WR Demarcus Robinson
After not figuring it out at all at the beginning of the season, Demarcus Robinson flourished as the season progressed and had a four-game stretch with a touchdown in each game. He established a nice connection with Stafford and gained his trust by making contested catches.
But Robinson is also going to turn 30 this year. There is a decent chance that the 2023 season was a high watermark for him. A player who has never topped 500 yards or four touchdowns in a season, even while catching passes from Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson his entire career, Robinson is who he is at this point.
Both Cooper Kupp and Puka Nacua are coming back to form a formidable duo. Tutu Atwell has shown plenty of dynamism and upside when he is available. With depth pieces like Ben Skowronek also available, wide receiver isn't a position of need for the Rams.
If Robinson is willing to stick around for another one-year veteran-minimum contract, great. Having his trusted hand around would be very useful. However, if his late-season surge pushed him out of the Rams' price range, it wouldn't be the end of the world to say goodbye to the veteran receiver.