1. Brandon Marshall
In case there’s any confusion since it still somehow happens, the Rams should look into the possibility of signing Brandon Marshall the linebacker, not wide receiver since they’re clearly set at that position.
The linebacker already indicated the news that Denver wouldn’t be picking up his option for the 2019 season, and right away Los Angeles was considered a team that could make a great fit.
Despite having two years remaining on the four-year extension signed back in 2016, the Broncos apparently feel it would be best to move on from Marshall, and based off his level of play, there should be a handful of teams expressing interest.
Linebacker is arguably the top position of need for the Rams this offseason since it was one of their weaknesses dating back to last year, and it would even become a bigger need if Dante Fowler Jr. ends up signing elsewhere.
Plus, similar to Ray, Marshall would have the advantage of being familiar in a defensive system run by Phillips if this scenario were to become a possibility, so the Rams have this factor going for them as well. And with a Super Bowl title already to his name, Marshall’s experience could help Los Angeles in a big way on the defensive side of the football next season.