Rams sign Garrett Reynolds

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The Rams have released a pair of offensive linemen this offseason and they added one to bolster their numbers up front on Wednesday.

The team announced that they have signed Garrett Reynolds.

Reynolds spent the 2014 season in Detroit, where he played 10 games and saw time at right guard and right tackle. The 2009 fifth-round pick played for the Falcons for the first five seasons of his career and spent most of his time at guard.

Reynolds played for current Rams offensive line coach Paul Boudreau from 2009-2011 when Boudreau held the same job in Atlanta, which likely helped make the connection with St. Louis.

The Rams cut tackle Jake Long and center Scott Wells while right tackle Joe Barksdale and interior lineman Tim Barnes are free agents, so they’ll need depth at the very least heading into next season.

7 responses to “Rams sign Garrett Reynolds

  1. Good luck with that. Lions ended up using an UFA rookie (Cornelius Lucas) because this guy puts up about as much resistance as a wet fish. Honestly I’m shocked he was able to find another job after the tape he put out there last season.

  2. Any signing…as bad as that player might have been last year is an improvement over Davin Joseph.

  3. …”Jeff Fisher is an 8-8 coach”….. obviously the coach of the Cardinals hasnt seen fisher record as Rams head coach, best was 7-8-1 he first year.
    No blocking then from o-line and still no o-line……FISHER SUCKS.. same ole rams…

  4. Foles wants J.Peters in St.Louis ASAP-Get him an OL, decent run game&PA w ur TE’s could be deadly. I was/am still mad about the trade but I really think Foles can be a GOOD Starting QB with time&good protection in front of him.

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