The St. Louis Rams will analyze every option in free agency—whether it's an in-house free agent or one from another team—and decide where the money is best spent this offseason.
There's certainly not a surplus of money for a spending spree, which will limit their efforts. My latest estimate predicts that less than $5 million in spending money will be available if tackle Rodger Saffold is re-signed. If he isn't, the Rams will have over $10 million to work with.
Those numbers will prevent St. Louis from making a major splash this offseason, but it's possible that the Rams will be able to make a modest addition or two.
This article will list all the high-end free agents I consider to be realistic options for the Rams, as well as an assessment of the likelihood that each player is signed.
The list and odds are based on whether the free agent plays a position of need, what kind of connections the player has with the team and their anticipated price tag.
All contract information is courtesy of Spotrac.com.