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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, quite a few teams have already had preliminary discussions with the St. Louis Rams about what it would take to obtain their coveted number two pick in the upcoming draft.
Baylor QB Robert Griffin III is the likely target at the No. 2 spot, so it's assumed that any of the QB needy teams are interested in getting to the prized spot: the Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns and Seattle Seahawks to name a few.
The team in the best position to put together an enticing offer is Cleveland, who has two first round picks, #4 and #22.
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With everyone weighing in on where Peyton Manning will go after he is inevitably going to be receiving his release from the Indianapolis Colts in a week or two, let’s take a look at how ESPN‘s NFL Insider Adam Schefter sees it playing out. Schefter looked at all 32 NFL teams and put each team into the following categories- No Shot, Unlikely, Young QB’s, Desperate But Unlikely...
The St. Louis Rams already have former Rookie of the Year Sam Bradford at quarterback. Though some people believe they should use the No. 2 overall selection in this year’s NFL draft on Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, they can stick with Bradford at QB and trade the pick to beef up their roster. It sounds like the Cleveland Browns are trying to convince them to do just that...
During Friday’s press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine, St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher made it clear that they’re not looking to trade quarterback Sam Bradford. There was some thought at one point that Fisher may not want Bradford as his quarterback, that’s obviously not the case.
Fisher did state that they’re willing to take offers for the second overall pick...
Adam Schefter of ESPN noted that some NFL scouts believe Robert Griffin III throws the ball better than Cam Newton, who was the No. 1 overall pick of the 2011 Draft.
Mike Mayock of the NFL Network also called Griffin a better natural passer than Newton, and Schefter is confident the Baylor standout will be a top-4 pick in Aprils Draft. After Newton was a rookie phenom...
In a move sure to anger fans but largely expected Pierre Garçon rejected the Indianapolis Colts' five-year deal:
Colts free-agent wide receiver Pierre Garcon recently rejected a five-year contract offer from Indianapolis.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 24, 2012
You can now add wide receiver to the already mammoth list of team needs.
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Pierre Garcon is a free agent and he reportedly rejected an offer from the Colts. Where could he end up signing?
The Eagles have been pretty consistent with their public statements about wanting DeSean Jackson back with the team in 2012. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, that might not represent their full take on the situation. Schefter reported Friday that the team is open to listening to trade offers for Jackson after they use the…