Three Players The St. Louis Rams Should Trade Before The NFL Trade Deadline

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Kendall Langford

Although he has been severely underrated for the St. Louis Rams in the middle of the defensive line, there is not much of a future for him in St. Louis, especially with the impressive play of first round pick Aaron Donald, who by the way, is the top rated defensive tackle of Pro Football Focus.

The St. Louis Rams owe Langford $6-million in 2015, which for a rotational guy, is way too much. If the Rams were to trade Langford, they would still have to pay him $2-million, but it would also open up $2-million in cap space.

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With Donald producing like he has been, Langford has seen his time on the field diminish and therefore also his production. In 2o14 Langford only has eight tackles and has yet to record a sack. According to ESPN he is only projected to have 21 tackles at season’s end which would be the lowest number of his career since his last season in Miami.

The Rams have found a replacement for Langford and although they would only have $1-million in dead money if they cut the defensive tackle at the end of the season, it would be nice to get something in return for him instead of simply cutting him.

Price Tag: Conditional 7th round pick that could become a 5th round pick

Possible Partners: Giants, Bears