General manager Les Snead didn’t add a ton of payroll to his young St. Louis Rams roster in the early stages of free agency. Things have been pretty quiet with regard to the volume of moves that St. Louis has made, but the potential impact these moves could have on the St. Louis offense is enormous.
The Rams parted ways with their team leaders in rushing attempts and receptions by allowing Steven Jackson and Danny Amendola to suit up with the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots, respectively.
Snead signed someone with the potential to be both the primary target for Sam Bradford and the overall focus for the offense. He also got Bradford a blindside protector, cut ties with one of the team’s veterans and re-signed a couple of depth guys along the defensive line.