Rams sign Kennison to help replace Bennett

NFL players get Tuesdays off. NFL personnel departments do not.

The Rams were in action, signing veteran WR Eddie Kennison to help take the place of injured WR Drew Bennett. Kennison, the 18th overall pick by the Rams in 1996, played his first three seasons in St. Louis.

Other wide receivers also were in the news. The Titans worked out David Kircus, Rechee Caldwell, Chad Jackson and Glenn Martinez. Both Kircus and Martinez know Tennessee’s offensive system from the time they spent in Denver.

Seattle is in desperate need of receivers. It worked out Sammie Parker, Billy McMullen, Mike Hass, Devale Ellis and Mark Bradford. Maybe the most interesting move the Seahawks made was cutting P Ryan Plackemeier and signing former Packers P Jon Ryan. The Seahawks also cut WR Jordan Kent.

Also, the Bears worked out OT Fred Miller, who could help Chicago.

And in one other offensive line move, the Dolphins signed former Panther Evan Mathis to help replace injured rookie Donald Thomas, who is out for the year.

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