Rams willing to trade down
It’s widely believed that the Colts will choose a quarterback with the initial choice in the 2012 draft. It’s also widely believed that the Rams will then auction the capability to take the subsequent quarterback with the second selection in the 2012 draft to the highest bidder.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reported earlier today that numerous teams currently have had preliminary discussions with the Rams, that the Rams are willing to trade the choose, and that the Rams most likely will finish up performing so.
The team that tends to make the most sense is the Browns, offered that they hold the fourth general pick and the 22nd choose, which they acquired as element of the Julio Jones trade. And coach Pat Shurmur left the door open to a achievable trade up, telling reporters that the team would not “be hesitant at all” to make a move.
“You evaluate every thing,” Shurmur said, according to the News-Journal. “I wouldn’t say we’re hesitant to do something. We’re excited about the reality that we’re going to make our team far better with this draft. That’s the way we approach it. We’re not hesitant at all.
“We can just stand pat and take two really fine players, guys that we would hope to be starters for us. Getting two very first-round picks, you have flexibility if you want to do something.”
Yep. They’re gonna attempt to trade up. Or, as offensive coordinator Brad Childress would say, the concept of trading up isn’t a programmatic non-fit.
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