Many teams have dived into the undrafted free agent market, but one member that is unsigned should be viewed by multiple teams.
Shrine Bowl star and Alabama offensive lineman Matt Womack lost draft value after sustaining an injury last year. He was regulated to backup duty and never regained his role after the emergence of Jedrick Wills Jr.
Womack, a guard/tackle combo, started every game for Alabama in 2017-2018. When healthy, he can be viable in helping a team compete. These three teams should consider giving him a chance.
The Bengals drafted the best quarterback in the draft, but didn’t give him too much help in protection. Womack’s versatility could help the team as a rotational player. The Bengals have already brought in one lineman from Alabama in Jonah Williams. Why not another?
Los Angeles Rams
The interior of the offensive line is a bit of a mess. Austin Corbett and Brian Allen are both replaceable. Womack can give another option, if anything at backup. At this point, it couldn’t get that much worse for the Rams at guard.
After letting DJ Fluker leave for the Baltimore Ravens, the franchise is relying heavily on seasoned veterans on short-term deals. With Fluker and Justin Britt both gone, the team is going to also rely heavily on third-round pick Damien Lewis. If the Seahawks are going to rely on a rookie, they might as well give Womack a chance.