28 best available free agents the Rams could realistically target

The Los Angeles Rams unsurprisingly sat out the first wave of free agency, not signing any players during the first two days of the negotiation period. They did tender Michael Hoecht, but outside of that, they’ve made no additions to the roster.

That doesn’t mean they’ll sit on their hands the entire time throughout free agency. There are still viable targets available for the Rams to consider signing, particularly at positions of need.

Here are the 28 best available free agents who they could realistically sign in order of position, excluding their own players who have hit the market.

QB Gardner Minshew

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QB Marcus Mariota

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RB Jerick McKinnon

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WR Marvin Jones Jr.

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WR Odell Beckham Jr.

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WR Mecole Hardman

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C Connor McGovern

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G Isaac Seumalo

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G Dalton Risner

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TE Irv Smith Jr.

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TE Mike Gesicki

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TE Austin Hooper

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TE Foster Moreau

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OLB Jadeveon Clowney

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OLB Yannick Ngakoue

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OLB Melvin Ingram

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OLB Justin Houston

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OLB Bud Dupree

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OLB Shaq Lawson

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OLB Robert Quinn

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OLB Kyle Van Noy

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CB Rock Ya-Sin

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CB Shaquill Griffin

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CB Sean Murphy-Bunting

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CB Mike Hughes

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S John Johnson III

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S Nasir Adderley

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S Juan Thornhill

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Story originally appeared on Rams Wire