Not all that long ago, the St. Louis Rams could match wide receivers with any team in the league.
They had Isaac Bruce, Torry Holt and a running back, Marshall Faulk, who could challenge defenses as a wideout.
Times have changed.
With a playoff berth on the line in Week 17 last season, quarterback Sam Bradford was throwing to a group featuring Danario Alexander, Laurent Robinson, Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson. The Rams went quietly, scoring only six points. Running back Steven Jackson and tight end Daniel Fells led them in receiving yards with 39 apiece.
It's one reason why selecting a wide receiver with the 14th overall choice could make sense for the Rams, provided one of the top two prospects remains available.
Georgia's A.J. Green,
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