In a recent article at ESPN highlighting potential trade options for each of the 32 NFL clubs, Rams beat writer Lindsey Thiry believes that wide receiver Josh Reynolds could be a candidate to be moved prior to the NFL trade deadline on November 3.
Here’s what she had to say about the idea:
“As the Rams pursue a division title and playoff run, it’s unlikely they will trade Reynolds, who earned a starting role in the offense in his fourth season. However, they have little draft capital, which makes Reynolds and tight end Gerald Everett candidates to move because they are playing on expiring rookie contracts and the Rams drafted potential replacements in Van Jefferson and Brycen Hopkins. This season, Reynolds has 14 receptions for 226 yards, including a 40-yard touchdown.”
The Rams were their most-successful in recent years with a trio of receivers who could do it all. They seem to have that in Cooper Kupp, Robert Woods, and rookie Van Jefferson. They could find another fourth wideout in the draft or by other means, so if there’s a chance to gain some much-needed draft capital, it’s not a bad idea to throw a line or two out there and see what you could reel in.
And now for today’s links.
How to watch Bears-Rams (TheRams.com)
Bret Stuter believes the Bears-Rams game could be full of points (Ramblin’ Fan)
NFL Nation picks potential trade candidates around the NFL (ESPN)
ESPN Staff are tracking all deals and moves being made prior to the trade deadline (ESPN)
Ryan Fitzpatrick was real sad on Wednesday after getting benched (Bleacher Report)
NFL Teams are going for two at a higher rate than ever before (Pro Football Talk)