3. Demarcus Robinson, WR
Late in the season, the Rams saw veteran wide receiver Demarcus Robinson take on a prominent role within the offense. Sure, at times it was Puka Nacua. Other times, it was still Cooper Kupp. But, Robinson became a go-to target for Stafford toward the end of the season and had some big performances.
Robinson is set to become a free agent and has mostly been a journeyman the last few seasons. In the last three years, Robinson has played for three teams (Kansas City, Baltimore and Los Angeles) and will likely be playing for his fourth in as many years.
Atlanta already tried trading for a former Rams wide receiver last year, in Van Jefferson, but he was hardly used. The Falcons offense was a mess when it came to the passing attack, though, so maybe Jefferson sticks around and is used correctly. Robinson would be a legitimate WR2 or WR3 for an offense that has lacked someone to take on that role over the past couple of seasons.
This past season, Robinson caught a touchdown in four-straight games for the Rams and wound up with a total of 26 receptions for 371 yards and those four scores. He didn't see notable action until early November.