With the NFL trade deadline just a day away on Tuesday at 4 PM New York Time, the questions surrounding the Seattle Seahawks have been whether they should be buyers or sellers during a season in which they find themselves two games under .500 at the moment.
However, for the Los Angeles Rams and head coach Sean McVay, who apparently are very optimistic given that they have a starting quarterback not named Jared Goff, there was no question that they would be looking to improve. According to reports early Monday afternoon, it appears as though they have certainly made a move that is likely to improve their roster.
Blockbuster: Broncos are finalizing a trade to send eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for two second-day 2022 draft picks, league sources tell ESPN.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 1, 2021
Miller is now saying his goodbyes to his friends in the Broncos’ training facility. pic.twitter.com/wJjlDOQkPU
According to early reports, the Rams are sending a second and third round pick in the draft this year to the Denver Broncos to add Von Miller to the roster. Miller, of course, is a Denver great whose best known for getting injured and smartly being unavailable to play against the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII.
This move will leave the Rams holding just three picks in the 2022 draft for the time being, but once comp picks are awarded in the spring Los Angeles is likely to hold seven selections, all on Day 3.