Former Ravens S Eric Weddle signing with Rams

Eric Weddle is returning to California

Eric Weddle is returning to California

He spent three years in Baltimore and made the Pro Bowl each season, even as critics emerged to point out that Weddle's speed and playmaking abilities dwindled.

The Ravens will get a chance to see in person how Weddle fares in his next act - Baltimore's scheduled to visit the Rams for a regular-season game in 2019. Weddle will help replace Lamarcus Joyner, who will head to free agency after receiving the franchise tag in 2018.

The 34-year-old Weddle is a year older than Rams coach Sean McVay, but he could be exactly what Los Angeles' secondary needs. With a deep free agent market for safeties this offseason, plenty of teams seem to believe Weddle has a bit left in the tank.

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The Redskins reached out to Eric Weddle before he ultimately signed with the Rams, a source told NBC Sports Washington. Weddle led the National Football League in interceptions in 2011, and his 29 interceptions since entering National Football League in 2007 rank ninth among all active players.

Weddle grew up in Rancho Cucamonga, one of Los Angeles' outer suburbs, before starring at Utah and joining the Chargers as a second-round pick.

The Rams also officially released LB Mark Barron, opening little over $6 million to potentially re-sign several key players in the Rams defense. He had 68 tackles, including 2 tackles for a loss, and four quarterback hits.

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