The Los Angeles Rams have had the busiest offseason in recent memory, and it got even busier on Thursday evening. After agreeing to deals to move Robert Quinn and Alec Ogletree and acquire Marcus Peters, the Rams have agreed to acquire another veteran defensive back, trading a fifth-round pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for Aqib Talib.
Talib just turned 32 in February. The five-time Pro Bowler was a first-round draft pick by Tampa Bay in 2008, and also played for New England before joining Denver and winning a Super Bowl with the Broncos. He has 10 pick-sixes in his career, needing only two more to tie Rod Woodson's all-time record of 12.