Robbins, Rams agree to three-year contract

The Rams agreed to terms with veteran DT Fred Robbins on a three-year contract that could be worth a maximum of $12 million, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.

Robbins, who will turn 33 this month, provides Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo, his former defensive coordinator with the Giants, a veteran influence on an otherwise young defense. Robbins played in all 16 games for the Giants last season, starting 12, and finished with 25 tackles and two sacks.

With former first-round pick Adam Carriker out for the season because of injury, Clifton Ryan was the only full-time starter at defensive tackle for the Rams in 2009.

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