SUSPENSION:Tyron Smith Have Been Suspended And  Re-Signed Because Of… 

This summer, the Los Angeles Rams are aiming to revamp their offensive line since it has a lot of moving components and needs some changes.

And as of this Saturday, it appears like one of the greatest offensive lineman in the NFL’s modern era may become available, with reports indicating that the Dallas Cowboys are unlikely to re-sign Tyron Smith, a potential Hall of Fame left tackle.

Could the Rams then become involved? It would definitely fit on paper, however there would be a few restrictions.

Over the course of the last three seasons, Smith shielded Dak Prescott’s blindside with All-Pro authority. However, considering Tyron’s age and history of injuries, perhaps expecting him to play a full season and make the playoffs seems like asking too much.

This season, “Tyron Wednesdays” became a recurring motif for Dallas as the veteran would frequently take a break in the middle of the week due to persistent ailments.

Nevertheless, everything appeared to go well for him when he was on the field, as seen by the 847 offensive plays he played, only one sack, and an overall PFF grade of 83.8. That will function.

With center Brian Allen previously released, starting left tackle Alaric Jackson becoming a restricted free agent, and guard Kevin Dotson becoming an unrestricted free agent, the Rams are now working to rebuild their offensive line.

Stated differently, Smith could start right away and take up the position that Jackson could have left.

According to Spotrac, Tyron’s market value is now $7.4 million for a one-year contract.

And the Rams can do it with ease since they have over $40 million in cap space.

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