LA Rams frugal free agency fix for 2020 offensive line

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LA Rams Les Snead
General Manager Les Snead of the Los Angeles Rams (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images) /

The fix is in

We took the time to spotlight two very important facts about the LA Rams current offensive line. Barring free agency, the only offensive linemen on the team with a significant contract is right tackle Rob Havenstein. What makes matters worse, Havenstein did not play up to his contract and should be given serious consideration for going on the trade block this season.

So that leaves the LA Rams with no players earning $1 million or more this season?  Well there you are.  The Rams are already subscribing to the Frugal Fix philosophy for the offensive line.  So let’s start peeling back some layers for each position.  To be fair, we will examine a senior veteran, as well as a veteran in his prime. The only stipulation?  The contract price should not exceed $3 million per year.

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Two free agents per position, with a solid performance upside and a cheap price tag? It’s not as easy as it sounds, and it doesn’t sound easy.  So now that I’ve set such a high bar, let’s go after the free agent targets.