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Los Angeles Rams sign DB Nate Holley

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The Rams made a move to add depth to the secondary

Kent State DB Nate Holley tries to tackle Penn State QB Trace McSorley, September 3, 2016.
Kent State DB Nate Holley tries to tackle Penn State QB Trace McSorley, September 3, 2016.
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The Los Angeles Rams made a roster move today, signing defensive back Nate Holley after the completion of the club’s OTAs. The former Kent State product adds depth to the Rams secondary entering the minicamp next week.

Holley, a KSU standout, had 426 tackles, joins his brother Nick who is currently on the Rams' 90-man roster.

Holley, considered an in-the-box safety, was recently cleared on felony kidnapping and felonious assault charges. Once considered a top 10 safety and mid-round pick, the off the field character concerns led to Holley not being selected in the draft.

Here’s to a feel good story of connecting brothers in the NFL and maximizing opportunities!