Head coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead are embarking on their second offseason together. During the duo's first season at the helm, they managed to gobble up extra draft picks, draft 10 players in total and turn an aging roster into the youngest in the NFL.
Being the youngest team in the league obviously had its advantages and disadvantages just like anything else. Depending on the week, the Rams would sometimes have five rookies in the starting lineup. By season's end, Janoris Jenkins, Trumaine Johnson and Michael Brockers had all made starts on the defensive side of the ball.
On the offensive side of the ball, wide receiver Chris Givens made 13 starts and guard Shelley Smith made six starts at both guard positions. Expect the youth movement to continue as the Rams have a slew of picks in this years draft as well.
However, the addition of a new rookie class ultimately spells trouble for some veteran players. Let's take a look at which players could find themselves on the chopping blocking during the offseason.