Rams linebacker Leonard Floyd is going to re-sign with Los Angeles. He was signed to a one-year contract last year with the Rams. The length of his new contract has not been reported at time of writing, but the NFL’s Ian Rapoport has tweeted that it involves $16 million per year.
ESPN’s Josina Anderson was the first to report that Leonard Floyd was re-signing with the Los Angeles Rams.
#Rams source to me just now: "Leonard (Floyd) done."
— IG: JosinaAnderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 15, 2021
During his only season in Los Angeles so far, Floyd had 55 combined tackles, 10.5 sacks, one safety and two forced fumbles. His 2020 sack number was a career best for Floyd, who played for the Chicago Bears for four seasons after being drafted with the tenth overall pick in 2016.
The new-look Rams will be keeping a key piece of the defense. Their defensive line remains scary with Floyd still on the roster.
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