Les Snead: Rams have 'high-class problem' at No. 2


Les Snead is feeling good with two days to go before the 2014 NFL Draft.

This makes sense. The St. Louis Rams general manager is the owner of coveted real estate: the No. 2 overall pick.

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"At two this year, it's a nice place to be," Snead said Tuesday on NFL Network's "NFL AM." "It's a high-class problem."

The Rams are a wild card, and Snead doesn't mind the football world thinking that. Our own Gregg Rosenthal contends that St. Louis has dropped a thick smokescreen regarding Johnny Manziel.

Snead was predictably tight-lipped Tuesday, though he did allow that Houston's decision-making with the first pick will have a direct correlation with the direction St. Louis moves.

"Here's what I can tell you: If they take (Jadeveon) Clowney, we do have probably a couple players we can take and we will also weigh a little bit some trade possibilities," Snead said. "And I think it's hey, you put them on a scale, this player, is a trade possibility. No? He weighs more so let's take him."

"There's a lot of good players there, and you could make a couple of choices or three and be right."

This is a big draft for Snead, who might not survive if the Rams don't take significant strides in 2014.

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