Los Angeles Rams re-sign Center Tim Barnes and S Cody Davis on two-year deals


Both Center Tim Barnes and Safety Cody Davis have been re-signed on two-year deals. 

Updated: Tim Barnes deal is 2 years: $5.5 million with $3.25 Million guaranteed. 

It started off as a slow day for the Los Angeles Rams, but they have re-signed some quality players for the upcoming season. It started off losing both Janoris Jenkins and Rodney McLeod but it has picked up from here. The Rams have re-signed William Hayes and Mark Barron and now have other two players returning to the team for the next two years.

It’s official the Rams are bringing back Center Tim Barnes who won the starting job last year. The Rams were interested in other centers but never pulled the trigger. Could Tim Barnes be the starter for the upcoming season?

Barnes was the player of the game when the Rams faced the Seattle Seahawks in Seattle. Barnes would recover two fumbles in a span of three plays which that drive leading towards six points. Welcome back Barnes. Stay Tuned for more information on the actual amount of the agreement.

The Los Angeles Rams are also going to be bringing back Cody Davis. Per Myles Simmons and the Rams they have indeed signed the Davis on a two-year contract. The details are still coming on the total amount on the agreement. Davis could fill the role of Rodney McLeod. McLeod accepted a deal with the Eagles earlier Wednesday morning.

There is still a lot of time left in free agency before the NFL Draft, but the Rams are slowly figuring out next years team. Cody Davis did play in all 16 games last year, same with Center Tim Barnes.

Tim Barnes and Cody Davis are off the market and heading to Los Angeles to join the team. Let’s see if the Rams can continue to sign much-needed players for next season. Stay tuned for more information on how much the deal is and other Los Angeles Rams agreements today.