With the NFL offseason getting underway, the Los Angeles Rams are expected to be one of the busier teams remodeling their roster.
There have already been reports that the team is looking to trade Jalen Ramsey, Leonard Floyd and Allen Robinson, and that comes on the heels of L.A. releasing Bobby Wagner.
With so much uncertainty about what could happen, now is an important time for Rams fans to be on social media to keep up with what’s going on with the team.
So with that being said, here are some must-follows on Twitter for Rams fans.
1. Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue)
The single best follow on Rams Twitter, and it’s not up for debate if you ask me, is Jourdan Rodrigue, the team’s beat writer for The Athletic.
Rodrigue is as connected within the Rams organization as anyone, and that’s evident by the in-depth articles she puts out with one on Sean McVay and why the 2022 season went wrong being the latest example.
You can also count on Rodrigue always telling it like it is when it comes to the Rams. When things are going well, she has no problem praising them, and if things are going poorly, she is also not afraid to place criticism where it belongs.
It’s also easy to tell how well Rodrigue understands the game. Many fans don’t necessarily understand the Xs and Os of football, especially when it comes to a complex team and system like the Rams. Rodrigue is always there to help educate though with her love and passion for her job always shining through.
2. Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)
When it comes to breaking news in the NFL, no one is better than Adam Schefter. As the lead NFL insider for ESPN, Schefter is constantly breaking stories involving the Rams and that will surely be the case in the coming weeks when free agency and the draft get underway.
Schefter recently reported that the Rams are looking to trade or cut Floyd and has also been at the forefront of many other stories surrounding the organization.
3. Ian Rapoport (@Rapsheet)
Ian Rapoport is the NFL Network version of Schefter, serving as their lead insider and constantly breaking big stories.
That includes the news that McVay would be returning as head coach of the Rams in 2023, which Rapoport broke at the beginning of the offseason after there were rumors that McVay could retire.
4. Brian Baldinger (@BaldyNFL)
Brian Baldinger is a former NFL player that now works for NFL Network and really has his own lane in the league’s media landscape.
No one puts in more time watching film than Baldy, and no one does a better job of breaking it down in a way that fans can understand.
During the Rams’ Super Bowl run in 2021-22, Baldy’s videos breaking down the team and their great players were a must on a weekly basis. His passion for the game is easy to see, and he is extremely active on Twitter breaking down film of players and teams all across the league.
5. Stu Jackson (@StuJRams)
Stu Jackson is another Rams beat writer that writes for the team’s official website. If the Rams themselves want to put out information on a variety of subjects, Jackson is usually the first one to get it.
He also is able to interview a number of players and coaches, giving fans an inside look into the team they root for.