Here are three trade targets for the Los Angeles Rams to consider from the Minnesota Vikings before the start of training camp at the end of July.
Around this time last offseason, expectations were high for both the Los Angeles Rams and Minnesota Vikings in regards to being two of the top playoff contenders in the NFC.
As Rams fans know, Sean McVay would end up leading the team to a Super Bowl appearance in just his second season with the team, but the Vikings unfortunately failed to live up to the offseason hype.
Originally, the plan seemed to be that signing Kirk Cousins would help Minnesota get over the hump during the playoffs after reaching the NFC Championship the year before, but the team failed to even earn a Wild Card spot in the NFC.
With a full offseason to recover, the Vikings seem determined to make sure the results are different this time around in 2019, and if they happened to run into the Rams down the road in the playoffs, this really wouldn’t come as a surprise at all.
But before jumping that far ahead, would there be any chance of Los Angeles pulling off a trade with Minnesota before the start of training camp?
Despite all of the key moves from this offseason, a team like the Rams could still use some depth at a few positions to put them in better position to compete once September officially arrives.
Even if Minnesota hasn’t officially expressed any interest in potential trades involving their current players, if they were to consider a move, here are three players that would seem like a great fit for the Rams.