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Random Ramsdom: Should the Rams sign OG Ronald Leary?

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The first Sunday of the NFL season is just two days away but teams won’t ever stop making moves to better their teams throughout the season. Whether it’s trades and/or signing free agents, the gears are always turning inside the minds of coaches and general managers.

Per Brad Gagnon, who just released an updated version of his “best free agent option for each NFL team” article, the Rams should attempt to kick the tires on former Broncos and Cowboys offensive guard Ronald Leary.

Joseph Noteboom, Austin Corbett and David Edwards all struggled at the guard position for the Los Angeles Rams in 2019, and Brian Allen didn’t perform well at center. The Rams have reason to feel OK about Austin Blythe in the middle, but all of their guards should be on short leashes entering 2020.”

“That means Leary should be on top of their call list.”

“He might not have a lot left, but an upgrade is an upgrade, and his talent and experience could really help a team that is doing its best to cling to contention this year.”

That last sentence is what I want to highlight. The Rams, after failing to make the playoffs at 9-7 last year, and who are playing in the toughest division in the NFL, will be doing everything they can to not only compete, but to stay alive for the postseason this year. Leary’s presence wouldn’t do anything but improve their offensive line in a season where it needs to be at it’s best with a pair of young running backs working behind it.

Go ahead and give us your thoughts on this potential move in the comments. Would this signing be ideal or no?

And here are today’s links.

Rams News:

How to watch the Rams take on the Cowboys at SoFi Stadium (

CB Jalen Ramsey has incentives in his new contract named after his daughters (The Rams Wire)

S John Johnson is taking on more of a leadership role in his 4th season (

Bret Stuter gives you 5 reasons to love the Rams’ 53-man roster (Ramblin’ Fan)

NFL News:

Kevin Seifert discusses what he saw in last night’s game (ESPN)

Chiefs CB Charvarius Ward fractured his hand against the Texans (ESPN)

Josh Edwards posted an early 2021 NFL mock draft (CBS Sports)

Texans HC Bill O’Brien is overwhelmed as the team’s general manager (Bleacher Report)

Brad Gagnon listed an available free agent for every NFL team to sign (Bleacher Report)

J.J. Watt says the booing during last night’s moment of unity was “unfortunate.” (Pro Football Talk)