BEST KEPT SECRET
Running back Malcolm Brown bowed out of the 2018 campaign after Week 13, dealing with a clavicle injury, but Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox points to his production before the season-ending injury as to why he might sneak up on defenses in 2019.
Knox called Brown the best-kept secret on L.A.’s roster for the upcoming season.
“Rams fans know that Brown is a hard runner and a capable spot starter in his own right. He has averaged 4.0 yards per carry with the Rams and averaged 4.9 yards per carry in 2018. He even garnered some free-agent attention, as the Rams matched an offer sheet from the Lions to retain him.”
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LONG LOCKS IT DOWN
The Rams added depth at cornerback, drafting David Long Jr. in third round out of Michigan. Long, a Los Angeles native, posted the lowest reception rate among all draft eligible corners in 2018.