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Another focus for the Rams offense is improving their blocking on the perimeter so running backs can break defensive containment to the outside.
“I feel like I know we're capable of putting together a better game offensively,” Shaner said. “We did some good things last week, but I just want to do them more consistently.”
The Rams will get a couple of personnel additions against Triad. Jacobee Marshall returns from a two-game suspension. Marshall is expected to give the Rams a boost at the wide receiver along with the secondary. C.J. Lloyd has also missed the opening two weeks of the season with an injury. Last season he contributed to the Rams on kick returns and at running back.
Friday's home game starts at 7 p.m.