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The Los Angeles Rams love running back Kyren Williams so much, they decided to add another version of him to their offense this offseason. That’s the view one local beat writer has taken of the team selecting Blake Corum, at least.

 

When speaking on the Rotoworld Football Show last week, the O.C. Register’s Adam Grosbard discussed how Corum’s addition would impact Williams’ fantasy status. Grosbard said he doesn’t believe Corum is in position to leap atop the depth chart and become an immediate star — as Williams did in 2023 — but does project him as the main cog of the rushing attack if Williams misses time.

 

What Sean McVay talked about during draft night was that Corum matches a lot of what Kyren gives [them]. They were kind of looking for a Kyren clone when they drafted Blake… they see Corum as someone who can take over the lead back role if Kyren has to go on [injured reserve] for any reason.

 

In 12 games last season, Williams racked up 1350 yards from scrimmage and 15 touchdowns. The Rams went 1-3 in the four games (Weeks 7-11) he missed due to injury, splitting his typical workload between Royce Freeman and Darrell Henderson Jr. The third-year back recently sat out of OTAs with a foot ailment, indicating Corum’s arrival could come at a moment’s notice.

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