For now, market for STL No. 2 pick is soft
But even before free agency begins, the St. Louis Post Dispatch reports, the Rams haven’t found a huge seller’s market.
According to the paper, the Browns, who already hold the No. 4 overall pick and obviously would have to give that up to move up to No. 2, aren’t willing to part with their second first-round pick this year (at No. 22). The idea of St. Louis not getting—at the absolute bare minimum—two first-round picks to give up their No. 2 selection is ridiculous, and if Cleveland sticks to that plan, perhaps the organization feels better about current quarterback Colt McCoy than many people might have guessed.
Adding to the Rams woes, the Redskins apparently are willing to part with their No. 6 pick this year and their first-round pick in 2013 but don’t want to give up their second-round pick this year. As the paper writes, that simply isn’t acceptable to the Rams.
The Post Dispatch also writes that trades won’t be worked out with eiter (sic) the Dolphins (the No. 8 pick) because Miami doesn’t want to deal with the coach in Jeff Fisher who spurned them for a job or the Seahawks (No. 12) because St. Louis doesn’t want to have to face RG3 twice a year for the foreseeable future.
I'm still not in the camp that believes the Broncos can move up to land Robert Griffin III, but if I was, I'd view this bit of news in a positive light.