Here are some offensive lineman the Los Angeles Rams could trade up for in the 2019 NFL Draft.
In a matter of weeks, the 2019 NFL Draft will officially get underway for the Los Angeles Rams, and while the NFC champions currently hold the No. 31 pick at the moment, plenty could change once things officially get underway.
Unlike the previous two years, it looks like the Rams will be hanging on to their first-round pick for a change, although this doesn’t necessarily mean they won’t possibly trade up.
While Los Angeles has been viewed as a strong candidate to potentially trade down in the first round, what if Sean McVay and company decided to do the opposite by trading up to land a certain player they didn’t believe would still be around at No. 31?
This may sound crazy to consider since the Rams would arguably be better off just waiting to consider the best player available, but also there are a handful of players that seem worthy of trading up for, especially when it comes to the offensive line.
As great as the news was to hear that Andrew Whitworth would be returning for his third season with the team instead of retiring, Los Angeles did lose Rodger Saffold and John Sullivan this offseason, meaning they have some questions with the unit.
Sure, there are high expectations for Joseph Noteboom and Brian Allen to potentially take on larger roles in 2019, but also the Rams are smart enough to know it’s better to be safe than sorry by looking to the draft for offensive lineman.
So with the draft quickly approaching, it’s time to have a little fun by looking at three potential offensive lineman that Los Angeles could consider trading up for in the first round since they may not be available when they will actually be on the clock.