3. Los Angeles Rams
Isn’t it crazy to think how the Los Angeles Rams seemed to be built strong enough to contend for the Super Bowl for years to come, yet failed to even earn a Wild Card spot last season?
The pressure was already on for the Rams and Sean McVay to get this team back on the winning track during the 2020 season after failing to live up to expectations last year, but the pressure his new levels this offseason.
Between releasing Todd Gurley along with trading Brandin Cooks, Los Angeles is about to see a whole new offense in 2020, although at least Jared Goff still has a solid duo in Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp to work with.
Not to mention, the Rams hope Josh Reynolds finds a way to take advantage of additional action and Van Jefferson turns out to be a second-round steal to help Los Angeles return to their winning ways.
But since there are no guarantees when it comes to the NFL, the Rams would have nothing to lose in bringing someone like Arcega-Whiteside on board to provide some extra competition at the position.
For all they know, a fresh start on a new team could help Arcega-Whiteside live up to the previous hype.