With Sam Bradford as their quarterback, the Rams were bound to trade their No. 2 overall pick in this year's NFL draft. St. Louis knew that there will be an incredibly high-quality quarterback available with the second pick, so all they had to do was sit back and wait for the right offer to come along. Robert Griffin III (seen running his 40-yard dash above) will most likely be selected in that slot, and multiple teams could use a QB with his skill set, knowledge of the game, and hard-working attitude. The Washington Redskins beat out others by offering this year's No. 6 pick, two other first-round picks, and another second-round pick. The package does sound like a bit much for an unproven player, but just keep in mind what happened with Cam Newton. 

As for the Rams, they are hoping that the No. 6 pick won't be too late to grab Oklahoma State star receiver Justin Blackmon. St. Louis likely won't be keeping Brandon Lloyd and are in major need of some targets for Bradford. Blackmon is easily top-five material, so we'll see if the Rams end up regretting their decision. 

[via Jay Glazer]

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