The Rams added a veteran quarterback A.J. Feeley to the team’s roster. When offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur was with Philadelphia, he had a good working relationship with Feeley from 2001-2004.
The 32 year old will enter his 11th season. Head Coach Steve Spagnuolo was the Eagles’ defensive backs coach during Feeley’s first three seasons with the club, and Rams offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur served as Feeley’s position coach for five of Feeley’s six years in Philadelphia.
Feeley appeared in 23 games and started 15 while playing for four different franchises. In 2002, he started the final five games of the season after Donovan McNabb and Koy Detmer were injured. Feeley led the Eagles to a 4-1 mark during that span and helped Philadelphia secure home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Prior to the 2004 season, the Eagles traded Feeley to Miami in exchange for a second-round draft choice. Feeley started eight games for the Dolphins in 2004 before being traded to the San Diego Chargers midway through the 2005 season. He re-signed with Philadelphia in 2006, where he served as a reserved for three seasons. Feeley spent 15 weeks of the 2009 season with the Carolina Panthers.