Below are all of the players currently on the LA Rams roster for 2023-2024. We are updating this post each time there is an official signing, cut, trade or draft pick.
NFL free agency is ongoing, and with the first few waves done, perhaps we will see some small additions soon.
Los Angeles Rams Roster 2023-2024 (Updated March 28, 2023)
|3||RB||Cam Akers||5-10||217||3||Florida State|
|23||RB||Kyren Williams||5-9||194||2||Notre Dame|
|30||RB||Ronnie Rivers||5-8||195||2||Fresno State|
|10||WR||Cooper Kupp||6-1||208||7||Eastern Washington|
|1||WR||Allen Robinson||6-3||210||10||Penn State|
|18||WR||Ben Skowronek||6-3||224||3||Notre Dame|
|82||WR||Lance McCutcheon||6-2||202||2||Montana State|
|17||WR||JJ Koski||6-1||195||2||Cal Poly|
|84||WR||Jaquarii Roberson||6-1||182||1||Wake Forest|
|86||WR||Jerreth Sterns||5-7||195||1||Western Kentucky|
|89||TE||Tyler Higbee||6-6||255||8||Western Kentucky|
|84||TE||Hunter Long||6-5||254||3||Boston College|
|49||TE||Roger Carter||6-2||250||1||Georgia State|
|55||OL||Brian Allen||6-1||303||6||Michigan State|
|67||OL||Chandler Brewer||6-6||320||3||Middle Tennessee|
|57||OL||Zach Thomas||6-5||300||2||San Diego State|
|61||OL||A.J. Arcuri||6-7||320||2||Michigan State|
|95||DL||Bobby Brown||6-4||324||3||Texas A&M|
|52||DL||Larrell Murchison||6-2||297||4||NC State|
|44||DL||Daniel Hardy||6-2||240||2||Montana State|
|92||DL||Jonah Williams||6-5||275||3||Weber State|
|35||LB||Jake Hummel||6-1||235||2||Iowa State|
|53||LB||Ernest Jones||6-2||230||3||South Carolina|
|96||LB||Keir Thomas||6-2||275||2||Florida State|
|40||LB||Brayden Thomas||6-3||260||1||North Dakota State|
|31||CB||Robert Rochell||6-0||195||3||Central Arkansas|
|14||CB||Cobie Durant||5-10||180||2||South Carolina State|
|36||CB||Grant Haley||5-9||190||4||Penn State|
|21||S||Russ Yeast||5-10||195||2||Kansas State|
|4||S||Jordan Fuller||6-2||203||4||Ohio State|
Quarterback: Matthew Stafford
Matthew Stafford has already said he is coming back in 2023 and has no plans of retiring. The Rams currently don’t have any other quarterbacks under contract, so they will need to decide what they want to do at backup, as Baker Mayfield left in free agency.
Running Back: Cam Akers, Kyren Williams, Ronnie Rivers
Cam Akers finally emerged as a starting-caliber running back in the back half of the 2022 season, so the job is his to lose going into 2023. Kyren Williams can serve as a change-of-pace back, but L.A. probably needs to bring in one more veteran to complete this group. The goods news is that the free-agent running back class is stacked with talent.
Wide Receiver: Cooper Kupp, Allen Robinson, Tutu Atwell, Van Jefferson, Ben Skowronek, Lance McCutcheon, J.J. Koski, Austin Trammell, Jaquarii Roberson, Jerreth Sterns
This is probably the most complete Rams position group going into 2023, although there are some question marks. L.A.’s wide receiver room will be led by Cooper Kupp, of course, but can Allen Robinson have a bounce-back season in 2023 to make his contract worth it? Can Tutu Atwell, Van Jefferson and Bench Skowronek continue to build on their second halves of 2022 when they got more opportunities due to injuries? Can Lance McCutcheon emerge from preseason star to regular season contributor? If the answer is no to a lot of those questions, then will the front office look for reinforcements such as Odell Beckham Jr.?
Tight End: Tyler Higbee, Brycen Hopkins, Roger Carter, Hunter Long
Tyler Higbee now holds all of the Rams’ franchise records for tight ends after another solid season in 2022. He should be back barring a cut or trade to save salary cap space. The Rams have used more 12 personnel over the last two seasons though, so they really need a second tight end that can give them production. If Brycen Hopkins isn’t that guy then perhaps the team drafts another tight end or brings in a veteran free agent. The Rams acquired Long in the Jalen Ramsey trade with the Dolphins.
Offensive Line: Rob Havenstein, Brian Allen, Logan Bruss, Tremayne Anchrum, Coleman Shelton, Chandler Brewer, Joe Noteboom, Alaric Jackson, Zach Thomas, A.J. Arcuri
Offensive line is by far the biggest question mark for the Rams going into 2023. A number of guys like Brian Allen, Logan Bruss, Tremayne Anchrum, Joe Noteboom and Alarcis Jackson are coming off injuries, but even when healthy are question marks. This group has a lot of depth but lacks top-end talent so look for that to be addressed before the 2023 season.
Defensive Line: Aaron Donald, Bobby Brown, Larrell Murchison, T.J. Carter, Daniel Hardy, Jonah Williams, Earnest Brown, Zach VanValkenburg
Despite a social media scare regarding potential retirement, Aaron Donald should be back with the Rams in 2023 as he has said that he will align his career with head coach Sean McVay, who is also returning. After Donald though, the Rams are hoping some of their young defensive linemen like Bobby Brown and Daniel Hardy will emerge, especially considering veterans like Greg Gaines and A’Shawn Robinson have been lost in free agency.
Linebacker: Jake Hummel, Ernest Jones, Keir Thomas, Brayden Thomas
With Bobby Wagner and Leonard Floyd gone, this may be another area of need. They could also use some help because the team has struggled to get a pass rush since the departure of Von Miller. Look for the Rams to address the outside linebacker position this offseason, whether it be in the draft, free agency or trade.
Cornerback: Robert Rochell, Cobie Durant, Derion Kendrick, Grant Haley, T.J. Carter
Without Ramsey who was clearly the best player in the secondary last season, this could be another area of need. Cobie Durant had a strong finish to his rookie season and is likely the favorite to start opposite of Ramsey in 2023. With Troy Hill entering free agency though, the Rams will need to find a slot corner either through the draft or free agency.
Safety: Quentin Lake, Russ Yeast, Jordan Fuller, Richard LeCount
The Rams’ safety group lacks experience outside of Fuller, who missed a majority of the 2022 season due to injury. The organization is very high on both Quentin Lake and Russ Yeast, but neither played much in 2022 because of injuries of their own. A majority of the Rams’ snaps at safety this past season went to Taylor Rapp and Nick Scott, who are both free agents. Scott left in free agency, and Rapp looks like he will do the same.
The Rams currently do not have any specialists under contract for the 2023 season. Kicker Matt Gay, punter Riley Dixon and return man Brandon Powell have all decided to go to other teams in free agency, so LA will need replacements.