Rams HC Jeff Fisher also mentioned that they are “not quite done in free agency.”
The Buccaneers cut Joseph loose last week in a move that freed up $6 million in cap space. The Rams are clearly in need of some offensive line help given that they have already lost OL Rodger Saffold and could also lose G Shelley Smith as well.
Joseph underwent knee surgery in 2012 and, upon returning to game action, really struggled for the Buccaneers last season.
Pro Football Focus had him rated as the second worst qualifying guard in the league allowing three sacks, seven quarterback hits and 29 hurries.
Colledge, 32, was a starter for the Cardinals last year and appeared in all 16 games. However, he’s been a part of the one of the worst offensive line units in recent years and is already in his thirties, so it’s hard to say that the Rams will be looking at him as a start for them moving forward.
He graded out as the No. 39 guard in the league last year, according to Pro Football Focus. Colledge did show some promise as a pass-blocker though.