Rams safety Eric Weddle keeping quiet on Ravens defensive signals

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New Los Angeles Rams safety Eric Weddle is keeping quiet when it comes time for the Rams to play the Ravens in late November. 

Weddle, who played safety for the Ravens the past three seasons, signed with the Rams this offseason. But when it comes time for him to face his old team on Nov. 25, Weddle said he won't tell anyone the Ravens signals. 

"What kind of man would I be if I rat out my guys that I played three years with?" Weddle asked in an interview on SI TV.

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The nearly 13-minute interview, which can be watched on SI TV, detailed Weddle's transition from Baltimore to L.A. and his relationship with new head coach Sean McVay.

The Ravens will face their old safety on the Monday after Thanksgiving on Monday Night Football. 

This offseason, the Ravens replaced Weddle with free agent Earl Thomas, who signed a 4-year, $55 million deal to play in Baltimore. 

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Rams safety Eric Weddle keeping quiet on Ravens defensive signals originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington