For the second time in three years, the St. Louis Rams have the second pick of the draft.
In 2012, they wound up trading the pick for a package of picks, including what wound up being the second overall pick of this year’s draft, so that the Washington Redskins could move up to select quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Although quarterback Sam Bradford, the #1 overall pick of the 2010 NFL draft has had his struggles, it does not look like the Rams are all that interested in picking one of the perceived big three quarterbacks in this year’s draft (Blake Bortles of the Central Florida Knights, Teddy Bridgewater of the Louisville Cardinals and Johnny Manziel of the Texas A&M Aggies).
Instead, they may look to trade down or look to fill another position.
The Rams re-sign Rodger Saffold this offseason and brought in Jake Long last year, but Long suffered an ACL injury and the Rams would obviously still like to improve the tackle position.
According to Jeremy Fowler of CBS Sports, Auburn Tigers’ offensive tackle Greg Robinson is visiting with the Rams on Wednesday.
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerCBS) April 2, 2014
The 6’5, 332-pound Robinson was fantastic for the Tigers in 2013, helping them go from winless in the SEC in 2012 to an SEC Title and a BCS Championship appearance in 2013.