3. Daniel Kilgore
Despite how much of an underrated member of the offensive line John Sullivan was for the Rams over the last two seasons, the decision to move on from the veteran center was the right one.
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While the argument can be made that Los Angeles should have kept Sullivan around for at least one more season, his impact was sort of on the decline towards the end of last season, and the Rams couldn’t afford to risk this happening again.
Of course, Los Angeles never would have made the decision to move on from Sullivan the way they did without some sort of plan, as the team has high expectations for Brian Allen heading into his second NFL season, but also they could always use more depth.
After spending the first seven years of his career within the NFC West as a member of the San Francisco 49ers, imagine if Daniel Kilgore returned to the division as part of the Rams.
Miami was devastated to see Kilgore limited to four starts last season after coming on board through a trade due to a torn triceps, and while it would be tough to consider a trade since he’s technically the starter, an additional draft pick always making things intriguing.