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

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6. Rodney McLeod

Though he hasn’t played on any great Rams teams, McLeod has quietly propelled himself to become one of the franchise’s best UDFA signings of the past 20 years. After making the roster in 2012 and leading the team in special teams tackles, McLeod took things a step further in the next year’s training camp and surprisingly won a starting job prior to the season opener. Though the undersized safety dealt with some of the pains of being a first-year starter in 2013, he still managed to record 79 total tackles, force two fumbles, and collect two interceptions.

McLeod seemed much more comfortable in 2014 and teamed with T.J. McDonald to form one of the better safety tandems the Rams have had since moving to St. Louis. He had 72 tackles, two interceptions, two forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries. McLeod’s career is still an open book, but as of now he looks like a good candidate to be the team’s starting free safety in the long term.

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