The Los Angeles Rams and reliable wide receiver Robert Woods agreed to a 4-year extension worth up to $68 million, according to ESPN reporter Lindsey Thiry.
This extension comes just after extending CB Jalen Ramsey and WR Cooper Kupp. This leaves plenty of questions left to be asked, like where exactly is general manager Les Snead and the front office getting the money for all of these extensions? Just don’t ask the Rams’ social media team:
Friendly reminder that we don’t have the answers to your salary cap questions. We just run the social media here. 😩
— Los Angeles Rams (@RamsNFL) September 18, 2020
One thing that is certain is that Woods earned this extension. Without a doubt he has been one of the most consistent players on the roster since joining the team back in 2017. In the three seasons with the team, he’s earned 238 receptions, 3,537 total yards and 15 total touchdowns. Woods is off to great start in 2020, earning six receptions for 105 yards.
With all of the extensions given out recently, the Rams made sure to keep the core components of their offense for years to come. The Rams will have address the salary cap at some point. Even before the Woods signing the Rams were over the cap. Keep in mind, the Rams still have decide on John Johnson and Troy Hill. They likely won’t be able to sign other free agents and plus have to make space for the 2021 rookie class. Good luck Snead.