The front office wasn't finished by any means with the reported agreed upon trade of veteran linebacker Alec Ogletree and a seventh-round pick to the New York Giants for 2018 fourth-round and sixth-round selections.
The trade can not be officially announced until March 14, when the league year begins.
ESPN's Adam Schefter was first to report the trade.
Ogletree has spent his entire five-year National Football League career with the Rams, who drafted him out of Georgia in the first round in 2013. This had helped him earn a lucrative four-year, $42.7 million extension in October 2017 that had $30 million guaranteed.
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He had 95 tackles and two sacks last season while moving into coordinator Wade Phillips' 3-4 defensive scheme.
Ogletree, 26, has been highly productive over the past five seasons, earning 501 tackles, six interceptions, 12 forced fumbles and two touchdowns in 67 starts. He was one of the leaders on the defense, and was voted as a captain the past two seasons.