Last season the Rams really didn’t have much of a need for a backup quarterback, with Jared Goff starting all 16 games and throwing all but seven passes.
That’s not stopping the team though from addressing the position, as Monday they are set to have a chat with former Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles.
NFL.com reports that Bortles will visit the Rams on Monday, looking for a new home after he was released by the Jaguars on Wednesday after they inked Eagles free agent QB Nick Foles to a new deal.
Current Rams backup Sean Mannion is currently a free agent, and if the team can ink Bortles, likely they wouldn’t bring Mannion back.
Bortles went 24-49 as a starter in five seasons, but was awful last season, going 3-9, throwing for 2,718 yards, with 13 touchdowns and 11 interceptions with a quarterback rating of 44.1.