Here are three players the Los Angeles Rams will miss the most on the roster during the 2019 season.
While most of the attention surrounding the Los Angeles Rams at the moment is on the current players on the roster for the 2019 season, it’s difficult not to wonder which players who are no longer around will be missed the most.
As great as it would have been for the Rams to bring back everyone from last season to help them make another run at earning a trip to the Super Bowl, deep down they knew this would be unrealistic, with money of course being a major issue.
One of the most difficult factors about having a top contender for a team is the key players always looking for hefty contracts. And no matter how temping it was for Los Angeles to keep around certain players for another year, it was still the right decision since they needed to address other positions as well.
Take a look at Ndamukong Suh for instance, who agreed to a one-year, $14 million deal last offseason to help provide another dangerous weapon to the defensive line, but is still in search of his next team for 2019 since his asking price was too high for the Rams.
Of course, Suh isn’t the only former member Los Angeles could end up missing in 2019 since there are other members on the other side of the football as well who made just as much of an impact.
Since there are plenty of candidates to choose from, let’s take a look at the top three players who the Rams could end up missing the most.