The Rams continued their offseason spending by bringing back defensive end James Hall on Monday afternoon as well as signing two others.
In addition to Hall, the Rams have also signed cornerback Kevin Dockery and tight end Darcy Johnson both formerly of the New York Giants. Terms of the deals have not been announced.
The Hall move is not exactly like bringing in a Julius Peppers or Aaron Kampmann, but it is a move that makes a ton of sense for the Rams and a move that certainly doesn't hurt the defense for 2010.
Hall is 33 and entering his 11th season in the NFL. In 2009 Hall registered 4.5 sacks and started 14 games for the Rams while playing defensive end. For the first half of the season Hall was by far the most productive member of the Rams defensive line.
Heading into next season it would seem that Hall would be in line to be the starter opposite Chris Long.
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