The Rams have released offensive lineman Garrett Reynolds from injured reserve, reports Dov Kleiman of RantSports (Twitter link). Reynolds landed on IR when the Rams worked their roster down to 53 players in time for last Saturday’s deadline.
Reynolds, who has played six NFL seasons, joined the Rams on a two-year, $2.2MM pact in March 2015. In his lone season with the club, he logged 15 appearances, tied a career high with 10 starts, and earned a solid grade (80.6) from Pro Football Focus. Reynolds capped off his short Rams career when he suffered an undisclosed injury in their Sept. 1 preseason finale.
The 29-year-old Reynolds spent the first four seasons of his career in Atlanta, which took him in the fifth round of the 2009 draft, and started in 23 of 42 appearances. Between his stints with the Falcons and Rams, he saw action in 10 games and made four starts as a member of the Lions in 2014.
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