Even though the Los Angeles Rams are known for adding proven veterans and established players rather than drafting rookies,

they’ve managed to field one of the youngest rosters in the NFL each year under Sean McVay.

That remains true in 2022, despite the team adding Bobby Wagner and Troy Hill to the team – both of whom are over 30 years old.

According to Spotrac, the Rams have the eighth-youngest team in the NFL this year.

They have an average age of 26 years old, which is actually slightly higher than last year (25.94, 11th in the NFL).

It’s somewhat surprising that they got older this season despite losing 40-year-old Andrew Whitworth to retirement,

but Wagner being 32 offset Whitworth’s departure a bit. Only the Lions, Browns, Cowboys,

they’ve managed to field one of the youngest rosters in the NFL each year under Sean McVay.

Giants, Jaguars, Eagles and Chiefs have younger rosters than the Rams entering Week 1.