Rams Release, Resign Kennison

The Rams released Eddie Kennison on Wednesday, only to resign him soon after.  The Rams released him and were poised to activate Derek Stanley from the practice squad, but they got word on Dane Looker’s health and promptly resigned Kennison to provide depth in the defensive backfield.

            Eddie was signed a few weeks into the season to provide depth for the Rams depleted wide receiver corps.  We’ve talked a little bit about the ex-Rams draft pick here. Kennison bounced around the league for a few years before enjoying his best years with the high-flying Kansas City Chiefs.

            In more somber news, Kennison was resigned because of bad news on Dane Looker and his progress from recovering from a concussion suffered against the Buffalo Bills.  Looker is being held out of practices and games because doctors discovered a “spot” on his brain and the doctors are conducting further tests.  Bill Coats of the Post-Dispatch has the word here.  Here’s hoping Dane’s tests all come up negative and he gets a full bill of health.  We all take our NFL football very seriously around here, but nothing is more serious than the human brain.  I’m glad the Rams are not messing around and are taking Dane’s health very seriously.

Get everything checked out and take your time coming back to the Rams, Dane.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you.


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