clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Rams continue the pursuit of depth

New, comments

The 2006 draft class isn't a total loss for the Rams. The St. Louis Rams re-signed veteran C/G Mark Setterstrom, a sevneth-round pick in '06,  to a one-year contract. Setterstrom has been a steady backup for the Rams, when healthy. It's a good, low cost move that combined with the addition of C/G Hank Fraley gives the Rams quality depth and flexibility on the offensive line. 

Another one of the 30 prospects the Rams will bring in for a visit this year is Fresno State RB Ryan Mathews. This is someone the Rams could very well have their eye on with the 33rd pick of the draft. Though Mathews is considered by some a late first round pick, things could get really unpredictable given the kind of talent available in this year's draft. He posted a 4.45 second time in the 40-yard dash, 

Hey, you're unhappy with the Rams free agent season? You got nothing on Seattle fans who just saw their team trade away a very competent starting DE Darryl Tapp. And they could be planning to part ways with starting G Rob Sims, which I assume has something to do with their switch to a zone blocking scheme on the offensive line.