St. Louis Rams: 10 Greatest Undrafted Free Agents in Team History

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2. London Fletcher

Though it could reasonably be argued that Fletcher didn’t achieve his greatest career success with the Rams, the 5-foot-10, 245-pound middle linebacker was one of the greatest Rams undrafted signings and, really, one of the NFL’s greatest undrafted free agents of all time. After serving as a special-teamer in 1998, Fletcher earned a starting job in 1999 and had 90 total tackles with three sacks for the Super Bowl champions.

He had his best season as a Ram in 2000, picking up a team-leading 133 tackles, as well as four interceptions, 5.5 sacks, and a forced fumble. Fletcher delivered another impressive performance in his final season as a Ram in 2001, recording 116 tackles with two interceptions and four forced fumbles. He was allowed to leave as a free agent after the season, which turned out to be a poor decision on the Rams’ part, with Fletcher going on to record another 1,680 tackles, 26 sacks, and 17 interceptions over 12 seasons in a career that may one day earn him a spot in the Hall of Fame.

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