Signing with Rams
Weddle intends to come out of retirement and sign with the Rams ahead of the team's upcoming postseason run, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
With starting safety Jordan Fuller (ankle) out for the playoffs, Los Angeles will bring back the 37-year-old Weddle, who last played in the NFL in 2019. He spent that season with the Rams, his lone campaign with the club following nine years with the Chargers and three in Baltimore. The Rams also have a relatively experienced backup in Nick Scott, but they may need both him and Weddle to play a lot of snaps if their other starting safety, Taylor Rapp, doesn't clear concussion protocol before Monday's game against the Cardinals.
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