The St. Louis Rams agreed to sign Gary Stills to their roster to anchor their special teams. Gary Stills has played in the NFL for 9 years and is 34 years old. This is another solid move by Al Saunders and the St. Louis Rams. Stills has played 16 games, six straight years. Like the Jacob Bell acquisition this is another player that may not be spectacular but is required for a solid squad. We need players that can take the field week in and week out without injury. Tim McGarigle will probably lose his roster spot once Gary signs, but you never know. The Rams may not be done yet picking up pieces to the puzzle.
Looking for ways to bolster their coverage units, the Rams have agreed to terms with special teams ace Gary Stills. Stills, 34, is scheduled to arrive in St. Louis on Tuesday.
Contract terms weren’t immediately available. The team will have to release a player from the 53-man roster to make room for Stills. With seven linebackers already on the roster, the cut is expected to come from that unit.