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

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8. Dane Looker

Looker’s a little bit of a stretch on this list, because though he originally signed with the Rams as an undrafted free agent in 2000, he actually spent a year in the New England Patriots’ program before making his official NFL debut with the Rams in 2002 following an NFL Europe stint in which he won World Bowl MVP honors.

Though the wide receiver was never a primary starter, he was a long-term contributor and was an important “glue guy” on several successful Rams teams. Looker was a core special-teamer and served as the team’s holder in the later years of his Rams career. From scrimmage, Looker recorded 112 receptions for 1,224 yards and five touchdowns over seven years, plus five catches for 69 yards over three playoff games. His best season came in 2003, when Looker had 47 catches for 495 yards and three touchdowns.

Unlike almost every other player on this list, Looker spent his entire regular-season career with the Rams, playing every meaningful down of his NFL career with the Rams from 2002 to 2008.

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