Here are three trade targets the Los Angeles Rams should consider from the Washington Redskins before the start of training camp in 2019.
The start of training camp is right around the corner for the Los Angeles Rams along with every other team in the NFL, and while the team has a solid roster to work with, there’s always room for improvement.
Around this time last year, the Rams established a reputation for being a team in win-now mode by willing to take on any sort of talent that seemed capable of putting them in better position to make a run at the Super Bowl.
As Los Angeles fans know, this strategy nearly worked after the Rams came up just shy against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 53.
But as frustrating as this was to see, the good news for the Rams is all signs point to the team being early favorites once again to represent the NFC in Miami come February when Super Bowl 54 gets underway.
Of course, just because Los Angeles looks like an early favorite at the moment doesn’t mean they should avoid adding extra talent at a few positions for a little extra depth since with the rest of the competition in the conference, this simply couldn’t hurt.
Looking at the Washington Redskins, many believe this is another team that could sneak up in the NFC to make a run at the playoffs, meaning there are plenty of players the Rams should want if provided the opportunity.
So to have a little fun leading up to training camp, let’s take a look at three trade targets Los Angeles should consider from Washington if a trade were to ever have a chance of taking place.