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2010 NFL Draft: Rams' Devaney Says "I Would Be Surprised If We Stayed at 33"

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 27: Offensive lineman Roger Saffold of Indiana runs the 40 yard dash during the NFL Scouting Combine presented by Under Armour at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 27, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
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David LeonCorrespondent IApril 23, 2010

With a few hours left to go before the start of the second round in the 2010 NFL Draft, it is looking more and more likely that Ram GM Billy Devaney will deal the top pick in the 2nd round.

Purportedly, Devaney is 'blown away' by the number and quality of the offers he is being tendered.  The probability of a ransom seems great.

ESPN reports that 12 teams have been in contact with the Rams regarding the No. 33 pick overall.  Cleveland and Buffalo are said to be the front-runners.  

Both are said to be in need of a Quarterback, but who are they interested in?  Is it Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen or is it Texas QB Colt McCoy?

Should the Rams stay put and select a player at #33, ESPN's Todd McShay predicts Indiana Offensive Tackle Rodger Saffold will be the player Devaney selects.  

McShay predicts the Vikings will immediately follow by selecting USC Offensive Tackle Charles Brown.  You can see the video here.  McShay also predicted that there would be at least five trades in the top portion of the second round today.

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