4 Los Angeles Rams players and coaches Raheem Morris might take with him to Falcons

The new head coach in Atlanta could bring a few guys with.

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Raheem Morris is officially leaving the Los Angeles Rams for a well-deserved head coaching gig with the Atlanta Falcons.

After a season that saw Morris' defense significantly overachieve, he returns to Atlanta where he previously spent time coaching the wide receivers and served as both the defensive coordinator and interim head coach at one point.

With Morris heading to Atlanta, we have to play the game. He could very well bring some guys with him. But, which players or coaches could he decide to bring? There are a couple of players and coaches, specifically, that might make sense.

1. Jordan Fuller, S

The Falcons could be in the market for one more starting safety this offseason, and veteran Jordan Fuller is set to become a free agent in Los Angeles. Fuller played the second-most snaps out of any Rams defender this past season, with 1,057.

Fuller had arguably his best season yet in 2023, totaling 94 tackles, eight passes defensed (career high), three forced fumbles (career high) and three interceptions (career high). He also allowed the lowest completion percentage of his career to opposing quarterbacks (63.0) and the lowest opposing quarterback rating of his career (86.0).

Fuller is an all-around safety who is fairly decent in coverage but he's especially good in run support. He's a physical, willing run defender who will help in that area at the drop of a hat. At just shy of 26 years old, Fuller will be looking for his second contract now that his rookie deal is up. The former sixth-round pick and Ohio State Buckeye was a staple for Morris in 2023, and could find himself a new home in Atlanta.