The Rams have brought in Jeremiah Poutasi and Cornelius Lucas to workout according to multiple sources.
Poutasi, a 23-year-old OG, was drafted in the 3rd round of the 2015 NFL draft by the Tennessee Titans, who would cut him a year and a half later via waivers after playing 11 games for them. Later on that year, the Jacksonville Jaguars would sign him to their practice squad, and will eventually promote him to their 53-man roster where he would log only one start, leading to his release this year.
Lucas, 25, is a UDFA from Kansas State who signed a three year $1,500,000 contract with the Lions in 2014 and managed to make the 53-man roster in each of those years before becoming an RFA, after playing 35 games (starting just six of them). The Detroit Lions signed him to an RFA contract back in April, and would not make the roster, making him an FA.
Both players have experience and would add essential and most needed depth in a thin OL that features aging experience on one side and inconsistency on the other.