The Los Angeles Rams made the rather astonishing choice to trade Michael Brockers this offseason, shipping him to Detroit in a offer that only returned a foreseeable future seventh-spherical select. It was a cap-conserving move, but they didn’t use that newfound income to re-indicator Morgan Fox, who left to signal with the Panthers.
And so the Rams now have a hole on the defensive line. Sebastian Joseph-Working day and A’Shawn Robinson are adaptable gamers, but the Rams will need depth no matter along the defensive front.
Here are 7 potential customers they could target in the draft.