2. Mario Edwards
Following an impressive career at Florida State, expectations were high for Mario Edwards when the Oakland Raiders decided to use a second-round pick on the defender back in 2015, but unfortunately the team felt it would be best to part ways before the 2018 season.
As a result, the Giants would end up claiming him off waivers with the hope of providing an extra boost on the defensive side of the football, which seemed to be the case at times.
Edwards failed to start a single game, but he did appear in 15 contests for New York, and record two sacks to go along with a forced fumble.
Since these numbers don’t stand out like some of the other great defenders across the league, Edwards seems like one of those players the Giants could easily release. And if that is the case, at least the Rams would most likely be able to sign him at a fair price if they were to express interest.
Earning a starting job may seem like a long shot, but if Edwards provides depth for Los Angeles, this could be just as helpful since all that truly matters is he along with any other player who comes on board helps the Rams achieve their ultimate goal of reaching the Super Bowl.