3 trade targets Rams should consider from Lions in 2019 before training camp

DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 22: Theo Riddick #25 of the Detroit Lions pushes off on the face mask of Danny Trevathan #59 of the Chicago Bears during the first quarter at Ford Field on November 22, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)
DETROIT, MI - NOVEMBER 22: Theo Riddick #25 of the Detroit Lions pushes off on the face mask of Danny Trevathan #59 of the Chicago Bears during the first quarter at Ford Field on November 22, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images) /
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2. Joe Dahl

For months, the Rams haven’t been shy over their excitement in Joseph Noteboom moving into the starting role on the offensive line to make sure Jared Goff continues to receive the necessary protection at quarterback.

Of course, behind Noteboom on the depth chart is where Los Angeles could see some trouble in September now that Aaron Neary will miss the first four games of the 2019 season due to a suspension.

Even though the loss of Leary isn’t the most crushing blow in the world for the Rams, it’s always beneficial to have the extra depth just in case, which is where Joe Dahl could come into play.

Over the last three years, Dahl has appeared in 22 games for the Lions with four career starts to his name, meaning if Detroit were to ever consider the guard in a potential trade, they would seem willing to give him up if the offer were right.

For obvious reasons, Dahl isn’t going to give Noteboom a run for his money when it comes to the starting job, but since the team has to adjust to playing without Neary to start off the new season, a move like this certainly couldn’t hurt to consider.