The Los Angeles Rams open training camp on July 28 at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California. The Rams enter 2020 looking to bounce back after missing the playoffs last year for the first time in the Sean McVay era. They'll also enter a new stadium with a team that has seen quite a few changes since falling to the Patriots in Super Bowl LII two years ago. How will those changes effect L.A.? Here's a 53-man roster projection:
Goff earned a $21 million payday this offseason when his 2020 roster bonus became fully guaranteed, plus he'll collect another $73 million over the next three years as other bonuses also became guaranteed. But enough about Goff's bank account, because the real issue is who will back up the fifth-year quarterback. Wolford spent last season on the practice squad, but McVay expressed confidence that he can step into the role. An undrafted free agent from Wake Forest in 2018, Wolford completed 57% of his 44 pass attempts in four preseason games last year.