Hopefully, the Rams will be prudent with these decisions and avoid Tavon Austin / Robert Quinn scenarios. Extensions that create long term value and cap relief would be welcome.
If the Rams decided to trade up instead of down, as many have surmised, here are a few potential targets to consider.
Yes, the Los Angeles Rams are on this list. At what price tag makes would it make sense to bring him back? $10M? $12M? Or was his regular season enough to convince you that we should get younger and cheaper at the position.
It would indeed be interesting to see the Rams spend one of their higher picks on a QB prospect. Likely? Not very. Smart? Maybe. It would stand to reason that any QB who shines during the preseason under McVay would have increased trade value down the line.
The 1 Trade Each NFL Team Should Make in 2019 | Bleacher Report
Interesting league-wide observation piece. One they missed? Antonio Brown to the Bills, who are surely much happier to have him than WR Travis Benjamin.
Boomer. Allen. Kiser. The youth movement could potentially be in full effect for the Rams with the recent departures of C John Sullivan and ILB Mark Barron, and the uncertain status of G Rodger Saffold.
A nice list with some pricey talent. Certainly, the Rams will be evaluating every name on it.
Nah, let’s just bring back Mannion, amirite?!!! I’m personally in the veteran camp, as we don’t need a young upstart disrupting the continued development of QB Jared Goff.