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Re: Should Rams ‘triple-dip’ on OL in NFL draft?

February 22, 2021 09:02AM
I don't think there's much chance the Rams will use their first three picks on OL.

But the article did open my eyes to this: the only OL the Rams have signed for the 2022 season are Whitworth, Havenstein, Evans, Edwards, and Anchrum. And Anchrum is the only OL signed for 2023.

From that bit of news I am way less likely to believe that the Rams will trade Havs. I can't imagine Whit will play past 2021 which means in reality the Rams only have Havenstein, Evans, Edwards, and Anchrum signed for 2022.

So even if Evans and Anchrum develop into starters the Rams will still need one more starter for 2022 plus 4 (or 5?) more OL just to fill out the roster. It would surprise me if the Rams would make that situation even worse by trading Havs.


  Should Rams ‘triple-dip’ on OL in NFL draft?

Rams43261February 22, 2021 07:17AM

  Re: Should Rams ‘triple-dip’ on OL in NFL draft?

AlbaNY_Ram63February 22, 2021 09:02AM

  Re: Should Rams ‘triple-dip’ on OL in NFL draft?

zn67February 22, 2021 09:05AM

  Re: Should Rams ‘triple-dip’ on OL in NFL draft?

AlbaNY_Ram45February 22, 2021 09:19AM

  Bad Idea in my opinion

Ram_Ruler65February 22, 2021 09:32AM

  Re: Bad Idea in my opinion

zn63February 22, 2021 09:38AM

  If your solution to an inconsistent line is to add three rookies

Ram_Ruler47February 22, 2021 09:53AM


zn43February 22, 2021 10:29AM

  Well then we aren't far off in our view

Ram_Ruler37February 22, 2021 10:44AM

  I'd draft an OL every year

LMU9327February 23, 2021 02:46AM

  agreed....that and CBs

SunTzu_vs_Camus13February 23, 2021 08:19AM