Robert Quinn DE
Let’s start with Robert Quinn. Number 94 will be entering his 6th season with the Rams as he hopes to rebound from his injury state in 2015. Quinn has been a sack machine for the Rams as he is averaging 10 sacks per season. However his best season came back in 2013 when he recorded 19 sacks. It’s always important to note that Quinn can change the game with one single tackle. In five seasons, Quinn has 16 forced fumbles. With Quinn back healthy next year, he will play an important role back in Los Angeles. If the Rams ever want become the most fearful line in the league, Quinn most produce a 12+ sack season.
Eugene Sims DE
Sims came up big for the Rams last season as Quinn was recovering from an injury last season. Yes Sims does not have the game changing ability as Quinn, but he filled the role and played good football. Sims will be entering his 7th season for the Rams, as he will probably be used as a filler whenever another defensive end gets tired. Sims is perfect for depth on the line, and has the capability to have a dangerous bull rush. An average yet effective player.
Doug Worthington DE
Worthington was on the practice squad for the most part of last year, but did get some action in a couple of games. Worthington actually recorded his first career fumble recovery against the Tampa Bay Bucs last season in the Color Rush Thursday Night Game. Next year Worthington will battle for a spot on the roster, and could be going back and forth between the practice and team squad. Let’s hope he shows improvement in the offseason.
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