Rams sign Tutu Atwell

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The Rams have their first pick in the 2021 NFL draft in the fold.

Tutu Atwell, a wide receiver from Louisville selected No. 57 overall, has signed his rookie contract with the Rams.

The Rams didn’t have a first-round pick because of the Jalen Ramsey trade, and they also traded down from their third-round pick, so Atwell in the second round was their only pick in the Top 100.

Atwell weighed in at a tiny 155 pounds at his Pro Day, but he has impressive speed, with a 4.32 40-yard dash.

6 responses to “Rams sign Tutu Atwell

  1. In about 8 months, all you’re going to be hearing all over Souther California is: TuuuuuTuuuuu…..TuuuuuuuuTuuuuuuuu!!!”

  2. Got to be careful with him returning punts- he could suffer a career-ending injury if the punter manages to tackle him squarely.

  3. I love Matt, he was always the company guy. Never had any fire or didn’t show signs of being a captain verbally. He has been in the league a long time and the Lions always focused the draft and free agency on making his life easier. Just look at how many WR’s RB’s TE’s and OL’s were drafted to make Matt good. He has had so many injuries, 8 years ago he was called a China Doll but to be fair he has played through injuries ( even though I hated it because it always screwed over our draft pick ) But his body is sooo Fkeddd. And honestly he is like the most highest paid player in NFL history so I will say I hope he gets hurt early in the season, and he will get hurt that was why Jarrod Goff got kicked out because he had no protection and he was the scapegoat. But if Matty gets hurt early those draft picks we collected will start looking really nice.

  4. Hand this kid the ball on a jet sweep. After he gets past the d-line no one will catch him.

  5. With Atwell or Jackson providing just the threat of the long ball, Kupp, Woods, and Higbee are going to be more open than ever. Fun times in LA.

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