So about that whole Washington trading with us for the #1 pick to take Bradford thing... (Author's note: Double hat tip to stcardinalsfang and AbsolutMoose for getting the news to TST first)
Well, so much for trading down to the Redskins.
Details to be worked out, but it's likely to include Washington's second round pick. I'm surprised Philadelphia traded him within the division.
Recently released by the NY Giants, there was talk of the Rams as a potential landing spot given his connection to head coach Steve Spagnuolo. Looks like he wants to go the TV route instead.
[Ndamukong] Suh and fellow defensive tackle Gerald McCoy were the headliners in mid-February when [Scouts Inc.'s Steve] Muench and NFL Draft Scout's Rob Rang gathered here to discuss the Rams' options with the first overall choice. As I wrote then, there wasn't much doubt about it: "Neither Rang nor Muench -- nor anyone else I've consulted -- has strongly projected anything other than Suh or McCoy for the Rams at No. 1. Both give Suh the slightest edge." But when Rang released his latest mock draft Monday, Bradford was the top choice and increasingly the favorite. Muench, who previously said he would have "a very difficult time" taking Bradford first overall based on questions about his shoulder and Oklahoma's offensive scheme, now says he is "absolutely more comfortable" with Bradford at this stage. The challenge now becomes separating perception from reality. How much has really changed?I'm not going to jump on Sando for being late to the party, because he nailed it in a blog post from Wednesday. Must read.
As some of you may know Mr. Chavous has his own mock draft site and has been seen numerous times on NFL network with draftnik Mike Mayock(who i happen to prefer over Kiper). Anyways I thought it was important because he asks OJ about the contract siituation.
I didn't participate last year, but I read as everyone provided good insight into the draft picks they would make if they were the GMs for all the respective teams. Maybe it's too late, but I've noticed there are enough dedicated fans on here to make it happen if we set appropriate goals/timeframes. 3k, we aren't trying to steal your thunder, I just thought it was a nice little event. How about it Van?
The Rams will have a hard time convincing me they're interested in a second-round quarterback even if they run Colt McCoy through a private workout.ESPN's Mike Sando reacting the news that the Rams will workout Texas QB Colt McCoy.