Rams trade pick No. 31 to the Falcons | Rams’ official site
General manager Les Snead and the Rams will go without a first-round pick for the third-consecutive NFL Draft in 2019.
Rams trade back again, set for four picks on Day 2 | Rams’ official site
The Rams decision to trade back with their first-round selection on Thursday night was anticipated by Rams fans, the media, and head coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead alike.
The Los Angeles Rams traded out of the first round, sending No. 31 to the Falcons for the 45th overall pick. They now have a second-rounder and three picks in the third, holding four selections in the top 100.
3 prospects for the Rams to consider at No. 45 | Ramblin Fan
Here are a few prospects worth keeping an eye on for the Los Angeles Rams after trading down to No. 45 in the second round.
Gil Brandt’s best remaining NFL Draft prospects | NFL Network
As we head into Day 2 of the draft, which begins at 7 p.m. ET on Friday, here’s a look at the top draft prospects still available on NFL.com senior analyst and Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee Gil Brandt’s Hot 150 prospect rankings.
Missouri QB Drew Lock is one of the key storylines to follow on Day 2 of the draft.
2019 NFL Draft Day 1 winners and losers | NFL Network
Sometimes it’s better to be lucky and good, which is why the Redskins are leading Gregg Rosenthal’s group of early winners from Day 1 of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Miss any of the action of the first round of the draft? Don’t worry, we have you covered
Day 1 quick-snap grades for all 32 NFL teams | NFL Network
Chad Reuter providers grades and analysis for all 32 teams from Thursday night
Although there’s plenty of reason for fans of the Los Angeles Rams to be excited for the upcoming 2019 season, the uniform enthusiasts both inside and outside of their fanbase have had an eye on the 2020 season for a long time.
Cardinals take Kyler Murray with No. 1 pick in the draft | Cardinals’ official site
Kliff Kingsbury has known Kyler Murray since Murray was 15 years old, trying to recruit him to play for Kingsbury’s Texas Tech team.
49ers select Nick Bosa with No. 2 overall pick | 49ers’ official site
Bosa (6-foot-4, 266 pounds) joins a star-studded 49ers defensive line alongside DeForest Buckner and Dee Ford.
Seahawks Select TCU DE L.J. Collier at No. 29, Trade 30th to Giants | Seahawks’ official site
With the pick the Seahawks acquired in a trade for defensive end Frank Clark, the Seahawks added a defensive end, picking TCU’s L.J. Collier.