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  1. Super Bowl LV relocated to Tampa; L.A. will host SB LVI
    A week after it was announced the opening of the Rams and Chargers' joint stadium would be delayed by a year, league owners voted to relocate the site of Super Bowl LV in 2021 to Tampa.
  2. Roundup: Giants' Odell Beckham skips start of OTAs
    New York Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. missed the opening of OTAs on Monday, per multiple reports. The receiver is reportedly expected to return Thursday. Plus, other notable players we're tracking.
  3. Jared Goff having an easier time learning new offense
    With Sean McVay in town, we've heard only steady reports of quarterback Jared Goff's improvement. The second-year QB has picked up the new offense well in the early stages of offseason workouts.
  4. Aaron Donald not at start of Rams OTAs; sides talking contract
    Rams general manager Les Snead, in addressing All-Pro Defensive tackle Aaron Donald's absence from the first day of OTAs, said both sides are engaging in "serious" contract talks.
  5. Opening of Inglewood stadium delayed until 2020
    The opening of the new joint Rams and Chargers stadium in Inglewood, Calif., has been delayed until 2020 due to record-setting rainfall this past winter in the Los Angeles area.
  6. Jared Goff 'exceeding expectations' in McVay's offense
    After struggling as a rookie, Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead told NFL Network's Steve Wyche that Jared Goff is "exceeding expectations" heading into his sophomore season.
  7. 'All or Nothing' tackles Jeff Fisher firing in first trailer
    At first glance, an in-depth look at the Rams' poor 2016 season doesn't seem too interesting. But upon further review, it could be fascinating. "All or Nothing" will take us on that journey this year.
  8. Report: Tavon Austin has surgery, will miss Rams OTAs
    Rams wideout Tavon Austin will reportedly be sidelined for organized team activities. Austin underwent surgery on his left wrist, but is expected to be back in time for training camp.
  9. Hekker wants in on Big Baller Brand's sneaker sales
    Rams punter Johnny Hekker saw the business opportunity to join Big Baller Brand and announced his "collaboration" with the soon-to-be sports brand powerhouse.
  10. L.A. Rams won't trade Trumaine Johnson this season
    NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Rams corner Trumaine Johnson will not be traded, according to a source informed of the situation. The Rams slapped Johnson with the franchise tag.
  11. Plenty of Rams potentially switching positions in 2017
    For the Rams, it's shape-shifting season in L.A. The arrival of a new coaching staff means possible new positions for some of the Rams' more notable players. Can they find new uses for old parts?
  12. Rams exercise fifth-year option on Aaron Donald
    NFL teams must exercise the fifth-year options on 2014 first-round draft picks prior to May 3. The Rams exercised the extra year for All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald, Ian Rapoport reported.
  13. James Laurinaitis announces his retirement
    James Laurinaitis announced his retirement after eight NFL seasons. The second-round pick by the Rams in 2009 wrote on Twitter that his body was telling him it was time to box up the shoulder pads.
  14. Chargers vs. Rams among notable preseason games
    The NFL preseason schedule is out and there are several notable games to whet your appetite for the regular season, including a intra-Los Angeles matchup between the Chargers and Rams.
  15. Jared Goff: Rams 'a lot closer' than people think
    Everything is sunnier in L.A., especially in the offseason. With the Los Angeles Rams kicking off their spring workouts Monday, second-year quarterback Jared Goff is optimistic about his team's chances of competing in 2017.