11 Los Angeles Rams Who Won't Return Next Season

The Rams' window for contending is closing as Matthew Stafford gets another year older, and the young team will look to hold onto as many key pieces as possible.

Oct 29, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA;  Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay during the second half
Oct 29, 2023; Arlington, Texas, USA; Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay during the second half / Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
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8. Jonah Williams

Also a restricted free agent, Jonah Williams didn't beat out Rozeboom by much to avoid that title of "worst PFF grade for a starting Rams defender."

And really, that's a shame, because it's cool to see an undrafted free agent thrive.

The Rams signed Williams after he went undrafted in 2020, but he mostly only stuck around as a practice squad guy before being waived. Injuries derailed things for him from there, as he was claimed by the Minnesota Vikings who immediately waived him after he failed a physical.

He's been a starter for most of the two seasons since returning after that, but at this point it's clear he shouldn't be one.

He had a season and a half to show whether he'd live up to the potential that he flashed to earn his roster spot initially, and we've seen that he's probably reached his ceiling. He's already exceeded expectations that you'd have for an undrafted free agent out of Weber State, but he's not going to suddenly develop into some sort of diamond in the rough.