Lamarcus Joyner

#20 DB / L.A. Rams / EXP: 5YRS Height: 5-8 Weight: 191 lb Age: 28 College: Florida State Bye 12

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Grabs first interception

    Lamarcus Joyner had seven tackles (five solo) and an interception in Mondays 54-51 win over the Chiefs.Joyner's first interception of the season came in one of the best games of the year, as the Los Angeles Rams were able to force five turnovers from Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Joyner heads into the bye week with 56 tackles (38 solo), one sack and one interception through 11 games.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Picks off pass Saturday

    Lamarcus Joyner (Achilles) played seven snaps in Saturday's preseason game against the Texans and recorded an interception.Joyner was dealing with a sore Achilles early in camp that forced him to miss a few practices, but he appears healthy and effective heading into the home stretch of the preseason. Joyner is currently slated as the Los Angeles Rams' starting free safety.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Will practice against Ravens

    Lamarcus Joyner (Achilles) will travel with his teammates and practice against the Ravens next week, Lindsay Thiry of reports.Joyner has missed the last two practices with a sore Achilles. His status for the Los Angeles Rams' preseason game against the Ravens on Thursday is not known.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Dealing with Achilles soreness

    Lamarcus Joyner is dealing with Achilles soreness following Thursday's practice, Rich Hammond of the Orange County Register reports.Joyner's injury does not appear to be overly serious, and with the regular season still multiple weeks away, there's no reason for the Los Angeles Rams to rush the safety back into action. Look for Marqui Christian to see increased snaps with the first team as long as Joyner is out.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Comes off NFI list

    Lamarcus Joyner (undisclosed) was taken off of the Non-Football Injury list Thursday, Myles Simmons of the Los Angeles Rams' official site reports.Joyner passed his physical just one day after being placed on the NFI list. He was activated in time for the team's first practice session and should immediately resume his role as a starting safety.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Placed on NFI list

    Lamarcus Joyner (undisclosed) was placed on the Non-Football Injury list Wednesday, Myles Simmons of the Los Angeles Rams' official site reports.It's surprising to see Joyner's name on this list, as he wasn't known to be dealing with an injury. There's no telling when he's expected back on the field. When healthy, the franchise-tagged safety should immediately return to his spot with the first-team defense.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Stuck under tag

    Lamarcus Joyner didn't reach an agreement on a new contract with the Los Angeles Rams prior to Monday's 4 p.m. EDT deadline for franchise-tagged players, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Coming off a breakout campaign in his first year as a full-time safety, Joyner was deemed worth of the franchise tag over former teammate Sammy Watkins. The Rams will now pay their starting free safety $11.29 million in 2018, with the option to tag him again for approximately $13.5 million next offseason. Joyner's excellent work in pass coverage makes him one of the more valuable safeties in the league, but it didn't translate to much IDP value last season, as he managed just 49 tackles in 12 games. He did have nine pass breakups and three interceptions, returning one of the picks for a touchdown.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Signs franchise tag

    Lamarcus Joyner signed his $11.29 million franchise tag with the Los Angeles Rams on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.The Rams placed the tag on Joyner a little over a month ago, but there was still the possibility that the defensive back would seek out a long-term deal with the team before the July 16 deadline. However, with Joyner signing the tag Monday morning, he is now officially under contract with the team and will be able to start participating in offseason workouts immediately. Joyner is coming off a very productive 2017 campaign as a safety in Los Angeles, racking up 49 tackles and three interceptions.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Tagged before deadline

    The Los Angeles Rams placed a non-exclusive franchise tag on Lamarcus Joyner prior to Tuesday's 4:00 p.m. EST deadline.While there was initially some thought Sammy Watkins might receive the tag, it became clear the past few days Joyner would be the pick. The tag is far cheaper for safeties than for wideouts, and Joyner simply was better than Watkins in 2017. Primarily a cornerback his first three seasons, the 2014 second-round pick excelled in his first year as a full-time safety in 2017, tallying 49 tackles, three interceptions, nine passes defensed and a forced fumble in 12 games. Joyner's excellent work in coverage played a major role in the Rams' ability to limit opposing quarterbacks to a 58.4 completion percentage and 78.4 passer rating, without the benefit of top-notch cornerback play. With Marcus Peters set to replace Trumaine Johnson as the team's top corner, Joyner may get more opportunities for tackles and interceptions. Other teams technically can still offer the safety a contract, but they'd need to surrender two first-round picks if the Rams don't match an offer sheet. Joyner and the Rams will now try to hammer out a long-term deal before the July 16 deadline for franchise-tagged players.

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    Rams' Lamarcus Joyner: Eyeing payday after breakout 2017 showing

    Lamarcus Joyner finished as the third-highest rated safety in the league during the 2017 season, according to Pro Football Focus.Not only was 2017 easily the best season of Joyner's career, it came in the final year of his contract. He'll be chasing a sizeable pay raise now, and the Los Angeles Rams will likely look to keep him around after the success the entire defense had this season. It's definitely worth noting that he sustained a hamstring injury that cost three games and also played through a shoulder ailment late in the year, so there's potential for even better results with a clean bill of health and a full season of experience as a starter entering 2018.

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