Tre’Davious White signs one-year contract with Los Angeles Rams

New NFL Tackling Rules Spark Controversy; Rams Sign Veteran Cornerback to Boost Defense

The NFL has recently banned the hip-drop tackle, a controversial rule change that has left players frustrated. Safid Deen from USA Today is reporting on the reaction to this decision at the league’s annual meeting. In other news, the Los Angeles Rams have made a significant move to bolster their defense following the retirement of Aaron Donald.

Veteran cornerback Tre’Davious White has signed a one-year deal worth up to $10 million with the Rams. Despite his impressive resume, White has faced challenges with injuries in recent seasons, including a season-ending torn Achilles in 2023. However, the Rams see him as a low-risk, high-reward addition to their secondary, which also features players like safety Kamren Curl and cornerback Darious Williams.

With his experience and skillset, White is expected to make a significant impact on the Rams’ defense. While concerns about his durability linger, his track record of success makes him a valuable asset to the team.

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