The Los Angeles Rams have a plethora of targets for Matthew Stafford to throw to this upcoming season. With Allen Robinson joining Cooper Kupp as a free agent addition this offseason, it looks like the Rams offense is poised to be even better than it was last season.

Unfortunately, it appears they may have released one of his potential up-and-coming targets when they cut wide receiver/tight end hybrid Jacob Harris this morning as part of their roster cuts for the day.

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Harris was a 2021 fourth-round pick who has flashed a lot of athletic potential, as well as a knack for making plays on special teams. Harris missed most of the 2021 season due to injuries, and was looking to carve out a spot for himself on the roster. Instead, he ended up getting the ax, meaning the Rams could potentially lose this talented young playmaker.

There’s a decent chance that Jaco Harris will go unclaimed on waivers, so the Rams could still bring him back as one of their top practice squad candidates. But another team could pick up Harris due to his athletic ability and potential and give him one of the last spots on their 53-man roster–which could being the case given how surprising of a move this is.

For now, Harris is without a team, but that shouldn’t be the case for long. Harris has a lot of potential as a solid pass catcher in the future, and has shown enough as a special teams player that he may be able to carve out a spot on another team’s roster. But if he does end up making it through waivers, he will have a spot available for him on L.A.’s practice squad, and who knows, maybe he could unexpectedly help out the team off the practice squad later on in the season.