Ed "Pi Double i" Henderson
The Los Angeles Rams have added outside linebacker Josh Carraway to the team after the release of safety Blake Countess. Countess refused to accept a pay cut which led to his release.
Carraway, a seventh-round selection of the 2017 NFL Draft by the Tennessee Titans, played collegiately at TCU. Carraway would make the Titans 53-man initial roster but would be released mid-season. Carraway would clear waivers as the Titans would resign him to their practice squad. Carraway remained with the Titans but released in 2018, and signed to the Washington Redskins practice squad.
The 6'3" 245 pound Carraway will compete as an EDGE Rusher with the Rams a position that the Rams are brutally seeking a presence with an outside force. The Rams added veteran Clay Matthews during free agency, and also have Obo Okoronkwo, Matt Longacre, Samson Ebukam, Justin Lawler, Trevon Young, and Dante Flower Jr. to compete.
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