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Tue Jul 21, 2020 11:48 pm

Rookies started camp today....

QBs and injured for rehab check in on 23rd/Thurs...

The Vets check in on the 28th/Tues

Most likely 10 rookies/UDFA will be cut on the 28th also since only 80 players can be in camp at a given time because of this CV per Leagues requirements...

No pre-season games

No fans in the stands....

I just check, my game against the Giants are canceled....

But at least I'll get a refund back...



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Sun Jul 26, 2020 9:52 am

My surprise that Wolf was cut this early,
He looked good on tape...




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Rams Training Camp schedule announced


Veterans officially reported for training camp Tuesday, while rookies, quarterbacks and injured players did so on Monday, kicking things off with their first round of COVID-19 testing. Each group must test negative three times before entering the facility to begin taking physicals, picking up equipment and conducting workouts.

Players will then be tested daily for two weeks beginning today – the earliest they can get physicals and equipment – and if the rate of positive results is less than five percent by the two-week mark, testing will be conducted every other day.

The rest of the time leading into the regular season will look like this. Note: All training camp activities and practices are closed to fans.

Aug. 1-2 – Players who recorded three negative tests may begin getting physicals and picking up equipment.

Aug. 3-7, 9-11 – Acclimation period with 60 minutes of weight room work and 60 minutes of on-field conditioning work in small groups of no more than 15. Only strength and conditioning coaches are allowed on the field during this period, which is subject to traditional Phase 1 organized team activities (OTA) rules.

Per those rules, only quarterbacks, receivers, kickers, punters and long snappers are allowed to use footballs – "quarterbacks can throw to receivers with no coverage, kickers and punters can kick, but players cannot field the ball and no snappers or holders can be involved, long snappers can snap into a net, defensive players may not catch balls at all regardless of who is throwing them."

Walk-thrus no longer than 60 minutes can be conducted the first four days, up to 75 minutes on the final four days.

Aug. 13-15, 17 – Gradual ramp-up period with a 90-minute practice on Day 1, with no more than 15 minute daily increase (up to a daily maximum of 120 minutes). On-field instruction – practices, walk-thrus, etc. – may not exceed 3.5 hours each day. Aug. 13 and Aug. 14 kick off Phase 2 activities, with players allowed to wear helmets and protective shirts. Non-padded practices will take place Aug. 14 and 16, with helmets, spiders and shells allowed.

Aug. 16 – Per a league memo sent to teams last week, all rosters must be reduced from 90 to 80 players by this date.

Aug. 18-Sept. 6 – Contact integration period beginning with 90-minute durations, followed by 15-minute daily increases. Increase or decrease following an off day is prohibited. Time limits are dictated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, and no more than 14 padded practices can be conducted during this period.

Sept. 5 – Teams' 80-man offseason rosters must be trimmed to their 53-man regular season versions by 1 p.m. pacific time Sept. 5.

Sept. 6 – Claiming period for players placed on waivers at this point will end at 9 a.m. pacific time Sept. 6. Teams can begin assembling their practice squads an hour later.

Sept. 7 – Rams officially begin preparing for their Week 1 and SoFi Stadium opener against the Dallas Cowboys under in-season rules.



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Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:44 pm

With no pre season games your camp updates are much appreciated



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69RamFan wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:38 pm







Rams Training Camp schedule announced


Veterans officially reported for training camp Tuesday, while rookies, quarterbacks and injured players did so on Monday, kicking things off with their first round of COVID-19 testing. Each group must test negative three times before entering the facility to begin taking physicals, picking up equipment and conducting workouts.

Players will then be tested daily for two weeks beginning today – the earliest they can get physicals and equipment – and if the rate of positive results is less than five percent by the two-week mark, testing will be conducted every other day.

The rest of the time leading into the regular season will look like this. Note: All training camp activities and practices are closed to fans.

Aug. 1-2 – Players who recorded three negative tests may begin getting physicals and picking up equipment.

Aug. 3-7, 9-11 – Acclimation period with 60 minutes of weight room work and 60 minutes of on-field conditioning work in small groups of no more than 15. Only strength and conditioning coaches are allowed on the field during this period, which is subject to traditional Phase 1 organized team activities (OTA) rules.

Per those rules, only quarterbacks, receivers, kickers, punters and long snappers are allowed to use footballs – "quarterbacks can throw to receivers with no coverage, kickers and punters can kick, but players cannot field the ball and no snappers or holders can be involved, long snappers can snap into a net, defensive players may not catch balls at all regardless of who is throwing them."

Walk-thrus no longer than 60 minutes can be conducted the first four days, up to 75 minutes on the final four days.

Aug. 13-15, 17 – Gradual ramp-up period with a 90-minute practice on Day 1, with no more than 15 minute daily increase (up to a daily maximum of 120 minutes). On-field instruction – practices, walk-thrus, etc. – may not exceed 3.5 hours each day. Aug. 13 and Aug. 14 kick off Phase 2 activities, with players allowed to wear helmets and protective shirts. Non-padded practices will take place Aug. 14 and 16, with helmets, spiders and shells allowed.

Aug. 16 – Per a league memo sent to teams last week, all rosters must be reduced from 90 to 80 players by this date.

Aug. 18-Sept. 6 – Contact integration period beginning with 90-minute durations, followed by 15-minute daily increases. Increase or decrease following an off day is prohibited. Time limits are dictated by the Collective Bargaining Agreement, and no more than 14 padded practices can be conducted during this period.

Sept. 5 – Teams' 80-man offseason rosters must be trimmed to their 53-man regular season versions by 1 p.m. pacific time Sept. 5.

Sept. 6 – Claiming period for players placed on waivers at this point will end at 9 a.m. pacific time Sept. 6. Teams can begin assembling their practice squads an hour later.

Sept. 7 – Rams officially begin preparing for their Week 1 and SoFi Stadium opener against the Dallas Cowboys under in-season rules.
Sep 5th will be an interesting day. And it seems that only the coaches and team will see who performs well (since no preseason games), so we could see some surprising cuts and also some guys that make the 53.


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toast49 wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:44 pm
With no pre season games your camp updates are much appreciated

What's going to suck,,,,

With no real physical contact training until the last few weeks going into our first game,,,

There's going to be some real sloppy plays....

I still think our Offense should still look good,

Because we still have the same basic offense scheme and most of the same players....

I don't expect for us to look really good until our fourth game of the season...

What will help us,,, the Cowboys have a new head coach and new coaching scheme.... both on offense and Defense...

We should have an advantage going into the first game...

But our 2nd and 3rd game against the Eagles and Bills, they have the same HC/coaching staff...

Then NYG... with a new HC/Coaching staff...

Following Wash, New HC/Coaching staff....

We need to take advantage with teams with new coaching staffs...



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Sat Aug 01, 2020 4:56 pm

Thanks 69 - your posts are appreciated. Obviously whether there's a season or not, ii will be way unusual in these current times as things (season) progress (c'mon vaccine).

Of course some areas of the Country are more hard hit with virus than others, and players may be effected (covid-19) accordingly. But I would have a season so far (no crowds of course). If players become positive during the season, remove and isolate. Again, it could be crazy with one team riddled with the virus, while others see nothing. Who knows? It is what it is this year.

But the way I look at it, for now, these players will likely be getting better testing/treatment while playing then staying away/at home, (i.e., there is going to be some risk anywhere). I know football can't really do the extreme bubble treatment like's working in the NBA, but it still could work. It will be a season to remember regardless.



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Sun Aug 02, 2020 6:11 pm

This is surprising,,, especially with Noteboom….




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