How the mysterious tweet of Jalen Ramsey led the signing of Eric Weddle Rams, which disappointed fans

Jalen Ramsey doesn’t play inside, he does Yippee Guru Rams.

The Rams lured Eric Weddle back on Wednesday and surprisingly signed a one-year security deal to help strengthen the back-end as the Rams prepare for the Cardinals on Monday night. The move reunites Weddle with his secondary colleague Ramsey, who was quite excited about the move.

However, Ramsey’s noon Wednesday tweet is not the first time DB has signaled a pending transaction. On Tuesday night, Ramsey sent out a mysterious tweet that wondered what NFL fans were all about:

If contextual clues give us something, Ramsey is an unofficial guru of the Rams, given that two recent vague tweets of this nature preceded big moves.

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Earlier in 2021, Ramsey seemingly indicated the impending steps for Von Miller and Odell Beckham Jr. using mysterious tweets. First on November 1, just before the Rams made a deal with the Broncos to bring Russher Von Miller’s pass to Hollywood:

Later, Ramsey’s spider senses shook again, just before LA blocked Beckham’s free players and sent out another tweet with the same vibrations:

Rams fans caught Ramsey’s shtick and predicted that Tuesday’s tweet was coming. However, most did not see that the result would be Weddle, instead they thought the Rams would make a move for Antonio Brown instead. Some were disappointed.

Weddle, a former All-Pro first team, last played in 2020 as a member of the Rams, played a single season with Los Angeles before retiring after the season. The move comes after reports that Jordan Fuller’s security will miss the playoffs.

Antonio Brown’s well-documented saga led him to intervene in a free agency in January. Brown is not expected to sign a contract with any team for the rest of the 2021 season. Sorry, Rams fans. (Or celebrate this fact.)

Move on, Adam Schefter.


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