Echoes continued to build at the Los Angeles Rams training camp for Allen Robinson.
For now, “A-Rob” has delivered the kinds of plays that the Rams and “Rams House” are expecting from wide receptions, who have signed a three-year, $46.5 million contract. in March 2022: One where he stretches to the sideline and does a diving pounce, then another inside the end zone with two Ram defenders clamping him. The heavyweight Rams were on hand on Saturday, July 30 in training camp when both big games occurred at UC Irvine’s Crawford Field.
Head coach Sean McVay has praised Robinson’s play and a “lead by example” attitude, which has detracted from younger wider receivers, speaking to LA media including Heavy. after Saturday’s practice “I think the way he goes about the daily rhythms of life and the process showcases the leadership we’re looking for. I definitely see him actually communicating with a lot of younger guys. , which is exactly what we wanted.”
Another prominent member of the Rams organization also appreciated the newcomer from the Chicago Bears and Pro Bowler formerly with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Who makes GM compare ‘A-Rob’ to
Speaking to LA’s ESPN 710 a.m. after the “Back Together Saturday” meeting, Rams general manager Les Snead went ahead and compared Robinson to a past Pro Bowl talent who made three trips to the gala NFL All-Star, once signed to a million dollar blockbuster. his first team contract and, more recently, helped get the Rams to the Super Bowl.
WR that’s Odell Beckham Jr. – was once paid $90 million by the New York Giants for bluffs before sparking the Rams’ offense from mid-November 2021 to February while he was on a one-year contract worth $1, 25 million dollars.
“It’s a little bit of what OBJ gives us,” Snead said of Robinson. “But there’s an element to him – and Matthew (Stafford) is very used to him playing him twice a year. We’ve played him well over the last few years in his prime. But he’s one of those players where you can put him in some isolated situations.”
Snead goes on to describe how Robinson talks about his solo fights, especially when going head-to-head with Ram fans at Orange County college.
“You know, mom, dad, god just made him a little bit bigger, a little stronger, and maybe a little bit quicker than some people. So in one-on-one iso situations, there’s no intrigue – ‘Hey, let’s play a game.’ Matthew is one of those players who can see that, recognize that and feel comfortable trying to make that happen,” said Snead.
And, Robinson showed that isolation dominance during the Rams’ practice Wednesday, August 3.
‘Look Ma, One Hand’
Robinson, to reiterate, made him a reliable target in his NFL career for the Super Bowl champions during his first camp with the Rams.
But this time, he only needed one hand to mesmerize the crowd and media that joined Wednesday’s rehearsal.
Robinson, with rookie cornerback Derion Kendrick doing what he can to stop the catch, still knocks down with the one-handed catch that The Athletic’s Jourdan Rodrigue verbally illustrated on Twitter.
Well, one Twitter account had evidence of taking over that end zone: The Rams Twitter account, who said “Look at ghosts, one-handed:”
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