USA Today's Mike Garafolo reported Monday evening that backup quarterback Kellen Clemens has agreed to return on a one-year, league-minimum contract that he plans to sign Tuesday.
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Clemens, who turns 30 in June, tossed only three passes last season -- one of them an interception -- after starting a trio of games for the Rams in 2011. He'll battle for snaps with Austin Davis -- an undrafted, second-year player who has yet to take an NFL snap -- who will enter training camp as Bradford's No. 2, according to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Of course, if the Rams have their way, nobody named Clemens or Davis will see the field next regular season.