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Reloaded Rams Announce Joint Preseason Practices with the Baltimore Ravens

The Los Angeles Rams are a team that many eyes are going to be on as they get ready for the 2018 season and ready for training camp in about 90 days.

If you check out NetBet Sport the Rams are the favorites to repeat as the NFC West Divisional Champions in 2018, and many think after a wild card loss to the Atlanta Falcons in January this upcoming season will be the one where they take the next step forward.

The Rams had a successful offseason with adding some solid players in free agency and trades, including in the mix are defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, wide receiver Brandin Cooks, safety Marcus Peters and cornerback Aqib Talib.

In the draft a few weeks back, the team added TCU offensive tackle Joe Noteboom with their first pick in the third round, and in the fourth round grabbed two players, center Brian Allen from Michigan State and defensive end John Franklin-Myers from Stephen F. Austin.

All these players should give this team a great shot to be a top contender in the NFC this upcoming season.

They will have an early chance to see how good they are in camp, as today the Rams announced they are going to have joint training camp practices with the AFC North’s Baltimore Ravens, a team that barley missed the playoffs last season with a week 17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals at home.

The practices will be hosted by the Ravens and will take place on Monday, August 6th and on Tuesday, the 7th of August.

This will lead up to the teams playing each other in Week 1 of the preseason, a game that will take place on Thursday, August 9th at M&T Bank Stadium.

“The schedule worked out in our favor where we could schedule these two practices with the Ravens,” Rams Head Coach Sean McVay said on Tuesday.

“Opportunities like this are always beneficial and it helps us evaluate our players going into the preseason.”

Times, dates, and specific location of the practices will be released to media at a later date.

It is always good to get a look at live competition early in camp, and with going up against the Ravens, it will be fun to see how the Rams match up with one of the teams in the AFC that always seem to play a very physical brand of football.


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