The Los Angeles Rams Turned A Malibu Beach House Into Their Draft War Room

The Los Angeles Rams are going all out for this year’s NFL Draft. At least as far as looks go, that is. Last year, several teams had to get creative with their draft setups due to the COVID pandemic. This year, the Los Angeles Rams have stepped up to the plate. Many teams will be able to draft from their own rooms this year, however, the Rams opted to get fancy with their new facilities. According to Rams reporter Jourdan Rodrigue, the team has converted a Malibu, California beach house into their draft war room. See pictures of their new setup below.


“So the Rams converted a Malibu beach house into their draft war room and will be operating out of it for this year’s draft (a sentence I can’t believe I just typed). Your move, Kliff!” Jourdan tweeted.

Rodrigue called out Arizona Cardinals head coach, Kliff Kingsbury, due to their set up last year in Kingsbury’s Arizona mansion. The Rams have now one-upped Kingsbury by turning a Malibu beach house into their own personal draft room. The NFL Draft doesn’t get much fancier than this.

The 2021 NFL Draft is scheduled to begin on Thursday, April 29. The Rams don’t have a first-round pick but have the No. 57 overall selection in the second round. We will have to wait and see if the Los Angeles Rams’ draft is as glamorous as their setup. It is definitely going to be hard to get a better grade than they do for their facilities.

Fortunately, we won’t have to wait long to see what Sean McVay and the rams do in the draft as it is right around the corner.

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