1. Joe Schobert
Despite re-signing Fowler along with the signing of Clay Matthews to provide a much-needed veteran presence, linebacker is still a position the Rams could use some depth with.
Even with Cory Littleton emerging out of nowhere last year to put together his first Pro Bowl season, Los Angeles should be open to adding another key linebacker if the opportunity provides itself.
Back in 2016, the Browns decided to use a fourth-round pick on Joe Schobert following an impressive career at Wisconsin, and the linebacker has been an underrated member of the defense ever since.
By starting 33 of 45 games appeared in over the last three seasons, Schobert seems like the kind of player who will only get better with experience at 25, but also could be in for a big pay raise after the 2019 season.
Schobert entering the final year of his favorable contract ($2.025 million base salary) when compared to his production shows what a steal he’s been for Cleveland to have on the roster, but even they know this won’t last forever.
Trading Schobert would be difficult for a Cleveland team with high expectations heading into 2019, but also when it comes to Los Angeles, they have managed to pull off unexpected trades over the last two seasons, meaning anything could be possible before camp.