Rams General Manager Les Snead was at the podium first. About an hour later, new Coach Sean McVay took his turn.
Their news conferences, and Thursday’s smaller media confabs, were among many tasks to be completed this week at the NFL scouting combine, most importantly interviewing and evaluating draft prospects.
But the combine — and for that matter the draft — are secondary priorities for a team expected to seriously delve into free agency for the first time in years.
The Rams, the NFL’s worst offensive team the last two seasons, have a glaring need at wide receiver and major issues along the offensive line. They also are thin at cornerback and in need of linebacker...