It's likely the Rams will be scrambling to add a replacement and several free agent names factor prominently. Le'Veon Bell, Todd Gurley and Adrian Peterson could all get a look though a reunion in Los Angeles for Gurley would seem unlikely. Broncos' Melvin Gordon is in the last year of his contract and with Javonte Williams a popular selection to assume the RB1 role, a deal makes some sense here. For Henderson, entering his third season, he immediately projects as the team's new starter and should see a significant workload in 2021 following a 2020 campaign which saw him produce 624 yards and five touchdowns on 138 attempts. He also chipped in 16 receptions. As a potential carry-the-load option, Henderson's DLF ranking of RB30 is already on the rise and will continue to climb in the coming weeks.