By Dan Parzych
Here are three trade targets the Los Angeles Rams should consider from the Cincinnati Bengals before training camp arrives end of July.
This offseason, the Los Angeles Rams watched former assistant Zac Taylor leave Sean McVay‘s staff to take the head coaching job with the Cincinnati Bengals after the team finally realized that Marvin Lewis was holding the team back all these years.
Even more exciting, the Rams will actually get to see Taylor during his first season as head coach with the Bengals when these two teams will face off against one another in London at the end of October.
While Los Angeles is coming off a recent Super Bowl appearance after winning the NFC West for a second year in a row, Cincinnati is in a bit of a different situation since the team will be looking to put an end to their three-year drought of the playoffs in 2019.
The Bengals are nowhere near the same level as the Rams at the moment from a competitive perspective, but also Cincinnati could very well emerge as a surprise contender next season with Taylor, similar to Los Angeles two years ago with...