Speaking to reporters at this week's NFL Annual Meeting, coach Jeff Fisher said there's nothing brewing on that front just yet.
"(We have) not really had any discussion with anybody," Fisher said, via ESPN.com, "but that doesn't mean to say we won't."
He's doing his best to pump up the draft stock of Jadeveon Clowney, though, telling reporters he's learned over the years that NFL teams can never have enough pass rushers.
"And I think not only us, but other teams that are in our situation," Fisher said, via the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, "are creative enough to find ways to get (Clowney) on the field and put him in position to make plays."
Fisher bristled at the notion that Clowney's disappointing production at South Carolina last season is a red flag for his NFL prospects.
"Not if you watch the games, it's not," Fisher continued. "Because the effort's there. You've got to give offenses credit, too."
If the Rams do hold onto the No. 2 pick, Fisher hinted that his front office will pass on Clemson wide receiver Sammy Watkins.
"I think with what we have on the roster right now, we can provide Sam (Bradford) with the talent to where we can win a lot of games," Fisher explained. "We're expecting improvement (from the wide receiver corps)."
NFL Media's "Mock Draft Central" projects St. Louis to pull the trigger on an offensive tackle such as Auburn's Greg Robinson or Texas A&M's Jake Matthews.