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Snead says the LA Rams should be reloaded in the draft

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Les Snead says the Los Angeles Rams need to revamp their organizational depth, and he’s looking forward to doing so with a handful of draft picks in the next few years.

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This isn’t a change of philosophy for the funny-shirt-wearing general manager at the Rams Super Bowl parade featuring the mundane meme claiming that he, well, couldn’t care less about recruiting choices.

Instead, it’s the next logical step in the evolution of a franchise that won a championship a year ago and then finished the current campaign at 5-12. The Rams’ worst injury luck since returning to Los Angeles revealed the depth lacking in a team that has added just six players in the first two innings since returning to California seven years ago.

The Rams’ next move in “Chapter 3 of the Sean McVay era,” as Snead called Thursday, is to put better depth behind Matthew Stafford, Cooper Cobb, Aaron Donald, Bobby Wagner, and Galen Ramsey.

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