NFL Free Agency Rumors: Harvey Dahl Drawing Rams Interest

The Atlanta Flacons secured one of the key members of the offensive line earlier today by re-signing Tyson Clabo, but now it appears that they might lose one of their other starters up front to the St. Louis Rams. NFL Draft Update is reporting that the Rams are showing a lot of interest in Harvey Dahl, and that the guard is expected to sign with St. Louis.

Strong indication that #Falcons free agent RG Harvey Dahl will sign with the #Rams.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

Dahl has started 43 games for the Falcons over the past three years, including 16 games in both 2008 and 2010. In that time he has earned a reputation as being one of the meanest and nastiest players in the NFL, which is exactly the kind of guy you want lining up at guard for you every week. Securing Clabo was a must, but losing Dahl would also leave a pretty big hole along the offensive line as well.

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