Saturday was when NFL teams had to cut down their rosters to 53 players, which led to a flurry of activity around the league. The following day was when teams could start adding players to their ten-man practice squads. Now, the Los Angeles Rams have filled out their Practice Squad with players.

Offensive players on the practice squad

All of the offensive players that the Los Angeles Rams added to their practice squad were guys that they released as part of roster cuts on Saturday. Fullback Sam Rogers was the team's sixth-round pick out of Virginia Tech and is the type of player that can do a bit of everything.

However, he is on the practice squad since the team doesn't currently need a fullback on the active roster.

Second-year receiver Paul McRoberts spent most of last season on the practice squad, where he once again finds himself. McRoberts played in two games last season, recording one catch for six yards. Tight end Travis Wilson is also a second-year player who has been transitioning from playing college quarterback at Utah. Wilson is 6-foot-7 and athletic but is still a major work in progress.

Undrafted center out of Washington Jake Eldrenkamp is on the Rams' practice squad after losing the backup center job to Austin Blythe. Micheal Dunn, an undrafted tackle from Maryland, is also the second offensive lineman the Rams added.

He has plenty of experience after starting 48 games in college.

Defensive players on the practice squad

Like the offensive players, the Rams also added defensive players to their practice squad that they cut from the main roster. Defensive tackle Omarius Bryant is a player from Western Kentucky who has a knack for disrupting plays.

Bryant's 63 combined pressures were the second most in college last season according to Pro Football Focus.

Linebacker Cassanova McKinzy was a member of the Rams' practice squad toward the end of last season, where he is once again. McKinzy is best suited for a 3-4 defense, which the team is implementing this year.

Carlos Thompson is the other linebacker on the practice squad.

Thompson spent his first two years with the Texans before the Rams signed him this offseason. He injured his ankle in the second preseason game but should be fully healthy.

The final member of the group is defensive back Isaiah Johnson, who has the most experience of any of the ten players. In 2015 he played in six games with the Lions and played two with the Rams last season. Johnson is an intelligent and fundamentally sound player.