Wide receiver: Can Josh Reynolds crack the rotation?
There’s no debate on who will be the starting receivers in Los Angeles next season. If Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods, and Cooper Kupp are all healthy, they’ll start all 16 games. But what, if anything, will the team do with Reynolds? The big-bodied wideout stepped in for an injured Cooper Kupp last season and played fairly well, proving to be a viable threat on the outside and in the red zone. It will be interesting to see if McVay plans on using him at all while the rest of the offense is healthy.