Doesn't matter anymore. He is now a Falcon.
Atlanta Falcons: The club filled a hole along its offensive line by reaching a three-year deal with former Rams guard Matt Lehr.
Terms of deal weren't available, but it is believed to be worth a little more than $1 million a year. Lehr, whom the Rams claimed off waivers from the Cowboys last season, will fill the void along the offensive line created by Roberto Garza.
Garza was close to reaching an agreement on a contract with the Ravens Thursday but they had concerns about his knee and didn't give him a contract. The Ravens opted to sign Keydrick Vincent of the Steelers to a three-year, $4.64 million contract.
Lehr has the flexibility to play guard for the Falcons and possibly center if they need him in the future. The Texans, Broncos and Falcons were the final three teams trying to convince Lehr to sign a contract.