NFL Draft 2012: St. Louis Rams Will Reportedly Trade No. 2 Pick

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NFL Draft 2012: St. Louis Rams Will Reportedly Trade No. 2 Pick
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The Indianapolis Colts may have Andrew Luck, but the St. Louis Rams have the most sought after pick in football. This is an opportunity the franchise will capitalize on with a trade. 

ESPN reports via Adam Schefter that the Rams will indeed trade their first round, second-overall pick for this year's draft. Here is the tweet from SportsCenter citing information obtained by Schefter.

 

It comes as no surprise that the Rams would decide to deal their pick for what should be a treasure trove in returns. 

The newfound need to deal their pick comes from the emerging star power of Robert Griffin III. The Baylor standout was highly coveted prior to the NFL Combine, but after his 4.41 40-yard dash time, his status is off the charts. 

Schefter tweets that there are a few possibilities for the Rams and who what they may target in a trade.

 

It's impossible to say which team will make it out of this draft with the best talent. Such a statement can only be measured after years of seeing this talent pan out. 

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However, the Rams are my favorite to dominate this draft from the start with what should be an inordinate amount of picks and star players coming in to flip the switch on a faltering franchise. 

The Rams need offensive line help and a big-time wide receiver, and they could actually fill both holes by relinquishing their position as the second team to pick. 

The Redskins and Browns are likely candidates to move up while still giving the Rams a top-ten pick. 

The more Griffin shines at the combine and his future workout at his pro day, the more rewards the Rams will be able to reap. 

The sooner the better for St. Louis. 

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