Rams coach Sean McVay doesn’t rule out Los Angeles making another trade
Despite the fact that the Los Angeles Rams making a splash before the NFL’s trade deadline finalizes on Tuesday with the Jalen Ramsey deal, head coach Sean McVay could envision another trade happening.
“To say that we’re done, I don’t know – I think we’re always looking to do things that are in the best interest of our football team,” McVay said after Sunday’s win over the Bengals. “Those are some things that Les and I will look at and we’ll figure out if there’s a situation to be had that maybe upgrades us, that maybe fits within the framework of not only just this year, but the entirety of what we want to do the next couple years. I would never say never, but I don’t know that you’ll expect some kind of move like what the Ramsey one was.
“But we’ll see, it’ll be something we’ll evaluate. The deadline’s coming up in the next couple days so it’ll be a short window for us to do anything with that flight back.”
The Rams completed the Ramsey deal two weeks ago in exchange for two first-round picks and a fourth-round pick with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Before the trade, L.A. sent cornerback Marcus Peters to the Baltimore Ravens for linebacker Kenny Youth and a draft pick.
Reportedly, the Rams could send veteran Aqib Talib before tomorrow’s deadline in an attempt to clear salary so L.A. could pay the 25-year-old Ramsey in the offseason.