Here are three trade targets the Los Angeles Rams could consider from the Green Bay Packers before training camp officially gets underway.
While the Los Angeles Rams have been fortunate enough to earn playoff appearances in each of the last two seasons along with a trip to the Super Bowl, things have been a bit different for the Green Bay Packers.
For starters, it’s been somewhat frustrating to watch the Packers let some Aaron Rodgers prime years go to complete waste by failing to even earn a Wild Card spot in each of the last two seasons, but the team hopes to see that change in 2019.
Coincidentally, Green Bay’s new head coach is someone Los Angeles happens to be quite familiar with in Matt LaFleur, who was the offensive coordinator for the team during Sean McVay‘s first year as head coach during the 2017 season.
With that being said, would LaFleur ever consider trading any current members of the Packers to his former team in the Rams, despite the fact that Los Angeles will be a top contender in the NFC?
This factor can always be difficult to consider in the NFL, but also if the Rams were willing to make an interesting enough offer involving some sort of solid draft pick, why wouldn’t the Packers at least consider the possibility?
Los Angeles has pulled off numerous surprise trades off over the last two years under McVay, and there are certainly a few current members of Green Bay who could put the Rams in better position to compete for another playoff spot for a third year in a row.
So if the Rams were to ever consider reaching out to the Packers over a potential trade to make before the start of training camp, here are three players who immediately could to mind that would be worth consideration.