• Rams willing to trade No. 2 overall pick

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Jan 10, 2014
    The Rams are picking second overall again this year and, just as they were in 2012, they are open to dealing the pick. Williams is probably the most familiar to Rams fans after he came to St. Louis in a trade in 2001. Rams general manager Les Snead doesn’t want to close the door on staying put at No. 2 overall in the draft. After Sunday, there will be just one who has yet to make a playoff appearance: the Rams' Sam Bradford Newton will join Peyton Manning Matthew Stafford and Andrew Luck as former No. 1 picks to start a playoff game. But in the early going of the pre-draft process, it seems clear that there are at least three quarterbacks who should go in the top 10 and perhaps even the top five: Teddy Bridgewater of Louisville, Johnny Manziel of Texas A&M, and Blake Bortles of Central Florida.
    Source: stltoday.com
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  • Les Snead on No. 2 pick: You’ve got to prepare in case no one wants to trade

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