NFL Draft 2012 Rumors: Redskins, Rams Agree On Trade For No. 2 Overall Pick, According To Report

The Washington Redskins have agreed to a trade with the St. Louis Rams for the No. 2 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, according to a report from Fox's Jay Glazer. The Skins will be giving up three first round picks, according to Glazer, who tweeted the scoop late Friday night.

Via @JayGlazer:

"Major scoopage: Redskins have agreed to a trade w Rams for #2 pick of draft. Rams and Skins swap first rounders this yr w Rams also getting 2 future #1s and additional picks. Story coming on fox sports dot com"

The Skins were one of a handful of teams bidding for the No. 2 pick, which will almost certainly be used to draft Baylor quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III.

Adam Schefter supplemented Glazer's report, adding that a second round pick is also part of the deal.

Via @AdamSchefer:

UPDATE: Just a little bit of bookkeeping from ESPN.

The trade, first reported by FoxSports.com, cannot be signed off on, turned in and processed until the new league year starts Tuesday at 4 p.m. EST, but it is expected to become official then.

For more on the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft and all things related to Redskins football keep checking this StoryStream for updates, or head over to SB Nation's Washington Redskins blog Hogs Haven. For all your NFL news and notes, be sure to visit SB Nation's NFL hub.

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