|Bradford won't be playing anywhere other than St. Louis. (Getty Images)|
INDIANAPOLIS -- As we noted in Thursday's "Winners and Losers" edition from the NFL combine, the Rams are sitting pretty with the No. 2 pick in the draft and the stock of Robert Griffin III growning as quickly as his measured height (RG3's added 3/8th of an inch since college!).
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They're likely to make a move at some point, with one of the Dolphins, Redskins or Browns making sense as a trading partner.
"We have options," Jeff Fisher said Friday at the combine. "There's the option to stay there and take the best player or listen to whoever's willing to talk."
Just don't expect them to do anything too crazy. Like, say, trade quarterback Sam Bradford.
"That wouldn't be an option," Fisher said when asked specifically about moving his current quarterback.
There's an argument that dealing Bradford would actually make sense, particularly if Robert Griffin III is as good as everyone thinks. (He is.) But Fisher's sticking with the guy he knows.
And he might bring in more familiar figures as well, noting that the Rams have had talks about bringing in Albert Haynesworth, who played for Fisher when he coached the Titans.
"There's some unrestricted free agents out there, now, that are not under contract that we are talking about" Fisher said when asked about a Haynesworth reunion. "He's one of them. Whether we go ahead and do something remains to be seen."
Haynesworth isn't the only fascinating football figure currently an unrestricted free agent. USTREAM star Randy Moss is out there as well. And Fisher not only didn't close the door on possibly bringing Moss to St. Louis either.
"You guys know my familiarity with Randy," Fisher said. "I thought he was good for the locker room."
Hmm. Perhaps we shouldn't be throwing around the phrase "nothing too crazy" after all.
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