3. Sean Lee
When healthy, Sean Lee has proven to be one of the most valuable members of the Cowboys’ defense, and his leadership skills are one of a kind, which is why Dallas always seems to be in a tough position over the linebacker.
Unfortunately, Lee’s ability to stay healthy has been one of the major issues haunting the Cowboys over the years since the veteran linebacker always seems to be dealing with something.
Even last season, Lee was limited to playing in just seven games, and while a move like this would seem like a huge risk for the Rams, one can only imagine how much he could benefit from playing under Wade Phillips.
Of course, that would come down to whether Lee would be able to manage to stay healthy, which doesn’t look promising since he’s never actually played a full NFL season since joining Dallas in 2010, and did miss the entire 2014 season as a result of a torn ACL.
Risky or not, Los Angeles is clearly a team that could use some extra depth at the linebacker position since that hasn’t exactly been their major strength over the last few seasons, although the team does deserve some credit for bringing Clay Matthews on board this offseason.