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Los Angeles Rams Re-Sign $33 Million Safety, Once Again Bringing Back A Formerly Departed Secondary Piece

The Los Angeles Rams appear set to challenge for the AFC West once more following a surprisingly competitive 2023 “rebuilding” season.

Los Angeles Rams Looking To Become A Powerhouse On Both Sides Of The Ball

With an elite receiving corps that includes Cooper Kupp and breakout star Puka Nacua, as well as highly compensated guards Kevin Dotson and former Detroit Lion Jonah Jackson, bookends Alaric Jackson and longtime veteran Rob Havenstein, and perhaps the most underappreciated offensive line in the NFL, the Rams may have the best offensive line in the NFC for quarterback Matthew Stafford to work with.

But what really caught the attention of many LA Rams watchers last season was not just the offense, which ended seventh in total yardage despite Stafford playing in just two games, but also the youthful defense, which was primarily made up of young mid-round draft picks who made significant contributions.

Kobie Turner and Byron Young, two third-round rookie pass rushers who are notoriously tough to draft outside of the first round, combined for 17 sacks; Turner was a nominee for the Defensive Rookie of the Year award. Moreover, the Los Angeles Rams made the decision to add Tre’Davious White and Darious Williams to the back end in order to strengthen the young cornerback tandem of Derion Kendrick and Cobie Durant.

Now, however, LA have decided to bring back a familiar face at the safety position to pair with recently signed free agent, Kamren Curl, per Adam Schefter.


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