Rams 2013 Mock Draft: Final 7-Round Predictions for St. Louis

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Rams 2013 Mock Draft: Final 7-Round Predictions for St. Louis
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2012 first-round pick Michael Brockers, left, and head coach Jeff Fisher.

Three teams currently hold two picks in the 2013 NFL draft’s first round: the New York Jets (Nos. 9 and 13), St. Louis Rams (Nos. 16 and 22) and Minnesota Vikings (Nos. 23 and 25).

One of St. Louis’ biggest offseason moves thus far was to push back some of defensive end Chris Long’s 2013 cap hit to future years, so their needs remain largely the same as they did entering free agency.

The positional exceptions, due to free-agent signings, are at left tackle (Jake Long from the Miami Dolphins) and tight end (Jared Cook from the Tennessee Titans).

That means wide receiver and safety remain the team’s most pressing concerns as it relates to simply needing bodies—including starters—at the respective positions. The O-line still needs a makeover as well.

Some youth and speed at outside linebacker and size at running back might also be helpful. The Rams currently have eight selections to address all of those needs. 

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