The LA Rams are in a weird transitional phase as an organization. The team said goodbye to a number of notable names this past offseason due to financial constraints.
The hope is that a host of young players on the roster will be able to step up and fill the shoes left by departing players like Jalen Ramsey, Leonard Floyd, Bobby Wagner, Allen Robinson, Greg Gaines, and A'Shawn Robinson.
It never hurts to supplement the roster with capable veterans, though. Now, the Rams can't exactly go big-money shopping with just under $10 million remaining in cap space, per Over the Cap.
They can, however, make one or two veteran additions to help flesh out the roster and take pressure off their young players. Here are five veteran additions the Rams could still make in free agency.
5. The LA Rams could sign LB Rashaan Evans
The departure of Bobby Wagner this offseason has left a hole at linebacker that needs to be filled. Former third-round pick Ernest Jones is penciled in as one of the starters, but it's unclear who will start next to him.
Two former undrafted rookies are set to compete for that job right now — Christian Rozeboom and Jake Hummel. It might make sense to bring in a little veteran depth, though.
One notable player who remains available is Rashaan Evans. A former first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans, Evans started all 17 games for the Atlanta Falcons last season, finishing with a career-high 159 tackles.
Evans is the exact veteran presence the Rams need at linebacker. If he's available for cheap, the team should look to bring him in.