Dan Orlovsky

QB / L.A. Rams / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None Bye 8

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  • Dan Orlovsky: Announces retirement from NFL
    By RotoWire Staff

    Orlovsky submitted a blog post at SportsSpectrum.com on Wednesday indicating that he has decided to retire from professional football. After failing to win a backup gig with the Rams during training camp, Orlovsky became a free agent and was unable to drum up much interest elsewhere, which likely influenced his decision to step away from the game. The 34-year-old was a veteran of 12 NFL seasons, but only made 23 career appearances over five campaigns, splitting time with the Lions, Colts and Buccaneers.

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  • Dan Orlovsky: Cut by Rams
    By RotoWire Staff

    Orlovsky was released by the Rams on Saturday, Jamie Han of the Rams' official site reports. Orlovsky signed with the Rams in July but was only expected to serve as an extra throwing arm for training camp. As a vested veteran, he's immediately eligible to sign with another team.

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  • Rams' Dan Orlovsky: Signs with Rams
    By RotoWire Staff

    Orlovsky signed a contract with the Rams on Thursday. Orlovsky's signing gives the Rams three quarterbacks entering training camp. The 12-year veteran spent the past three seasons backing up Matthew Stafford in Detroit, and he'll now compete with Sean Mannion for the backup slot behind Los Angeles starter Jared Goff.

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  • Lions' Dan Orlovsky: Headed for free agency
    By RotoWire Staff

    The Lions informed Orlovsky that he will not be re-signed this offseason, The Detroit Free Press reports. Over the weekend, Orlovsky was told the team will let his contract expire at the end of the league year in order to go in a different direction at backup quarterback. The main beneficiary in this situation is Jake Rudock, the Lions' sixth-round pick in 2016 who will replace Orlovsky as the No. 2. It isn't clear what sort of market awaits the 33-year-old veteran, but he should be able to latch on somewhere due to his serviceability as a second-string signal caller as well as the veteran presence he could provide a locker room.

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  • Lions' Dan Orlovsky: Not needed in 2016
    By RotoWire Staff

    Orlovsky didn't attempt a single pass throughout the entire 2016 season. Nearly every game the Lions played in 2016 was competitive to the very end. In fact, 12 of their 16 total games were decided by seven points or less. Consequently, Orlovsky was never called upon to play in relief of starting quarterback Matthew Stafford and will now go without having thrown a pass in two of his three seasons with Detroit.

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