New Rams head coach Jeff Fisher on Friday confirmed rumors that the team would listen to offers for the second overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft, but he added that the club had no intention of trading QB Sam Bradford.
"Certainly it will define the immediate, and hopefully, the long-term future of this franchise," Fisher said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "We have a lot of options, and we're going to be prepared what to do with (the pick)."
When asked whether the Rams might consider dealing Bradford, who slumped badly last season after being voted NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2010, Fisher said, "That wouldn't be an option, no."
The way we see it
With a number of teams salivating over QBs Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, the Rams could demand — and get — a treasure trove of draft choices, which they could use to address a number of their many needs.