2. Chase Roullier
Providing the proper protection for Goff has become extremely important for Los Angeles over the last few years, and watching the unit develop into one of the best in the league over the last two seasons has been incredible to witness.
However, due to some offseason changes, the Rams will be going through some adjustments heading into the 2019 season, although there’s no reason to hit the panic button since they still have a talent group of players led by Andrew Whitworth to work with.
One of the key positions Los Angeles will be monitoring throughout training camp is center since after making the decision to move on from John Sullivan, the Rams have high expectations for Brian Allen taking on a larger role in his sophomore NFL season.
But just because expectations are high doesn’t necessarily mean Los Angeles is going to find success with Allen, no matter how impressive the center has looked so far during the offseason.
Watching Chase Roullier start all 16 games last year for the Redskins shows how much of a steal the team found back in 2017 when they used a sixth-round pick on the Wyoming product during the draft.
Rightfully so, Washington may not be willing to give up on a player like Roullier since he’s only scratching the surface of his true potential, but also if the Rams were willing to offer a significant deal, would the Redskins be able to turn it down?