Bring in Gurley in Exchange for Draft Capital?

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ESPN Rams reporter Lindsey Thiry believes the team could attempt to trade Todd Gurley this offseason.

Edit: this post was created with the intention of us taking on Gurley’s contract as well as a high draft pick in exchange for the Rams receiving cap relief ala Osweiler to the Browns years prior.
 
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Contract is one of the more atrocious ones in the game, I'm a UGA guy but his knees are already starting to trail off his effectiveness. Of course the Rams want to off load his **** contract and bad health, they are in a bad cap spot but doubt anyone wants to take it all on.
 

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Given his contract has 3 more years at ~$14.4M annually I don’t see the Rams being able to trade him. There isn’t a large market for injury prone backs nearing the end of their prime (widely considered ~30 for RB) on albatross contracts. Given the cap issues the Rams are going to have with their irresponsible spending the past few years I think they might be forced to give up picks just to get him off their books.
 

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Feel very confident in our ability to find RB's late in the draft. While some mocks have us taking one early, I dont believe we will in the first. I'd jump all over Dobbins in the second if available though. Love that kid!
 

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if we want a broken down, injury prone running back who is not going to get 4 yards a carry i would prefer to save the cash and get Jay Ajayi.
 

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Love the player but he was hurt often in college and now in the pros. He misses too much time.
 
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