Ed "Pi Double i" Henderson
Just days before the 2018 NFL Draft last season, the Los Angeles Rams pulled off of a trade with the New England Patriots by sending their 30th overall pick for wide-receiver Brandin Cooks. It was a no brainer of a trade, where the Rams were in desperate need for a deep threat wideout, and the no player in the draft was worth taking in the first round.
The Rams gained the most from Cooks at he put another yet another season of over 1,000 yards, and 1,200 for the season. Cooks would contribute to help the Rams make it to the Super Bowl to only lose to his former team.
The Seattle Seahawks have announced that they will be seeking at least a first-round selection for their beast of a pass rusher Frank Clark. Will the Rams entertain that thought for the second season in a row, or stick to their script and use their 31st overall selection for a run-stuffing defensive tackle or safety.
They definitely will consider the thought but, we will find it very hard to believe that Seattle's Seahawk head coach Peter Carroll would allow the trade within the NFC West division. However, we have seen stranger scenarios before in this league, anything is possible.