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    Is there anyone out there (free agents) that would help the Rams at this point???

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    Carnell Lake was released by Jax for cap reasons. He could add some quality leadership, but we would have to talk down his price since we're pushing the cap envelope.

    He's a proven leader and a Pro-Bowl DB. He was injured last year, but should be ready to go this year. I'd like to pick him up maybe for 1 year or so, but he might be too expensive.

    Other than him, i think we should be all set.

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    • #3
      Henry Jones ex Buffalo safety is probably worth a look and certainly is agent has had talks with the Rams

      I think the cap is probably pretty tight so we won't see a lot of signings
      :helmet:
      GO CLAYMORES : DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

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      • #4
        I don't see any signings happening anytime soon either. I think they need to just go with what they have and see what it does for a few weeks. Let's just hope all the starters stay healthy.

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        • #5
          What in the world do we need another saftey for????
          Henry or Lake....??

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          • #6
            I think we might be a tad inexperienced at safety, Bowen, Coady and Arch total something like two NFL starts, which leaves Herring who has been injured as our experienced guy. That's a bit scary.
            :helmet:
            GO CLAYMORES : DEAD BUT NOT FORGOTTEN

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            • #7
              henry jones might have already been picked up, either way i saw no to him and maybe to Lake.

              I agree with DODRAM, we need experience and leadership, but i don't forsee the team going after anybody unless theirs a season ending injury situation. We're good where we are.

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