2. Reggie Ragland
In comparison, the Rams seem to be in better shape at linebacker than this time last year, but similar to cornerback, there is some uncertainty beyond the 2019 season.
Take a look at Dante Fowler Jr. for instance, who seems determined to turn his one-year deal into a long-term contract with Los Angeles, but also knows there are no guarantees.
Even if Fowler is back in the picture for the 2020 season, the Rams could still use another linebacker for depth purposes just to make sure the position remains in great shape.
Between bouncing around in 2016 along with eventually suffering a torn ACL that would keep him out the entire year, Reggie Ragland‘s rookie campaign was certainly one to forget for the linebacker.
One can only imagine how the former second-round pick felt after being part of another trade in 2017 that sent Ragland to the Chiefs, but at least things seem to have been working out for the best with both parties.
By starting 25 of 28 games played in over the last two seasons, Ragland has certainly made a name for himself on Kansas City’s defense, and if Los Angeles were looking to land a potential steal in a trade, he seems like the perfect candidate.