Jared Goff will have to compete to be the Los Angeles Rams starting quarterback in 2021 if he's not traded in the offseason, NFL Network reported Wednesday. Rams general manager Les Snead created a stir Tuesday when he sidestepped questions about Goff's future with the team by saying that the fifth-year player "is a Ram at this moment." If Goff is still around, he can expect an open competition with John Wolford, according to NFL Network.
Even if general manager Les Snead won't say it, the Rams have made it clear they want to make someone other than Jared Goff their starter at quarterback.
The Los Angeles Rams are openly contemplating the possibility of a near future without quarterback Jared Goff.