While you slept, Rams add FA who has proven to be a thorn in biggest rivals side

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The LA Rams finally broke their losing streak to the San Francisco 49ers in Week 18 of the 2023 NFL season. Now, the Rams are seeking to turn the tables and start a winning streak of their own. And things are about to get very interesting indeed.

You see, the LA Rams have turned their attention from addressing their offensive line to addressing their secondary, and the team needed to add a player to compensate for the expired contracts of both defensive back Jordan Fuller and defensive back John Johnson III.

Some expected the Rams front office to swing for the fences. But even though they may have done exactly that, it's a safe bet that few, if any, fans expected the Rams to sign this free-agent safety. But now that they appear to have reached an agreement to do exactly that, the more I learn about former Washington Commanders safety Kamren Curl, the more I like what I am discovering. Let's see if you might feel the same after you read up on him, eh?

Let's ease into this by giving you some of his basics. He is a 6-foot-2, 198-pound defensive back who was drafted by the Washington Commanders in the seventh-round of the 20202 NFL Draft. Since his arrival to the Commanders secondary, he has been a consistent contributor. Of 66 possible games, he has suited up for 60 games, and started 53 of them. But what has he done for the Commanders once he has stepped onto the football field?

Well, Pro Football Focus has certainly liked what they have seen from him. PFF has graded him over the past four seasons, never giving him anything lower than 66.6, his 2023 grade. But they graded him at 82.9 in 2022, a score that often designates a player as one of the best at their position.

Pro Football Focus was not done praising Curl.