How effective will the Rams Kams be in the refurbished secondary in 2024?

Neither Kamren Curl nor Kamren Kincens are guaranteed playing time, but when they take the field, will the NFL be ready for them?
Los Angeles Rams OTA Offseason Workout, Kamren Curl
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Kamren Curl can become the new enforcer on the Rams defense

Curl is a solid defensive weapon, blitzing 87 times over his past four seasons. He has sacked the quarterback 5.0 times while recording 14 QB pressures, six QB hurries, and three QB knockdowns. And that is just one defensive weapon added to the Rams secondary.

The 6-foot-2 198-pound Kamren Curl arrives to a Rams defense with needs for everything he brings to a football field. He has all the qualities of a super saiyan that was the prized find and fit in Raheem Morris's secondary. And the fit is obvious to many NFL analysts:

Of course, Curl has to earn playing time in this defense. And the Rams secondary is bursting with talent. But it's clear that Curl has such a vast range of skills and excels at areas that the team cannot effectively address with other personnel options, I can see Curl competing with ILB Ernest Jones for the team's lead in tackles this season.

The fantastic aspect of Kamren Curl's signing onto the Rams roster is that many pre-free agency projections expected him to land a top-dollar contract. But the front office shrewdly secured him for a bargain basement rate of two-years for $9 million. That is a fraction of the cost he was expected to draw by many analysts.

Now, what about turnovers? Let's see what the Rams secondary is cooking up in their Kinchens.