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The Los Angeles Rams have signed former All-Pro cornerback Tre’Davious White for one year, valued at $8.5 million with the potential to reach $10 million, ESPN reports. This move comes as the Rams look to strengthen their secondary which struggled last season.

White, who spent seven seasons with the Buffalo Bills before being released earlier this month, brings with him a solid resume as a two-time Pro Bowler and 2019 AP All-Pro. However, White has faced injury setbacks in recent seasons, playing in just 10 combined games over the past two years due to a torn knee ligament and Achilles tendon. Despite these challenges, the Rams have shown confidence in White by signing him along with safety Kamren Curl from Washington and re-signing Darious Williams.

Young cornerbacks Derion Kendrick and Cobie Durant, who received significant playing time last season, are expected to provide depth behind White and Williams. As the Rams continue to shape their defense under new defensive coordinator Chris Shula, the addition of White could prove to be a valuable asset in the upcoming season. Following the retirement of Aaron Donald, the Rams have yet to make any significant defensive line signings.

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