The Los Angeles Rams have until Saturday at 4:00 p.m. to trim down their roster to 53 players.
After four weeks consisting of players trying to make a case for the 2019 season, the Los Angeles Rams will soon need to trim down their roster to 53 players before Saturday’s deadline, meaning the team faces plenty of tough decisions ahead.
While Sean McVay and company most likely have a pretty good idea of certain players they want to keep around, there will still be a handful of tough decisions at numerous positions.
Thanks to all of the success from the previous two seasons, expectations are higher than ever for the Rams heading into their third season with McVay as their head coach, especially after coming up short in the Super Bowl this past February.
Talent wise, there’s every reason to believe that Los Angeles will be a top contender in the NFC for a third year in a row, but also the Rams realize there are no guarantees of this happening since the team will be playing with targets on their back all season.
In order to put themselves in the best position possible, the Rams will need to make sure they were loaded with the right depth at the necessary positions, which is just part of the reason as to why the next two days will be extremely important.
Even though Rams fans seem to have a pretty good idea of what to expect before Saturday’s deadline, here are three potential cuts that seem like easy decisions for Los Angeles, as they continue to prepare for the start of Week 1 next weekend.