The Rams added two players, both coming from NFC West Division rivals to beef up their roster by adding offensive lineman Tony Wragge and tight end Stephen Spach. To make room, the Rams released lineman Hank Fraley and tight end Ben Guidugli.
Wragge gives the Rams added another tough, big, versatile lineman capable of being active on game days because of his ability to play anywhere on the line.
Danario Alexander, Mizzou’s all-time leading receiver pushed hard through training camp, overcoming a painful knee and it paid off in the coaching staff awarding him with one of the roster spots.
Spach has spent two seasons in New England – one with current Rams offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels – and the past three years with the Cardinals. For his career, Spach has 20 catches for 135 yards but at 6’4, 260 pounds, he’s an accomplished in line blocker.