The Rams made it a priority to keep the core of their Super Bowl roster together for the 2022 season and beyond by reworking Aaron Donald's contract and extending quarterback Matthew Stafford and wide receiver Cooper Kupp. The biggest question that remains in building the 53-man roster is whether or not Los Angeles will re-sign wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.. The receiver tore his ACL during the Super Bowl, but the Rams have publicly expressed interest in bringing him back.
On defense, the Rams lost outside linebacker Von Miller to the Bills but brought in another star defensive player: Bobby Wagner. The middle linebacker adds even more depth to a defense that already has headliners in Donald and cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
QUARTERBACK (2): Matthew Stafford, John Wolford
The Rams extended Stafford in March, tying him to the franchise through the 2026 season. Bryce Perkins is also currently on the Rams' roster, but Los Angeles could try to keep him on the practice squad if it doesn't have room to carry three quarterbacks.
Williams, a 2022 fifth-round pick, broke his foot during OTAs. McVay said during minicamp that the rookie had surgery and should be back "at some point in the early parts of training camp."