Rams go for OL depth with signing of veteran Fraley

ST. LOUIS -- The Rams added depth to the offensive line Tuesday by signing veteran center Hank Fraley.

Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.

Fraley, a 10-year veteran, was released by the Cleveland Browns this offseason and landed with the Rams on Tuesday. Fraley made 52 starts in 63 games with Cleveland and had been due a roster bonus.

Fraley, 32, spent his first six seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles while Rams coach Steve Spagnuolo and offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur were with that franchise. Shurmur was Fraley's position coach in 2000 and 2001.

Fraley has made 123 career starts and started in 10 playoff games, including a Super Bowl with the Eagles. He has been primarily a center, but he also has started at guard and played at right tackle early in his career.

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