As we prepare to go full steam ahead into NFL Draft season, a number of teams have begin to shed some light on their thought process as they prepare for the draft in a few months. St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead was among those who began speaking about the upcoming draft and he believes that the team does not need to add to at least one position on the roster.
Specifically, Snead believes that the Rams are set at wide receiver, especially after the emergence of rookie wide receiver Tavon Austin in the second half of 2013.
Of course, teams need to be careful that they never get too comfortable with their roster and their is always room for improvement, especially when you hold two first-round picks.
The Rams will have more flexibility than a number of team’s in this year’s draft, so it will be interesting to see what direction they decide to go when they are officially on the clock.