The St. Louis Rams have re-signed veteran quarterback Kellen Clemens to a one-year contract.
Clemens, 29, appeared in two games last season while serving as the backup of Sam Bradford. He will not begin training camp higher then third on the Rams depth chart as Rams head coach Jeff Fisher has already said that second-year player Austin Davis will start camp in that role.
There is a good chance that Clemens will stick with the Rams because of his experience in Brian Schottenheimer’s offense.
In 30 career games the career backup has thrown for 2271 yards, seven touchdowns and thirteen interceptions.