Though the Rams have yet to use their three-week top spot in the “dibs” list for waivers to the same extent the Lions utilized it in 2009, the Rams exercised their 1-15 priority to nab former Giants linebacker Bryan Kehl on Wednesday.
Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger reports, and we’ve confirmed, that the Rams trumped the Bears and the Jags, who both made waiver claims as to Kehl. He replaces Josh Hull, who was placed on injured reserve.
Also, the Rams recently brought in a trio of players for look-sees, per the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: tackle Kirk Chambers, defensive back Victor “Macho” Harris, and linebacker Kevin Malast. None were signed.