In today’s NFL, there’s no denying that quarterback is the most important position to solidify if you want a legitimate chance at contending for a Super Bowl.
Based on a recent report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, it appears as though the Rams are doing their part to secure their man under center for the foreseeable future, as the team is expected to put up Matthew Stafford’s option bonus for 2023, along with his 2024 salary.
Stafford helped lead the team to a Super Bowl two years ago, but this past season he’s endured several injuries which caused him to struggle before eventually being shut down for the season.
With the former first-overall pick set to turn 35-years-old in less than a month, many wondered whether he would continue to play despite his recent battles with concussions and back injuries. There was also speculation regarding whether the team would continue to try to contend with their big-name veterans, or tear it down and begin a rebuild.
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But with Sean McVay said to be returning for another year, and Stafford following suit, it looks like the Rams are going to give it another go and see if they can reclaim that Super Bowl magic in 2023.