Michael Brockers isn’t going anywhere.
The Los Angeles Rams signed the former LSU defensive lineman to a three-year extension on Thursday, the organization announced.
The new deal keeps Brockers in Los Angeles through the 2019 season after the team, then in Saint Louis, chose the defensive lineman with the No. 14 overall pick of the 2012 NFL Draft.
“Retaining Michael was a priority for our organization,” Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher said in a press release. “Our defensive front has always been important to us, and Michael has been a significant part in what we do on that side of the football since we drafted him. We’re excited that he is going to continue his career with us here in Los Angeles.”
Brockers played with the Tigers from 2010-2011, collecting 79 tackles and two sacks before forgoing his final two years of eligibility for the NFL.
He has recorded 287 tackles, 14.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles in his five-year career.