Free AgencyMathias Kiwunuka, DE, Giants- Kiwi is a great pass rusher he knows the system and can even play some SLB. What brings his price down is he never seems to stay healthy. With JPP emerging and Osi and Tuck locked up he will be FA and IMO a great fit at RE across from Long. You get more than adequate depth in Hall, Selvie, and Simms
Darren Sproles, RB, Chargers- We were interested in sproles before he got franchise tagged last year. This year he is not having a great year behind Matthews and Tolbert so his price tag will go down. He would be an explosive returner here so Amendola could focus on the slot. He is also an explosive receiver and has tons of speed on outside runs. Perfect compliment to S-Jax
Eric Wright, CB, Browns- Rams need a quality nickel back who is capable of being a starter because our corners always seem to get banged up. Wright is versatile corner can cover guys on the outside or the slot.
1. Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State- Rams would love to come away with one of the big three of Green, Jones, and Blackmon. Blackmon reminds me alot of Hakeem Nicks physical wideout, with strong hands, good size, and excellent route running ability. He would instantly be Bradfords number 1. If we miss out on the Big 3 Akeem Ayers is one of my favorite players in the draft he reminds of a young Julian Peterson playing SLB.
2. Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina- Bruce Carter han't had a great year production wise and he just tore his ACL. However, Carter is an athletic 6'3 235 WLB with great sideline to sideline range and can do it all. Fills a huge need and would be great next to Lauranatis
3. Kristopher O’Dowd, C, USC- Center? Jason Brown is our best mauler/run blocker and we tried him out at RG in the preseason Even if we don't want to move Brown this pick should be the best interior lineman available and that happens to be O'Dowd. O'Dowd is tough, has great size for a center, a good run blocker, and plays well with his guards. Injury concerns drop him to the 3rd round.
4. KJ Wright, OLB, Mississippi State- 6'3 250 stout versus the run and can cover TEs he is the perfect SLB. He can start of on special teams then eventually take Digss spot
5. Cedric Thornton, DT, Southern Arkansas- Fred Robbins won't last forever. Thorton has similar size and a similar skill set, but is raw and needs to be developed. Robbins will be the perfect mentor
7. Chris Conte, DB, Cal- Conte is a 6'3 215 corner who could be our 4th safety or 5th CB
7. Keith Payne, RB/FB, Virginia- 6'3 255 he has Brandon Jacobs size, but not his speed. I see him developing into a Le'Ron McClain type Fullback.