4 former LA Rams players looking for revenge in 2023

The Rams let go of a few notable names in recent years, and they'll want revenge against their former team

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Bobby Wagner, LB

After just one season with the Rams, Bobby Wagner was released very early in the 2023 offseason. He had spent 10 years with the Seattle Seahawks before joining Los Angeles. Unfortunately, last season didn't work out for the defending Super Bowl champs and Wagner was one of a few veterans who saw the door.

Now, Wagner is back in Seattle with the Seahawks in a much better position than anyone assumed they would be in a year ago. Wagner joins an ascending Seahawks defense that plays across from one of the more surprising offenses in the league. Seattle now has a legitimate chance to make some noise in the NFC West, and of course they'll get two opportunities to square off with the Rams this year.

In Week 1, the Rams travel to take on Seattle, and the two teams will meet again in Los Angeles 10 weeks later.

Last year, Wagner totaled 140 tackles and a career-high 6.0 sacks in Los Angeles. He is still playing at an elite level, despite just turning 33 years old. Being that these are divisional games, expect Wagner to feel right back at home and bring the thunder against his former Rams team.

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