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Rams are the youngest team in the NFL for fourth straight season

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, left, and general manager Les Snead, right, introduce first-round draft pick Todd Gurley during a news conference at the NFL football team's practice facility Friday, May 1, 2015, in St. Louis. Gurley, a running back from Georgia, was picked tenth overall by the Rams. (AP Photo/Whitney Curtis)

St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, left, and general manager Les Snead, right, introduce first-round draft pick Todd Gurley during a news conference at the NFL football team's practice facility Friday, May 1, 2015, in St. Louis. Gurley, a running back from Georgia, was picked tenth overall by the Rams. (AP Photo/Whitney Curtis)

Entering Year 4 under Jeff Fisher and GM Les Snead, the Rams are once again the youngest team in the NFL -- this time for the fourth straight season.

With an average age of 24.94, it is the youngest roster under Fisher.

Of players on the 53-man roster, 11 are rookies.

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Core defensive pieces such as Robert Quinn (25), Aaron Donald (24), Michael Brockers (24), T.J. McDonald (24), Janoris Jenkins (26), James Laurinaitis (28), Alec Ogletree (23) have yet to reach their potential or are entering their prime.

Even the offense boasts some young talent in Tre Mason (22), Todd Gurley (21), Nick Foles (26), Brian Quick (26) and Tavon Austin (24), among others.

Whether this young squad can turn in its most successful season yet in 2015 is one the Rams are hoping for.

(h/t Turf Show Times)