4. Los Angeles Chargers
Could Cooper Kupp go from one side of Los Angeles to the other? The Chargers are another team that is moving on from their longtime quarterback. Philip Rivers is now with the Indianapolis Colts.
The Chargers drafted Justin Herbert with the sixth overall pick in 2020, but it is unknown if the rookie will be under center. Whether it is Herbert or Tyrod Taylor this season, there is no doubt that the former Oregon Duck is the future.
For Herbert to be successful, the Chargers need to surround him with weapons. They already feature Keenan Allen, who is one of the top all-around receivers in the game. Mike Williams is a big receiver at 6-foot-4 that can excel in the red zone. This does not even include Hunter Henry or Austin Ekeler.
Los Angeles has a dynamic duo that plays the game in very different ways. Why not add a receiver like Kupp that can do it all?
Allen and Kupp would immediately turn into one of the top receiving duos in the league. If Kupp likes the city of Los Angeles, this could be an option to stay if the Chargers are willing to pay.