NFL Draft 2012 Rumors: St. Louis Rams Hold Discussions About Trading No. 2 Pick, According To Report

ESPN's Adam Schefter says that the St. Louis Rams, holders of the No. 2 overall pick in April's NFL Draft, have already had internal discussions about trading down

Before we go any further, we should point out that we're not posting this to get Redskins fans hopes up. Only you, Redskins fan, can get your hopes up. OK? OK.

Having said that, ESPN's Adam Schefter says that the St. Louis Rams, holders of the No. 2 overall pick in April's NFL Draft, have already had internal discussions about trading down and--

OK, OK, I'll wait until you stop breathing into the paper bag. Here's the article.

Multiple teams already have had preliminary discussions with St. Louis about the possibility of trading for the Rams' second overall pick, according to league sources.

The Rams are willing to deal the pick for the right package, according to one source, and the chances are that St. Louis will wind up trading down.

On paper, the most attractive trade partner for St. Louis is the Cleveland Browns, who have two first-round picks (4 and 22) to trade away if they strong want to move up and grab (presumably) Robert Griffin III.

But the important thing is that the possibility is there, and isn't that what the offseason is all about?

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