LEAKED: RAMS club insider reveal huge clash between Head coach Sean McVay and Rams’ 4th-round pick – “Likely Out for the Rest of the 2023 Season”

Stetson Bennett, the Los Angeles Rams’ fourth-round pick, will most certainly miss the rest of the 2023 season. On September 13, Los Angeles placed Stetson on the reserve/non-football injury list. Stetson’s head coach, Sean McVay, stated that the team is dealing with a personal problem but did not elaborate. He stated:

“I’m not going to have any additional information or anything to offer in that regard.” I sincerely hope that you would respect my requests and keep that in-house. I understand you have a job to complete, but there are some things that are bigger and more important than particulars and technicalities. We want to keep it in-house, and I want to leave it there.

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Last Monday, McVay provided a brief update on Stetson:

“He’s doing fine. I’d say there haven’t been any new developments about his return to us. I’m not ready to say he won’t be back with us this year at all, but it’s probably less likely than it is.”

Bennett was selected in the fourth round by the Los Angeles Rams.
Stetson Bennett IV was selected by the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth round, 128th overall, in the 2023 NFL Draft. Los Angeles selected him because they needed a dependable backup for Matthew Stafford, who was injured last season.

Bennett was drafted late because many thought he was too old to be drafted at 25 years old, he has limited potential, and he’s 5’11”.

Bennett would compete with Brett Rypien in his debut season to be Matthew Stafford’s backup.

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During camp, Stetson impressed.
Bennett wowed many during training camp, displaying his athleticism, arm strength, and movement. McVay was one of many people that admired him. Here’s what he had to say about it:

“I’ve been quite happy with him. The one thing that strikes out is that when Stetson has the ball in his hands, the game makes sense to him–he’s a joy to be around.”

Bennett was initially selected as the backup quarterback.

On August 29, the Rams named Stetson Bennett as Matthew Stafford’s backup and released Brett Rypien.

Bennett was injured and missed the first game of the season.
Bennett missed the season opening due to a shoulder problem that had been bothering him for some time. Rypien was elevated to the active roster to replace Stafford.

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Stafford was injured in Week 8.
Matthew Stafford missed Week 9 against the Green Bay Packers due to a sprained UCL in his right thumb suffered in Week 8 against the Dallas Cowboys. Dresser Winn was upgraded to the active roster to serve as the backup to Rypien, who started.

The Rams are now on bye, allowing Stafford an extra week to recover. If Stafford is unable to play in Week 11, Rypien will be the starting quarterback.

When will Stetson return?
Stetson Bennett’s future with the Los Angeles Lakers is unknown. He will almost certainly miss the rest of the 2023 season. We are hoping that Stetson’s problem will be resolved and that he will be able to return stronger.

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