Josh Reynolds

Los Angeles Rams #11 - Wide Receiver

  • Born: 02/16/95
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 196
  • Seasons: 2017

How much cap space do the Los Angeles Rams have in 2021?

We break down the projected available cap space in 2021 for the Rams and notable contract situations.

6 Rams who went above and beyond expectations in 2020

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These players helped LA make the postseason by doing better than expected

If I were John and Pete (Part Two)

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Part One of this series was what a business owner would call “a soft opening”; an event that you invite friends and family to, knowing full well that while some of them are going to be candid and...

News and notes from the Los Angeles Rams

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Happy Saturday one and all. We are close to Super Bowl LV, but before that happens, let’s take a look around the NFC West and what is going on with the rest of the division. Starting with Turf Show...

Rams 2021 free agents: Josh Reynolds

Does Reynolds have to fear his younger counterparts?

Bengals News (2/4): Honoring heroes

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The Bengals are sending several health workers to the Super Bowl.

Los Angeles Rams 2021 free agency outlook

The Rams head into 2021 free agency coming off an 10-6 season. We break down their free agents, cap space, and more.

Report: Rams could give Matt Stafford a contract extension soon

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But this time, it would be a good thing

Key offseason questions after Seahawks hire Shane Waldron

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Tuesday night reports emerged that the Seattle Seahawks were expected to hire Los Angeles Rams Passing Game Coordinator Shane Waldron as the new offensive coordinator to replace Brian...

Alton Robinson - The run stopper?

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When the Seattle Seahawks selected Alton Robinson in the fifth-round of the 2020 NFL Draft, his most obvious role appeared to be as a situational pass rusher. Much of his game is based off of a...

Rams 2021 needs: What’s next for Van Jefferson?

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Is the 2020 second round pick due for a 2021 breakout?

What are the Rams’ 2021 offseason needs

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What areas do the Rams need to focus on fixing or replacing before next season?