This week’s free-agency frenzy has begun, and it’s looking to get even bigger than last year’s blockbuster signing of Aaron Rodgers.
According to several reports, some teams are preparing to give up a huge amount of cash in the hopes of landing an elite quarterback who will immediately be a star.
The market is now so crowded that there’s no way to gauge the worth of a potential signing, and the market has never been more crowded than this.
If the Browns or Jaguars decide to part ways with Andrew Luck, who they were hoping to keep, that could be a huge loss for Cleveland.
If it’s not Luck, a team could consider signing an offensive tackle to compete with the top prospects.
In that scenario, the player might have to play for a team that’s a few years away from the start of the next dynasty season.
And there are a few other options to consider.
If teams can’t find a quarterback they’re willing to pay top dollar for, they could look to the free-agents market, or they could try to get a high-profile veteran to come in for a package.
For the second straight year, the Rams could be in position to do both.
But in this scenario, it would make sense to target a high draft pick to go along with a high first-round pick, according to several sources.
And the Rams already have a solid foundation in place.
There are two players that could fit that mold.
Jared Goff and Vernon Adams Jr. The Rams have had some success at quarterback in recent years.
Goff has been a starter since he entered the league and Adams has played at multiple positions, including the wide receiver position.
But there’s a good chance that they would be better off spending a high pick on a quarterback.
The reason why is because the Rams are going to need a quarterback to take them to the next level.
And in this league, the next superstar quarterback is going to be at a price that makes it hard to get him for the next few years.
The quarterback position is a bit of a toss-up, as the first pick can often be a top pick.
The other option for a contender is a guy like Carson Wentz, who is a proven quarterback with good arm talent and a high ceiling.
But he’s not the only quarterback that could fill that role.
One of the reasons why Wentz has gotten a lot of attention over the past few weeks is because of the potential for a potential franchise quarterback to come along.
Wentz is one of the best quarterbacks in the league, and while the Rams haven’t signed a quarterback since they drafted him in the fourth round in 2014, he’s had a solid start to his career.
In his two seasons, Wentz completed 70.6 percent of his passes for 1,731 yards and 12 touchdowns, and threw for 3,824 yards and 11 touchdowns.
His numbers are impressive, but they’re not exactly the stuff that would put him on the same level as a quarterback like Peyton Manning or Russell Wilson.
However, the fact that he has a chance to do that is why he’s being discussed as a possibility for the Rams.
He’s not going to have to spend as much time behind center, and that could make him more appealing to teams.
In the case of Wentz and Adams, they have a strong foundation with their respective quarterbacks, but it would be nice if they could add some more.
Both quarterbacks are very young, and there’s not much reason to think that they’ll age in the NFL in the next couple of years.
But they would definitely be a nice fit for the Los Angeles Rams.