Rams News of the Day: June 27th

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**Today's Rams Topics**

Derek Carr’s new $125-million contract bodes well for Rams quarterback Jared Goff –LA Times

Carson Palmer: It’s great for Jared and this young group of QBs. It’s just continues to go up.

Jared Goff’s appreciation of Derek Carr’s contract is premature, at best –PFT

Jared Goff first needs to show that he won’t be a bust (roughly half of all first-round quarterbacks are) before he can even consider getting paid like Carr

With no long-term contract in sight, Rams Trumaine Johnson faces make or break season –OC Register

As the months dragged on without the Rams and cornerback Trumaine Johnson coming to terms on a long-term contract extension, the more obvious it became Johnson was facing a make-or-break 2017 season to secure his long-range future with the team.

Rams QB Jared Goff looking forward to second season

Jared Goff has much higher expectations for himself and his Rams teammates once training camp commences in Southern California.

Sean McVay With Rich Eisen on Jared Goff, Plans For The Rams & More –Video

Rams HC Sean McVay Talks Rams Offense, Gurley + More –Audio


Trumaine Johnson won’t reach deal by July 17 deadline for franchised players -ESPN

The Los Angeles Rams and Trumaine Johnson will not reach an agreement on a long-term contract by the July 17 deadline, a source told ESPN, meaning the cornerback will play under the franchise tender for the second straight season.

PFF Ranks Los Angeles Rams’ 2017 Roster Next To Last In NFL

The Rams fall just outside the top 30 best NFL teams according to Pro Football Focus.

Los Angeles Rams OL Ranked #18 By PFF

Well, this is a considerable upgrade!

Rams make right choice not giving Trumaine Johnson long-term deal

For the second year in a row, Trumaine Johnson will be playing under the franchise tag with the Los Angeles Rams.

Rams: Culture change should mimic Dodgers, not Lakers

The Los Angeles Rams culture needs a fix akin to baseball brethren Dodgers, rather than more popular Lakers.

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