2. Cameron Erving, Guard
Out of the realistic options that could actually be in a trade scenario this offseason, Cameron Erving would be the best Chief that the Rams could add. Even this needs certain things to go the Rams’ way, however, as the Chiefs are not going to simply be shopping Erving.
The Chiefs acquired the former first-round pick from the Cleveland Browns for a fifth-round pick and converted from tackle to guard for the Chiefs and has started 21 games the last two seasons for the Super Bowl Champs.
Erving has a club option for the 2020 season and with the rest of the offensive line locked down for multiple years, the Chiefs would be best pressed to save some salary cap space and draft a lineman early in the draft that can be the starting guard for years to come.
That may lead to the Chiefs simply denying their club option on Erving but if they can get an asset in return for the guard for a little bit less cap relief for one year then that might be the better move.
The Chiefs can get that same fifth-round pick that they traded to the Browns for one year of Erving, which would be a huge win for the front office. That might seem like a lot for one year of a guard for the Rams, but as we have seen, they have no problem being aggressive and need offensive line help.