Hide your kids, hide your wife. The St. Louis Rams are BACK! You missed these guys, didn't you?
The NFL Draft is just three days away, and mock drafts are starting to become finalized. Who will the Rams take in this version?
St. Louis could add players at the safety and wide receiver positions with their two first-round picks, according to one mock draft.
St. Louis has two picks and is likely to upgrade their offense after losing key pieces this offseason.
The Rams have plenty of draft picks to play with in the early rounds, and SB Nation's latest mock has them adding much-needed pieces to the offense.
St. Louis has two first round picks in the NFL Draft and could be looking to add depth to their wide receiver and safety positions.
SB Nation's latest mock draft has the Rams taking Kenny Vaccaro and DeAndre Hopkins with their first round picks.
SB Nation's latest mock draft has the Rams making big upgrades at their skill positions, adding Tavon Austin and Eddie Lacy.
The Rams should add a talented player with the No. 16 pick in the draft, but there doesn't seem to be a consensus on who, or which side of the ball St. Louis will target.
The St. Louis Rams lack an explosive element to their offense. That might lead them to Tavon Austin, a versatile wide receiver who can work in motion, works great after the catch, and is a threat on kick returns.
St. Louis has a big decision to make with their free agent receivers, but an additional first round pick should help ease the burden. See which players are going to the Rams in this latest mock.
The St. Louis Rams have two first round picks in the 2013 NFL Draft, and though opinions vary, a couple of mock drafts see them going with a wide receiver.
The Rams need weapons, but don't want to channel their inner Matt Millen and start going crazy drafting wide receivers early in every draft. Still, former Cal star Keenan Allen could be a perfect fit.
The St. Louis Rams hold two first-round picks in the upcoming draft, so naturally mock drafts are all over the map on which players they will take.
Will the St. Louis Rams use both of their first-round picks to improve their offense in the 2013 NFL Draft?
Could 2013 finally be the year that the Rams go back to scoring points? Two early picks could help turn that around... or not.
CBS Sports' Rob Rang has Rams taking Warmack, Elam in latest mock draft.
If Chance Warmack, and offensive guard out of Alabama, is still available at pick No. 16, the Rams may take him in a heartbeat.
The Ravens' reward for winning the Super Bowl is the last pick in the draft, which is just fine with them. The Rams will select 16th.
St. Louis could see two of their top receivers leave in free agency. Could they continue to get younger at the position and use their top selection on a wideout?
The 2013 Pro Bowl is set for Sunday evening. Here's how you can watch, even though no Rams players were selected for the game this year.
St. Louis was snubbed in the replacement selections for Pro Bowl players, but plenty of Rams will participate in this game in the future.
With more teams using two-tight end sets, would St. Louis be wise to select a good-hands big man in the first round?
The resurgent Rams finished No. 25 in the NFL in points scored.
The Rams are in an enviable position with two first-round picks in the draft. Let's see what mock drafts have them doing.
The Rams have the luxury of two first-round picks in the 2013 draft. SB Nation projects them to select Alabama G Chance Warmack and California WR Keenan Allen.
St. Louis has two first-round picks this year. Could they use both on the offensive line and what players are they projected to target?
Alabama's big guard would help St. Louis immediately.
NFL Mock Drafts will continue to suggest otherwise, but it might be that the St. Louis Rams have enough young, up-and-coming wide receivers.
The latest CBSSports.com mock draft has the Rams going with offensive line and defense with their two first round picks.
Gregg Williams' son appears to have lost his job after some interesting play calling in key games late in the season.
The St. Louis Rams decided against naming Blake Williams, Gregg Williams's son and the unofficial coordinator after his exit, the permanent defensive coordinator.
If a couple of recent mock drafts are right, the St. Louis Rams will use their two first round picks in the 2013 NFL Draft on offensive linemen.
St. Louis was one tie from finishing at .500 for the first time since 2003.