2. Kevin King
Cornerback has been a major need for the Packers at times over the years, and while the team has certainly found a way to help over the last two years during the draft, the verdict is still out there on Kevin King.
Back in 2017, Green Bay used a second-round pick on the former Washington star with high expectations to make an impact right away, but unfortunately injuries forced the young cornerback to appear in just nine games as a rookie.
The following season, injuries were an issue once again for King after appearing in just six games for the Packers, bringing his two-year total to playing in just 15 games.
While the argument can be made that giving up on King after only two seasons would be foolish since he still has plenty of time to recover and prove himself, the history of injuries should give Green Bay some concerns.
But if the Packers were to ever consider moving on from King due to his history of injuries, why on earth would the Rams ever express interest?
Well, keep in mind that Los Angeles has a few questions at cornerback beyond the 2019 season with Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib both entering the final years of their contract, meaning if King were ever considered, they would seem like a team willing to give him a shot.