Rob Gronkowski vs. Odell Beckham Jr; who is better for the LA Rams?

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - FEBRUARY 04: Rob Gronkowski (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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The LA Rams have again found themselves in more headlines as the team has been tied to both Rob Gronkowski and Odell Beckham Jr.

You would think that the moves the LA Rams have made this offseason would be enough. It isn’t.

The LA Rams have been very busy this offseason. First, the team adding Pro Bowl corner Marcus Peters in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs. Then, they struck lightning in a bottle twice as they acquired Pro Bowl corner Aqib Talib from the Denver Broncos.

Other smaller moves were made as well. The LA Rams added the once-solid corner Sam Shields to provide secondary depth. Shields did not play in 2017 due to concussion worries but was a Pro Bowl corner as recently as 2014.

Los Angeles then re-signed center, John Sullivan. Sullivan brought a veteran presence alongside Andrew Whitworth on the offensive line. Instead of using a first-round pick on a center, the Rams committed to Sullivan for two more seasons.

That wasn’t it, though. The Rams were at it again with the biggest move of the offseason thus far; agreeing to a one-year deal with Pro Bowl defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Suh took a pay cut in favor of the idea of playing alongside Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers. Although Donald is yet to re-sign, signing Suh essentially cemented that move. Hopefully.

You think that would be enough. Although the team did lose Sammy Watkins, they are coming off of an MVP caliber year from Todd Gurley. The offense was already one of the best in football, and now, the Rams created one of the best defenses as well. They could have used the draft to replace Watkins.

Of course, they are not done.

The LA Rams are again tied to two superstars; this time receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and tight end Rob Gronkowski. At their best, both Beckham and Gronkowski are the best at their respective positions.

Obviously, the LA Rams are not going to be able to afford both. However, there is a legitimate chance that the team gets either Beckham or Gronkowski. But the question remains: which is a better fit for LA?