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According to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Dispatch, the Rams still have an interest in re-signing free agent S Quintin Mikell.
Mikell, 32, was released by the team back in March in order to free up some cap space after the two sides reportedly failed to reach an agreement on a restructured contract.
Safety remains a need for the Rams even after they drafted USC S T.J. McDonald in the third-round. Mikell would likely have to accept a role as a backup if he were to return to St Louis next season and could even be asked to take help out on special teams.
Mikell totaled 101 tackles, three sacks, and four forced fumbles last season, which is actually pretty good for an aging veteran. We have him listed as the No. 14 player in our Best Available Free Agents list.
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