2. Ted Karras
Watching the offensive line of the Rams develop into a top unit in the league over the last two seasons has been truly amazing to witness, and while there were some adjustments made this offseason, they should be just fine in 2019.
With that being said, Los Angeles did receive the unfortunate news this offseason about Aaron Neary earning a four-game suspension, meaning the team could be experiencing some depth issues at left guard.
Even with the Rams being in solid position with Joseph Noteboom taking over the starting role, it’s always better to be safe than sorry by making sure they have enough depth in case anything were to happen.
Since coming on board in 2016, Ted Karras has been fortunate enough to earn two Super Bowl rings as a member of the Patriots, and while it’s been great to see the guard appear in 45 games, the former Illinois star only has five starts to his name.
New England may have the same mindset as Los Angeles in which they would prefer to keep Karras around just in case anything were to happen with Joe Thuney, but also what if the Rams were to make an interesting enough offer?
Depth at guard didn’t seem like that much of an issue a few months ago for the Rams, but with the suspension involving Neary, adding another player like Karras could help the team feel better to get through September.