St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead executed his first NFL Draft for the Rams this season, but there will be a new staff supporting him next time around. Vice president of player personnel Mike Williams and two scouts -- Russ Bolinger and Brandon Schwab -- have been let go by the Rams, John Mancini has been demoted to assistant director of college scouting and two front office members that previously worked with Snead for the Atlanta Falcons have signed on in St. Louis, according to Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Ron Carthon -- who worked as a pro scout for the Falcons in 2008 -- has been hired as the new director of pro personnel, and Taylor Morton -- who also worked as a scout for the Falcons -- has been named the new director of college scouting. Things are changing rapidly in St. Louis as Snead and head coach Jeff Fisher put their stamp on the organization, and hopefully they are building a solid foundation for sustainable success that starts with scouting and pro personnel and flows onto the NFL field and into the win column.
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