Originally published by RamsNewswire.com
With Von Miller leaving for the Buffalo Bills, the Los Angeles Rams will need to find a way to replace his production off the edge.
Miller became an integral part of the Rams’ defense as his pressure opposite of Aaron Donald and Leonard Floyd made it stressful for opposing quarterbacks to have time to throw. Los Angeles has a couple of in-house options who could play bigger parts for the 2022 season, but they could look to address the need via trade or free agency.
One player who looks earmarked for more snaps is Terrell Lewis, who has shown flashes in his first couple seasons with the Rams. After a relatively quiet rookie season, Lewis looked much improved in his sophomore year as he recorded 22 tackles, three sacks, four tackles for loss and a forced fumble.
As he grows and develops in the Rams’ system, Lewis can set himself up for a nice payday on a possible extension and it looks like he will have new representation to help him get there as Klutch Sports announced he has signed with their agency, via their Twitter account:
— Klutch Sports Group (@KlutchSports) April 8, 2022
Klutch Sports is more famously known for its NBA clientele that is headlined by players like LeBron James and Anthony Davis, but they have steadily been growing their NFL presence as well. Lewis is a solid addition to their talent pool and he also becomes their sixth former Alabama player, joining Christian Barmore, Alex Leatherwood, Jedric Wills, Devonta Smith and Quinnen Williams.
It seems like Klutch is attracted to winners as Lewis has a winning pedigree, having been crowned a CFP and now Super Bowl champion. It will be interesting to see how Klutch and Lewis’ partnership works out in the coming years, but more importantly how much Lewis contributes to the Rams next season.