2011 NFL Draft: St Louis Rams Live Draft Blog

Ethan NovakAnalyst IIApril 28, 2011

Welcome to the 2011 NFL Draft St Louis Rams' Live Blog.

With the draft set to start in just 2 hours (8pm ET), names such as Patrick Peterson, Cam Newton, Blaine Gabbert and Von Miller all await to hear their name called here on Day 1. 

This blog is dedicated to viewing and breaking down the draft from the St Louis Rams' perspective.  How did the last selection affect the Rams draft board?  Are the Rams in talks to trade up or down with any teams? 

This is the place to find that out and discuss with other fans your opinions on the draft, the Rams and everything in between.  So feel free to leave a comment and get the discussion going.

That isn't to say we won't have any fun on this blog.  The discussion of whether Cam Newton will be a bust is likely, and we can always talk about who has the best/worst looking suit. 

So once you have your lucky draft jersey, a pizza, a comfortable spot of the sofa, and your TV set to ESPN, login and jump in the conversation.  

First off, who do you all think the Rams will take with their 14th overall selection?  Lets get this draft party going. 

 

Trying to kill some time?  Try giving these articles a read:

Full 7-round St Louis Rams mock draft 

How do all of the 2010 Draft Picks stand heading into 2011?

Everything you need to know about the Rams heading into the draft

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