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TE Ben Guidugli and G Hank Fraley were upsets to have made it onto the Rams roster, but 24 hours later, they have been released to make room for new players.  That’s the life in the NFL and bad days for Fraley and Guidugli are good days for new Rams signees TE Stephen Spach and G/C Tony Wragge.

Mike Sando of the NFC West Blog for ESPN has the drop on Wragge from his time in San Francisco:

The 32-year-old Wragge, listed at 6-foot-4 and 310 pounds, would give them more power than Hank Fraley offers as a backup to all three interior positions. Wragge started 10 games in 2008, but has not projected as a full-time starter during his career.

The Rams’ needs along the line changed when the team hired Josh McDaniels as its offensive coordinator. McDaniels has typically valued interior linemen with more power than the Rams have had with Goldberg and Fraley. The Rams wanted more power on the interior anyway.

The Rams also poached another NFC West rival with the addition of the veteran Spach, who has played the last three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals.  Spach made 11 starts last year, but was not much of a threat in the receiving game, only tallying 7 catches over the whole season.

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