The first four days of 2013 NFL free agency saw 70 players move to new teams. The St. Louis Rams were able to give Sam Bradford a new weapon—the likes of which he has not had in his tumultuous three-year run as the starting quarterback—in former Tennessee Titans tight end Jared Cook.
But at this point, that is the only player the team as been able to add.
The Rams made a hard push to get free-agent offensive tackle Jake Long signed. But after a two-day physical and a third day of contract negotiations, Long left town without putting his name on a contract. He returned to south Florida where he is currently keeping both the Rams and the Miami Dolphins in a holding pattern while he takes his time to decide where he wants to play next year.
So, that's one hole filled, four remaining.
Let's take a look at how the Rams may choose to fill their remaining roster needs in the draft.