Rams Agree to Terms with Orlovsky

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The Rams will have a third quarterback when they open training camp next week, as the club has agreed to terms with Dan Orlovsky.

Orlovsky began his career with the Lions as a fifth-round pick in 2005. In 12 NFL seasons, he's completed 58.2 percent of his passes for 3,132 yards with 15 touchdowns and 13 interceptions, owning a career passer rating of 75.3. Aside from the Lions, Orlovsky has played for the Texans, Colts, and Buccaneers.

But Orlovsky has spent the last three seasons serving as the primary backup to Detroit's Matthew Stafford. The 33-year-old's last game action came in 2015, when he threw for 201 yards with a touchdown and an interception.

Coming to L.A. will reunite Orlovsky with quarterbacks coach Greg Olson, who was Orlovsky's offensive coordinator and position coach for his rookie year with the Lions in 2005.

Check out the guys set to head down to training camp at the end of July. Photos by Jeff Lewis.

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