2. Ryan Groy
In comparison, the one disadvantage that sticks out the most when comparing Miller to Groy is the fact that Groy is a couple years older, although this hasn’t really stopped the Rams before when looking at how old Whitworth was a few years ago when the veteran came on board.
Originally, Groy joined the Chicago Bears as an undrafted free agent back in 2014 before bouncing around to a few different teams over the next couple of years before finally landing on the Bills in the middle of the 2015 season.
Since then, Groy has appeared in all but one game for Buffalo over the previous three seasons, and it will be interesting to see what the Bills end up deciding to do with the guard since a return to the team for a fifth season hasn’t been ruled out yet.
From a competitive standpoint, Groy seems like the kind of lineman who could battle for some signifcant playing time if he were to become part of the Rams during the 2019 season.
Football fans always love a good story about a player emerging out of nowhere as a previously undrafted free agent, and Groy certainly finds himself in that category after looking at the impact he’s been able to make for the Bills over the years.