Found April 10, 2014 on cover32 - Rams:
PLAYERS: Robert Thomas
TEAMS: St. Louis Rams
Yesterday, we figured out who was the best inside linebacker the Rams have ever drafted. Today, we figure out the worst. As usual, we only consider guys drafted in rounds one through three, which can be found here. Luckily for me, I’ve already written extensively about how much this guy sucks, especially considering who he replaced. So congratulations, Robert Thomas, on being the worst inside linebacker the Rams have ever drafted. You may also be interested in:Who’s the worst inside linebacker the STL/LA/Cle Rams have ever drafted?Are any St. Louis Rams among the top 10 biggest headaches in the NFL?Top-5 Incumbent St. Louis Rams poised to break out in 2014

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