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  • Fraley joins Rams

    From NFL Network:

    Veteran offensive lineman Hank Fraley has agreed to terms with the St. Louis Rams, according to his agent, Ralph Cindrich.
    Fraley, who was released by the Browns before the start of free agency, can play both center and guard. He had been in negotiations with the Rams over the last several days and also had been scheduled to meet with the Chiefs.
    Fraley, a starter throughout his 10 seasons with the Eagles and Browns, started four games last season.
    Last edited by Nick; -03-15-2010, 03:55 AM. Reason: NO LINKS

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  • TheBritishRam
    Hank Fraley to visit rams
    by TheBritishRam
    Cut by the Cleveland Browns last week, veteran offensive lineman Hank Fraley is going to visit the St. Louis Rams, according to his agent, Ralph Cindrich.

    Fraley is an experienced blocker with 52 starts for the Browns over the past four seasons.

    He previously played for the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Last season, Fraley appeared in 15 games with four starts.

    His release wasn't a surprise considering the presence of talented young center Alex Mack, the Browns' first-round pick last spring.

    Now, he's in a job-hunting mode.

    The Rams are his first visit since being released.
    -03-11-2010, 07:04 AM
  • Varg6
    Browns part with Andruzzi after 2 seasons...
    by Varg6
    Continuing the remaking of their offensive line, the Cleveland Browns on Wednesday released veteran guard Joe Andurzzi, making the 10-year veteran an unrestricted free agent.

    The release of Andruzzi, who started 27 games for the Browns over the past two seasons, means the team will enter 2007 without its two starting guards from a year ago. Seven-year veteran Cosey Coleman is an unrestricted free agent and still available, but Cleveland has made no effort to re-sign him.

    Andruzzi, 31, was acquired by the Browns in 2005 as an unrestricted free agent, not only for his football skills but also for his locker room leadership. He had played five seasons in New England and was familiar with Browns' coach Romeo Crennel from the time they spent together with the Patriots.

    In New England, Andruzzi was a part of three Super Bowl champion teams.

    The former Southern Connecticut State standout, who entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with Green Bay in 1997, wants to continue his career, according to agent Joe Linta. In stints with the Packers (1997-99), Patriots (2000-2004) and Browns (2005-2006), Andruzzi has played in 122 games, including 102 as a starter.

    Andruzzi has logged at least 11 starts in each of the past seven seasons. He had two years left on his contract, at base salaries of $1.5 million (2007) and $2.5 million (2008).

    The Browns have overhauled the offensive line, including the selection of left tackle Joe Thomas of Wisconsin with the third overall choice in the weekend draft, and figure to start a dramatically different unit in 2007.

    At guard, Cleveland signed standout Eric Steinbach as an unrestricted free agent and he will start on the left side. The Browns also added veteran Seth McKinney in free agency and like developing youngster Isaac Sowells. There is also a chance that the selection of Thomas in the draft will precipitate a move of starting left tackle Kevin Shaffer to guard.

    Len Pasquarelli is a senior NFL writer for
    -05-02-2007, 06:48 PM
  • Leics_Ram
    Hank Fraley signs with Rams
    by Leics_Ram
    Fraley's agent has announced on his Twitter account that he has cancelled a proposed visit with the Kansas City Chiefs and has instead signed with the Rams.

    Decent signing - solid back up C and also gives us depth at Guard.
    -03-14-2010, 01:32 PM
  • Ramblin` Ram
    C Fraley,LB Diggs visit Rams.
    by Ramblin` Ram
    C Fraley, LB Diggs visit Rams Park
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    Veteran offensive linemen Hank Fraley completed his visit with the St. Louis Rams on Friday afternoon. So did linebacker Na’ill Diggs.

    But both free agents left without a contract.

    Fraley, who was released recently by the Cleveland Browns, has played center for most of his 10-year career but can also play guard.

    id take both for depth...Paris Lenon has visited the Cards btw..
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    Farr Joins Rams Radio Network
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    By Duane Lewis

    Dee-Moe is back!!

    Former Rams' DT D'Marco Farr is back with the Rams. He joins the Rams' Radio Network as a pre-game analyst for the 2006 season.

    Farr, who played for the Rams from 1994-2000, will team with Malcolm Briggs on the pre-game show on KLOU (103.3 FM) before all Rams' games. Farr is the newest addition to the Rams' Radio Network. Steve Savard returns for his 9th season on the team, his 7th as play-by-play announcer. Former St. Louis Football Cardinals' Head Coach and Rams' offensive line coach Jim Hanifan moves from the pre-game show to the broadcast booth as game analyst, replacing the late Jack Snow.

    "What D'Marco brings to the table is instant credibility and a personality our listeners will enjoy," said Jim Stassi, Broadcast Operations Manager for the Rams Radio Network. "He definitely bleeds blue and gold - once a Ram, always a Ram."

    Always gregarious in front of the microphone, Farr was a host on the Best Damn Sports Show Period and is a co-host of a sports radio talk show in Los Angeles.

    Farr was a popular and hard-working player with the Rams during his tenure. Farr played in 100 games with the Rams, 88 as a starter. For his career, he made 262 tackles (182 solo), 36.5 sacks, three interceptions, 23 passes defensed, 9 forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries.

    He emerged as a full-time starter in 1995, the Rams' inaugural campaign in the Gateway City. Farr made 54 tackles while leading the team in quarterback pressures (21), forced fumbles (4) and sacks, posting a career-high 11.5.

    Farr made the Pro Bowl in the Rams' Super Bowl Championship season of 1999 after posting 48 stops, and was second on the team with 8.5 sacks, 38 quarterback pressures, seven passes defensed, and four forced fumbles.
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