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

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5. Billy Jenkins Jr.

Jenkins had a short but very solid Rams career. He made the team as an undrafted rookie in 1997, and after taking some time to get acclimated he ended up starting two games, recording 18 tackles. Jenkins broke into the Rams’ starting lineup on a more full-time basis in 1998, leading the team with 98 total tackles while also recording three sacks, two interceptions, and a forced fumble.

Jenkins’ most memorable performance came as part of the Rams’ Super Bowl champion team in 1999. He once again led the team with 94 tackles, while also collecting a sack, two interceptions, and a forced fumble. He also had a sack in the divisional playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Jenkins left the Rams as a free agent following the 1999 season, but he’ll be remembered forever as a major part of the defense on the Rams’ only Super Bowl winner.

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