Leonard Floyd agrees to one-year deal with Rams

Bryan Perez
NBC Sports Chicago

Former Chicago Bears first-round pick, Leonard Floyd, agreed to a one-year, $10 million deal with the Los Angeles Rams on Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported. 

Floyd was released by the Bears on Tuesday after the team committed five years and $70 million to former Rams and Cowboys edge rusher, Robert Quinn

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Floyd's underwhelming tenure with the Bears included 54 starts and just 18.5 sacks. The former ninth-overall pick was projected to be a top-tier pass rusher coming out of Georgia, but his on-field play never matched his physical traits.

Now, Floyd has a chance to resurrect his career with the Rams and former Bears OLB coach, Brandon Staley. Staley is Los Angeles' defensive coordinator.

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