The Los Angeles Rams have signed former All-Pro cornerback Tre’Davious White to a one-year contract worth $8.5 million with the potential to reach $10 million, ESPN reports. White, who spent seven seasons with the Buffalo Bills before being released earlier this month, carries with him a solid resume as a two-time Pro Bowler and 2019 AP All-Pro.

Despite facing 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, the Rams showed confidence in White by signing him along with Washington’s Kamren Kerl and re-signing Darius Williams. After the retirement of Aaron Donald, the Rams have yet to build a significant defensive line.

White, a first-round pick out of LSU in 2017, has been a consistent starter for the Bills throughout his career, recording 18 interceptions and five fumble recoveries in 82 games played. The Rams are hoping that White can shore up their defense and make a difference on the field after struggling to solidify their secondary last year following key player losses.

With the addition of White, the Rams look to build on their success from last season where they secured a playoff berth with a 10-7 record. Young cornerbacks Derion Kendrick and Cobie Durant are expected to provide depth behind White and Williams as the Rams continue to shape their defense under new defensive coordinator Chris Shull.

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