Tyrod Taylor comes into the season as the number one quarterback on the depth chart, but they did draft Justin Herbert who will compete for starts in year one. With Melvin Gordon gone, you are looking at Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson splitting time. Joshua Kelley might also get some work if they decide to go with three backs. Los Angeles doesn't quite have the same depth at wide receiver anymore, but they still have Keenan Allen and Mike Williams as their WR1 and WR2. Hunter Henry will be on the roster for at least another year as the starting tight end, but that might not be the case if they don't pay him soon.