The Los Angeles Rams are coming off a 2-14 season and with a lot of questions on the offensive line, it would make sense to add some veteran depth in free agency to get some stability.
The Rams are not alone in this effort.
Teams like the Tennessee Titans and Miami Dolphins are also trying to upgrade their line and they are looking for help.
The Raiders were one of the teams who reached out to the Rams for help, according to a league source.
The team wanted to acquire veteran linemen and free agents to add to a group of young offensive linemen that include Khalil Mack, Khalil Donald, Derek Carr, Mike Brisiel and Joe Barksdale.
The Rams, however, would have to pay a hefty price to acquire those players.
Rams general manager Les Snead said the team will have a decision on whether to bring back former Raiders offensive tackle Matt Slauson and free agent guard Gabe Jackson.
The two former Raiders are not eligible for free agency until 2021.
Rays GM Billy Donovan has had success bringing in free agents through the draft.
He did so with three offensive linemen and two offensive tackles.
The New York Jets and Buffalo Bills also have expressed interest in adding veteran linemen to their rosters, according a league official.
The Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and Miami Chargers have also expressed interest.
The Jets, however have not done so as they are currently the fourth-ranked team in the NFL in yards per play and the top defense in yards allowed.