2021 Rams Super Bowl Starters Turnover: Where Are They Now?

Many of the Rams Super Bowl starters are no longer on the team.

The journey of an NFL team is marked by the ebb and flow of talent, strategy, and fate. The Los Angeles Rams, a team that reached the pinnacle of success by winning the Super Bowl, have seen their roster evolve since that memorable game. Many say that the Rams went all in to win the Super Bowl, and as of late, that is looking to be more evident. As time passes, players move on to new chapters in their careers, leaving fans to wonder where their favorite stars from that Rams Super Bowl team have ended up.

In this article, we delve into the post-Super Bowl paths of each starter of the Rams’ triumphant squad, shedding light on the diverse roads they’ve taken in their football journeys.

Rams Super Bowl Departed Starters

Running Back: Darrell Henderson Once a key piece of the Rams’ rushing attack, joined the Jaguars last season after being cut by the team. Henderson has since become a free agent, embarking on a new journey in search of the right fit for his skills.

Wide Receiver: Robert Woods After his time with the Rams, Robert Woods now showcases his talent with the Texans, aiming to bring his playmaking abilities to new heights.

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Offensive Tackle: Andrew Whitworth A cornerstone of the Rams’ offensive line, Andrew Whitworth has retired from professional football, leaving behind a legacy of excellence on and off the field. He has since joined the Thursday Night Football broadcast team for Amazon.

Offensive Guard: David Edwards Edwards has taken his talents to the Bills, where he aims to fortify their offensive line and contribute to their success.

Offensive Guard: Austin Corbett Corbett now dons the Panthers’ uniform, using his blocking skills to create running lanes and protect the quarterback.

Defensive End: A’Shawn Robinson Robinson has moved on to the Giants, aiming to disrupt opposing offenses and make his presence felt in the trenches.

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Defensive Tackle: Greg Gaines Gaines now showcases his skills with the Buccaneers, working to solidify their defensive line and make an impact against the run.

Defensive End: Von Miller Miller has taken his talents to the Bills, where he seeks to bring his veteran leadership and pass-rushing prowess to his new team.

Linebacker: Troy Reeder Reeder now contributes his skills to the Vikings’ defense, bringing his versatility and playmaking ability to the middle of the field.

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Linebacker: Leonard Floyd Floyd now showcases his pass-rushing skills with the Bills, aiming to disrupt quarterbacks and make game-changing plays on defense.

Cornerback: Darious Williams Williams now dons the Jaguars’ jersey, looking to continue his lockdown coverage and create turnovers in the secondary.

Cornerback: Jalen Ramsey Ramsey’s exceptional skills are now on display with the Dolphins, where he will continue to shut down opposing receivers and make game-changing plays. Unfortunately, he suffered a meniscus tear that required surgery. The recovery will keep him out of action for ‘multiple months’ Although, Ramsey told Mike McDaniel that he plans to beat his injury timeline and return at some point during the 2023 season

Safety: Taylor Rapp Rapp has found a new home with the Bills, where he seeks to showcase his skills as a playmaking safety and contribute to their defensive efforts.

As the Rams’ Super Bowl team members find new homes and continue their football journeys, their impact on the field and in fans’ hearts remains undeniable. While the roster may change, the memories of their Super Bowl journey will forever be etched in history.