The St. Louis Rams have the No. 2 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft. There’s a lot of speculation as to what they’ll do with it…and it appears that everyone knows.
Who Do Rams’ Fans Want With the No. 2 Pick? SURVEY SAYS
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It's no secret that some positions simply don't have the same appeal as others in this era of fantasy football. So it shouldn't be a surprise that when I asked you, the reader, to make a choice for the Rams should they have to stay at the No. 2 overall pick, you chose…2014 NFL Mock Draft…Shaking Things Up With Clowney at No. 2
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Let's shake up the second mock draft. With so many more to come, and so much time before the draft, Pete Prisco had some fun with this one and included a blockbuster trade, which he thinks is possible.Former Rams’ Cheerleader to Compete on Survivor
: St. Louis Rams’ Official Site
While tuning in to the season premier of the hit CBS reality show ‘Survivor’ this week, there will be at least one contestant with a familiar tie to the area. Former Rams cheerleader Latasha Fox, a longtime fan of the show, finally got her opportunity to match wits and toughness with 15 other contestants.
There seems to be little dispute that Ha Ha Clinton-Dix of Alabama and Calvin Pryor of Louisville are the top two safeties in the draft. Could the Rams be looking to draft one of them in the first round?
It has been highly speculated that the St. Louis Rams are looking to trade away the number two overall pick. In reality, at this point it’s not a matter of if the Rams will trade away pick, but when will they do it? Will they do it before the draft or while they’re on the clock?
Rams to Wait and See on Backup Quarterback: ESPN NFL Nation
It's become a sort of yearly NFL scouting combine
tradition for St. Louis Rams
coach Jeff Fisher to be asked about the team's backup quarterback situation. Nothing new this year…
What might have been if the Redskins
hadn't traded what ended up being the 2nd overall pick in the 2014 draft to the St. Louis Rams in 2012 in order to move up to select quarterback Robert Griffin
? Let's pretend for a moment that the debt owed to St. Louis was paid. The compensation no longer required this years first round draft selection.
While measurables may influence draft stock in May, free agency occurs in March and will set the table for rookie targets. Ideally, teams enter the draft having addressed their rosters in such a way that they can select best players available rather than fill needs.Could Khalil Mack Be the Rams Top Pick
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Khalil Mack cannot run routes or help reduce the Rams’ utterly ridiculous drop rate in the receiving corps… Khalil Mack cannot block for Sam Bradford… Khalil Mack won’t be able to play centerfielder in the deep secondary. However,
7-Round Mock Draft for Every NFL Team
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Matt Miller puts together his post-combine mock draft for each of the NFL’s 32 teams. The Rams go for a pair of combine standouts. It’s a thing of beauty…but I’m probably just saying that because I mocked those two guys at 2 and 13 in early January. St. Louis Rams Mock Draft Tracker
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What will the St. Louis Rams do in the 2014 NFL draft
? Keep track of all the predictions made in our mock drafts leading up to Round 1 on May 8.
Each of these players are going to be day three picks at least with each having a skill-set perfect for St. Louis. Any of them would play a crucial role for the organization in the near future.
College pro days and individual interviews will occupy NFL teams over the next two months, but for now, the combine has provided the St. Louis Rams
with a pile of information to mull over before the draft.
After St. Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford's 2013 campaign was cut short by a torn ACL, head coach Jeff Fisher quickly laid to rest any speculation that the Rams would be in the market for a new starting quarterback moving forward. However, even with Bradford's starting job solidified, finding a stable backup situation has to be a priority for the Rams.
Now that the Scouting Combine has come to a close, our attention shifts back to free agency. The market opens on March 11. Teams can start negotiating with free agents on March 8. Who’s the best fit for the Rams?