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Which offensive tackles are hitting the market in 2022?

As the Los Angeles Rams await Andrew Whitworth’s retirement decision, they have plenty of work left to do along the offensive line no matter what happens with the 40-year-old Super Bowl champion. Backup left tackle Joseph Noteboom is an unrestricted free agent, as is guard Austin Corbett and center Brian Allen.

Next year, right tackle Rob Havenstein and his backup Bobby Evans will both have expiring contracts, as will left guard David Edwards. Les Snead and Sean McVay have an entire offensive line to either overhaul or re-up in the next 13 months.

This probably points the Rams back in the direction of the draft. Though Tremayne Anchrum is the only offensive lineman drafted by Snead since 2020, undrafted free agent A.J. Jackson filled in admirably at points in 2021, and International Pathway Program player Max Pircher is a hopeful developmental project for the long-term future. Los Angeles most likely must add at least one or two names in the draft to compete for starting positions in 2024 at the latest, but could their be any second or third wave offensive line free agents for Snead to consider later this month?

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