The Los Angeles Rams have signed safety Jordan Kovacs, who played college football for Michigan.
Rams have added safety Jordan Kovacs to roster. Played parts of last three seasons with Miami.— Rich Hammond (@Rich_Hammond) August 5, 2016
Kovacs went undrafted after four years with the Wolverines. He was picked up by the Miami Dolphins as a free agent and has played in 28 games for Miami across the last three seasons. Kovacs plays as a reserve defender and special teams contribute.
With Michigan, the safety earned 2009 Freshman All-American, 2009 Freshman All-Big Ten, 2010 All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention, 2011 All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention, 2012 All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention, 2012 Michigan Wolverines MVP, 2012 Academic All-Big Ten, 2012 All-Big Ten second team, along with being the team captain for the 2012 season under head coach Brady Hoke.
Kovacs will compete with T.J. McDonald, Maurice Alexander, Cody Davis, Rohan Gaines, Jourdan Lomax and Brian Randolph for playing time in the 2016 season with the Rams.
Through his NFL career, Kovacs has 11 tackles and one sack.