Rams Wire

● By Skyler Carlin
The 2022 NFL Scouting Combine has come to a close in Indianapolis and there were plenty of standout performances. Some prospects were able to improve their draft stock ahead of next month’s draft, while others may have put a dent in their outlook with poor testing numbers. For the Los Angeles Rams, they have made it a common trend for Sean McVay and Les Snead to stay home instead of attending the combine. Even though the Rams don’t send their head coach and general manager to watch the incoming prospects, they still have their eyes on guys they’ll want to add in the 2022 NFL draft. Before we get into my updated mock draft for after the combine, you can check out my pre-combine mock draft here so you can see the changes that took place between then and now. And as a reminder, I used The Draft Network’s mock draft machine to compile my mock draft.
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