Bobby Wagner joined the Los Angeles Rams after spending a decade playing for the Seattle Seahawks. His Rams tenure ended up being quite a bit shorter.

Wagner and the Rams mutually agreed to part ways on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, one season into the five-year, $50 million contract he signed to join the team.

A team and player divorcing after a single season usually means it was a season to forget, but the Rams definitely got what they would have wanted from Wagner despite finishing the season with a disappointing 5-12 record.

The 32-year-old Wagner posted 140 total tackles (141 if you count his run-in with a protester), 10 tackles for loss, six sacks, five passes defended and two interceptions while playing all 17 games, earning second-team All-Pro honors. It was his ninth straight year making an All-Pro team. Meanwhile, Pro Football Focus graded him as the top linebacker in the NFL for the season.