Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post Dispatch reports that the St. Louis Rams have not been in contact with veteran QB Jeff Garcia.
"But it doesn’t look like Garcia, a free agent, is in the plans for St. Louis. Granted, things can change in an instant in the volatile world of free agency. But as of Saturday afternoon, Garcia had not heard from the Rams. And league sources indicated later in the day that the team was not interested."
With the gun shy Marc Bulger, and unproven Brock Berlin as the only two QBs on the Rams roster the thought is they will sign a veteran to push Marc Bulger. However do the Rams really have enough cap room to sign a veteran QB if he is only going to sit on the bench and not really have a shot as the #1? With the Rams coming off a 2-14 season I do not see anyone below that is worth taking a shot on. We are not in a position to pick up a backup that can win a playoff game, we are in position to find our future. These guys are not the future. What are your thoughts?
Patrick Ramsey, Denver Broncos
Charlie Batch, Pittsburgh Steelers
Kyle Boller, Baltimore Ravens
Rex Grossman, Chicago Bears
Byron Leftwich, Pittsburgh Steelers
J.P. Losman, Buffalo Bills
Kurt Warner, Arizona Cardinals
Jeff Garcia, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Charlie Frye, Seattle Seahawks
Brooks Bollinger, Dallas Cowboys
Chris Simms, Tennessee Titans
J.T. O’Sullivan, San Francisco 49ers
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