2012 NFL Draft Rumors: Jeff Fisher Says Rams, Browns Could Still Be Trade Partners

The St. Louis Rams pulled off one of the biggest trades in NFL Draft history this year when they dealt the rights to the No. 2 overall pick to the Washington Redskins for three first round picks and a second round pick. But, according to Rams head coach Jeff Fisher, St. Louis may still not be done dealing.

Fisher said in a press conference on Wednesday morning that Cleveland Browns GM Mike Holmgren's insinuation that the Rams decided to pull the trigger on the deal with the Redskins because of a close relationship with Washington's front office wouldn't preclude the Rams from making a move with the Browns, calling the team a "potential trade partner with us."

Whether or not the Rams are seriously looking to move up from the No. 6 pick remains to be seen, but if so, they do have some extra draft choices to play with. It is thought that the Rams covet Oklahoma State Cowboys wide receiver Justin Blackmon, and that just may spurn another shake up of the draft board.

For updates, stay tuned to SB Nation St. Louis. For more in-depth Rams coverage, head over to Turf Show Times. For more on the 2012 NFL Draft, check out SB Nation's dedicated section and Mocking the Draft.


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