St. Louis Rams Acquire WR Mark Clayton From Ravens

It's not Vincent Jackson, but at least he's not a sociopath!

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Transactions: St. Louis Rams Acquire WR Mark Clayton

Sam Bradford is still without a particularly reliable wide receiver, but the St. Louis Rams nabbed him a deep threat on Labor Day, acquiring Mark Clayton from the Baltimore Ravens for a sixth round draft pick.

Clayton’s catch rate has always been poor—it fell to 46 percent in 2009—but at times the former first-rounder was an useful big-play lottery ticket for the Ravens, averaging 17.0 yards per completion in 2008. He’s also got some trick play experience to his name—over his career he’s caught 12 touchdown passes, run for two, and thrown one.

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Trade Rumor: St. Louis Rams, Vincent Jackson Still Entangled?

Make up your minds already! After a brief flirtation earlier this week, the St. Louis Rams are rumored to be back in on San Diego Charger wide receiver Disgruntled Vincent Jackson. The Post-Dispatch’s Jim Thomas has heard it from two sources.

Sam Bradford would probably love to have somebody to throw to, but Jackson’s complete breakdown in communication with his current team has to be worrying to any team that considers acquiring him. At this point Terrell Owens would have been a much lower-risk acquisition.

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