1. Stephone Anthony
While linebacker was one of the big questions surrounding the Rams last season, it was great to see Cory Littleton elevate his game to a whole new level during the 2018 season, and the future seems bright for the defender.
Take this into consideration along with the fact that Los Angeles acquired Dante Fowler Jr. in the middle of last season from the Jacksonville Jaguars, the linebacker position ended up being better than expected in 2018, but there’s always room for improvement.
Whether Fowler is back or not, the Rams are still expected to focus on adding depth to the linebacker position during the offseason.
That’s where Stephone Anthony could come into play after the former Clemson star spent the previous two seasons in Miami, although there’s always the chance of the linebacker returning to the Dolphins in 2019.
Of course, if Miami decides to move on from Anthony, and he does end up hitting the open market, this could be part of the depth that Los Angeles looks for on the defensive side of the football.
Anthony isn’t one of those players who will make a drastic impact for the Rams on defense, but even if he makes the slightest impact to help them continue to be a top threat in the NFC, this is what will be most important.