Potential free agent targets for Los Angeles Rams in 2019 from NFC West

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Here are some potential free agent adds for the Los Angeles Rams to consider from the NFC West to help for the 2019 season.

After coming up short in Super Bowl 53 to the New England Patriots, the Los Angeles Rams have every reason in the world to believe they will continue to be a serious contender in the NFC during the 2019 season, especially if they find success in free agency and the upcoming NFL Draft.

A few years ago, the Rams weren’t really considered as a popular destination for potential free agents or rookies, but things have quickly changed for the better since Sean McVay came on board as head coach two years ago.

Never in a million years did anyone think that Los Angeles of all teams would be coming off back-to-back NFC West titles along with a trip to the Super Bowl during the first two years under McVay, but this shows just how special of a head coach they have on their hands.

Knowing McVay, the head coach will be losing all sorts of sleep this offseason after coming up short in the NFL’s biggest stage during Super Bowl 53 since there was no excuse for the poor performance displayed by the offense after the Rams were limited to scoring only three points.

At this moment in the offseason, Los Angeles has numerous potential free agents currently on the team they will look into re-signing to give them a better chance of competing in 2019, but also the NFC champions will look to free agency as well to fill some of their needs.

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In fact, the NFC West has a handful of players expected to hit the free agent market that could help the Rams in numerous ways, whether it happens to be filling certain needs on defense or simply the offensive line.

To have a little fun, let’s take a look at some of those potential free agents within the division who would help put Los Angeles in better position to make another run at the Super Bowl during the 2019 season.