NFL Draft 2013: 5 Safeties Who Would Help the Rams

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NFL Draft 2013: 5 Safeties Who Would Help the Rams
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The St. Louis Rams decided to go all in on Tavon Austin in the first round, but moving back for Alec Ogletree did give them some additional picks later on in the draft.

Still, even though the Rams have a great weapon on offense and an incredibly athletic linebacker to fill two major gaping holes on the team, there is still part of us that is wondering who will play the safety position.

There was a lot of talk that the Rams could take Kenny Vaccaro or Matt Elam to fill one of the roles at safety, but with both those players off the board after the first round, the Rams will have to delve deeper into their draft board to find some solid players who could fill their need at safety.

With no second-round picks going into tomorrow either, guys like D.J. Swearinger and Jonathan Cyprien will likely be gone when St. Louis comes up to pick. This means that the Rams will have to delve even deeper into that pool of candidates, unless they trade back up into the second round, of course.

Here is a look at five guys who would fit in great with the Rams and would be able to help fill the safety position.

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