There's a new show in town on the west coast with the St. Louis Rams relocating to Los Angeles this offseason, preparing to kick off their first year in the golden state since 1994 come September. The Rams roster boasts plenty of youth, with reigning Rookie of the Year Todd Gurley at running back and first overall pick Jared Goff behind center, but they may want to leave some roster spots free for a couple of local walk-ons.

With NFL training camp's underway, the Rams posted the above photo to Twitter Wednesday evening (Aug. 3), showing Kendrick Lamar and Schoolboy Q running routes at their practice facility. With Kanye West's verse from "Clique" playing, Kendrick runs a corner route, with Schoolboy delivering a pass right on the money.

Considering the Rams' back-and-forth history with Los Angeles, as a franchise, they remain behind the Oakland Raiders and San Fransisco 49ers in terms of hip-hop significance within California, the black and silver garb of the former adopted by N.W.A. and more, the winning ways of the latter resonating with sports fans everywhere. Inviting the TDE boys to training camp through is a great way to change that, with Gurley, who is signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation Sports, serving as a draw as well.

The Rams begin their preseason on Aug. 13 against the Dallas Cowboys and play Week 1 at the 49ers on Sept. 12. Watch Q and K. Dot connect in the video up above.

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