The Los Angeles Rams have brought RB Chase Reynolds back on a one-year deal for 2016:
Rams have agreed to terms with RB Chase Reynolds on a 1-year deal. He's one of their top special teams players.— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) April 18, 2016
Reynolds was not tendered as a restricted free agent, but had drawn interest from a few teams, including Oakland.— Jim Thomas (@jthom1) April 18, 2016
Reynolds was a restricted free agent with three active seasons in the last three years, but did not received a tender just like fellow special teamer LB Daren Bates. Bates, though, left the Rams to sign with the Oakland Raiders a bit more than a month ago.
Reynolds was a UDFA following the 2011 NFL Draft who was originally signed by the Seattle Seahawks. After bumping around the Rams' practice squad in 2011 and 2012, Reynolds made the 53-man squad in 2013 and hasn't looked back.
With a crop of new special teams contributors in 2015, and the likelihood of a couple more being added in this offseason, how much longer can Reynolds hold on to a spot on the 53-man roster?