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    Mock offseason numero uno!!!

    Rams Offsesason strategy is getting younger and more explosive on offense and Bigger and deeper on defense.

    Unrestricted Free Agents
    Channing Crowder, MLB, Miami- Big aggressive MLB to put in the middle to stuff the run so spoon can excel on the outside
    OJ Otogwe, FS, Rams- One of the rams best young talents, he needs to get locked up
    Ron Bartell, CB, Rams- Has played solid just needs someone opposite him
    Jabari Greer, CB, Bills- Rams have a ton of young guys they can develop so they add the vet Greer until one is ready to start
    Gabe Watson, NT, Cardinals- A much needed big body to stop the run and put in the DT rotation
    Brad Meester, C, Jaguars- A good vet center to anchor the line and help the young guys who are to the right and left of him.


    Restricted Free Agent
    Victor Adenyanju, DE, Rams
    Derek Stanley, WR, Rams

    Release/ Retire
    Drew Bennett, WR, Rams- Overpaid bum
    Corey Chavous, SS, Rams- Rams want to get younger and faster
    Laroi Glover, DT, Rams- Retires
    Pisa Tinoisimoa, LB, Rams- doesn't fit in any more now that Spoon is on the Weak side.
    Draft
    1. Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech.


    No Smith or Oher no problem. Crabtree gives the Rams our Larry Fitzgerald to Perfectly pair with Avery

    2. Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State


    Can immediately step in and play RT putting Barron on the bench or at RG. Very powerful and that shows in his run and pass blocking. He will eventually replace Pace



    3. Michael Hamlin, SS, Clemson


    Great play maker who could start immediately next to OJ



    4. Rhett Bomar, QB, Sam Houston State


    Underrated becuase of the school he plays at, but has a great arm and is very accurate. He will be the QB of the future



    5. Andrew Gardner, OT, Georgia Tech.


    Very good tackle who pass blocks and run blocks well. He could be the future RT when Okung replaces Pace at LT



    6. Marcus Thigpen, RB, Indiana


    Gives Leon Washington type of versatility can do a bit of everything he is the perfect change of pace speed back to compliment S-jax and to pair up with Pittman if S-jax goes down.


    7. Brandon Swain, DE, Western Texas A&M


    great pass rusher from a small school. Could come in and be a situational guy.


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    Mooselini Guest

    Re: Mock offseason numero uno!!!

    OH MAN! That would be great.

    However, I think that we would be in line to select one of the two linemen you mentioned at the Crabtree pick.

    If we could add a solid OT from the free agency then I would be all over the pick.

    However, Crabtree would equal nothing to us if we can't fix the line.

    Also, you have several great picks on there. Got me excited for a second there.

    Your free agency list is also reasonable. None of the HUGE name players on there. But big enough for our team to snag and plug into the system.

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