4. Cordy Glenn, cut by the Cincinnati Bengals
On paper, offensive line is the biggest emphasis of need for the Los Angeles Rams. It is still unclear whether or not Andrew Whitworth is going to return and the inexperienced offensive line really struggled last season.
The Rams have to improve the offensive line this offseason. If not, Jared Goff is going to continue to struggle as he is not a quarterback, like most, that is going to strive behind a bad offensive line. With all of this in mind, it might seem strange to see an offensive tackle in Cordy Glenn so low on the list.
After all, Glenn was released by the Cincinnati Bengals and definitely is not going to get a high salary, so it will not be something that restricts the team’s salary cap. He is only 30 years old, so he has at least five more years in the league if he stays healthy and he is a former second-round pick.
The thing with Glenn has been his inconsistencies. Glenn has only played half a season in two of the last three seasons and for a tackle that is just slightly above average at best, it is not worth taking that risk as the only offensive line addition.
Now, if he is part of a bigger plan that is one thing. The only plan? Not enough.