Scouting the NFC West: 3 Rams FAs Jacksonville Jaguars should target

Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)
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The Jacksonville Jaguars should take a look at the Rams’ roster.

After hiring Urban Meyer as the new head coach and Trent Baalke as the general manager, the Jacksonville Jaguars can now start preparing for the 2021 NFL Draft and free agency. If they make the right moves, if they make the right moves, they will be able to quickly turn things around and start winning games, something they struggled to do last year.

This Jacksonville team is projected to have $73 million in cap space and will be able to make a big-time signing or two in free agency. Although the Los Angeles Rams are known for their offense, they made it to the Divisional Round of 2020’s playoffs on the strength of their defense in the NFL and may not be able to keep some of their pending free agents.

This past season, the Rams’ defense ranked first in points allowed and total yards while their offense was 11th in total yards but just 22nd in scoring. That doesn’t mean they don’t have good players on offense. They just didn’t play up to their potential, as there are a few playmakers on that side of the ball that are going to hit the open market. Here are three of their pending free agents the Jaguars should target.