St. Louis Rams: Addressing the line, Day 3 thoughts
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If there was any question about the kind of team Jeff Fisher and Les Snead wanted to build in St. Louis, those should be long gone. After selecting top running back Todd Gurley in the first round, the St. Louis Rams followed it up with two big mauling lineman to open up running lanes. Then, the Rams addressed the quarterback room, adding a developmental prospect to back up Nick Foles.
Sitting at the ninth pick in the second round, 41st overall, the Rams were bombarded with trade offers. The best value came from the Carolina Panthers, as St. Louis picked up an extra third and sixth round pick while swapping second
Quarterback Sean Mannion was selected by the Rams in the third round (#89 overall).
rounders. At pick 57, the Rams chose Rob Havenstein out of Wisconsin. Fifteen picks later, the Rams went with Jamon Brown out of Louisville. With the third round pick they acquired from the Panthers, the Rams took a developmental project in quarterback Sean Mannion out of Or
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