The Los Angeles Rams do not have a first-round pick in the NFL Draft for the fourth year in a row and could look to make a trade to add draft capital.
The Los Angeles Rams have not had a first-round pick in the NFL Draft since the team traded up to the first overall pick in order to select quarterback Jared Goff. With the team trading both the 2020 and 2021 first-round picks for Jalen Ramsey, the team will be without first-round picks for five years.
That is, of course, unless the team somehow manages to swing a deal for a first-round pick, but that is highly unlikely. The team does not have a single player outside of Aaron Donald that would yield a first-round pick in return, whether it be because of talent or because of the contract the player is signed to.
However, the Rams could get creative and look to add more draft capital throughout the draft. The team currently has a second, two thirds, a fourth, a sixth and seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The team’s fifth-round pick is also going to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
There are multiple ways in which the team can add more draft capital in the 2020 NFL Draft, which is much-needed as the team has several holes on the roster with no cap space to fill those holes.
Here are three potential trades that the Los Angeles Rams could make to gain more draft capital in the 2020 NFL Draft.