1. T.J. Yeldon
Towards the end of last season, Los Angeles brought Anderson on board as insurance to Todd Gurley while he dealt with a knee injury. And while the Rams felt confident in Anderson being able to fill in when needed, it’s safe to assume that even Los Angeles didn’t expect the veteran to make the kind of serious impact he did.
By proving how effective he can still be when working in the right system, Anderson could end up drawing interest from numerous teams looking to improve their situation at the running back position.
If this ends up being the case, and the Rams are in need of adding another running back, Yeldon could be worth the risk after watching all of the times he stepped up when given the opportunity on offense for the Jaguars over the last four seasons.
Plus, what helps set Yeldon apart from some of the other running backs across the league is his ability to be just as dangerous in the passing game after setting a career high of 55 receptions during the 2018 season.