Rams News: Rookies & Veterans Reporting To Training Camp At Loyola Marymount On July 23
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With OTAs in the books, the Los Angeles Rams will get a bit of a reprieve until they report for training camp in July.

Los Angeles was able to get some offseason work and integrate their 2024 NFL Draft class these past couple of months through voluntary workouts and OTAs, giving head coach Sean McVay and the rest of his coaching staff a glimpse into what the team can be. Although some veteran players like Jonah Jackson, Ernest Jones and Kyren Williams worked off to the side due to nagging ailments, the Rams have been confident that they’ll be ready for training camp and the start of the 2024 season.

L.A. made a run during the 2024 NFL Playoffs when they nearly upset the Detroit Lions in the Wild Card Round, but teams around the league won’t be caught off guard again. However, the Rams have a good mix of experienced and young talent on both sides of the football to make some noise in the postseason.

Training camp is set to begin on July 23 and both the rookies and veterans will report on the same day at Loyola Marymount, via Stu Jackson of TheRams.com:

Normally rookies report before the veterans do for training camp, but in this case it looks like the organization wants everyone on campus at the same time.

Previously, the Rams held training camp at UC Irvine, but are moving to LMU who is the team’s official higher education parner. The two sides have an innovative partnership that involves educational opportunities for both parties as well as other social and networking events.

As is the case every year, fans will get the opportunity to watch select practices, meet players and staff and enjoy other forms of live entertainment. Training camp is a great way for Los Angeles to meet and bond with its fans and this current group should offer plenty of excitement and intrigue.

Being wanted by Rams makes Braden Fiske feel hungrier

One of the rookies to watch out for during training camp is Braden Fiske, who is already making an impression on the Rams. Los Angeles traded up in the second round to draft Fiske, signaling their belief in his potential and upside.

Fiske later admitted that feeling wanted by the franchise has made him feel even hungrier to prove himself despite his status as a second-round pick.