Los Angeles Rams general manager Les Snead continued to live up to his reputation as one of the most aggressive team builders in the contemporary NFL, rivalled only by his counterpart Howie Roseman in Philadelphia for his willingness to engage in blockbuster trades.
At first glance the trade of All Pro cornerback Jalen Ramsey from the Jacksonville Jaguars to the Los Angeles Rams on Tuesday evening seems like a win-win for both franchises. However, the trade may indicate further issues for both teams, especially as they move forward with championship aspirations in their respective conferences.
So, according to multiple sources, including Jason La Canfora, it looks as though Josh Rosen is potentially going to the Miami Dolphins after being forced out of Arizona for a second round draft pick.
Philadelphia Eagles acquired running back Jordan Howard from the Chicago Bears in a trade, sending a sixth round pick in 2020 the other way.
While these new signings look promising and will certainly help the departing roster, new general manger Eric DeCosta will have his work cut out for him filling the gaps of talented former players if the Ravens want to make it to the playoffs.
New York Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr to the Cleveland Browns for Jabrill Pepper and two draft picks on Tuesday.
Oakland Raiders have agreed to acquire Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers for a third round and a fifth round pick.
The first of the quarterback dominoes of the 2019 NFL offseason has fallen. On Wednesday, it was announced that the Denver Broncos were trading a mid-round pick to the Baltimore Ravens for veteran Joe Flacco.
Green Bay's quick retool is aided by the Montgomery move.
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