Rams general manager Les Snead said he envisions Matthew Stafford quarterbacking the team for five to eight years.
Eight years in LA would mean Stafford, 33, would lead the Rams offense into his 40s. “Based on his age, you can legitimately think five to seven, eight years if you look at what Drew (Brees) has done," Snead said. “With quarterbacks of his pedigree, a lot of those guys have played into their late 30s, for sure. So that was definitely the vision with (Stafford).” The Rams inherited Stafford's two-year, $43 million deal when they acquired him from Detroit in January. We could see Stafford sign an extension with the Rams before he plays a regular season snap for the team. Apr 07 11:23 am (EST)
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