Los Angeles Rams Extend Right Tackle

The Los Angeles Rams are coming off their first Super Bowl victory since returning from St. Louis, and today, one of only two Rams players that were drafted by the team when they were in St. Louis (the other being Aaron Donald) was extender for a further 3-years. It's currently unclear what the terms are, but Rob Havenstein, a veteran right tackle who has started all 99 games he's appeared in since being drafted in 2015 has been given another three years with Los Angeles.

He may not be one of the elite level tackles in the NFL, but Havenstein is more than solid, and on a line with so much responsibility, he does a fantastic job each and every week. The former second round pick has a tough job, protecting Matthew Stafford with so much pressure on his shoulders, but so far, he's done a great job in whatever position he's put in, and it's clear that the Rams really admire and appreciate that.

After losing Andrew Whitworth to retirement in the off-season, Havenstein becomes even more important to this offensive line, as he now serves as the veteran leader of the team, and if he can stay around for another 3-years, this offensive line should be as solid as ever for Stafford, Kupp, Robinson and co. to do their thing.

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