We are over half way through the NFL off-season and with the draft and free agency behind us, all eyes are now looking ahead to training camp.
The season is not far away and fans are starting to get an idea of what they will see from their team in 2016.
A big year ahead for LA?
Fans in New England may not know if they'll have Tom Brady for the start of the season, fans in New York don't know if they'll have Ryan Fitzpatrick at all and fans in St Louis know they won't be watching a team in their city next year.
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Following the Rams' relocation to Los Angeles this summer, the team will be under the spotlight more than in recent years next season.
They will be the key focus of the upcoming HBO show Hard Knocks and after trading up for the top pick in this year's draft, their rookie quarterback Jared Goff will be under intense scrutiny.
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While the pressure may be mounting for the Rams, one of their rookie sensations from last season believes that they will rise to the challenge.
Runningback Todd Gurley III was having an impromptu interview with TMZ where they asked him about the recent decision that will see the Super Bowl return LA in 2021.
Gurley was asked if he thinks that his team will be in the Super Bowl when it comes to their new home in 2021 and his answer was a lot more positive than that.
Gurley claimed that the Rams wouldn't have to wait until Super Bowl LI to make an appearance in the biggest game in football.
He claimed that they will be there next year when the big event comes to Houston, Texas.
Do the Rams have what it takes to reach Super Bowl LI?
The future made clear
The destinations of three more Super Bowls were recently revealed with Atlanta, Miami and Los Angeles all confirmed to be getting the event in the upcoming years.
The theme of the announcement was was new stadiums, the Atlanta Falcons and LA Rams new stadiums will be hosting the Super Bowl within the next five years.
Meanwhile after what is set to be a major renovation, the Miami Dolphins new look stadium will house Super Bowl LIV.
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