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After analyzing the draft needs of all 32 teams, PFT will review how well each team addressed those needs. Up next: The St. Louis Rams. What they needed: Running back, wide receiver, safety, guard. Who they got: Round 1: Tavon Austin, WR, West Virgina; …
Three NFC West draft notes of interestUpdated Apr 29 Share TweetSports Illustrated's Peter King spent Thursday night in the St. Louis Rams' draft room and will report extensively on the experience later this week. In the meantime, he passed along two Rams-related nuggets, plus a note on the Arizona Cardinals' third-…Source: ESPN.com
Ogletree has familiar echoes for FisherUpdated Apr 29 Share TweetJeff Fisher-coached teams have twice used the 30th pick in a draft for an athletic linebacker with experience playing safety. It happened when the Tennessee Titans selected Keith Bulluck in 2000. It happened again when the St. Louis Rams selected Alec O…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetFisher and Snead are confident fellows who don't crave validation from the national media. But they got it anyway.Source: stltoday.comShare TweetWhere to begin? Peter King weighs in on an eventful draft weekend, including its two riskiest picks, what it's like to be in a happy war room, the Barkley/Nassib falls and more.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetTheir offseason moves shift emphasis to passing game from ground attack.Source: stltoday.com
NFL Draft RecapApr 29Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay identify the teams that drafted well.
NFL Hot Read - Will Johnny Manziel succeed in the NFL?Apr 29Because of his skills and the evolution of the quarterback position, Johnny Manziel could be the most fascinating player in the 2014 NFL draft, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
Peter King: Inside the Rams' war room and more draft thoughtsApr 29ST. LOUIS -- When you spend a round in a team's war room, as I did Thursday night with the Rams, you understand why so many players, coaches, scouts and executives are magnetized to this game and cannot give it up.