EARTH CITY, Mo. -- The offseason here is for the Los Angeles Rams and now that we know where they'll be playing their home games for the long term, things have settled down enough to spend our weekends answering a few of your Twitter questions.
As always, you can find me on Twitter @nwagoner and fire away with any Rams-related questions you might have. Please use hashtag #RamsMail so I can see them.
On to your questions.Philadelphia Eagles have been active in signing some of their own players to contract extensions. As always, you'll see a lot of that going on around the league in the coming days and weeks. Of course, the Rams are in a unique position where they have a whole lot going on at the moment. Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff is hard at work on facilitating the team's move to Los Angeles, though senior assistant Tony Pastoors is more than capable of handling negotiations. At this point, there doesn't appear to be anything imminent, but things can come together quickly so we can't rule out the possibility of the Rams getting some things done before free agency in March. The other thing to remember is that with free agency this close, a lot of agents and players will wait to see what the market bears before re-signing unless their team comes with a huge offer. Janoris Jenkins, for example, will likely wait until that three-day negotiating window opens before making a decision. The upcoming scouting combine is also a hotbed of discussion for teams and agents so for the bigger names on the Rams' free agent list, it's more likely that potential pre-free agency deals would wait until then. It's also worth noting that teams can begin using the franchise and transition tags on players around then as well.