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ramsey has already said he will hold out if they tag him. they need to sign himRaminec wrote: ↑Fri May 15, 2020 11:55 amThere is no doubt that the Rams can afford him. They could actually save money on this year’s cap if they were to extend him now and adjust his 2020 cap hit by pushing money forward. Maybe the Rams are holding waiting till his contract expires before they extend him after being burned by the early Gurley extension. Both Ramsey and the Rams are assuming a risk by not extending him now. Ramsey is risking possibly getting injured and the Rams are risking loosing him to free agency in 2021. Rams do have the option of using the Franchise Tag to hold on to him.harkin wrote: ↑Fri May 15, 2020 4:58 amDraft decisions do matterRaminec wrote: ↑Thu May 14, 2020 3:22 pmReally has nothing to do with Rams draft decisions but rather the value they place on Ramsey’s ability and the fact that you have a proven commodity vs two first round picks that may or may not help the team improve as much as the addition of Ramsey. The bust rate of most NFL first round picks especially once you’re into the 20’s and above is pretty high.
2016 20th pick Jets- Darron Lee LB
2017 20th pick Denver- Garrett Bolles OT
2018 20th pick Detroit- Frank Ragnow C
2019 20th pick Denver- Noah Fant TE
I wouldn’t trade Ramsey for all 4 of those guys combined. Yes he’s going to get paid but he’s already proven himself worthy of a top tier contract.
Pick 45 - Derrick Henry
Pick 47 - Michael Thomas
Pick 30 - TJ Watt
Pick 36 - Darius Leonard
I like Ramsey but he was mainly brought in to make a playoff run last year and this year. The jury is still out and he may even be gone after 2020 if the Rams can’t afford him.