Rams Agree to Terms with C John Sullivan

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Los Angeles has agreed to terms with free agent center John Sullivan, helping fill one need along the offensive line.

Sullivan served as the Vikings' center from 2009-2014, starting 93 games. He was named to Pro Football Writers of America's All-NFC team in 2012, when running back Adrian Peterson rushed for 2,097 yards.

While Sullivan missed the 2015 season with a back injury, he does have experience in head coach Sean McVay's offense, serving as the backup center in Washington last year. Sullivan made one start for Washington — a 27-22 victory over the Eagles on Dec. 11. In that game, Washington had 334 total yards, including 107 rushing, and quarterback Kirk Cousins was sacked only twice.

The Rams had a need at center, after releasing former starter Tim Barnes at the start of free agency. The club had previously extended a two-year offer sheet to Bills restricted free agent Ryan Groy, which Buffalo decided to match last month.

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