• The Rams and the Clowney effect

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Apr 11, 2014
    "You don’t see a Clowney but maybe every 10, 15, 20 years coming out. “Clowney, no doubt about it,” Murray said. First and foremost, if Clowney made it past the first pick, it would give the Rams the option of simply drafting the player that Kiper and most everyone else agrees is the best player in the draft. While Clowney plays a position where the Rams are loaded with talent like Robert Quinn William Hayes and Eugene Sims , the Rams and coach Jeff Fisher subscribe to theory that you can never be over saturated with pass-rushers. It's too early to say which way Houston will go but much of what happens after that pick, especially for the Rams, will hinge on that decision. The Rams are in good shape at defensive end with Chris Long and Robert Quinn, but that’s not stopping them from talking to the top defensive end in this year’s draft class. Taylor, considered a player who redefined his position, has an astounding resume that includes an MVP award, three defensive player of the year awards, 10 Pro Bowl selections and two Super Bowl titles.
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      Carl Banks has issues with those comparing Jadeveon Clowney to former New York Giants teammate Lawrence Taylor.
      Source: ESPN.com
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