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Rams make roster moves, including cutting rookie quarterback Josh Love

It appears rookie Bryce Perkins will be the No. 3 QB

NFL: AUG 19 Rams Training Camp Photo by Jevone Moore/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The LA Rams made some roster moves on Tuesday.

They added two linebackers — but the most interesting aspect of the transactions is how they affect the team’s quarterback room.

The decision to cut Josh Love is seemingly good news for Bryce Perkins.

Los Angeles Rams played a scrimmage football game at Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, California. Photo by Keith Birmingham/MediaNews Group/Pasadena Star-News via Getty Images

The Rams signed both quarterbacks as undrafted free agents. Perkins impressed coach Sean McVay and his staff more than Love, a Long Beach product who played at San Jose State. McVay praised Perkins’ play while talking to reporters on Tuesday.

For now, it seems like McVay is satisfied with John Wolford and Perkins — who played at Arizona State and then Virginia — as his No. 2 and No. 3 quarterbacks behind starter Jared Goff. Both of the reserves can make plays with their legs and that is intriguing to the coaching staff.

I still think the backup quarterback situation is fluid, meaning the Rams still look at the waiver wire in the coming weeks. But Love’s release shows where the Rams are at right now at the position.

As for Daniel Bituli and Derrick Moncrief, both linebackers will have less than two weeks to make a push for the roster. The 53-man roster cut-down day is Sept. 5.