Les Snead’s Building Project is Ram Tough –Audio


Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead has done more to bolster an 11-5 team this off-season than anyone thought possible, creating with a string of acquisitions a defense that appears on paper at least to be just as potent as the league’s highest-scoring offense was last season. Yet Snead remained adamant this week that adding Pro Bowl cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh to a team with a loaded offense didn’t mean anything in April. “The biggest thing we have to fight now is complacency,’’ said Snead of the highly touted Rams. “Patting yourself on the back is human nature. We have to make sure we work just as hard (as they did in 2017). It’s a day-by-day approach.’’

Hall of Fame co-hosts Rick Gosselin, Ron Borges and Clark Judge interview the Rams GM

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