One month from now, the Los Angeles Rams will be in front of the “Rams House” members – this time as the defending Super Bowl champions at their training camp station in Irvine.
But while the Rams will have plenty of star power at UC Irvine’s field, there are members of the Rams who will likely need the period from July 29 to August 10 to set the tone for the 2022 season.
For these Rams, they were chosen for the following reasons: to return from an injury-ridden season, to come to replace an integral part of their squad and to join in learning the ways of the Rams.
The Heavy on Rams team has selected five players fit for those criteria mentioned for players who need a fixed spell in Orange County to help set the tone for 2022 – and show flashes of influence inside “The Rams House”. And for some of these rams, camp offers a wonderful opportunity to erase the difficult memories of 2021 from their personal end. here they are:
TOTO ATOIL, a wide receiver
Ram fans will focus on newcomer Allen Robinson and Super Bowl’s most valuable player Cooper Cobb. But for Atwell, this camp has to be personal to him.
The Rams’ 2021 first draft pick was placed 57th overall on the Reserve/COVID-19 roster at the start of his first camp and had to meet the Rams interactively while in quarantine. His season ended with shoulder surgery on November 1st. But now, the 5-foot-9, 165-pounder player has ample opportunity to showcase the dynamics that made him a ram. And he’s already given this fiery warning about how season 22 is going to go:
Jacob Harris, narrow tip/wide receiver
The fourth-rounder, like Atwell, came up with his own set of plots.
It was meant to be a fast, towering 6-foot-4, 230-pounder Who used a 4.3 40 yard dash time To add more fireworks to the rams. But like Atwell, Harris’ junior campaign was cut short with the need for knee surgery. Should he stay healthy this time, Harris could be the next red zone choice opposite Kupp and Robinson – and he might succeed in playing like this from the 2021 minicamp:
Logan Bruce, right keeper
Already, it has become “In Bruss, We Trust” for Ram fans.
The top pick for rams for this previous draft already has some high expectations – Chad Reuter from nfl.com The third-rounder’s name was written as the All-Rookie Team’s pick on Monday, June 27. Bruss, even for a third manager, is expected to replace Austin Corbett immediately. And if he can deliver the kind of rear planting blocks like he pulled here in Aidan Hutchinson’s top five fights, then the Rams would have a much needed middle streak on the front five:
Bobby Brown, nose insertion
The Rams lost “Bash” during the holiday season, as Sebastian Joseph Day headed to the Los Angeles Chargers.
The fourth-rounder from 2021 saw Browns playing time in 10 games but it didn’t produce a lot of stats. Now, with a gap to be filled in and against Aaron Donald, the 21-year-old has a great opportunity to establish himself as the frontrunner in Irvine.
Justin Hollins, Edge Rusher
It was Hollins who told the Los Angeles media during 2022 that the Rams didn’t need to find anyone new to replace von Miller.
Hollins, the 26-year-old oldest statesman in this group entering his fourth season in the league, has a golden opportunity to prove to the Rams and their fans that two-time Super Bowl champion Miller won’t miss them — with Hollins using this. A camp session to showcase his skills in a fast rush to set the tone.