BREAKING NEWS: Rams Are Projected To Add Another QB After Ruling Out Picking QB in NFL Draft

Matthew Stafford, a future Hall of Famer, has been named the Los Angeles Rams’ starting quarterback for the 2024 season. However, at 36 years old, Stafford has not only experienced his fair share of injuries over his career, but he is also not getting any younger. In other words, the Rams will eventually have to find an heir. They sought to accomplish so last spring by selecting Georiga’s Stetson Bennett on Day 3 of the 2023 NFL Draft. However, that hasn’t worked out yet.


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However, at Rams Revealed Live, team COO Kevin Demoff made it apparent that, despite the missed opportunity with Bennett, Los Angeles will not be scared to go quarterback again in this year’s selection. As long as it is the correct one, of course.

“I don’t think that would discourage us from taking another swing at a quarterback prospect, but it has to be the right one,” Demoff told Rams season ticket holders. “When you walk in thinking you need it is when you make mistakes.” Fortunately for the Rams, they will have plenty of opportunities to select a quarterback in the 2019 draft. In fact, some have predicted that the Rams will select Stafford’s heir apparent as early as Round 1.

While there has been no indication that the Rams will contemplate that option, , Les Snead, Demoff, Sean McVay, and crew may do so if the perfect player falls to them at No. 19.

“I think that’s the great thing if you sit at 19, conceptually, is you’re going to have a bunch of players probably fall to you who you had as top-15 picks,” Demoff said in an interview. “You may have the opportunity if someone you have as a top-eight pick slips to 14-15; will you go up and acquire them? Or you may have 4-5 players fall to you unexpectedly, and you feel comfortable dealing back.” The Rams will get a good look at the 2017 quarterback crop, and possibly their future, this week at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis.

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