pick until the third round due to trades, Los Angeles will have to sit and wait until day two of the Draft before they can make their first selection.
With that in mind, Pro Football Focus gave three options for the Rams to look at with the 104th pick, and what could be the best-case scenario
According to PFF, the Rams should be looking at defense with their first selection in the third round, listing Western Kentucky OLB DeAngelo Malone, Cincinnati CB Coby Bryant, and Nebraska CB Cam Taylor-Britt as players to keep an eye on.
The Rams will also be on keeping an eye on the offensive side of the ball, with needs both in the trenches, at tight end, and potentially at running back.
APR 11: RAMS MEET WITH GEORGIA STATE TE
The Rams have solid depth at tight end entering the offseason but could be in a position to select another one in the late stages of this year’s draft.
According to reports, LA with Georgia State tight end Roger Carter on Monday. Carter played five seasons with the Panthers, totaling 96 catches, 1,224 yards, and 12 touchdowns. His catch and receiving totals are both Georgia State records by a tight end.
A three-time All-Sun Belt Conference selection, Carter will look to give a team late-round depth as a pass-catcher and blocker.
APR 9: RAMS PICK LT LUKE GOODEKE IN PFF’S NFC WEST MOCK
Los Angeles doesn’t have many concerns heading into the 2022 season, but the offensive line could certainly be considered one of them. The departure of Andrew Whitworth on the left side of the line leaves a void, while offensive lineman Austin Corbett elected to sign with the Carolina Panthers.
but PFF released its NFC West three-round mock draft on Friday and has the Rams using their only pick in the first three rounds to select Central Michigan offensive tackle Luke Goedeke at pick No. 104.
PFF gave the pick a B rating and provided insight on Goedeke, who could find himself getting some significant reps as a rookie should he end up in LA:
Goedeke is overshadowed by his teammate Bernhard Raimann, who has the physical traits to be a first-round pick. Goedeke isn’t that, but he’s a legitimate run blocker, placing in the 97th percentile in run-blocking grade on zone runs, 98th percentile in negatively-graded plays as a run blocker and 99th percentile in run-blocking grade on gap runs. He needs some refinement in pass protection but for a third round pick, he’s a solid player.
Goedeke played four seasons at Central Michigan and was a key component to the Chippewas 9-4 record this season, the program’s most wins since 2009 (12). After a productive final season on campus, he’ll likely see his name called at some point during the draft. The Rams seem like a team that could make that happen.
APR 8: RAMS INTERESTED IN USC WR KD DIXON
The Rams don’t have their first selection in this year’s draft until pick No. 104, but are reportedly interested in taking a receiver.
According to Aaron Wilson of Pro Football Network, Los Angeles is showing interest in former USC Trojan receiver KD Dixon.
Dixon ended his career with the Trojans, but was a consistent presence on the outside for the Colorado Buffaloes in the four seasons prior. The Pac 12 journeyman had 104 catches for 1,250 yards and seven scores for the Buffs before transferring to USC for his final year of eligibility last season, where he had just three catches for 35 yards and a touchdown.
Dixon ran a 4.54 40-yard dash at USC’s pro day on March 23, proving his straight-line speed can be used as a weapon at the next level.
Considering the Rams current talent at receiver, it’s highly unlikely that general manager Les Snead uses the team’s first draft selection on a speedy pass-catcher like Dixon.
Still, LA could elect to use Dixon as a plug-and-play receiver that can be used for end-arounds, misdirection, or go-routes down the field. There’s also potential for him to be used on special teams as well. With all the defensive attention on Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson II, there’s room for Dixon to have a few big plays in LA’s offense.
Want the latest in breaking news and insider information on the Rams? Click Here
Want to join the discussion? Click here to become a member of the Ram Digest message board community today!
Follow Ram Digest on Twitter and facebook.