The Rams continue to make moves in the free agent market. After losing Ryan Pickett and Damione Lewis in March, St. Louis signed defensive lineman Jason Fisk to a one-year deal. He is expected to arrive in St. Louis today and practice Friday at the team’s minicamp.
St. Louis also looked to improve its special teams and secondary. They signed kicker Remy Hamilton and cornerback Kevin Timothee.
Fisk is in the 12th year of his career and is thinking towards making it his last. The 6-foot-3, 300-pounder was drafted by the Vikings in 1995. He spent four years with Minnesota before moving on to Tennessee. Fisk stayed with the Titans for three years and the Niners for three more. He spent last season with new head coach Romeo Crennel in Cleveland. Fisk played in all 16 games last year totaling 39 tackles and was released after the season.
The highlight of Fisk’s career was starting on the 2000 Titans team that lost to the Rams in the Super Bowl.