Austin, Quinn, Ogletree & Fisher At Rams LA Meeting (Videos)

Friday, many members of the Los Angeles Rams organization, including front office staff, coaches and players, officially convened in the Los Angeles area for the first time since the team was granted permission to depart St. Louis in January.  The meeting, which was held at the Manhattan Beach Marriott, was designed to provide updated information regarding the logistics of team’s move, notably where the club will hold offseason workouts, training camp and in-season practice. The session also further familiarized the team with the layout of the new Inglewood stadium, scheduled to open in 2019. was on hand and provides original video of notable Rams interacting with fans, after the conclusion of the meeting.

WR Tavon Austin signing autographs. Last season, Austin caught 52 balls, for 473 yards and 5 TD. The former first round pick also notched a punt return TD. Austin has scored a punt return TD in each of his first 3 seasons.

DE Robert Quinn posing for photos. Back in 2013, Quinn led the NFC with 19 sacks. Over the course of his 5-year career, the North Carolina alum has posted 50 sacks. Quinn missed 8 games last season due to back issues.

LB Alec Ogletree signing for fans. The former first round pick averaged 114 tackles during his first 2 NFL seasons.  The Georgia alum played in only 4 games during 2015, after suffering a leg injury in Week 4.

Head Coach Jeff Fisher interacting with Rams loyalists. The Los Angeles native played high school football in the San Fernando Valley, before starring at USC. Fisher later played for the Chicago Bears from 1981 through 1985. The 58-year-old was hired as Rams coach in 2010, after leading the Oilers/Titans for 16.5 seasons.

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