Rams Set to Sign Former Super Bowl Champion

Healthy QB making 'night and day' difference for Rams

The Los Angeles Rams are still trying to find a way to get back into contention in the NFC West after a dismal 5-12 season in 2022.



One way to get to that point is to get more weapons for quarterback Matthew Stafford and the offense, which struggled in a major way last season.





The Rams were particularly woeful in the passing game as well, where outside of Cooper Kupp, the production was lacking in a major way. On Thursday, however, the Rams made some headway in changing that trend, singing veteran wideout and former Super Bowl champion DeMarcus Robinson, according to his agency, Katz Brothers Sports.



Robinson, who was a part of the Super Bowl LIV champion Chiefs in the 2019-20 season, spent six years in Kansas City, catching 145 passes on 227 targets for 1,679 yards and 14 touchdowns in 97 games, with 42 starts.



Rams Set to Sign Former Super Bowl Champion



Robinson then moved on to the Baltimore Ravens last season, where he played in all 17 games and had five starts. Over that time, caught 48 passes for 458 yards and two scores. Before joining Baltimore, he also had a brief stint with the Las Vegas Raiders last August before being cut.