So in the news today, Andre Johnson is rumored to be wanting out of Houston. He wants to contend, but most of the contenders who could afford him are set at wide receiver. That leaves the bubble teams, which, in my opinion, the Rams are one of those teams.
Do the Rams have a lot of trade assets? Not really. Salary cap space? Even less. But I think they should put feelers out and see what it would take to get Johnson. He's aging, he's owed a TON of money starting next season, and he's still pretty good, but he's lowered the return the Texans can expect to get because of his demand to be traded.
So what about an offer of say, Kendall Langford (who is now expendable) and a 3rd or 4th round pick for Johnson? The Texans need a better 3-4 DE (which Langford was before being switched by current rams management), and rebuilding teams could always use and extra draft pick.
Johnson's value has tanked due to his trade demand, his age, and the money left on his contract. If Houston would go for a trade like this, do you pull the trigger? I think I do.