Check out a position-by-position look at the top players available when free agency begins next week.
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This offseason, theRams.com will be taking a look around the internet for the top Rams headlines of the day. Here's a look at what's out there for Tuesday, March 13th about your Los Angeles Rams:
NFL Free Agency 2018: Under the Radar Talent:
This week ushers in the official start of the new league year. On Wednesday at 4pm ET, all 2017 player contracts will expire as the 2018 season and free agency period begins.
And as the league gets ready for free agency, CBS' Pete Prisco is detailing five players under 30-years old — who might not be top-dollar free agents — but who should be major targets for all 32 clubs.
1) WR Paul Richardson
2) DT Beau Allen
3) WR John Brown
4) CB T.J. Carrie
5) C Ryan Jensen
For more on Prisco's five under-the-radar agents, check out his full article by clicking here.
Best-case/Worst-case Free-Agency Scenarios for Every NFL Team:**
The best-case scenario for every NFL organization in free agency is to acquire the top players available who can help improve their teams. The worst-case scenarios, on the other hand, are those times when clubs cannot sign any game-changing or difference making players.
ESPN.com's NFL Nation is taking a look at both situations for every team in the league as free agency gets set to kickoff on Wednesday.
Read: [Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios in the NFC West.](http://www.espn.com/blog/nflnation/post/_/id/270503/best-caseworst-case-free-agency-scenarios-for-every-nfl-team#NFC W)
Biggest Holes for All 32 NFL Teams:
And with free agency on the horizon, you may find yourself asking, 'What is the biggest need for each of the 32 NFL franchises?' If that's the case, the staff as Football Outsiders is here to help.
This week, they talked about the biggest hole on each team's roster as of the beginning of March.
[Click here](http://www.espn.com/nfl/insider/story/_/id/22680437/nfl-biggest-holes-all-32-teams-2018-offseason#NFC W), for the Rams and the rest of the NFC West.
Note, that pieces might refer to Football Outsiders' DVOA (defense-adjusted value over average) metric, which takes every play during the season and compares it to a baseline adjusted for situation and opponent.