Veteran center John Sullivan is about to hit the free agent market after the Los Angeles Rams chosen to not pick up his contract option for 2019.
Sources educated NFL Network of the switch Tuesday. Sullivan, 33, started 16 video video games last season for Los Angeles. The nine-year veteran started 15 video video games in 2017 for the Rams. Sullivan entered the league as a sixth-round pick by the Minnesota Vikings throughout the 2008 NFL Draft.
The Notre Dame product has missed merely seven video video games all through his skilled soccer tenure and started all 16 video video games in 5 of his 9 seasons. He has started not lower than 14 video video games in seven of his 9 seasons.
Sullivan signed a two-year pact with the Rams in March 2018. The switch clears $5.25 million off the wage cap for Los Angeles.