In a search for a new head coach and General Manager the St. Louis Rams looking pretty much everywhere, and according to ESPN's Adam Schefter via Twitter the Rams are now asking permission to speak with Philadelphia Eagles director of player personnel Ryan Grigso.
CBSSports.com's NFL Draft Blog written by Rob Rang says this about Grigso, who used to work for the Rams:
"(Grigso) fits the mold Rams owner Stan Kroenke said he envisioned as a young, up-and-coming evaluator to pair with a veteran coach.
"His time with the Rams overlapped with Bears coach Lovie Smith and Grigson fondly recalled working to find the kind of defensive players Smith, then defensive coordinator for the Rams, was after -- guys who could run and guys who could create turnovers."
On Thursday, it was reported that the St. Louis brass also asked permission to speak with the Eric DeCosta, who's the director of player personnel of the Baltimore Ravens.
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