92. Germain Ifedi, OL: Chicago Bears ➡️ Carolina Panthers
Did I mention how desperate the Carolina Panthers are to upgrade the offensive line?
Germain Ifedi has been a penalty machine for the Chicago Bears, and while that’s not the best sales pitch for a new team, he’s also been an average player the last couple of seasons.
Bears fans might be eager to get rid of him, but a team like Carolina — did I mention they are desperate for help on the offensive line? — could use a player like Ifedi at tackle or guard, or even just as a swing option with a lot of starting experience.
91. Riley Reiff, OT: Cincinnati Bengals ➡️ Los Angeles Rams
The Los Angeles Rams are operating on a budget, but has that ever stopped them from making high-profile additions?
There are a few on this list, to be certain.
Riley Reiff just lost to the Rams in the Super Bowl, and I think we could see Los Angeles peg him as a replacement for Andrew Norwell, even if just for a couple of seasons.
Reiff has starting experience at both tackle positions and it just so happens there’s a vacancy for the honor of blocking Matthew Stafford’s blind side.