Could the Rams extend more of their own players? That’s more likely coming this summer | Rams Official
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.
Los Angeles Rams: Players worth trading up for in the 2019 NFL Draft | FanSided
If the Rams decided to trade up instead of down, as many have surmised, here are a few potential targets to consider.
2019 NFL Free Agency: Here are the five most likely landing spots for Ndamukong Suh | CBS Sports
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.
Will Grier could be perfect third-round pick for Rams during 2019 NFL Draft | Ramblin’ Fan
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.
Several 2nd-year Rams could start in 2019 after quiet rookie seasons | RamsWire
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.
13 cut candidates the Rams could target if released | RamsWire
A nice list with some pricey talent. Certainly, the Rams will be evaluating every name on it.
Rams deciding between experience and upside at backup QB | RamsWire
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.