The NFL trade deadline is just a week away with teams having until Oct. 29 at 1 p.m. PT to make a deal. The Los Angeles Rams have already been active this season, a course by acquiring Austin Corbett and Jalen Ramsey, as well as trading away Marcus Peters for Kenny Young and a draft pick.
Les Snead is one of the most aggressive general managers in the NFL, and while he said "there's not a lot more we could probably do," he did acknowledge that teams make calls about players all the time and there are "some interesting ideas being floated."
So what other deals might the Rams make – specifically when it comes to trading players away? Here are four guys who might consider moving, though unlikely Los Angeles will make any other moves.
Hager's decline in 2019 has been sudden. He started the season as a starter in place of Micah Kiser, who started a season-ending injury in the preseason. Hager played well before injuring his shoulder in Week 4, which gave way to Troy Reeder as the starting inside linebacker.
Hager played zero defensive snaps in Week 6 and was a healthy scratch on Sunday against the Falcons, while Travin Howard was
The Rams clearly prefer Reeder over Hager and even like Howard as a backup linebacker, Hager isn't doing much on the 53-man roster. Moving him may not be worth it for a late-round pick, but a team looking for a linebacker depth might bite for the right price.