1. Daniel Sorensen, Safety
The Los Angeles Rams are going to need to add at least one safety for depth purposes this offseason to replace Eric Weddle, who retired after one year in Los Angeles. The team has two starting-caliber safeties in John Johnson and Taylor Rapp but certainly could use a third, solid safety.
With more pressing needs in the draft, the Rams likely will not use a second or third-round pick on safety and the value of a late-round pick is shaky.
Thus, the team could use that late-round pick to trade for an established safety and someone such as Daniel Sorenson would be a good choice.
Sorenson is the third-best safety on the Kansas City Chiefs and is a free agent after the 2020 season. With Tyrann Mathieu and Juan Thornhill starting, the team could afford to trade one year of Sorenson if it means netting a fifth or sixth-round pick in return.
It might not seem like a lot for the Chiefs, but it frees up $3.75 million in cap space for a one-year player while also getting an asset in return.