It’s been a weird day for the Rams.
First, they unexpectedly brought back lifetime Rams defensive lineman Michael Brockers to a three-years deal. A week ago, Brockers was considered a former Ram, agreeing to terms with the Baltimore Ravens. After an issue with his ankle, the Baltimore deal blew up and Brockers quickly went back to the team that drafted him in the first round in 2012.
The joy was subdued some later Friday when kicker Greg Zuerlein, who spent his entire eight-season career with the Rams, signed with Dallas. It ended an era and left a big kicking hole for the Rams.
Now, the weirdness continues as news broke that reserve safety’s Marqui Christian’s agreement with the New York Jets has dissolved.
The Jets' free-agent agreement with former Rams S Marqui Christian has fallen through, a source confirmed. (NY Post first) The two sides couldn't agree to final contract terms. There appeared to be a one-year, $2 million deal in place last Saturday.... https://t.co/Tx4w3qhc1o— Rich Cimini (@RichCimini) March 27, 2020
Therefore, like Brockers was, Christian is now back on the market
He has been a reserve for the Rams, having played 44 games with one start for the Rams in the past three years. Christian 25, has been a backup and special teamer for the Rams. If the price is right, he could join Brockers as another Rams’ reverse re-signing.