With the wheel spinning feverishly, the Rams have found their backup quarterback.
That covers them after losing Kellen Clemens to the Chargers, and ought to clear up part of the doubt about former Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez.
With one of the likely landing spots taken out of the equation, the way is a bit more clear for Sanchez to sign with the Eagles if they’re satisfied with the condition of his shoulder.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher admitted they were interested in Sanchez, but moving on with Hill makes it seem he’s destined elsewhere.
Hill’s a perfectly functional backup, and the Rams better hope they don’t have to turn to him as often as they did with Clemens, because that would mean starter Sam Bradford has broken down again. He’ll get plenty of time to learn the offense in OTAs while Bradford recovers from a torn ACL.