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

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4. Tony Horne

To this day, Tony Horne remains the greatest kick returner in St. Louis Rams franchise history. He had four regular season kick return touchdowns, while no other St. Louis Rams returner has ever had more than one. He also had an electrifying 95-yard kickoff return touchdown to open the second half of the 1999 divisional game against he Minnesota Vikings. Horne had the league’s longest kick return in both 1999 and 2000, recording a 101-yard return in ’99 and a 103-yard runback in 2000. He also led the NFL in kick return average in 1999, recording an average of 29.7 yards per return. In addition to his excellence in the return game, Horne also emerged as an occasional threat from scrimmage during the 2000 season, recording four catches for 32 yards and two touchdowns.

Horne signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a free agent in 2001, but unfortunately he suffered a career-ending knee injury and would never play an NFL game again after finishing the 2000 season with the Rams.

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