1. Chris Banjo
Around this time last year, the Rams were considering the possibility of using the franchise tag on Lamarcus Joyner with the hope he would play well enough to convince the team to reward him with a long-term contract down the road.
While the franchise tag ended up happening, Joyner’s play from the 2018 season wasn’t exactly as great as Los Angeles expected from the safety, and it’s part of the reason why there’s a good chance the team will allow him to hit the open market.
Regardless, the Rams will most likely look to free agency and the draft anyway to add some depth to the safety position, and even though Chris Banjo doesn’t stand out like some of the other players across the league, it’s tough to ignore how underrated he’s been the last two seasons.
With the experience gained throughout his career during stints with the Saints and Green Bay Packers, Banjo seems like he would bring plenty of value to the Rams on defense. For all Los Angeles knows, Banjo could be another key contributor to help the team make another run at the Super Bowl next season with hopefully better results than what took place in Super Bowl 53.