Rams Rumors: 3-Time All-Pro One Pick After Suspension

Bobby Brown III


Bobby Brown III was suspended for six games by the NFL on Monday, July 18 for violating the league’s performance enhancer policy.

The Los Angeles Rams now have a list to deal with for the first six games of 2022, after substitute Bobby Brown III was suspended by the league on Monday, July 18 for violating its abuse policy. NFL’s Addictive per ESPN.

Brown, drafted in round 4 of the 2021 draft, will be suspended without pay. Rams insider Sarah Barshop of ESPN added that Brown will still be able to participate in all pre-season games and officially return to be eligible to play on October 17, when the Rams welcome Baker. Mayfield and the Carolina Panthers.

But now the new question within the “House of Rams:” Who will the Rams turn to if they want to fill this loss? And who will be a fill pick during Brown’s on the sidelines?

His name has been mentioned before as a potential late addition. But considering the impact of Monday’s ruling, the Super Bowl champions may have to make a three-time selection for the All-Pro, who is still available… and a past Ram: Ndamukong Suh .

Suh is still there

Rumors continue to swirl around where the five-time Pro Bowl champion and Super Bowl 55 with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will end up.

The most recent update regarding Suh came via USA Today’s Tyler Dragon on Wednesday, July 13 – who reported that the Cleveland Browns have emerged as a team of interest alongside the Minnesota Vikings and Las Vegas Raiders .

However, Browns insider Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reported that Cleveland denied there was any interest in Suh.

Meanwhile, the name of Raid continues to be associated with Suh. Raiders-heavy reporter Austin Boyd covered the Raiders cutting Stanford defender Samuels on July 13, which made a spot on the Raiders’ roster to potentially attract Suh.

However, Suh still did not sign. And, given his age and worth at this point in his career, he is seen as a “rental” for a defense that needs some depth along the trenches.

And in the case of the team he played for in 2018 and attended his first Super Bowl, the Rams looked more attractive than ever with Brown suspended.

Why Rams Need Depth

The Rams will need nose depth by the time the 6-foot-4, 325-pound Brown is gone. It’s one thing to not have Brown in the early stages of the season. But keep in mind that the Rams lost veteran starter Sebastian Joseph-Day to the Chargers during his time as a free agent.

The Rams started the season facing the Buffalo Bills, who were sixth in pitches last season. But also during Brown’s disappearance, the Rams had to plan to play the Arizona Cardinals’ Pro Bowler James Conner, the San Francisco 49ers and their strong ground game and then the Dallas Cowboys’ three-time Pro Bowler Ezekiel Elliot before that Carolina game.

Suh is familiar with the Rams defense and has worked well with Aaron Donald before. The other towering and huge pick inside the Rams is 6-foot-4, 330-pound veteran A’Shawn Robinson, who is on a one-year contract. Greg Gaines could also be a spearhead pick, but he’s proven to be better suited as a fast runner and the Rams can become hesitant to plug him in most shots. his hit. There was also Michael Hoecht, who had seven tackles last season. As far as Gaines and Hoecht are concerned, however, both are no more than 315 pounds tall and can be considered too small to play in the clubhead position.

Other IDL options in Brown’s absence

Suh doesn’t have to start. He can go in as a potential spinning piece until Brown is freed to go.

But if it’s not Suh, Rams can look to the following two other options still available:

The Star Lotulelei: The former first round player is younger than Suh at 32. He has insider and release experience for Pro Bowl quarterbacks Luke Kuechly in Carolina and Tremaine Edmunds in Buffalo. He could be an interior choice to increase space for Donald and newcomer Bobby Wagner.

Linval Joseph: Two-time Pro Bowler player who recently played for Brandon Staley – who brought the Rams defense to the Chargers. The 33-year-old made 57 tackles, 30 solo stops and 3 stops behind the line in 12 starts last season for the ‘Bolts.

Again, this only happens if the Rams choose to fill the position Brown vacated in six games. But given the depth and options inside, the champions may need to bring a familiar face to the “Rams”.

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