3 Former Rams Who Will Fail Miserably With Their New Teams After Free Agency

The Los Angeles Rams saw a few free agents change different zip codes this offseason. We will break down how these players will fare in their new situations.

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3. Jordan Fuller

Fuller was another defensive player who took off as a full-time starter last season with the Rams but will try to have similar success in Carolina. Fuller reunites with Ejiro Evero, who used to be on Sean McVay’s staff.

Last season with the Rams, the 25-year-old defensive back played outstanding football, posting 94 combined tackles, eight pass deflections, three forced fumbles, and a tackle for loss. He also had a 63 completion percentage allowed on targets, an 86.0 pass rating allowed when targeted, and gave up three touchdowns.

With the type of season he had, plus Fuller’s age, his best football is yet to come. However, he won’t be playing behind the same defense he had with the Rams last season, as the Panthers lost two key members in their front seven (Frankie Luvu and Brian Burns).

To the Panthers’ credit, they’ve done an adequate job of filling those voids, but it will be a work in progress this season.

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