The Los Angeles Rams are spending the beginning of the legal tampering period to ensure they keep as much of their offensive line intact as possible. In an attempt to give themselves depth in the interior moving forward, the Rams have signed Coleman Shelton.
Following the team’s tweet to announce that Shelton would be back with the organization, the Rams revealed that Shelton has signed a new two-year deal.
Shelton was a restricted free agent this offseason, but the team elected not to place a tender on him. Instead, Los Angeles chose to give Shelton a two-year deal to remain with the team through the 2023 season.
Besides Shelton, the Rams have now inked deals with Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allen on Monday. Austin Corbett is an unrestricted free agent as well, but it remains to be seen if Los Angeles can bring back the former second-round pick.