NFL Draft 2012: St. Louis Rams Confirm Willingness To Trade No. 2 Pick For Teams To Pick Robert Griffin III

The St. Louis Rams chief operating officer Kevin Demoff said on Tuesday that they are willing to trade the second overall pick of the 2012 NFL draft in April.

It has been widely speculated that Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III will be the No. 1 and No. 2 pick in the draft this Spring, and that the order has already been solidified. Teams such as the Cleveland Browns, Seattle Seahawks, Miami Dolphins and the Washington Redskins are noted to be some of the key suitors for the No. 2 pick in able to draft Robert Griffin III.

The Rams are currently set at quarterback as their number one overall selection in 2009, Sam Bradford, will enter into his third season installed as the Rams' starting signal caller. With the return on their No. 2 pick, the Rams are poised to target offensive line help and wide receiver targets as well.

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