The Los Angeles Rams On Saturday she reportedly agreed to pay a premium for the purchase Matthew Stafford From Detroit LionsBut at least three other teams were willing to do the same. Hours after the reports indicated that Many others sought trade For a 12-year-old warrior, Report by Ian Rapoport of NFL Network At least three clubs have already submitted to Stafford – each one included picking the first round, plus more. These teams, according to Rapoport: The Chicago BearsAnd the The Denver Broncos And the Carolina Panthers.
In total, according to Rapoport, Lions had more than six official commercials for Stafford, which was the number one pick in the 2009 NFL draft. But Chicago, Carolina and Denver were “among a handful of teams” outside of Rams’ cast who performed the most aggressive plays for the benefit Veteran QB. The Indianapolis ColtsAnd the San Francisco 49ers And the Washington Soccer Team She was also in the mix, as NBC Sports’s Peter King previously reported, but may or may not showcase first-round picks for Stafford.
While Stafford is now locked up in Los Angeles, where he’s an obvious upgrade over his former # 1 teammate – and the new Lions QB – Jared GoffThe fact that Bears, Broncos, and Panthers have legitimately attempted to get him speaks to their own desires for new signal callers.
Former Chicago Director, Mitchell Trubsky, To reach the free agency in March, and the acquisition of 2020 Nick Falls It seems destined for an expensive backup role. Broncos has publicly supported the former second player Drew Locke, Although its retreat in 2020 has reignited what appears to be the team’s search for a long-term answer. And leopards despite the signature Teddy Bridgewater To a profitable three-year deal ahead of 2020, I openly hinted at a search for a more reliable or higher alternative to the upside this off-season.