Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart 2021 Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart

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12:20 am GMT , 9/13

The turnover has started to come for the Los Angeles Rams as they have seen Brandin Cooks and Todd Gurley leave over the offseason. The Rams went out and drafted Cam Akers, but also have young backs like Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown on the roster. The running back situation is likely to be unclear all season unless one of them really takes a strong grasp on the starting job. Josh Reynolds will slide into the WR3 role behind Cooper Kupp and Robert Woods. Last year we saw Tyler Higbee jump ahead of Gerald Everett as the receiving tight end and that will hold into 2020.

Offense Depth Chart

Running Back RB
Wide Receiver WR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Tyson Jackson T. Jackson (2)
69
#310 SWR
Wide Receiver WR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Tyson Jackson T. Jackson (2)
69
#310 SWR
Running Back RB

Defense Depth Chart

Defensive Tackle DT
Sebastian Joseph S. Joseph (1)
86
#7 DT
Defensive Tackle DT
Outside Linebacker LB
Obo Okoronkwo O. Okoronkwo (1)
68
#129 LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Micah Kiser M. Kiser (1)
68
#129 LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Kenny Young K. Young (2)
69
#118 LB
Travin Howard T. Howard (3)
67
#55 LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Justin Lawler J. Lawler (3)
67
#108 LB
67
#108 LB
Left Cornerback CB
Darious Williams D. Williams (1)
85
#22 CB
Strong Safety S
Right Cornerback CB
Defensive Tackle DT
Sebastian Joseph S. Joseph (1)
86
#7 DT
Defensive Tackle DT
Outside Linebacker LB
Obo Okoronkwo O. Okoronkwo (1)
68
#129 LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Micah Kiser M. Kiser (1)
68
#129 LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Kenny Young K. Young (2)
69
#118 LB
Travin Howard T. Howard (3)
67
#55 LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Justin Lawler J. Lawler (3)
67
#108 LB
67
#108 LB
Left Cornerback CB
Darious Williams D. Williams (1)
85
#22 CB
Strong Safety S
Right Cornerback CB
Defense Depth Chart (3-4)
Position POS
Left Defensive End DE
Defensive Tackle DT
Defensive Tackle DT
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Left Cornerback CB
Strong Safety S
Free Safety S
Right Cornerback CB

Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart FAQ

With the salary cap issues the Rams have, they struggled to address needs over the offseason. They also have had a lack of picks and are now stuck in a bit of a rut. While they still have strong weapons like Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp, Gurley's loss to Atlanta puts some stress on finding their running back. Luckily for them, they have a few young options to work with. Defensively they did add Terrell Lewis to fill a void at linebacker, and having Aaron Donald is going to make your defense better solely by having him on the field.

Who Are The Rams Starting Wide Receivers?

Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, and Josh Reynolds are the three starting wide receivers for the Los Angeles Rams. Woods and Kupp are both coming off strong seasons, and Reynolds has been solid when filling in for injuries.

Who Replaced Todd Gurley?

Los Angeles drafted Cam Akers, and he will be the name that likely gets the most run. Darrell Henderson and Malcolm Brown are still on the roster, but Akers has the most upside and should get a bulk of Gurley's touches left behind.

Who Is Rams, Second String Quarterback?

After Blake Bortles was the backup last season, John Wolford is the backup quarterback to Jared Goff. While Goff has not had any missed starts due to injury, the Rams season would take a turn for the worst if he goes down.

What Is The Weakest Part Of The Rams Depth Chart?

The linebacking core lost Dante Fowler and Cory Littleton this offseason to free agency, and while they drafted Terrell Lewis, they have not made up enough of the loss of both. The defensive line is good enough to cover up some of the holes.

Does Van Jefferson Start?

Van Jefferson will get playing time, but he will not be one of the active starters in year one. However, the Rams have mixed in their wide receivers to different sets so he will at least be involved.

Who Replaced Dante Fowler On The Rams?

Terrell Lewis was drafted as a clear need for the Rams. Lewis was one of the more highly touted linebackers in the draft, and he will get playing time right away in year one. However, replacing Fowler's production is a tough ask.