1. Hayden Hurst
Nothing against Higbee since there have been times in which the tight end has stepped up in big ways over the last two seasons, he is a player they would be able to adjust to playing without if needed.
If this were to be the case, the possibility of the Rams adding another tight end shouldn’t be ruled out since Sean McVay has a strong history of working with tight ends as well, and helping bring out the best in them.
Last year, the Ravens made a splash in the NFL Draft by using one of their first-round picks on Hayden Hurst following a stellar career at South Carolina, but also they would use another pick later on with Mark Andrews.
From a pass-catching comparison, Andrews ended up making the strong impact than Hurst during their first seasons in 2018, meaning they could afford to move on from one if they chose to do so.
Not to mention, Baltimore also has Nick Boyle on the roster, so while trading Hurst after only one season may not seem like a favorable idea, just imagine what kind of addition he would be to a high-powered offense like the Rams.