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According to NFL sources, in a move that sets the St. Louis Rams to move down in the 2012 NFL draft and land them a bounty of picks, the Rams are letting everyone know the 2 spot is there for the for taking.
The Rams are seeking something in the area of two first-round picks, a third-round pick and a fifth-round choice. That’s not all; there is speculation that the Rams may try to move down further to add more picks.
The Rams have talked to Miami, Cleveland, and the Washington Redskins, who are reportedly hot in pursuit of Robert Griffin III.
The Rams, lacking in many area, would love to trade down and gain more picks to fill the holes they have at wide receiver, linebacker, and the secondary.
The Rams drafted Sam Bradford number one over all in 2009 and have confidence that he is on his way to becoming a solid NFL starter.
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