3. Sam Beal
Unfortunately for the Giants, the team never got to see Sam Beal in action during his rookie campaign last season after a shoulder injury from training camp would result in the Western Michigan product missing the entire year.
Since the verdict is still out there on Beal in the NFL, chances are that New York would prefer to hang on to him for at least one playing season since the defense could use all of the extra help possible.
However, the case could also be made that Beal missing his entire rookie season would make it easier for the Giants to move on from the cornerback as well in a potential trade, which would be an interesting approach for the Rams.
Despite appearing to be set at the moment with a duo consisting of Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib, let’s not forget there is some uncertainty with the position beyond the 2019 season since both cornerbacks are entering the final year of their contracts.
Beal obviously wouldn’t earn the starting role over Peters or Talib, but this move would at least provide some depth for the Rams moving forward, and could prove to be even more valuable down the road in 2020.