Rams To Make 'Most Exciting' Trade In NFL History?
The Los Angeles Rams are concentrating on Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks, but analysts are already thinking about Halloween.
The Rams' start has been questioned, and many anticipate them to move their greatest player, Aaron Donald, at the Oct. 31 trade deadline.
ESPN's Dan Graziano noted that the Rams are rebuilding even though "they won't admit it," swallowing $75 million in dead cap space to start next season.
Graziano noted, "Los Angeles might have the youngest team in the league.
The Rams' remaining veteran stars—Donald, (Matthew) Stafford, and receiver Cooper Kupp—don't fit with the current plan, and if the team is struggling.
Graziano suggested Donald, who is entering his 10th season with the Rams, may opt to retire in Los Angeles.
Last week, Mike Florio and Peter King addressed the same idea, and King suggested the Chiefs trade for Donald to contend for another Super Bowl.
The two agreed that if the Rams traded Donald, they would require a first-round selection and that the club he joined would need him to commit beyond the next few months of the season.
Donald owes the Rams nothing after his years of service and effort, whether he's traded or not.
The Rams must keep him if he wants to stay in Los Angeles, but if he wants to be traded, they should get a return.
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