Foles put up tremendous numbers -- 27 TD passes with just two interceptions -- two years ago with the Eagles before falling off last season. Critics say he benefited from Chip Kelly's system, so this will be Foles’ chance to prove he is more than a system quarterback. He will need to get confortable quickly in training camp and get the timing down with his receivers. The reviews have been positive so far this offseason, but Foles must return to 2013 form for the Rams to make the playoffs.
How big of an impact will Todd Gurley make as a rookie?
The 10th overall pick in the draft is still recovering from a torn ACL suffered during his final season at Georgia. Reports have indicated Gurley could be ready to get some reps midway through training camp, but until he takes that first hit, no one knows how his knee will respond. Gurley has the talent to put up big numbers if healthy, and the Rams will need him to solidify a running game that has been mediocre for several years.
Does the offensive line have enough experience?
The Rams are likely to start two rookies -- tackle Rob Havenstein (pictured) and guard Jamon Brown -- on the right side of the line. They will have an open competition at center between Barrett Jones, Tim Barnes and Demetrius Rhaney. Training camp will be a critical time for this group to develop some chemistry and gain experience.
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Who will step up as the go-to receiver?
St. Louis has not had a 1,000-yard receiver since Tory Holt in 2007. Tavon Austin (11) was the eighth pick in the draft two years ago but seemed to regress in his second season, and Kenny Britt led the team a year ago with just 48 catches for 748 yards. Someone must emerge as a true No. 1 target.
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Will relocation talks become a distraction?
Regardless of whether the Rams want to admit it, there will be a lot of talk this season about a potential move to California. Cornerback Janoris Jenkins has already started the chatter by saying how much he loves LA. The players and coaching staff will need to block out where they might play in 2016 and concentrate on the present. Sometimes that can be easier said than done.