3. Troy Hill
From a depth perspective, it was easy to understand the decision by the Rams during the offseason to re-sign Troy Hill to a two-year deal to make sure the defense would remain in great shape at cornerback.
Not to mention, the Rams also have other players such as Nickell Robey-Coleman, and a rookie with potential in David Long, meaning if they were to give up Hill in a potential trade to the Jaguars, they could certainly afford to do so.
Nothing against Hill since the defender has been great for the Rams over the years, but if a deal like this were to help convince the Jaguars to send Ramsey to Los Angeles, this would seem like a no brainer.
Plus, from Jacksonville’s perspective, Hill would seem better off having more of an opportunity to see additional playing time as a member of the Jaguars compared to the Rams, so a scenario like this would almost seem too perfect for both parties.
Trading a player that was recently re-signed a few months before may sound ridiculous to even think about it, but also it happens more often than football fans realize in the NFL.