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Why not use the #2 to get an established player?





Most of what I've read on the forum only talks about using the #2 pick to trade down for more picks. Strange things happen in drafts and this could be one of those years. If the Rams were really intent on getting a quality WR and could not do it through free agency, would they trade the pick for one? Only two teams had 2 WRs with more than 1000 yds this year (and maybe use one to improve other areas). No, not Green Bay or even New Orleans, but the NY Giants and Pittsburgh. Would Pittsburgh trade Mike Wallace or Antonio Brown to the Rams for the pick so they can keep their arch-nemisis Browns from getting RG3 by trading the pick to someone else for a slew of picks or even keeping RG3 to groom to succeed Big Ben? Would the Giants trade Victor Cruz or Nakeem Hicks for the pick to trade it down for picks? Would the Rams even consider something like that? Could the same be done to get an established O-lineman? Just a thought.

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