Los Angeles Rams Depth Chart

  • HC: Jeff Fisher
  • OC:
  • DC: Gregg Williams
  • ST: John Fassel
Updated: 04/18/2016 7:09PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
LWR18Britt, Kenny U/Ten15Marquez, Bradley CF1587Long, Deon SF152Ferguson, Isiah CF15
SWR11Austin, Tavon 13/183Quick, Brian 12/282Colter, Kain SF1612Bailey, Stedman 13/3
LT73Robinson, Greg 14/163Williams, Darrell CF15
LG76Saffold, Rodger 10/271Reynolds, Garrett U/Det66Arkin, David SF15
C61Barnes, Tim SF1165Rhaney, Demetrius 14/760Kush, Eric W/Hou
RG68Brown, Jamon 15/364Donnal, Andrew 15/469Wichmann, Cody 15/667Folkerts, Brian P/SF
RT79Havenstein, Rob 15/277Battle, Isaiah 15S/5
TE46Harkey, Cory CF12
TE88Kendricks, Lance 11/248Cunningham, Justice SF13
QB5Foles, Nick T/Phi14Mannion, Sean 15/317Keenum, Case T/Hou
RB30Gurley, Todd 15/127Mason, Tre 14/336Cunningham, Benny CF1334Reynolds, Chase SF1139Brown, Malcolm CF15
RB45Laskey, Zach CF15
LDE95HAYES, WILLIAM U/Ten00Coples, Quinton SF1692Longacre, Matt CF15
LDT99Donald, Aaron 14/162Trinca-Pasat, Louis CF15
RDT90Brockers, Michael 12/193Westbrooks, Ethan CF14
RDE94Quinn, Robert 11/197SIMS, EUGENE 10/692Worthington, Doug SF14
OLB56Ayers, Akeem U/NE57Hodges, Zack SF15
MLB54Hager, Bryce 15/7
OLB52Ogletree, Alec 13/126Barron, Mark T/TB50Lynch, Cameron CF1551Wells, Matthew SF15
LCB22Johnson, Trumaine 12/320Joyner, Lamarcus 14/224Patterson, Eric SF15
SS37Bryant, Christian 14/7
FS38Davis, Cody CF13
S25McDonald, TJ 13/326Barron, Mark T/TB31Alexander, Mo 14/4
RCB33Gaines, EJ 14/624Sensabaugh, Coty U/Ten47Roberson, Marcus CF1432Hill, Troy W/NE
Special Teams
P6Hekker, Johnny CF12
PK4Zuerlein, Greg 12/6
LS44McQuaide, Jake CF11
H6Hekker, Johnny CF12
PR11Austin, Tavon 13/1
KR36Cunningham, Benny CF1311Austin, Tavon 13/1
SUS42Watts, Trey SUS


DEPTH CHARTS FEATURE - What Ourlads NFL Scouting Services said before RODGER SAFFOLD made the Los Angeles Rams' depth chart: Indiana, 6044, 312, 5.22. Three-and-a-half year starter. Nickname should be Baskin Robbins because he can satisfy so many tastes. Can play one of four positions of either guard or tackle. Plays with a good base as a run blocker and pass protector. Shuffles his feet and mirrors edge pass rushers. Quick to redirect. Strong week of practice for the East-West Shrine game. The most dominant offensive lineman on either team. Played left tackle in a spread offensive scheme for the Hoosiers and lined up in a two point preset stance. A good athlete with long arms. Has the foot quickness and body control to handle speed rushers. Did a good job in the Wisconsin game to handle speed rusher O’Brien Schofield and his spin moves. Is alert picking up the blitz or line stunts. Maintains good foot balance. Had some good battles with Iowa’s Adrian Clayborn. A power and two move player. Saffold is a better pass protector at this point than a smash mouth run blocker simply because he wasn’t asked to do it. A position wall off run blocker with good lateral quickness. Smart and bright-eyed. At the Combine had 9-2/BJ, 29.5/VJ, 4.68/SS, and 7.43/3 cone. OSR:16/40. Second/ third round. (A-33 1/4, H-9 1/4, BP-27, 10-1.80).