One of the mandates for the St. Louis Rams this off-season has been to find quarterback Sam Bradford some weapons and to provide him with more protection. Last week the Rams brought in tight end Jared Cook, Now, after a long courtship that lasted three days last week, the St. Louis Rams have finally come to terms on a contract with free agent left tackle Jake Long. LT Jake Long signs four-year deal with Rams. Can earn up to $36 million. — Jim Thomas (@jthom1) March 18, 2013 The move solidifies an offensive line that struggled in front of Sam Bradford for most of the season. The signing of Long, a left tackle, likely means that the incumbent left tackle Rodger Saffold will move to right tackle this season. Related articles St. Louis Rams: Punter Johnny Hekker snorts green jello NFL Free Agency: St. Louis Rams offer safety Louis Delmas a contract St. Louis Rams: Which free agents should the Rams target? St. Louis Rams: L.A. stadium deal "essentially dead"