1. Erik Harris
The Los Angeles Rams do have a minor hole to fill on the defensive side of the ball at safety with Eric Weddle announcing his retirement after one season with the Rams. The Rams have the assets to replace Weddle in the starting lineup but need more depth at the position as a result.
Taylor Rapp was selected in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft and should be able to pick up where Weddle left off after showing some positive things in his rookie season, but the Rams should not fully buy into Rapp and John Johnson as the best options at safety.
Enter Erik Harris, who would probably win the starting job in Los Angeles and at the very least would be an excellent third option, especially when the defense is playing in nickel and dime packages.
Harris played most of the defensive snaps for the Raiders last season while other safeties battled injury and it would not be surprising to see the Raiders hold him close to their chest. Vegas has two free-agent safeties this offseason, which seemingly makes it even more unlikely.
However, the Raiders could sign those free agents to multi-year deals or it would not even be surprising to see them take a safety with one of their two first-round picks in the draft. With only one more season left under contract, Harris absolutely could become collateral damage if a big trade for Cooks were to happen.