The St. Louis Rams moved into the eighth spot in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft. GM Les Snead and the Buffalo Bills swung a deal on Thursday night, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. St. Louis gets Buffalo's eighth overall pick and third-round pick, and the Bills get the Rams' second-round pick, third-round pick and the 16th overall pick.
And who could be the target of the deal? The rumor mill was abuzz all day Thursday with the possibility of the Rams moving up into the top 10 in order to take West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin. This would certainly be the spot to move to in order to grab him.
The hope now could be that the Rams get another second-round pick by dealing the 22nd pick. That will depend on finding a willing suitor, but the new draft is made for dealing with a team-friendly rookie contract structure.