Good News: Just In Los Angeles Rams confirm To Resign Another Experienced Star

Rams re-sign a player to maintain some defensive line continuity.
Larrell Murchison was signed back by the Rams after Aaron Donald decided to retire.

The depth of Los Angeles’ defensive line was beginning to show after future Hall of Famer Aaron Donald retired and DL Jonah Williams was lost to the Minnesota Vikings via free agency. With the one-year contract that defensive lineman Larrell Murchison re-signed with the organization on Friday, the team received a small boost.


Following his waiver claim by the Rams in 2022, Murchison became a member of the team and continued to play with them in 2023. With the ability to play both interior line and edge rusher, Murchison, a fifth-year veteran, might see his role grow this season. Last season, he played 252 snaps with five pressures, 16 tackles, and three starts.

Although this decision shouldn’t stop Los Angeles from making an early NFL Draft selection of a defensive lineman, Murchison proved last season that he can be, at the very least, a reliable rotational player and, in a pinch, a marginal starter.

The Rams’ defensive line depth chart now only has four players: Bobby Brown III, Desjuan Johnson, Kobie Turner, and Murchison. This indicates that the draft in April may be heavily weighted toward defense.

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