3. James Ferentz
Now that John Sullivan is no longer part of the picture after the Rams decided to part ways with the veteran center this offseason, the team hopes to see Brian Allen take on a larger role during his sophomore NFL campaign.
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Los Angeles never would have made the decision to move on from a veteran like Sullivan if they didn’t feel confident enough in Allen having what it takes to step up in 2019, but also it never hurts to have a solid backup plan in place just in case.
While the Rams certainly have a few current options to work with on the roster, if the team were to give the Patriots a look, James Ferentz is one name that comes to mind in regards to the position.
The fact that Ferentz has seen limited action over the last couple of seasons may seem like a red flag right away for a team in Los Angeles, but also shows that New England may be more willing to trade the Iowa product.
For all the Rams know, Ferentz could end up being a better fit on the Rams’ offense, and a fresh start on a new team could even help get his career back on track instead of continuing to receive limited action on the Patriots.