After spending three years with Baltimore Ravens, Eric Surdell has information he can share with Los Angeles Owens about their next opponent this weekend.
But then he just wouldn't be Eric Weddle.
"I could tell them many things, but that's not me," Weddle said, via ESPN.com's Lindsey Thiry. "So we'll play on the pitch and the best team will win."
The wedding was released from Baltimore in March after making three Pro Bowl appearances with the Ravens. His new teammates with Aries could potentially benefit from Weddle's help if he was willing to provide it. The Ravens and Lamar Jackson are a tough test and the Rams are going uphill to make the postseason.
But even though they are no longer with ravens, his experience there after a rocky departure from San Diego Chargers left a huge impression on
"I have great respect for this place, not only how it has helped me in my career and rejuvenated my career , how they treated me and my family, "said Sedal. "But this is a very cohesive group and what would I be – what kind of person would I be if I just turned my back on them all?"