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The NFL offseason is always one of the most exciting times of the year.
Not only is the NFL draft process in full swing, but there are plenty of trade rumors going around as well.
One position that most fans are keeping an eye on is quarterback.
We all want to know which quarterbacks will be playing where next season.
One player whose name was just recently brought up in possible trade talks is Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford.
Former NFL GM Michael Lombardi believes the Rams would “love” to trade their quarterback and stated he is fully available.
“Matthew Stafford is fully available.” pic.twitter.com/7woH61xlx9
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) March 9, 2023
Stafford was not a name that fans expected to see available for trade, but here we are.
The Rams will have a very difficult time moving Stafford because he is owed $57 million in guaranteed money.
If LA does go through with trading Stafford, that means they are ready to rebuild.
— Josh Kezer (@joshkezer) March 9, 2023
They already moved on from Bobby Wagner, and are shopping both Jalen Ramsey and Allen Robinson.
Some Rams fans feel as if it is time to move on from Stafford.
Even though he only spent the last two seasons in LA, his recent neck injury is a major cause for concern.
as a Rams fan, i don’t hate this. they did all this to themselves, but a super bowl was worth it. rebuild, or go get Lamar somehow.
— Jordy Harris (@jordo_okc) March 9, 2023
LA needs to find a way to recoup some of the draft picks they have lost.
Trading away their best players might be the only way to do so.
One team that could be interested in the Super Bowl-winning QB is the Carolina Panthers.
yessss. @Panthers go get my man now
— jkincaid2 (@jkincaid21) March 9, 2023
He would be a massive upgrade over what the Panthers have had the past few seasons.
Also, Stafford could make the Panthers the top team in the NFC South.
Keep an eye on how many teams pursue Stafford over the next few weeks.
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