A second round pick in the 2012 NFL Draft out of LSU, Randle spent his first two years climbing up a packed depth chart at WR for the Giants before breaking through the last two years. Since 2014, Randle put up 128 receptions on 217 targets for 1,735 yards and 11 TDs. Those numbers are better than those from any Ram the last two years.
Now that the Rams have reportedly settled their attempt to take advantage of their status of being located in Missouri for another few weeks with the players union, we should see some activity on the free agent market. Coples and Randle are likely the first signs of that.