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News and notes from the Los Angeles Rams

Seattle Seahawks v Los Angeles Rams Photo by Meg Oliphant/Getty Images

Happy Sunday one and all.

We are back on a bit of normalcy now, at least post holiday weekend, and we have to get our week started with a look around the NFC West.

Starting with the Los Angeles Rams from Turf Show Times.

Rams 2020 position battles: Who starts at center and guard? - Turf Show Times
Who starts at center and the two guard spots next season?

Rams 2020 draft: Comparing each pick to best player from their college - Turf Show Times
The best Florida State running back or Alabama linebacker? We got ‘em here

Jared Goff moves down QB pay chart with news of Patrick Mahomes signing - Turf Show Times
Goff had the "most total guarantees" ever prior to the Chiefs news on Monday

Rams 2020 season news: Where can team take one-day trips to from LA? - Turf Show Times
A night game at San Francisco in October is their best bet

Rams position battles: Who replaces Cory Littleton at inside linebacker? - Turf Show Times
Perhaps the most open competition in LA camp this year

Jared Goff, Tom Brady, Jameis Winston: More similar than you think - Turf Show Times
There are notable similarities and differences between the three QBs

Rams news: Does Sean McVay have a coaching expiration date? - Turf Show Times
Rams’ head coach talks about coaching burnout on SI podcast

The NFL is ramping up its usage of rookie kickers and no one noticed - Turf Show Times
The Rams will be looking to find some first-year success from someone’s foot next season

Why we could see plenty of Terrell Burgess on Rams next season - Turf Show Times
It’s because teams are using hybrid defensive backs more often

Rams news: NFL 2020 season post-game protocol for social distancing - Turf Show Times
Sean McVay-Kyle Shanahan hugs and Jalen Ramsey interviews won’t be happening this season

Rams News: Why Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods are such amazing values - Turf Show Times
It’s less than half of what the Bengals are paying for their receivers