General manager Les Snead hoping to accumulate more picks as he continues to build young roster.
Reports have emerged that the St Louis Rams are looking to trade away the 22nd pick in the draft, with the aim to acquire most second and third round pick, where there is more value to choose from.
The Rams acquired the pick from the Washington Redskins as part of the Robert Griffin III trade, and with the team already having the number 16 pick, the benefits of dealing that second pick becomes even more desirable, and with the amount of QB needy teams who will look to trade back into the first round, the price could be high.
Adam Schefter reported the news earlier on Thursday, and confirms the fact that they are looking for suitors.
Rams’ second-first round pick, No. 22 overall, clearly is for sale. STL looking to deal out of 22.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 25, 2013
St Louis are in the midst of building a very strong team, that is looking to compete in the NFC West along with the San Francisco and Seattle, with the ability to stock pile on second round picks, the team could be on the verge on breaking the stranglehold that these two teams have on the division.