It’s not often that a free agent class gets off to a good start, but this one did.
The Rams have the cap space to spend, so they’ve been able to keep three players for the future, but it’s hard to ignore the fact that some of their moves have been controversial.
The team has not been shy about its stance on offensive line, which is understandable considering that the team has struggled with it this season.
The Rams were able to sign one of the top guards in the league in Justin Pugh, but they also lost the franchise left tackle for the year.
The team’s other two tackles have yet to earn a long-term deal, as they are entering their age-26 seasons.
There are two reasons for the struggles on the offensive line this season: the Rams need to get a better tackle on their line and tackle is an issue on the team.
There’s also the fact they have only been able, as a team, to keep five starters from their starting lineup for the entire season.
That’s not to say that the Rams are without their problems on the defensive side of the ball.
The defensive line is one of those positions that is really dependent on who plays it.
If the Rams can’t improve their pass rush and they don’t have a guy who can play the run, it will be hard for them to compete.
That is why the team signed Jared Allen to a four-year, $41 million contract in 2017.
The signing of Allen, along with the other players that the Jaguars have signed to deals, will allow the Rams to add depth at that position.
It’s a sign that the franchise is trying to move toward an identity that more closely matches what the Jaguars were trying to do in free agency.
The Jaguars are in desperate need of a pass rush this season, and Allen could help fill that need, as he has shown himself to be a top-notch pass rusher.
Allen is coming off a year where he had nine sacks and 16.5 quarterback hits, but he had a drop in pass rush value that was more in line with the average player.
Allen is coming in on the heels of two other players who have had to step up in that department, the Jaguars’ Calais Campbell and the Bills’ Mario Williams.
It’s not uncommon for players to drop in their sack totals because of injury, but that doesn’t happen with Allen.
He has shown that he can be a disruptive player on the field and that his size allows him to be effective in pass rushing situations.
The Bills have been able have success in this area in recent years with their pass rushers, and they have signed some quality defensive tackles in the process.
It will be interesting to see if they keep that trend going in 2018 with Allen, who could be a bargain for Buffalo.
Allen, who will be 32 in September, will be entering the final year of his contract after having an outstanding year with the Rams.
He is coming into the final season of his deal after a career-high 10 sacks last season.
The one thing that the Bills do have is a pair of pass rushing tackles.
They have a pair who will become free agents next season.
Both of those players, Jason Spriggs and Justin Ellis, have played in every game for the team this season and they both made their teams’ Pro Bowls.
Spriggs has been able play in all three phases of the defense.
Ellis has played well in pass coverage and the run defense and is also a solid pass rusher who can help in pass-rush situations.
It is likely that the Patriots will go with Ellis, but the Jaguars could be able to find a trade partner to add another quality pass rusher on the roster in 2018.
The two other pass racking guys the Jaguars are bringing in to the team in 2018 are tackle Taylor Decker and safety Johnthan Banks.
Decker has shown to be an upgrade over Jarius Wynn, who has not played well at all.
Decker, who is entering the age-27 season, is coming from the Broncos and is a quality starter.
The Jets and Bills also could look to add a quality pass rush player.
It is important to note that both Decker and Banks are coming off injury.
Decker had knee surgery in early December, and Banks had his foot surgery in March.
If they can’t play, they would have to go to the draft to find another pass rusher to add to their roster in the next year.
The three players who the Jaguars will have in 2018: tackle Taylor DeMarco, safety Johnathan Hankins, and tackle Johnathan Smith.
Decker will be 28 in September and Hankins is entering his age-30 season.
Smith, who also entered the draft, has played in three games for the Jaguars this season as a backup safety.
Smith is coming out of a career year in 2018 for the Patriots, who finished first in the AFC East.
He had four interceptions, including a