Weekend Update and Draft Prep


Well Rams fans, we are just a few days away from Christmas in April, aka the NFL Draft. If you aren’t excited by now, I think it that should be changing before Thursday. This is going to be a big week here at Ramblin Fan, as I plan on giving you some of the best Rams draft coverage to be found on the net. Early in the week I plan on unveiling my official 2010 mock draft, and I also plan to look at a few more players and/or positions in more depth. Also, I’d like to hear from you guys this week. What do you want me to cover in the final days before the draft? Is there a specific player you want to know more about? DO you have any questions that I might be able to answer? If anyone has anything at all, hit up the comments section and I will be more than happy to cover it. Also, make sure to check the site frequently starting Thursday, as I will be covering the Rams pick-by-pick here and also on my Twitter page @Ramblinfan. This will be the place to be for Rams fans, so make sure to check it out.

Now for a bit of an update on a previous post, it seems that potential owner Stan Kroenke might have solved his cross-ownership problem. Reports have surfaced that Kroenke plans to transfer his Denver franchises to a family member in order to purchase full ownership in our beloved Rams. This isn’t a sure thing yet, but it looks like the league will allow this move, thus opening the door for Kroenke here in the NFL. I can’t say I’m overly shocked that Kroenke had a plan, because a man as smart as he is wouldn’t have exercised him right of refusal without knowing the rules and understanding how to get around them. I plan on focusing entirely on he draft this coming week, but I will definitely keep tabs on the ownership situation. That’s it for me today, so have a good Sunday and remember to come back this week for all the draft coverage.

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  • Shane

    Why has no one been talking about Ben Tate out of Auburn as a possible selection to backup Jackson? Tate had the second best numbers at the combine and put up great numbers in the SEC. Show him some love!

  • http://twitter.com/RamblinFan Justin Stine

    Shane I am absolutely on board with Tate. In my opinion we desperately need a backup to SJ39, and I think this draft is the place to get one. Tate is projected to go in rounds 2-3, and that might be a little early to take a player at the one position we don’t have a major hole at. If he falls to the third there might be a chance, but not in the second unless we trade down and get a few more picks.