1. Levi Wallace
After landing Ramsey in a trade from the Jaguars, the Rams may not feel the urge to trade for another cornerback before the deadline, but also keep in mind that Talib was recently sent to IR as well.
Since there still seems to be some doubts over whether Troy Hill has what it takes to handle the responsibilities of being one of the new starters at cornerback, Los Angeles could view this as a similar scenario to the other positions discussed in which they prefer to add depth.
Back in May 2018, the Bills decided to take a risk on signing Levi Wallace as an undrafted free agent, and the last two seasons have made it clear this turned out to be one of the best decisions the team could have made.
Of course, the chances of Buffalo willing to give up on Wallace in the middle of his second NFL season with his potential may seem like a long shot, but every player has a certain asking price, no matter what.
Plus, with Wallace quickly proving to be a reliable starter, it’s only a matter of time before the Bills or another team will need to open up their checkbook to reward the cornerback with a hefty pay raise.
Whether the Rams would be willing to do so for Wallace if a trade were to somehow happen, well there’s only one way to find out, right?