Rams News: Robert Woods Wants to Retire as a Ram



A lot of talk has been going around among the Rams’ fanbase the past couple of weeks on who to re-sign this offseason. The debate has encircled two stars for LA in corner Jalen Ramsey and wide receiver Cooper Kupp. 

While those two are critical to the continued success of the Rams’ future and the team may only be able to re-sign one, let’s not forget to look two years into the future at the impending free agent Robert Woods. Woods becomes a free agent after the 2021-2022 season and I’m sure many fans would love to retain him as well. 

While speaking with reporters Thursday, Woods expressed his desire to remain with LA for the rest of his NFL career. 

Wide receiver Robert Woods #17 of the Los Angeles Rams hauls in a touchdown pass in front of Anthony Barr #55 of the Minnesota Vikings during an NFL football game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Thursday, September 27, 2018. The Los Angeles Rams beat the Minnesota Vikings 38-31. (Photo by Kevin Sullivan, Orange County Register/SCNG)

Woods who has spent the last three seasons with the Rams was born in Gardena and played for the USC Trojans, so it’s not hard to see why he would want to remain in LA. The 28-year-old receiver has been a solid contributor to the team’s offense and has produced back-to-back 1,000+ receiving yard seasons. With the hopes of a bounce-back year from the offensive line and a revamped run game, there’s a good chance that Wood can continue to put up similar numbers moving forward.

In total over three seasons with the team Woods has produced:

  • 232 receptions for 3,134 receiving yards with 13 TDs
  • 38 rushes for 284 yards, and 2 TDs

Would you like to see Woods remain a Ram? Let us know in the comments!

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