Trumaine Johnson received the franchise tag in each of the last two years, making it unlikely the Rams would be able to hammer out a deal in the 2018 offseason. That was bad news with Kayvon Webster going down with an Achilles injury late in 2017, leaving the Rams with little cornerback depth.
They solved the problem by brokering trades with the Chiefs and Broncos to land Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib two of the NFL’s best cornerbacks.
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There are a lot of reasons to lock in George tonight. First, he comes at a mid-tier salary at a position that’s one of the more difficult to fill tonight. He’s also been as consistently good as almost anyone, filling the stat sheet in multiple categories on a regular basis.
I felt it midway through the season last year, Judge said Wednesday, via ESPN.com. But it came down to,’Can you play?’ And I could play…. If I was able to play, I was going to go out there and be ready for my team.
Cleveland has committed about $20 million or so to cornerbacks today, but it’s unclear whether the Browns have found an upgrade on Taylor.
QB AJ McCarron, Bills Grade: C+ After the much expected dalliance between McCarron and Hue Jackson never came to fruition in Cleveland, the former Alabama star was left frantically searching for a seat in the NFL’s version of musical chairs.
The last spot left standing with a viable path toward a starting job was in Buffalo, where the only guy left on the depth chart was Nathan Peterman.
McCarron is overrated by virtue of having not played much over the past two seasons, but he is certainly an upgrade on Peterman.
For a team that spent months privately pining about how badly it wanted a traditional quarterback in lieu of the talented passer it had in Tyrod Taylor, the 6-foot-4 McCarron is about as tall as viable passers come.