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Brian and Matt go solo (for most of the time) on this episode of Rams Uncensored. The guys bring on Jonah (AKA @j_OH_nah), from Rams twitter, and get to know him.

Jonah shares his opinions on the Rams offseason moves. He thinks it is time for the Rams' second-year players to show why the Rams drafted him. He also feels the window is open for the Rams for a while, not just a year or two.

Brian, Matt and Jonah also discuss their thoughts on Sean McVay and how long he will actually be a head coach in the NFL. Jonah gives his take on the Rams twitter activity, which leads to a discussion about Downtown Rams and how Brian got blocked by the CEO, Jake Ellenbogen, once again.

Brian and Matt finish the show off with some prank calls. Of course, they make the usual call to Cody Leach (AKA DFSRams), but also try to get Mark on the phone (which he joins in eventually, for a short time). All that and more on this episode of Rams Uncensored.

Editor’s note: As part of the Rams community and the Rams Talk team, I’d like to share this campaign we have started for one of our team members in need. Take the time to check out this link and consider helping out a fellow Rams fan. https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-for-dom-somera

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