The Rams are bringing back QB Kellen Clemens Thursday after releasing him during the team's final roster cuts on Aug. 31.
Of all the personnel moves the Rams have made lately, the one that surprised observers the most was the release of QB Kellen Clemens.
The Rams have more holes than most teams, but we hear they are very comfortable with Sam Bradford and Kellen Clemens at the all-important QB position.
The Rams have reached a one-year deal with QB Kellen Clemens, according to PFW correspondent Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Financial terms were not announced.
With the Rams likely to shut down Sam Bradford due to a lingering high ankle sprain, it's worth keeping a close eye on recently acquired QB Kellen Clemens.
Rams QB Sam Bradford will not play in Sunday's game against the Bengals, and he may be shut down for the rest of the season.
The Texans have released QB Kellen Clemens and placed P Brett Hartmann on injured reserve, reportedly paving the way for the signing of veteran QB Jeff Garcia.
After Matt Leinart was placed on injured reserve, on Tuesday the Texans signed QB Jake Delhomme to provide insurance behind rookie QB T.J. Yates.
The Texans have placed QB Matt Schaub on injured reserve and signed Kellen Clemens to be a backup to new starter Matt Leinart.
In need of a QB, the Redskins have agreed to a one-year contract with Kellen Clemens, who has spent his previous five pro seasons with the Jets.
The Jets released QB Kevin O'Connell on Tuesday, likely giving the No. 3 job to Kellen Clemens.
Jets QB Kellen Clemens, a second-round pick in 2006, signed his original-pick tender, which is worth $1.176 million, Tuesday, according to a Scout.com report.