3 reasons Los Angeles Rams big winners after re-signing Dante Fowler Jr.

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Here are three reasons the Los Angeles Rams are big winners for already re-signing Dante Fowler Jr. as free agency gets underway this week.

In what came as a bit of a surprise late Sunday night, the Los Angeles Rams announced an agreement with Dante Fowler Jr. on a one-year deal, meaning the former first-round pick would be back for the 2019 season.

As soon as Super Bowl 53 came to an end, Fowler was one of the biggest questions surrounding the Rams when it came to free agency since despite the mutual interest from both parties, there was always the fear in another team offering him a better deal, especially if it was long-term.

The fact that Fowler was willing to agree to a deal before the official start of free agency not only shows how much the Florida product loves Los Angeles, but also shows the potential he sees in this team having what it takes to make another run at the Super Bowl.

Leading up to the trade deadline last season, the Rams knew they had nothing to lose by acquiring Fowler since they had the mindset of he was a former first-round pick for a reason, and just because things went downhill with the Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t mean things couldn’t get better.

Without Fowler’s presence, it’s tough to imagine if Los Angeles would have been able to earn a trip to the Super Bowl the way they did since he came through in numerous ways, and it’s beyond exciting to think about what he can do in a full season with the team.

Before the Rams know it, the madness that comes with free agency will officially be here, and it will be fun to see which key players they end up signing, whether it happens to be on offense or defense.

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Until then, it’s time to look deeper into what will be considered a top move from the offseason by discussing why signing Fowler already makes the Rams winners in free agency.