These 5 teams should trade for Brandin Cooks before NFL Draft

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DENVER, CO – DECEMBER 22: Quarterback Drew Lock #3 of the Denver Broncos calls an audible to change the play against the Detroit Lions during the third quarter at Empower Field at Mile High on December 22, 2019 in Denver, Colorado. The Broncos defeated the Lions 27-17. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Los Angeles Rams star wide receiver Brandin Cooks wants a trade, and these five teams need to call up Les Snead.

Last season, the Los Angeles Rams finished 9-7 one year after making it to the Super Bowl, because starting quarterback Jared Goff imploded in his first season under a record-breaking amount of guaranteed money.

As such, the Rams have started the offseason in bizarre fashion, and it appears they may be headed for something of a rebuild after an inactive first wave of free agency.

Furthering this fear, star wide receiver Brandin Cooks has publicly requested a trade on Twitter.

If the Rams oblige, here are five teams who should pick up the phone immediately and try to get Cooks out of Los Angeles.

Denver Broncos

The Broncos are prepared to go all-in with second-year-pro Drew Lock as their hopeful franchise quarterback, but he will need some help.

Courtland Sutton has the tools to be a star wide receiver in this league, but the Broncos lack another impact player at the position. Noah Fant profiles as a future star tight end, but the likes of Tim Patrick and DaeSean Hamilton simply aren’t good enough to support the offense.

Cooks would be a dream complement to Sutton as a smaller receiver with even more playmaking ability and the type of quickness quarterbacks dream of. In Sutton, Cooks, and Fant, Lock could have a terrifying trio of weapons on his side, in addition to a loaded backfield.

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