The 2022 Los Angeles Rams will go into training camp with the following positions: Quarterback? Yes. Running back? Wide receiver? Yes, but they’re claiming that Offensive Player of the Year is not guaranteed. Must be an MVP year then.
The Rams made a big splash this offseason by signing Bobby Wagner to a five-year deal worth $50 million. It’s their first major move at inside linebacker in a long time, and it came one year after the team drafted Ernest Jones in the third round.
The Rams played most of last season without their starting RB after Cam Akers tore his Achilles in a July workout. Darrell Henderson Jr. and Sony Michel did a fine job filling in, at least until Akers returned late in the year for the postseason run.