Why this makes sense for the Rams: The Rams have three outstanding pieces in their front four, and Jeff Fisher loves to set the tone with a strong defense and a good running game. Taking Clowney with the second overall pick would be a waste to a team that already has two All-Pro defensive ends, so what makes the most sense?
Well, here the Rams get their "elite" interior pass rusher to go with their bookend edge players, and their run stuffing defensive tackle.
Casey is still very cheap, and current Rams defensive coordinator, Gregg Williams, made him a 11-sack player last year. Fisher and Williams may see the next Albert Haynesworth in Jurrell Casey, and they may be willing to pay a premium for him.
Plus, the Titans will be playing a 3-4 defense and Casey doesn't fit that scheme