According to the National Football Post, the Rams are open to trading out of the first spot in Friday night’s second round — the 33rd overall pick — in an effort to move back and collect additional picks.
Such a move would make sense for a Rams team that still needs help all over the place. St. Louis GM Billy Devaney addressed the possibility Thursday night:
“We just have to figure out … keep the pick, or if it’s an option, we’ll see whether to trade the pick. And then how far, how deep we want to go back.
“It does at least give us more time to weigh options if we do get calls, which is kind of neat. And hopefully there might be a team that thinks that’s their last chance to get a certain position … so maybe they’d be willing to move up.”
With plenty of talent-laden players still on the board, don’t be surprised if a team takes the Rams up on a trade and moves into the 33rd spot.