Kendall Langford DL STL 3 Days
Langford was released by the Rams on Thursday, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.
In Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers, the Rams have a pair of former first-round draft picks at defensive tackle. The team is reportedly willing to bring Langford back for a figure much lower than the $6 million he was scheduled to make in 2015, but it's believed the veteran defensive tackle will look for a starting job. If he ultimately returns to St. Louis, Langford will likely be the team's top defensive tackle off the bench.
Kendall Langford DL STL 7 Months
Langford will start Saturday's preseason game after missing some practice time with a bone bruise, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Langford is one of the anchors of the fearsome Rams front, and St. Louis will be glad to have him healthy again. While Langford may get pushed for playing time a little bit by first-round pick Aaron Donald, the Rams have always cycled their lineman to keep them fresh. Langford is coming off a 2013 with 49 tackles and five sacks.
Kendall Langford DL STL Jul 04 '78
Rams DL Kendall Langford was briefly forced from St. Louis' Week 3 visit to Chicago with a left shoulder injury.
Langford went down midway through the second half, but returned near the end of the fourth quarter. Although he's seen heavy snaps, Langford has just one tackle through St. Louis' first three games.
Kendall Langford DL STL Jan 03 '78
Kendall Langford is expected to make the transition to a three-technique defensive tackle with the Rams.
"I don't think it will be hard at all," Langford said. "We played a little over and under [in Miami]. I played some three-technique so I think I'll excel at it." Langford (6-6, 295), is viewed as an ascending player and received interest from several teams this offseason. According to Pro Football Focus, Langford combined for 54 sacks, quarterback hits and hurries the past two seasons.
Kendall Langford DL STL Dec 26 '77
Rams signed DL Kendall Langford to a four-year, $24 million contract.
Kendall Langford DL STL Dec 24 '77
The Packers have joined the list of teams interested in free agent DL Kendall Langford.
Langford's agent says the Packers have "inquired" about the free agent, but no visit is scheduled yet. It would do against GM Ted Thompson's grain to engage in a bidding war. Langford has a tentative visit scheduled with the Rams, but only if he gets out of the Queen City after being wined and dined by the Bengals.
Kendall Langford DL STL Dec 24 '77
Free agent DL Kendall Langford will reportedly meet with the Rams after his Thursday visit in Cincinnati.
The Rams appear determined to land a defensive tackle to replace Fred Robbins. Langford is a fallback option in case free agent Jason Jones lands in Seattle or back in Nashville.
Kendall Langford DL STL Dec 23 '77
Free agent DL Kendall Langford will reportedly visit the Bengals on Thursday.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Langford "might" set up a visit with the Patriots, and the Falcons are also interested. Langford's preference is to stay in Miami, as long as the Dolphins pay him at market value.
Kendall Langford DL STL Dec 22 '77
DL Kendall Langford has reportedly re-emerged as the Dolphins' top priority among their own free agents.
Kendall Langford DL STL Dec 18 '77
Citing whispers in the "agent community," the Atlanta Journal-Constitution expects the Falcons to "make a play" for free agent DL Kendall Langford.
Langford would be following DC Mike Nolan to Atlanta under that scenario. It's an interesting report considering Langford was an effective 3-4 end, and the Falcons will run a 4-3 scheme even with Nolan on board. Langford would presumably move inside to the three-technique if signed.