Now for the unusual suspects.
Set aside the hotshot offensive gurus and vibrant young defensive minds. The Rams will talk to them, and so will every other NFL team looking for a head coach.
But Los Angeles is a different job — the spotlight, the Inglewood stadium, the expectations for No. 1 pick Jared Goff, the wealth of owner Stan Kroenke — and the Rams might need to take a more creative approach to fill their vacancy.
Don’t rule out the possibility of the Rams trading for a current NFL coach, maybe someone who’s the face of another franchise. It’s worth noting that Los Angeles doesn’t have a lot of players or draft picks to trade, and not every owner would be swayed...