Following a slew of roster moves on the first day of free agency that included cutting ties with starting center Tim Barnes, the Los Angeles Rams found themselves in the market looking for a replacement at the position.
It didn't take long for them to resolve that by inking restricted free-agent offensive lineman Ryan Groy to a two-year offer sheet on Monday night, according to ESPN.com's Mike Rodak and Adam Caplan.
The Los Angeles Rams have agreed to give Buffalo Bills restricted free-agent offensive lineman Ryan Groy a two-year offer sheet, sources told ESPN.
The 26-year-old started the last seven games of the 2016 season at center for the Bills after Eric Wood suffered a broken leg. According to Pro Football Focus, he proved to be more than a capable option at the position finishing with the 23rd highest overall grade.